Citizens Bank Park
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Home of the minor league team ... our Iron Pigs. Fireworks each Friday night game.
Great spot for a baseball game. Be sure to get Chickie's & Pete's crab fries at the game!
Go to a Phillies Game! Best experience is a sunset game to watch the sunset over the ballpark with a city skyline view!!
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