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Being a Phillies fan isn’t always easy. This is the franchise that has accumulated the most losses in Major League Baseball history.
But these celebrities wear their Phillies-fandom as a badge of honor.
From a comic who hails from Delaware to West Philadelphia’s “born and raised” to a “Top Gun” to a World’s Strongest Man to the president of the United States, these are some of the notable people likely rooting on the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series.
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Actor Miles Teller grew up in the Philly suburbs rooting on the Fightins’.
Delaware native Aubrey Plaza did a series of videos for MLB.com this summer while wearing a Phillies jersey.
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Will Smith, a.k.a “The Fresh Prince,” was “born and raised” in West Philadelphia.
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Actor and Delaware native Ryan Phillippe cheers on all sports teams in Philadelphia.
Lehigh Valley native Amanda Seyfried has been spotted out in public wearing a Phillies hat.
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Actor Danny DeVito hails from New Jersey and also appears to be a Dodgers fan, but he stars in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and has worn a Phillies jersey to throw a first pitch.
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Music superstar Taylor Swift grew up in Berks County and sung the National Anthem before one of the Phillies World Series games in 2008.
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Speaking of “Always Sunny,” star Rob McElhenney cheers on his hometown team. He even got to do an on-field script about his character “Mac” getting to meet his hero Chase Utley.
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President Joe Biden and first lady Dr. Jill Biden has brought Phillies fandom to the White House.
Country music superstar Tim McGraw rocks the same Phillies P that his father Tug McGraw wore when he closed out the World Series in 1980.
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Champion Villanova Wildcats basketball coach Jay Wright has been tweeting about his love for the 2022 Phillies.
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“MAd Money” host Jim Cramer hails from the Philly suburbs and tweets his support for the Phils.
Philadelphia Eagles legend Jason Kelce has gone all in for Phillies during this World Series run.
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This one is a bit of a stretch, but Hafthor Julius Bjornsson, the Icelandic World’s Strongest man known for playing “The Mountain” on “Game of Thrones, once visted the Phillies. He even showed off his strength by lifting the Phillie Phanatic.
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Phillies sports legends Flyers champ Bernie Parent, Sixers champ Julius “Dr. J” Erving, Eagles champ Brandon Graham and Phillies champ Mike Schmidt pose with former Phillies players Jayson Werth, Shane Victorino, Ryan Howard and Cole Hamels prior to Game 3 of the 2022 World Series. Philly athletes are really coming together to celebrate each other.
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