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The Philadelphia Phillies franchise began in 1883 and they have been using this name ever since. This makes them the team with the longest standing franchise with the same name and city. The franchise first played in the National League. Even though they have been the one of the oldest teams in the league, they have not had a huge breakthrough and success. Judging by the win-loss record of the team, you can see they have more losses than wins in comparison to any other professional sports team in the US.
The Phillies waited for 92 years before getting their first World Series title. The debut game of the Phillies was a defeat against the Providence Greys on May 1, 1883. Their first NL pennants came in 1915, but unfortunately, they lost to the Boston Red Sox in five out of the best of seven games. After this success, the team fell into a very dismal showing for three decades. Success once again returned to team as the Phillies became an NL pennant in 1950. This is the time where the "Whiz Kids" emerged, but they again lost in the World Series against the Yankees.
It took three decades before the Phillies reached the World Series again in 1980. This time, they captured their first ever World Series title after 92 years! They defeated the Kansas City Royals in this match. After this, the team reached the NL pennants four more times with back-to-back in 2008 and 2009. They won another World Series championship in 2008 and then lost to the Yankees in the 2009 World Series.
The Phillies are currently playing their home ball game at the Citizens Bank Park. This ballpark was first used officially in April 2004 featuring world-class facilities with major enhancements from their previous ballpark, the Veterans Stadium. This new ballpark was designed by HOK Sport and Ewing Cole Cherry Brott, the two of the leading architectural firms. The Citizens Bank Park integrates the State’s rich culture and tradition with modern sports architecture. It cost $336 million to construct this baseball-only stadium with a natural grass field, "bowl style" seating plus dazzling amenities, breathtaking views and much more.