Go on record about your "phaith" in the Philadelphia Phillies, with this 1980 team-signed record album. Ending a horrendous ninety-seven-year run of finishing as also rans, the "Fightin' Phils" finally captured the World Series flag in 1980, to the great joy of their long-suffering fans. Labeled as a "Kiddie City Presentation", this record is titled "The Phantastic Phillies". The front cover is decorated with (35) different 1980 Phillies autographs, all applied by means of a blue felt-pen across the header and over a series of player photos. Seen on the reverse is a team photo flanked by images of the Phillies brain trust, and announcer Harry Kalas, who narrated the recording. Signature strength is very pleasing, with an average of ("9-10"), the record disc presents as unused, and the cover shows moderate wear, though it remains vibrant and glossy.
Featured signers include all (25) players on the Phillies World Series roster, the manager, the entire coaching staff, the general manager, and a couple of regular season contributors, with: Billy DeMars (coach), Lee Elia (coach), Randy Lerch with "#47", Kevin Saucier, Dick Ruthven, George Vukovich, Larry Christenson, Ramon Aviles, Bobby Wine (coach), Ron Reed, Paul Owens (general manager), Greg Gross, Marty Bysrom, Bob Walk, Dickie Noles, Don McCormack, Mike Ryan (coach), Steve Carlton, Warren Brusstar, Larry Bowa, Mike Schmidt, Herm Starette (coach), Ruben Amaro (coach), Manny Trillo, Dallas Green (manager), Del Unser, Bake McBride, Tug McGraw, Garry Maddox, Keith Moreland, Pete Rose, Greg Luzinski, Bob Boone, John Vukovich, and Lonnie Smith.