Right now, in August of 2013, the Phillies are in third place but it's a low third place, 15.5 games behind the Nationals and the Braves in the Nationals League's eastern division.
Seating in the outfield has several levels, from cheap bleacher seats to a private party deck filled with inflatable pools. Ticket prices run from $14 to $80. Decent prices for a lot of the seats but lacking in the truly “cheap seats.” Call (215-463-1000) for accessible seating.
Handicapped seating is bountiful and spread throughout all levels. No problems with buying extra companion seats.
Food is mainly regular ballpark fare with hot dogs, pizza and the like but it is high quality and tasty. A few different foods are available, such as the Schmitter…a cheese steak with salami, tomatoes, special sauce, all on a Kaiser roll. Pre-packaged vegan fare and sushi are available at the South Philadelphia Market convenience store locations scattered around the park.
The game experience is very good here. The views are excellent with no obstructions. Staff is very friendly and helpful. It is also one of the few stadiums that do not allow fans to return to their seats during game play…you must wait for a dead ball to go back. For wheelchair users, they enforce the clear area around the wheelchair seats so people don’t use your personal space as a “standing room only” zone like they do at many parks.