Occasionally, dedication, grit and hard work can bear fruit to victory, even if takes almost an entire century, the sacrifice and hopes of generations of players. Playing in Citizens Bank Park, the Philadelphia Phillies are the oldest team in Major League Baseball, remaining in Philadelphia since their genesis in 1883. This recent upswing in the the team’s fortune has made finding Philadelphia Phillies parking spaces at game time tough - it is advisable to book Phillies parking spots in advance.
Citizens Bank Park is the fifth venue that the Phillies have called home, opening for business in April of 2004. The stadium seems to lean toward hitters rather than pitchers, enough that the left-field wall had to be moved back. In addition to baseball games, the arena also hosts concerts, so it is best to book Citizens Bank Park parking spaces in advance with ParkWhiz.
Waiting is tiresome to almost everyone, but especially baseball fans. Some aficionados of the Phillies had to wait their whole lives (or longer) for the team to reach the World Series. They won an NL pennant in 1915, but didn’t win their second until 35 years later. Then their third didn’t come until 1980, but it was then that the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series for the first time in franchise history--a wait of 97 years. Luckily, for young fans, it didn’t take as long for a second serving, as the Phillies won the World Series again in 2008, in addition to NL Pennants in 1983 and 1993. Unlike some teams where the glory years were in the distant past, the Phillies are experiencing their golden age right now. However, World Series or not, their record of losing 10,000 games in franchise history by 2007 will stick by them forever. Finding Philadelphia Phillies parking can be difficult, so booking Phillies baseball parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz is the best solution.
ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Philadelphia Phillies baseball parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once that’s done, you can sit back and enjoy the game, rather than trying to find parking at Citizens Bank Park as the National Anthem begins to play.