|What you may or may not know about the Phillies and spring training|
|Did you know...|
|That Philly cheesesteaks are served at Bright House Field. The buns are even flown in from Amorosa Bakery in Philadelphia.|
|That the most expensive seat at Bright House Field is located in the club level and it will cost you $30.|
|That the Phillies have held spring training in 22 cities since their first spring training in 1901.|
|That Bright House Field holds 7,300 people, with the ability to seat between 1,000 and 1,500 more people in the outfield grass.|
|That the Phillies help spring training in Philadelphia (1901) and Hershey (1943).|
|That the Phillies have conducted spring training in Clearwater since 1947.|
|That the Phillies' spring training workout fields at the Carpenter Complex are named after four Phillies Hall of Famers? Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton, Richie Ashburn and Robin Roberts.|
|That the Phillies play the Tampa Bay Rays four times this spring? Feb. 28 at Bright House Field; March 12 on the road and April 3-4 at Citizens Bank Park.|
|That the Phillies allow media members to take part in batting practice one day during spring training?|
|That Phillies manager Charlie Manuel arrives at the Carpenter Complex at 5:30 every morning?|
|That the organization uses Bright House Field for things other than professional baseball? A Big 10 game was played on it Saturday.|
|There's a tiki hut pavilion in left field at the Phillies' home in Clearwater?|
|That Bright House Field has a 360-degree main concourse open to the playing field, just like Coca-Cola Park?|
|That the average high temperature for Clearwater in the month of March is about 75 degrees?|
|That the Phillies will play exhibition games against two teams from the World Baseball Classic? (Canada on March 4 and the United States on March 5)|
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