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Phillies in the Community
Nine-year-old L.J. McKnight brought Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins to his school on June 10.
On June 8, more than 500 fans joined first baseman Rhys Hoskins and his teammates Andrew Knapp and Jake Arrieta on a 1.5 mile walk around the Navy Yard to help kids and adults with muscular dystrophy.
The Phillies hosted a Play Ball Clinic at FDR Park on May 18 with Jimmy Rollins, Gary Matthews, Sean Rodriguez, Phil Gosselin and the Phanatic.
Hector Neris, Phillies coaches, broadcasters and more take part in the sold-out Phillies Baseball 101 for Women before the game on May 17.
Adam Morgan joined The Hartford and the Philadelphia Fire Department at William Loesche School, for a hands-on fire safety day for children in kindergarten through third grade on May 15.
The Phillies joined a local school in giving a beloved music teacher "All-Star" the surprise of his life on Friday, May 2, before that night's game against the Nationals.
Aaron Nola, Bryce Harper, Vince Velasquez and his Phillies teammates "Get in the Game" to support Philadelphia Futures' students at a celebrity bowling event.
On April 19, the Phillies front office members participated in their annual Earth Day cleanup at FDR Park.
On March 27, the Phillies hosted the first Pep Rally of the season at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.
The Phillies surprised students at the Community Academy of Philadelphia, recognizing them for being top performers in their reading program.
The Phillies hosted lunch with the Phanatic at the Nemours Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children featuring players and Papa John's Pizza.
The Phillies partnered with MLB, ESPN and X Games on January 23 to support the Shred Hate Initiative at Hopkinson Elementary School.
The Phillies top minor league talent came to Citizens Bank Park to experience life in the major leagues - and teamed up with Kisses for Kyle on Jan. 15 to host a major league party for six brave children and their families.
On Dec. 17, the community members at Bethesda Project's Our Brothers' Place were visited by the Phillies family as part of the Phillies #SeasonofGiving. Phillies front office members prepared and donated food, and served a traditional holiday dinner.