Brandon Marsh posts picture of the HUGE new Phillies scoreboard in left field
Brandon Marsh posted a picture on his Instagram story just a few hours ago of the new Phillies scoreboard in left field, and it’s HUGE.
The new Phillies scoreboard is HUGE
The Phillies announced their plans for the new scoreboard during the middle of the 2022 season, saying that the new jumbotron would be around 1.5x bigger than the old one that’s been up since 2004, although it did get some revamps in 2011. The new scoreboard is set to have an HDR PhanaVision experience.
With an anticipated season on the horizon, coming off a National League Championship, the Phillies have their sights set on the World Series trophy, something they came just two games shy of in 2022.
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The new additions of Trea Turner, Gregory Soto, Matt Strahm, and Craig Kimbrel are going to play a big part in that goal, along with the emergence of Andrew Painter into the starting lineup at some point this season.
To be completely honest, I don’t have much else to say about a half-built scoreboard. My observations tell me that it’s really, really big, and it’s going to be bright in 2023.