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  • New Hats to debut for 2017 season

    The Reading Fightin Phils have announced three new hats their players and coaches will wear for the 2017 season. The hats represent the history of America's Classic Ballpark. MORE »
  • Myers leads 2017 Reading Baseball Hall of Fame Class

    The Fightin Phils are excited to announce former Reading Phillies standouts Brett Myers and Mike Spidale, along with Wyomissing, PA native and former major leaguer Rich DeLucia will be inducted into the Reading Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, August 15th at 7:05 p.m. thanks to Penn State Health St. Joseph, 830 AM WEEU and 69 News Berks Edition. MORE »
  • Fightin Phils will become "Reading Whoopies" on August 7th

    The Reading Fightin Phils will be celebrating a traditional dessert of their region this season in their 16th Annual Morning Game on Monday, August 7th at 9:35 a.m. by wearing custom-made uniforms that resemble Whoopie Pies. The team will effectively switch their name for one day, and play as the Reading Whoopies vs. the Akron Rubber Ducks. MORE »
  • Celebrate Your Faith Nights return with Christian Rock Band Boundaries

    The Fightin Phils have announced "Celebrate Your Faith" nights are returning to America's Classic Ballpark for its 15th consecutive season. Christian Rock Band Boundaries will be performing post-game at all three scheduled "Celebrate Your Faith" nights this season presented by the Berks Conference of Churches and 69 WFMZ-TV. "Celebrate Your Faith" nights will be held on Sunday, June 25th at 5:05 p.m., Thursday, July 13th at 7:05 p.m., and Thursday, August 24th at 7:05 p.m. MORE »
  • Help Quack not be a "Lame Duck" vs. RubberDucks

    February 6th is known as "Lame Duck Day" and Quack, the Fightins Rubber Ducky, needs your help to not be labeled a "Lame Duck". Quack, the lead vocalist and guitar player for the Fightin Phils Mascot Band, needs the fans support when the Fightin Phils play the Akron RubberDucks from Monday, April 17th through Wednesday, April 19th. MORE »
  • Tent Sale, Job Fair and Ticketpalooza set for Sat, Feb. 25th

    The Reading Fightin Phils will be hosting their annual job fair for game-day staffing on Saturday, February 25th at FirstEnergy Stadium. New prospective employees are welcome to interview for open positions from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. MORE »
  • America's Classic Ballpark Long-Sleeve Tee on Opening Night

    The Reading Fightin Phils are kicking off their 51st season affiliated with the Philadelphia Phillies by issuing an America's Classic Ballpark Long-Sleeve T-shirt for the first 3,000 adults thanks to Penn State Health St. Joseph, Feesers and Commonwealth Charter Academy. MORE »
  • Fightin Phils Introduce New America's Classic Ballpark Logo

    The Reading Fightin Phils are introducing a new America's Classic Ballpark Logo for the 2017 season. The new logo focuses on paying tribute to the Fightin Phils historical stadium. The America's Classic Ballpark logo was created by Jason Klein and Casey White of Brandiose. MORE »
  • Playground to come to Field of Dreams Complex

    IM ABLE Foundation and Baseball Charities have announced a partnership to build an adaptive playground at the new Savage 61 Field of Dreams Complex in Berks County. MORE »
  • Greg Legg returns as manager, field staff announced

    Greg Legg will make his return to Reading to begin his second tenure as manager in 2017 as announced by Joe Jordan, Philadelphia Phillies Director, Player Development. Legg will be joined by hitting coach John Mizerock, pitching coach Steve Schrenk and athletic trainer Mickey Kozack. MORE »
  • Mike Sarbaugh to be crowned 2017 King of Baseballtown

    Mike Sarbaugh, current third-base coach for the 2016 American League Champion Cleveland Indians, will be crowned the 2017 King of Baseballtown at the ALL NEW Phillies Caravan on Tuesday, January 17th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Special guests from the Phillies organization are expected to be announced at a later date. MORE »
  • Phils' Cozens reacts to Bauman Award win

    Dylan Cozens reacts to receiving the Joe Bauman Award on Monday at the Baseball Winter Meetings in National Harbor, Maryland MORE »
  • Fightins Donate $3,073 to Local Schools

    As part of the Capital BlueCross "Live Fearless" Outstanding Student program, the Reading Fightin Phils have donated $3,073 to participating schools in the club's surrounding community. Schools will be able to support students and contribute to the educational process with the funds donated through the program. MORE »
  • Pignetti Promoted to Chief Director of Business Development

    The Reading Fightin Phils proudly announce the promotion of Anthony Pignetti to Chief Director of Business Development. The title of Chief Director expands a leadership role for Pignetti. MORE »
  • On This Veteran's Day

    For those interested in the Ceremonial Flag, please contact the Reading Fightin Phils at 610-370-BALL. MORE »
  • Fightin Phils Announce Staff Changes for 2017

    The Reading Fightin Phils have announced several new hires that are effective immediately. Fightin Phils General Manager Scott Hunsicker made the announcements. MORE »
  • Savage 61 RAM Club Box Seats

    The Reading Fightin Phils are rolling out the red carpet once again for fans beginning in 2017 with the ALL NEW Savage 61 RAM Club Box Seats. The Savage 61 RAM Club Box Seats feature the same quality waitress service, and same delicious menu, as the Savage 61 Dugout Suite. MORE »
  • Dream League Field comes to Berks County

    Baseballtown Charities' Dream League, a non-profit organization based in Reading, Pa., raised more than $650,000 towards building Berks County's first baseball field for special needs players at their kick off Diamonds and Dreams Dinner Under the Stars event hosted by the Reading Fightin Phils at FirstEnergy Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016. MORE »
  • 2017 Season Tickets Are Now On Sale

    Secure the best seats in the stadium to see the Phillies Top Prospects against the Eastern League MORE »