|Product Name||The Phillies Experience: A Year-By-Year Chronicle Of The Philadelphia Phillies|
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|Long Description||This year-by-year history of one of baseball’s most iconic franchises presents the stories, characters, and memorable moments that have defined every season of Philadelphia Phillies baseball since the franchise’s founding in 1883. The Phillies Experience explores both the on-field events and off-field drama that made each season unique, and it includes profiles of the stars and near-stars who made baseball history: Robin Roberts, Richie Ashburn, Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton, Jim Bunning, Pete Alexander, Chuck Klein, Del Ennis, Dick Allen, Tug McGraw, Larry Bowa, Greg Luzinski, Garry Maddox, Pete Rose, Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, Chase Utley, Cliff Lee, and many, many more.|
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