R-Phils Give Fans Chance to Etch Their Name in Bricks

Fans can now add their personalized brick to the new Hall of Fame Courtyard.

By Reading Phillies | January 27, 2011 6:46 AM ET

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(Reading, PA) - The Reading Phillies, the Double-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies since 1967, are pleased to announce that commemorative personalized bricks outside the newly renovated FirstEnergy Stadium, are now available for purchase to the general public, after initially going on-sale at the 2011 Phillies Winter Banquet. 

"The $10 Million Renovations have given us the ability to add some great fan-friendly features to our ballpark," said R-Phils GM Scott Hunsicker. "This is a great way for fans to become a permanent part of America's Classic Ballpark. R-Phils fans can use the personalized bricks to celebrate special events, memorialize loved ones, or simply show their R-Phils pride."

The personalized bricks will be installed outside of the brand-new Hall of Fame Courtyard at FirstEnergy Stadium -- a spot, which is four times as large as the previous entrance area. R-Phils fans can now have the chance to recognize their family and friends through lasting tributes engraved directly onto the bricks of the plaza at America's Classic Ballpark. The Hall of Fame Courtyard will include 8"x16" polished granite markers of all the Reading Baseball Hall of Famers, as well as all of the Kings and Queens of Baseballtown, and all of the retired numbers in Reading baseball history. 

For $125, Reading Phillies fans can get their own personalized message on a 4x8-inch brick, and that brick will become part of America's Classic Ballpark. The R-Phils are offering fans interested in purchasing more than one brick, a great deal. Any fan that purchases more than one brick will get the additional bricks for just $100 each. Also, all R-Phils season ticket-holders interested in purchasing a brick, will receive a special price of $100. 

Bricks can be ordered by calling 610-370-BALL, or online at readingphillies.com. Be a part of America's Classic Ballpark forever!

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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