Based in the City of Brotherly Love, the Philadelphia Phillies organization is the most consistent in baseball, being the oldest continuous, one-name, one-city franchise in all of professional sports. Despite having a couple different nicknames like the Quakers and Blue Jays throughout their earlier days, the team has forever held the official nickname of the Phillies since the team’s humble beginnings in 1883. For over 130 years the Philadelphia baseball team has played in such legendary ball parks as Connie Mack Stadium, “The Vet” Veterans Stadium, and their new beautiful Citizens Bank Ballpark.
As their franchise has spanned the duration of three centuries by now, it’s no wonder why the Phillies are considered one of the most historic and iconic teams in Major League Baseball history. Philadelphia ranks amongst teams at the top of the all-time list with seven National League pennants won and thirteen MLB Post-Season appearances. In 1980 and 2008, the Phillies took home baseball's ultimate prize as they were crowned World Series champions over the Kansas City Royals and Tampa Bays Rays respectively. These World Series winning rosters were absolutely loaded with Hall of Fame worthy talent, featuring MLB superstars like Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton, Jimmy Rollins, and Chase Utley.
Our Philadelphia Phillies memorabilia selection is stockpiled with a number of rare signed items that will highlight nearly ever baseball collection out there. Celebrate the Philly heroes of past and present with must have pieces like Mike Schmidt signed baseballs and Ryan Howard signed jerseys. Fans of the Phillies will also not want to miss out on the opportunity to own autographed memorabilia from their team’s stars of the future, like one of our Domonic Brown signed photos ready for you to take home today.
- World Series Wins: 1980, 2008
- Pennant Wins: 1915, 1950, 1980, 1983, 1993, 2008, 2009
- Retired Numbers: Richie Ashburn (1), Jim Bunning (14), Mike Schmidt (20), Steve Carlton (32), Robin Roberts (36)
- Current Stars: Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins, Cole Hamels