Those who follow professional sports in America know that there may not be a louder, more difficult place to be a visitor than Philadelphia.
Their teams are known for their fans, and their loyalty.
The Philadelphia Phillies are, for the first time in 13 years, playing in a World Series.
That means Philly fans will enjoy the Fall Classic for the first time since 2009.
A Phillies analyst is asking fans to make their presence felt on Monday night, during Game 3 of the series, as the matchup lands in Philadelphia.
“Be loud. Be obnoxious. No bigger home field advantage in MLB than CBP. Btw, Astros cheated,” 94WIP’s Jon Johnson tweeted.
Be loud. Be obnoxious. No bigger home field advantage in MLB than CBP. Btw, Astros cheated.
— Jon Johnson (@jonjohnsonwip) October 31, 2022
Citizens Bank Park will be a sea of red on Monday night, during Game 3.
The Phillies Need Their Fans To Be Loud
The series is currently tied at one after the Phillies took Game 1 and the Astros won Game 2 on Saturday.
Fans will be extremely loud tonight while showing their support to the Phillies.
They will need to feel at home to have a chance, and more importantly, the Astros will need to feel like visitors, within the limits of respect and good behavior.
The Phillies are undefeated in their home stadium so far in the postseason, and it’s easy to see why.
Perhaps they won’t admit it, but both the Atlanta Braves and the San Diego Padres probably felt intimidated by the raucous crowd in Philadelphia.
Houston is seen as the favorite to win it all, but Philadelphia will need to use every potential thing they can use to its advantage, and that obviously includes home games.
With three straight home wins, the Phillies can shock the baseball universe and become World Series champs for the first time since 2008.