Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Drink up, Phils fans

The Phillies normally cut off beer sales after the seventh inning at home games. What will they do for Game 5?

Drink up, Phils fans

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This Bud´s for Harry: Aaron Rowand (´member him?) gives the Phils announcer a shower after the 2007 NL East win over the Nationals. (Yong Kim / Staff)
This Bud's for Harry: Aaron Rowand ('member him?) gives the Phils announcer a shower after the 2007 NL East win over the Nationals. (Yong Kim / Staff) Philadelphia Daily News

The Phillies normally cut off beer sales after the seventh inning at home games at Citizens Bank Park.

What will they do for Game 5, which will start in the bottom of the sixth inning?

The beer sales continue till "sometime near the end of the game," says spokeswoman Bonnie Clark, adding that the "sometime" has not been determined.

 

(Caption corrected)

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