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Phillies Alumni Photo Card Set of 112

Phillies Alumni Photo Card Set of 112
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  • Winning Bid: $1,820.00
Number of Bids: 15 (Bid History)
Bid Increment: $10.00
Quantity Available: 1
Listing #: 4029894
Open Date: May 16, 2022 06:00:00 AM EDT
Close Date: May 27, 2022 03:12:49 PM EDT
Listing Type: AUCTION


    Name Date Bid
    May 22, 2022 03:16:25 PM EDT $1,820.00
    May 27, 2022 03:07:49 PM EDT $1,810.00
    May 27, 2022 03:02:53 PM EDT $1,710.00
    May 27, 2022 03:02:20 PM EDT $1,690.00
    May 27, 2022 03:02:15 PM EDT $1,670.00
    May 27, 2022 03:02:05 PM EDT $1,620.00
    May 27, 2022 02:57:21 PM EDT $1,440.00
    May 27, 2022 02:56:27 PM EDT $1,300.00
    May 27, 2022 02:55:45 PM EDT $1,200.00
    May 27, 2022 02:55:30 PM EDT $1,120.00
    May 25, 2022 03:25:46 PM EDT $630.00
    May 25, 2022 03:25:32 PM EDT $600.00
    May 17, 2022 09:39:46 PM EDT $550.00
    May 16, 2022 11:08:03 AM EDT $520.00
    May 16, 2022 11:03:21 AM EDT $510.00
  • Item Description

    A must have for any Phillies collector, this set of Phillies Alumni Photo Cards includes 111 different cards of Phillies legends, including three (3) Hall of Fame cards, some of which have never been released to the general public. The set of over 100 includes greats from all of your favorite Phillies teams, including the 1980 & 2008 World Series Champions, as well as the 1993 National League Champions and members of the Phillies Wall of Fame. These 4" x 6" photo cards of Phillies alumni are exclusive to Citizens Bank Park and are a great collector's item for Phillies fans everywhere. The following players are included in the set:

    1 Bobby Abreu (1)
    2 Bobby Abreu (2)
    3 Dick Allen
    4 Ruben Amaro Jr
    5 Larry Andersen
    6 Marlon Anderson
    7 Richie Ashburn (HOF Card)
    8 Mick Billmeyer
    9 Joe Blanton
    10 Bob Boone
    11 Ricky Botallico
    12 Larry Bowa
    13 Eric Bruntlett
    14 Warren Brusstar
    15 Jim Bunning
    16 Pat Burrell
    17 Marty Bystrom
    18 Steve Carlton
    19 Dave Cash
    20 Wes Chamberlain
    21 Larry Christenson
    22 Clay Condrey
    23 Rheal Cormier
    24 Darren Daulton
    25 Roly de Armas
    26 Greg Dobbs
    27 Denny Doyle
    28 Rich Dubee
    29 Mariano Duncan
    30 Chad Durbin
    31 Jim Eisenreich
    32 Lee Elia
    33 Scott Eyre
    34 Pedro Feliz
    35 Ben Francisco
    36 Gene Garber
    37 Pat Gillick
    38 Doug Glanville
    39 Dallas Green
    40 Tyler Green
    41 Tommy Greene (1)
    42 Tommy Greene (2)
    43 Wayne Gomes
    44 Von Hayes
    45 Al Holland
    46 Dave Hollins
    47 Ryan Howard
    48 Raul Ibanez
    49 Pete Incaviglia
    50 Danny Jackson
    51 Geoff Jenkins
    52 Ricky Jordan
    53 Harry Kalas (HOF Card)
    54 Kyle Kendrick
    55 John Kruk
    56 Brad Lidge
    57 Mike Lieberthal
    58 Tony Longmire
    59 Greg Luzinski
    60 Pete Mackanin
    61 Gary Maddox
    62 Jeff Manto
    63 Charlie Manuel (1)
    64 Charlie Manuel (2)
    65 Jerry Martin
    66 Roger Mason
    67 Gary Matthews
    68 John Mayberry Jr
    69 Bake McBride
    70 Tim McCarver
    71 Jason Michaels
    72 Don Money
    73 Willie Montanez
    74 Mickey Morandini (1)
    75 Mickey Morandini (2)
    76 Jamie Moyer
    77 Dale Murphy
    78 Brett Myers
    79 Dickie Noles
    80 Roy Oswalt
    81 Todd Pratt
    82 Placido Polanco
    83 Nick Punto
    84 Randy Ready
    85 Ben Rivera
    86 Mike Rogodzinski
    87 Jimmy Rollins
    88 JC Romero
    89 Aaron Rowand
    90 Carlos Ruiz
    91 Juan Samuel
    92 Curt Schilling
    93 Mike Schmidt (HOF Card)
    94 Matt Stairs
    95 Kevin Stocker
    96 Tony Taylor
    97 Bobby Thigpen
    98 Jim Thome
    99 Milt Thompson (1)
    100 Milt Thompson (2)
    101 Manny Trillo
    102 Del Unser
    103 Chase Utley
    104 Wilson Valdez
    105 Shane Victorino
    106 Ozzie Virgil
    107 Jayson Werth
    108 David West
    109 Mitch Williams
    110 Bobby Wine
    111 Rick Wise
    112 Randy Wolf
  • Auction Details

    About Charity: Phillies Charities, Inc.

    Phillies Charities, Inc., the charitable arm of the Phillies organization, makes gifts to charitable organizations that serve a wide variety of needs, primarily in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and the communities of its minor league affiliates.

    Phillies Charities, Inc. raises funds through a variety of activities throughout the year, including The Phantastic Auction.

    Net proceeds from The Phantastic Auction will benefit Phillies Charities, Inc. A portion of those proceeds will be contributed to the ALS Association, Greater Philadelphia Chapter.

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