He was the District Attorney and Mayor of Philadelphia before leading the great state of Pennsylvania as its 45th Governor. He served as the national chair for the democratic committee for the 2000 presidential election. He is an on air political analyst for NBC news and MSNBC. He is an Army veteran. He has always been a Philadelphia sports fan and even today gives the fans’ perspective in the Daily Times in the “View from the Stands” and serves on the panel of “Post Game Live” after every Eagles game. And now……… he is a Phantasy Camper! We are pleased to announce former Governor Edward G. Rendell will be a special guest at Phantasy Camp this year.
Come get the inside scoop on camp and learn more about the 3 camp experiences to “live the dream” as a Player, General Manager, or Phan.
Meet a few of our Legends coming to Phantasy Camp
After playing for the Philles from 1994-2006, he became the 34th member of the Phillies Wall of Fame. He is a two-time All-Star, 1999 Gold Glove Award winner, and is the Phillies all-time leader at his position in hits, home runs and games caught.
Eyre joined the Phillies in August of 2008 and promptly became the situational left-handed relief pitcher the team needed to advance to become World Series Champions. He posted a 3-0 record for the Phillies with a 1.88 ERA over 19 games that season.
Stocker made his debut with the Phillies in 1993. He batted .324 in 70 games that ultimately helped the Phillies advance to the World Series. Stocker was the regular shortstop through the 1997 season.
Traded to the Phillies from the Braves and later re-signed by the Phillies as a free agent, Milt played in left field for the 1993 National League Champion team. He became Phillies batting coach in 2004 and earned a World Series ring as their hitting coach in 2008.
Stay tuned for more exciting legends and a major announcement!