Phillies Ballpark Buzz: Top 5 Things Happening this Week During the Mets Series April 18-20

After Tax Day Discount Dates, Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night, #StudyBreak for Students, & Autism Awareness Night!

The New York Mets are coming to town for a three game series from April 18-20. All three games start at 7:05 p.m. Below are 5 ways to cure a case of the Mondays after work at Citizens Bank Park.

  1. After Tax Day, start the week off right, with a Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night + a special discount!

Spend some time after Tax Day at Citizens Bank Park. Every game in this series is an - a special discount ticket with concession credit - and on Monday, April 18, all fans can purchase a hot dog for $1.00 at any concession stand. It's a win win.

  1. Celebrate with Asian Pacific Heritage Night.

Also on Monday, April 18, fans will be treated to the 13th annual Asian Pacific Celebration at Citizens Bank Park. Highlights include music and dancing that represent the rich cultural traditions from many Asian countries. Left Field Gate Plaza performances begin at 5:00 p.m., pregame performances begin on-field at 6:30 p.m.

  1. #StudyBreak for College Students!

Every night of the Mets series is part of the College Night Series, a great opportunity for students to go behind-the-scenes in the business of baseball and receive career advice from Phillies executives.

  • Students have the chance to speak informally with executives during an exclusive networking hour.
  • Panelists share their career experience and advice with students during a Q&A in the Phillies media room. Phillies Chairman David Montgomery is among the participants.
  • Students (and faculty) can take #TrophySelfies with the 2008 and 1980 World Series Trophies.
  • To register, go to www.phillies.com/collegenight.

Monday, April 18 is the Phillies College Finance Night presented by PICPA

Tuesday, April 19 is the Phillies College Art & Design Night presented by AIGA Philadelphia

Wednesday, April 20 is the Phillies College Marketing & Digital Marketing Night presented by Philly Ad Club

  1. Red Goes Greek on Tuesday.

Tuesday, April 19, fraternities and sororities have the opportunity to highlight their charitable work and raise both money and awareness to support their philanthropies at the 7:05 p.m. game.

Plus, the first 1,000 fans that purchase tickets for Red Goes Greek Night will receive a special Phillies Red Goes Greek Beverage Koozie.

  1. Help Raise Awareness.

Tuesday, April 19, the Phillies are teaming up with Autism Speaks to host Autism Awareness Night at Citizens Bank Park. Fans can support a worthy cause while cheering on their favorite team!

Broadcast:      The games on Monday, April 18 and Wednesday, April 20 will be presented on The Comcast Network. The game on Tuesday, April 19 will be broadcast on Comcast SportsNet. All games will be broadcast on MLB.TV and SportsRadio 94WIP.

Gates Open:    For all games this series, Ashburn Alley opens at 4:35 p.m., all gates open at 5:35 p.m.