Andres Blanco makes numerous appearances throughout the year, including visits to schools and organizations in Philadelphia's Latino community.
The Phillies players are proud of the positive work that they are doing to give back to the community.
Among other things, players take part in special meet and greets pregame, visit with patients at local children's hospitals and make appearances at schools throughout the Delaware Valley.
Larry Bowa supports animal adoption and has been an avid supporter of fundraising efforts for the Pennsylvania SPCA.
Jerad Eickhoff supports breast cancer awareness and research efforts and has visited patients at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. A member of the guest judging panel for Major League Baseball's Honorary Bat Girl initiative, Eickhoff also met with the Phillies' 2017 Honorary Bat Girl pregame.
Rhys Hoskins and girlfriend Jayme hosted a group from MDA Philadelphia, a cause near and dear to their hearts, prior to a game.
Tommy Joseph honors local veterans, military and their families by meeting with groups before games.
Pete Mackanin donates his time by participating in Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic & Luncheon for Women events and has visited patients at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. Over the past two offseasons, Mackanin helped honor community heroes at the Phillies Charities, Inc. holiday giving party.
Mickey Morandini works with Philabundance to bring awareness to the annual Phans Feeding Families campaign to alleviate hunger.
Aaron Nola has been active in personally contributing to the Louisiana Flood Relief Fund.
Cameron was recognized as the Phillies' 2017 nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. The award goes to a player from each MLB club who best represents the game of baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field.
Rupp hosted the "Big League Impact Fantasy Football Challenge" on August 29 to support local Philadelphia charities.
On Thursday, July 27, Rupp hosted Ruppapalooza at the Pier, a benefit for the Pennsylvania SPCA. The event featured Phillies celebrity bartenders, an appearance by the Phillie Phanatic, adoptable dogs, raffles, games, music and more.
Juan Samuel supports KinderVision's The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program, which educates children and teens to prevent victimization, exploitation, abduction and human trafficking.
Nick Williams participated in Baseball 101 for Women, sharing stories about his rise to the majors.