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The place to be. Regardless of how the team performs on the field, Citizens Bank Park is still a top destination for families and fans. Beyond the field. Metro breaks down all the new food and other fan perks for this season. (There’s a cheesesteak hot dog!) PAGE 02

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Phoebe Phanatic arrives with cupcakes to much fanfare at Citizens Bank Park’s season preview on Monday. / CHARLES MOSTOLLER, METRO


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Marlon Byrd and A.J. Burnett aren’t the only new things at Citizens Bank this year. We visited the ballpark and highlighted some of the new eats and treats for Phillies fans at the stadium this 2014 season.

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“This grant has the potential to improve Philadelphia’s economy and help to transform this neighborhood. Transforming our neighborhoods is the first step toward a growing economy and job creation.”

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Phillies bring the bacon Gone are the days when going to the ballpark meant a hot dog, soda or Cracker Jacks. And that isn’t a bad thing. The Phillies and Aramark unveiled some of the delicious new dishes available to fans at Citizens Bank Park this year, and some of them look (and taste) like they’re straight out of a gourmet restaurant on Rittenhouse Square. “It’s a very exciting year for us,” said Jeremy Campbell, concessions manager for Aramark at CBP. “This year we took a different approach: fans first.” One interesting feature in the ballpark will be the deli pastrami sandwich. “This is an actual labor of love,” Campbell said. “It’s a five-day cooking process, all in-house. It’s absolutely amazing. It’s a sandwich that is just as good, if not better than a deli pastrami sandwich.”

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Opening day in Philadelphia is April 7, but the celebration will last for more than a week as Citizens Bank Park and the Phillies prepare for a new season. On opening night against the Brewers at 3:05 p.m., the Phillies will give away an opening night banner showing a bird’s-eye view of the ball-

Fans can get rewarded just for being fans

The Phillies and Citizens Bank will join forces to reward fans in 2014. Every time, on a special selected day, (businessperson specials and others), fans can earn 10 percent off on purchases in the stadium and, if they buy tickets online, can buy one get

park. At the next game, the Phillies will give away an opening night T-shirt. And the day after that, the giveaway will be a schedule magnet. On the first Sunday game, April 13 against the Marlins at 1:35 p.m., the Phils will give away a commemorative baseball that shows images of some of the best Phillies moments of the last 10

one free. This is only available when using a Citizens Bank credit or debit card. The Phillies are setting up the “Phanatical Rewards Program,” a way for fans to earn prizes for the social activity they already do. After earning points for participating in Phillies social media, fans can redeem them for Phillies items, unique experiences and discounts.

The Phanatic is everywhere this year The best mascot in all of sports will be all over the ballpark this season, starting with Phanatic Fun Glasses. Kids and adult Phanatic fans alike can pick up a pair during his birthday celebration on May 18, or in the Majestic Clubhouse Store all season long. The Phillies are also excited to continue the

As the Phillies enter their 11th season at Citizens Bank Park, the team will look back at the best moments from 2004-2013. “What were the top moments? The easiest way was to ask our fans, and we did,” said Michael Harris, director of market-

years. Other highlights include Chase Utley and Ryan Howard bobblehead nights later in the season.

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The Phillies will also bring back the 50/50 raffle ticket, with half the proceeds going to Phillies charities. Last season, one jackpot was more than $73,000. The team announced it will have Alumni Saturdays, with special guests making the rounds at the stadium.

A girl wears a Phanatic mask. / ALL PHOTOS BY CHARLES MOSTOLLER, METRO

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Philly Cheesesteak dog: With or without onions (at the new Philly Frank and Stein Stand, Section 134)

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Summer Dog: Topped with cucumbers, pickled onion salsa and ancho pepper sauce (Section 134)

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Deli Pastrami: House smoked pastrami with Russian dressing and slaw

Is there a better place for a kid’s birthday party than the ballpark on a warm summer night? The Phillies are making it easy this year, doing all the planning and arranging a unique experience for kids and fans alike. Pizza, cupcakes and Phoebe Phanatic, (the No. 1 mascot’s mother), highlight the celebrations, held every Saturday and Sunday during the season. Kids can pose for photos on the Phanatics four-wheeler and get their names and ages posted on the Jumbotron during the fifth inning. The new, completely revamped Ladies and Kids store is another place to get new threads, boasting gear for the whole family.

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Phanatic Bobble of the month. A limited edition Phillies Phanatic bobblehead will be unveiled, along with a book from the Phanatic Books series each month this season. And finally, the Phils and Under Armour have joined forces to offer fans the entire Under Armour line, in with team colors and logos of course, at Citizens Bank Park.

(New Alley Brewing Company, Section 147)

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Prince Edward Island Mussels: With shallots, bacon and a craft beer ale sauce, served with a grilled baguette (Harry the K’s)

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Around and around and around we go Gabrielle Tirendi, 7, rides the carousel — despite nearly freezing weather the first week of spring — at Franklin Square park in Old City on Monday. The carousel opened for the season on March 1, and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. / CHARLES MOSTOLLER, METRO

Spring snowfall is forecast in Delaware Valley More snow?! The Philadelphia area hasn’t seen just yet the last of winter. A spring snowstorm will hit the area Tuesday, bringing with it strong winds, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly (NWS). With an 80 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day, NWS is calling for an inch or more of wet snow to fall in Philadelphia on Tuesday. The snow should begin falling sometime after 11 a.m. Tuesday. Less than

an inch is expected during the day, but about an inch could fall at night. “Temperatures Tuesday night will fall below freezing, and slick spots on untreated roadways and walkways would develop,” according to an NWS briefing report. A high of 38 is forecast for Tuesday, when southeast winds are expected at 7 mph during the day. The wind would pick up at night, when it will come from the northeast at 10 to 14 mph. Sustained northwest winds of 16 to 25 mph are expected Wednesday, with gusts of up to 37 mph.

NWS forecasts a more seasonable high of 48 degrees for Thursday.

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Search. Hundreds still missing after deadly Washington mudslide As many as 108 people were listed as missing two days after a mudslide hit dozens of homes and killed at least eight people in Washington state, but many individuals still unaccounted for are ultimately expected to turn up safe, authorities said on Monday. Still, emergency

management officials expressed doubt that anyone else would be plucked alive from the muck and debris, and concern lingered about flooding from water backing up behind a crude dam of mud and rubble dumped into a river by Saturday’s slide.

No survivors. All people aboard Flight MH370 are presumed dead, airline oďŹƒcials said.

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A review commissioned by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie into a traffic scandal apparently orchestrated by top staffers in his administration has found the possible Republican presidential contender

had nothing to do with the scheme, the New York Times reported Monday. After two months, 70 interviews and more than $1 million in legal fees paid by New Jersey taxpayers, the review is complete and has found no evidence Christie was involved with planning or directing the lane closures. REUTERS

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Malaysia said on Monday that a missing jetliner had crashed into the Indian Ocean, an announcement that was greeted with hysteria by Chinese relatives of those on board and a demand by China that Kuala Lumpur share all the evidence it had on the incident. Citing groundbreaking satellite-data analysis by the British company Inmarsat, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said that Flight MH370 crashed thousands of miles away in the southern Indian Ocean. His statement may go some way toward tamp-

ing down some of the more fevered speculation about the plane’s fate, including one theory some grief-stricken relatives had seized on: that the plane had been hijacked and forced to land somewhere. Najib’s announcement opens the way for what could be one of the most costly and challenging air crash investigations in history. The launch of an official air crash investigation would give Malaysia power to coordinate and sift evidence, but it may still face critics, especially in China. REUTERS

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Acknowledging defeat. Ukraine pulls troops from Crimea Ukrainian troops and their families began evacuating from Crimea on Monday, as Kiev effectively acknowledged defeat by Russian forces who stormed one of the last of their remaining bases on the peninsula. Thousands of Ukrainian troops have been besieged on bases in Crimea, offering no armed resistance but refusing to surrender, since President Vladimir Putin declared Moscow’s right to intervene at the start of the month.

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On Monday, Kiev’s leadership announced Ukrainian forces were being pulled out to spare them and their families further Russian threats. A few hours later many were already on their way out.

Obama, G7 leaders meet without Russia President Barack Obama conferred with major industrialized allies in the Group of Seven on Monday on how to pressure Russia over its seizure of Crimea. Obama, who has imposed tougher sanctions on Moscow than European leaders over its takeover of the Black Sea peninsula, sought backing for his firm line at a meeting deliberately called to exclude Russia. REUTERS

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Thirty-two hurt in train derailment at Chicago airport Thirty-two people were injured after a Chicago Transit Authority

train derailed and hit a platform at O’Hare International Airport on Monday, with its front car landing on an escalator and stairs, a city fire official said. It was not immediately clear how fast the

train was moving, but authorities were looking at speed as a possible factor, said transit authority spokesman Brian Steele. “It’s evident the train was going faster than it should,” he said at the scene. REUTERS

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GM sued over a fatal crash tied to ignition defect Oversight. The recall has prompted investigations by federal prosecutors and regulators. General Motors Co. has been hit with what is believed to be the first wrongful death lawsuit over ignition switch problems since it recalled 1.6 million vehicles in February. The lawsuit was filed late on Friday in Minnesota state court on behalf of three teenage girls who were severely injured or killed in a 2006 crash involving a 2005 Chevy Cobalt, one of the models GM recalled over ignition problems. GM announced the re-

call in February, despite learning of problems with the ignition switch in 2001 and issuing related service bulletins to dealers with suggested remedies in 2005. The lawsuit accuses GM of knowing about the defect for a decade but failing to take steps to fix the vehicles or get them off the roads. “GM hid this dangerous, life-threatening defect from my clients and all other Cobalt drivers for over a decade just to avoid the cost of a recall,” said a lawyer for the families, Robert Hilliard of Hilliard Munoz Gonzales, in a statement. “GM is guilty of betraying our trust.” A spokesman for GM, Jim Cain, said the company would respond to the lawsuit in due course. “Right

GM has apologized for how it handled the recall. / GETTY IMAGES

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now, our biggest focus is on getting these vehicles recalled as quickly as we can with as little inconvenience to customers as possible.” According to the lawsuit, the Chevy Cobalt’s ignition switch suddenly turned from the “run” to “accessory” position, causing the steering, breaking and airbag systems to lose power. The car’s driver, 19-year-old Megan Phillips, lost control of the car, which careened off the road and struck a telephone junction box and two trees, the lawsuit said. The crash killed Amy Rademaker, 15, and Natasha Weigel, 18, and caused Phillips to sustain severe injuries to her brain and body, according to the lawsuit. The surviving family members of Rademaker and Weigel, as well as Phillips, are each seeking more than $50,000, said Hilliard.

Bombing response is a world model Boston’s handling of the bombing attack on its marathon in April has become a model for cities around the world on how to respond to tragedy, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick said on Monday, as the city made its final preparations for this year’s race. “The chaos of those moments is hard to describe,” Patrick said of the minutes after two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Public officials, law enforcement agencies and medical workers acted seamlessly in their reaction to the attack, securing the scene and helping victims, while the city’s residents supported each other in the long aftermath, Patrick said. REUTERS / GETTY IMAGES

Beyond university

Ohio mumps outbreak up to 56 cases Some 56 cases of mumps have been reported in Ohio in an outbreak that started at Ohio State

University in Columbus but has spread to people without ties to the school — a “disturbing development,” say public health officials. Forty of those infected are Ohio State students, staff members or

people with close ties to the school’s campus, but the most recent cases have no connection to the university, said Jose Rodriguez, a spokesman for the Columbus health department. REUTERS

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Youngest Billionaires list revealed Rich kids. They don’t all work at Facebook or Google. Of the world’s 1,645 billionaires, the youngest isn’t a straight white man, as it has been traditionally. Nor is it someone who works at Facebook or Google. The world’s youngest billionaire is Perenna Kei, a Japanese woman who has a very large stake in Logan Property Holdings — and a sizable family trust fund. This is Kei’s first time making Forbes’ Youngest Billionaires list, which names the 31 billionaires under the age of 40. Also making the list are

Facebook head honchos Sean Parker and Mark Zuckerberg, of course, as well as WhatsApp founder Jan Korum. Zuckerberg has a net worth of $28.5 billion, proving that despite all the talk of Facebook fatigue the company is still going strong 10 years after its launch. Dropbox co-founder Drew Houston also made the list, owing to the massive success of his sixth startup. Thirteen of the 31 billionaires on the list are from the United States and mostly involved in technology or real estate. Outside of the U.S., there is Germany’s Albert von Thurn und Taxis, the 12th prince in his family and a real estate mogul. This bachelor lives in a castle in Bavaria. Thirtytwo-year-old Yang Huiyan

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is one of the few women on the list. She resides in China, where she oversees the real estate company Country Garden. In the Middle East is 33-yearold Fahd Hariri, son of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, who was assassinated in 2005. Hariri left Beirut after his father’s killing and lives in Saudi Arabia, where he works in real estate. Family money is, not surprisingly, a big factor in getting on the list, but as the startup moguls show sometimes it just takes good old fashioned hard work paired with one brilliant idea to lead an entrepreneur to a billion dollars. EMILY LAURENCE @EmLaurence

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Twitter feed Today, Carrie Underwood is an unsatisfied customer, Chloe Grace Moretz might be lonely and Mindy Kaling is feeling slighted. @carrieunderwood: Yeah... um...this is so weird. I, like, NEVER send anything back to the kitchen, but this coffee tastes like iPhone. @ChloeGMoretz: You know you stay up too late when everyone you know is asleep.. @mindykaling: I am taking it so personally ethnically that my whole foods no longer makes Indian food for the hot bar.

RIP: Oderus Urungus The satirical extraterrestrial band world lost one of its key members on Sunday when David Brockie (stage name Oderus Urungus), frontman for Gwar, was found dead in his Richmond home. Brockie co-founded Gwar — aka: “Earth’s only openly extraterrestrial rock band” — in the 1980s with fellow art students at Virginia Commonwealth University. They were nominated for a Grammy in 1993 and 1995.

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Mila Kunis has a heck of an engagement present for her new fiance, Ashton Kutcher: She’s pregnant. A source confirmed to E! Online that Kunis and Kutcher are expecting a baby. “This is something they both wanted,” an insider told Us Weekly. “They are both so happy.” In case you were worried that the child might be born to an inflexible mother, worry no more — Kunis has recently been spotted attending prenatal yoga classes.

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a source tells Radar Online. “Being alone has always been a fear of Miley’s, and she tried to pretend after the split with Liam [Hemsworth] that she enjoyed her newfound freedom, but the fact of the matter is that she’s painfully lonely. Being on tour helps a bit right now. … But the tour ends in June. Then what?” Oh, I don’t know. She’ll go on being super famous, hot, young and rich? That should help — right?

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No, Christian Slater wasn’t reluctant to do Lars Von Trier’s sex movie “Nymphomaniac.” “My fiancee was concerned,” he says, “because she’s not an actress and not remotely interested or involved in this profession. She’s never dated an actor before, so hearing about the project raised some red flags for her.” Then again, Slater was one of the few in the cast who didn’t have to do the naughty stuff. He plays the father of the lead character, Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg as an adult and Stacy Martin as a teen/young adult), a sex addict who relates her history of having sex with a stranger (Stellan Skarsgard). Slater keeps his

clothes on, save some hospital gown malfunctions later on. He still had reason to be scared. Von Trier has a reputation as an intimidating monster, one he himself has cultivated and fed to a hungry press. But despite Bjork vowing never to act again after “Dancer in the Dark” and Nicole Kidman running away from the sequel to “Dogville,” most actors have nothing but kind words for him. (Kidman has since said she’d work with him again.) Slater is no different. “I found him to be very gentle and wonderful,” he says. “The scenes that I had to do were very gentle scenes. We shot some of it in his backyard. We used the area of forest he used to play in when he was a kid. I think he felt very sentimental about it.” Slater’s material is atypically earnest and warm for Von Trier, and they add an important texture to a film that’s alternately comic and unpleasant (albeit not

to the extreme of, say, “Antichrist”). “I’m very happy that those scenes are in there. The movie needs that sensitive, softer side. You need to understand that this girl did have some kind of deep, intense, emotional background.” Slater has been getting good reviews for the film. Not that he could always foresee this on the shoot. “Quite honestly, I didn’t always know what we were doing,” he says. “[Von Trier] gave me no clear-cut direction how to communicate any of this stuff. I was making it up as I went along. He allowed improv moments. I think the thing he was most concerned about was slowing down — taking my time and not rushing through it.” The whole experience was a kind of rebirth. “It was very unusual,” he says. “I kind of had to retrain myself.”

these stories about what they shot, the sexuality, the prosthetic that Shia [LaBeouf] had to wear — these crazy, insane stories,” he recalls. “But what was funny to hear was when they shot the first sexual

encounter scenes, and then by the end they couldn’t have cared less; they got desensitized. ‘Oh, let’s just get naked again.’ [Laughs] But me, I would just shoot these sweet scenes with this 12-year-old girl.”

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BURT LANCASTER STRIPS DOWN IN â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;THE SWIMMERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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He comes out of nowhere, armed only with a pair of swim trunks. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an end-of-summer day somewhere in moneyed New England, and Ned (Burt Lancaster) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the mysterious semi-hero of the 1968 art film â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Swimmerâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; jumps into someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fancy pool. Luckily, he knows the owners, who werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t expecting him but are glad to see him after what seems like a long absence. Ned beams the boyish, bright-eyed, optimistic glee weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve seen in plenty of previous golden age Lancaster performances. But thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something off. His friends ask him where heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been and how heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s doing, but his answers are vague and dodgy. He seems faintly deluded, possibly crazy. He wants to spend the day â&#x20AC;&#x153;swimmingâ&#x20AC;? his way

home, hopping into every pool on his way back to his manse. As he goes, what seems idyllic gradually turns sour, then sad, then nightmarish. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Swimmerâ&#x20AC;? winds up in a strange, metaphorical place, more dream than reality â&#x20AC;&#x201D; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like a puzzle with a few missing pieces. Ned is literally stripped down to his essence, or a suit. (Lancaster was a running enthusiast, and at 55 he was in better shape than most of us were in our 20s.) The film concerns one manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gradual awakening to his irrelevance and failure. As it happens, the film is perched between a dying Hollywood system on the cusp of being redone. Filmed in 1966, the old puritanical Production Code was about to be wiped out. Even its star is

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Advice for the anxious traveler Guidebook. You can manage your fears with help from Rita Anya Nara. The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 can’t be reassuring to wary travelers as they tiptoe aboard airplanes these days. Rita Anya Nara knows how overwhelming the idea of travel can be for someone with anxiety. Even though she’s now been to 38 countries on all seven continents, the author of “The Anxious Traveler” still feels uneasy picking up her passport. “It’s really that uncertainty that creates stress and anxiety, just walking into the unexpected and not knowing what to do if something goes wrong,”

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Aries | March 21-April 20. Devote your energy to your goals, and you will be successful. Time will be wasted if you get caught up making comparisons.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Act quickly if an opportunity arises. The offer may be revoked if you are too slow to accept, and you could lose a chance to advance.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Maximize the positive energy that currently surrounds you. It’s likely that your current colleagues will play a key role.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Refuse to be bullied into something that you don’t agree with. Be flexible, and try to arrange a compromise.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. Consider the consequences before rushing into a situation. Make sure to take a long look at any proposition that comes your way.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Get involved with those who have similar ambitions. Extra help never hurts. A team effort will be beneficial.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. It’s fine to follow your dreams, but be honest. Don’t make any false promises if you want to continue to get the necessary help.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Keep abreast of what’s going on. Focus on collaborating. Consider the past before renewing contact with an old friend.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Don’t sell yourself short. Be proud of all you have experienced and accomplished. Expanding your social circle will provide you with new associations.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. While your professional profile may be strong, a personal relationship may weaken. Allot some time to take care of connections you deem important.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Romance is highlighted. Take a chance and get involved in a project that interests you. A sudden change of plans will take you by surprise.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. You shouldn’t assume that everyone is as honest as you are. Do your homework before accepting a tempting offer. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Hobby Lobby should be consistent RE: “US contraception case, a question of corporate rights” (Metro, March 20) Blessings upon Hobby Lobby for sticking to their guns about birth control. So why is every last stick of merchandise in all their stores stamped “Made in China?” They’re smart people. How do they reconcile their antibirth-control stance with their economic support of the world’s leader in government-enforced birth control? DIANA NAKEEB, VIA EMAIL

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See more at www.metro.us Marlon Byrd is the answer to the following trivia question. Who is the first Phillie to bat at Citizens Bank Park? When the Phillies traded their one-time center fielder the following season in 2005, it appeared that Byrd would become a trivial player. However, the classiclate bloomer turned it around and became an All-Star, who is one of the best at hitting left-handed pitching in the game. The Phillies hope the right-fielder, who inked a two-year $16 million deal, is the answer for a club that needs a dependable right-handed bat. What do you bring to the Phillies? I bring stability. You know that I’ll be out there everyday in right. I bring professionalism. I’m going to bust it everyday. I won’t miss a game. How cool is it to come back where you started and you look around and you see Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley, who you came up with and even Bobby Abreu, who was a veteran on that team? It’s incredibly cool. I never stopped being friends with those guys. The best part about coming back to Philadelphia is that I can play with those guys again. Jimmy was here when I came up. I was in the minors with Chase and we came up together. Ryan was right behind us and then there was Cole (Hamels). Chooch (Carlos Ruiz) came up as well. And it is funny that Bobby is back here when I re-

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I was thrilled. I was at the playoff games in 2008. We still lived in South Jersey, in Swedesboro and I went to the games, took my seat and waved my rally towel. If you’re a real friend, you root for your friends to do well. I did that and I was very proud of them. They won a World Series and I believe this team can win another one.

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BYRD IS THE WORD turned. I learned so much about how to play the game from Bobby Abreu. Why didn’t it work out the first time around with the Phillies? I was still just a kid in

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and a 6-year-old. Did it ever bother you watching your friends, the core of this team go on to win a title? No, they’re my friends. I was happy for those guys.

What will it take for this aging core to make the playoffs? We need things to go right but so does everybody else. Who thought the Boston Red Sox were going to win the World Series last year? You had some aging guys step up like David Ortiz. We have Ryan Howard, Chase Utley and Jimmy Rollins, just for starters, who can do some damage. You must understand Philadelphia fans and their desire for a winner. I do. I get it. I’m fine with that pressure. My wife and I are looking forward to moving back. I love Philadelphia. It’s a great city with amazing fans. Nobody gets into it more than fans in Philly. My wife is thrilled she gets to root for the team she grew up rooting for. It’s all Philly with her. She loves the Eagles, Flyers and Sixers and of course, the Phillies. I love Philadelphia since it’s a big city with a small town feel. You have great restaurants and a great energy.

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