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Meet Up With PhoulBallz and Dan Baker

Phans, this Thursday, you can come on out to Chickie's & Pete's in Bordentown, NJ and experience a fun night of baseball, even though the Phillies will be on the road.

With the Phils away for a series in New York, Citizens Bank Park public address announcer Dan Baker will be in the house at Chickie's & Pete's to make the calls, just as though he was working at the ball park. The event will of course feature the divisional rivalry of the Phillies & Metropolitans and Dan Baker, as well as Dan's Phillies trivia and prizes between innings. But, that's not all....

Come on out and join the PhoulBallz.com party and meet yours truly as well as some other special Phillies blogger guests. The nearly famous Tug Haines from TheFightins.com will be in the house. Plus, Chris, the man in charge at Long Drive will be present. The mysterious men (Shep & Gil) of The701Level are expected to make their first public appearances. And some of your favorite Philly sports Twitter heads, like occasional blog contributor BigStevie, will be there too. So, phriends, come on out to meet Dan Baker, play some trivia, root-root-root for the Phillies, give Chickie's & Pete's of Bordentown's resident Mets fan bar tender a hard time and TWEET UP with your favorite Philadelphia sports bloggers.

Happy hour is from 5-7 and features discounted nachos, crab fries and pizza as well as $1 domestic beers. Also, Bud & Bud Light beer specials stay in effect during the game.

We'll see you there!!

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Comments

Gonzo Undead said…
Shep and Gil are the hradist coor blawggers Philly has ever scene.
Jay Floyd said…
haRD korrs! No DOWT!

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