Was at the opening game of the Phills spring training against Florida State University. It was not crowded so it was easy to walk around and take in all that the stadium offered. This is a bright, clean and open stadium.
The usual variety of food stalls were present which were as costly as the ones offered in Philadelphia. My plain hot dog was tasty but I think I paid like $3.50 for it. My husband got the Phillies cheese steak, which he enjoyed, especially the bun. There are a couple of beer stands with a nice selection.
Make sure you get there early to obtain good parking which is across the street, and to see the batting practices. You can go down to the first rows behind either dugouts or in the first rows next to the dugouts. Some of the Phillies players will come over to sign autographs. They also do this at the end of the game. Make sure you have a pen for them to use. Don't keep yelling their names. Be respectfull and you will have a better chance of obtaining their signature. I have seen them signing everything from balls to programs. It is exciting to get so close to the players.
The gift shop has a varied collection of items. I got a couple of Clearwater Phillies Spring Training shirts. It is not a big store and tends to get crowded. Prices are not cheap. There are no dressing rooms. However they do allow you to try shirts on over your own and there are mirrors on the columns.
All the people who worked there from the concession stand attendants to the ticket takers, program seller, security were very pleasant and friendly. It was a wonderful first time experience for my husband and myself.
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