Ballgirl’s Favorite Phillies Fan’s Outfits
Being that we just had the last home game of the season and Fan
Appreciation night, we though it might be fun to reflect on some of
our favorite fan outfits at the ballpark. What are some of your
favorites? Have you, yourself ever dressed up? We had so much fun
searching for pictures and recollecting on meeting some of you at the
park when we couldn’t help but stop to compliment your outfits. We
can’t wait to see what you come up with for playoffs!
I love how creative this Phillies Phan was during some of the
interesting weather we sometimes experience at Citizens Bank Park!
I was SO excited to see the “rally towel lady” the other night at our
last game of the regular season, and first game of the season with
RALLY TOWELS! I remember seeing the rally towel lady all the time
during postseason last year, and seeing her this year got me so
excited for Postseason 2011! She is definitely one of the most unique
fans I’ve seen at the stadium so far and I’m hoping to see some
serious creative competition coming up in our first Postseason series!
One of my favorite Phillies fans is the woman who dresses up like a
rally towel. I love her spirit as she walks around the concourse! Gets
me pumped up every time I see her.
These kids are not only dedicated Phanatic fans, but they are without a doubt the most adorable thing at the games….
I have trouble believing this girl is the only jealous girlfriend…
Phillies fans extend their team spirit to their pets!
Being a ballgirl, we often see things at the stadium that some fans do
not, simply by being at the games. I don’t know if these girls have
made it on television, but their costumes are pretty clever, so I had
to include them. Look out “Doc’s Patients” … “Stutes’ Fruits” are
at the Bank!
Maureen: I’m picking “Stutes’ Fruits” too!
There are sooo many fans that have some great ideas. But I think my
favorite is when I see little babies dressed up in their finest
Phillies gear! I also love seeing the Doc’s Patients on the rooftop..
mostly because I went to West Chester University with some of them