Philadelphia Phillies is the name of a team that plays baseball on a professional level. They play in the
Major League of the game. Since the history of American sports since 1883, they have been one of the rare teams that had
only one name, one franchise and they had been a continuous institution. The Philadelphia Phillies has a membership
with Eastern Division of the National League of Baseball's Major League.
The home of Philadelphia Phillies is the Park of Citizens Bank that is situated in the southern section of
Philadelphia city. They have been the champions of the
World Series twice. The first time they won was against the
Kansas City, which was in the year of 1980, and then in 2008 they won the title by defeating
Tampa Bay. Philadelphia
Phillies have also won the pennants of the National League seven times since the year of 1915.
It was in the year of 1883 that the franchise was established in the city of Philadelphia. Philadelphia Phillies were
founded as a replacement to a Worcester team. There are a number of important stadiums where Philadelphia Phillies
have played including Recreation Park, Baker Ball, the Stadium of Connie Mack that was previously called Shibe Park
and many more.