Only 7 games remain for regular season! Top things to know for Phillies-Orioles series (9/20-22)

September 19th, 2021

The Phillies return to Citizens Bank Park to host the Baltimore Orioles for a three-game series on September 20-22. Here’s a look at some of the game highlights and promotions featured at the ballpark.

  1. Kick off the week with Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night at the 7:05 p.m. game on Monday, September 20. Plus, Philadelphia Eagles’ Miles Sanders and Milton Williams to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

• Also happening, several 2021 Phillies awards will be presented on-field and virtually on PhanaVision:
• The 16th Annual MLBPAA Heart & Hustle Award will be presented to infielder Ronald Torreyes virtually on PhanaVision.
• The Paul Owens Awards will be presented to position player Bryson Stott and pitcher Jean Cabrera.
• The Dallas Green Award will be presented to Darrell Conner, Phillies national scouting coordinator.
• The John Vukovich Award will be presented to Orlando Munoz, DSL Phillies White manager.
• It’s also the sixth annual Red Goes Greek Night, with game tickets available at a special buy one get one free rate in select locations through this event.

  1. Temple Health to provide free ‘Back to School’ COVID-19 vaccinations on Tuesday, September 21, at the 7:05 p.m. game.

• Fans will be able to receive the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine (12 and older) at the Suite Patio. Fans that take part will receive two free tickets to a 2022 Phillies game, a concession credit for a free hot dog and soda, and giveaway. Plus, fans who get their back-to-school vaccinations that night will have the chance to meet Temple University’s Hooter the Owl, who will also be receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with help from the Phillie Phanatic. For more information, visit

• In addition, Temple Lung Center will provide lung health risk assessments for fans on Citizens Bank Way. Temple Lung Center Director, Dr. Gerard Criner, accompanied by a patient, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch.

• Plus, the Phillies Charities, Inc. 50/50 drawing, presented by DraftKings, will benefit Temple University Health System.

  1. Cheer on local media in the Celebrity Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. at The Yard as part of PAL Night at the 7:05 p.m. game on Wednesday, September 22.

• In honor of PAL Night, a PAL officer will be honored as the Rothman Hometown Hero and change a base in the third inning; PAL kids will dance on the dugout with the Phanatic in the seventh inning.

• Plus, Philadelphia 76ers’ Jaden Springer will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

  1. A Bryce Harper street banner, Aaron Nola game-used hat, J.T. Realmuto mitt, team-signed memorabilia, and many more autographed items are up for bid in the final Phillies Charities, Inc. Auction of 2021. The auction is now available via the MLB Ballpark App (iOS and Android devices only) and closes on Monday, September 27.

Other need-to-know information:

Health and Safety Guidelines: In accordance with the City of Philadelphia, the Phillies have reimplemented indoor mask mandates, regardless of vaccination status, for indoor spaces including the Diamond Club (except while actively eating or drinking), New Era Phillies Team Store, ’47 Alley Store, elevators, and restrooms. Fans who are unvaccinated are strongly encouraged to continue wearing masks at all times when attending a game at Citizens Bank Park.

Pre-paid Parking: Fans driving to Citizens Bank Park are encouraged to order a pre-paid parking pass at Tailgating lots (M & N) will open 5 hours prior to first pitch and non-tailgating lots will open 3 hours prior.

Mobile Ticketing: Access your tickets in the free MLB Ballpark app before coming to the game. Apple users are strongly encouraged to add their tickets to the Apple Wallet. If you purchased tickets with the same email address used to log in to the Ballpark app, your tickets will automatically appear in the “Tickets Tab.” Once at Citizens Bank Park, connect to “FreePhilliesWiFi” to allow for a better experience. Have your ticket ready on your phone before going through the metal detectors.

Broadcast: All games will be broadcast on NBCSP, 94 WIP and WTTM 1680, as well as available via live stream for authenticated subscribers on NBC Sports Philadelphia’s MyTeams app.

Gate Openings: All gates open 90 minutes prior to game time.

Fandom: Fans can stay informed by following @PhilliesCBP on Twitter and liking the official Citizens Bank Park Facebook page. Fans can also follow @Phillies on social media.

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