Philadelphia Phillies Public Address Announcer Dan Baker will appear at Campbell’s Field for the Riversharks Friday, August 14th game at 7:05pm, where he will be the guest public address announcer throughout the game.

The Philadelphia Philles PA Announcer for the past 43 years will lend his vocals to the Riversharks for the entire game for the first time ever during this special event. Baker will lead the on-field pregame show, announce the starting lineups and first pitches, and then announce the game on104_camden-riversharks-primary-2001ce it begins.

Baker will also participate in an exclusive meet-and-greet prior to the game from 5:30-6:00pm in our Diamond Café. Fans will have the opportunity to take one (1) picture with Baker or have one (1) piece of memorabilia autographed. Baker will also have his World Series Rings on display during the meet-and-greet.

Tickets to the meet-and-greet are just $30 each and include the ticket to the game, access to the event in the Diamond Café, and a 90-minute buffet from 6:30-8:00pm. The buffet menu includes Dietz & Watson hot dogs, pulled chicken, boneless buffalo wings, popcorn, pasta salad, cookies, soda, water, and more.

For more information on the meet-and-greet or to purchase your tickets, contact Jason Tremblay at 856.831.0431 or

You can also visit, click the ‘Group Codes’ button on the right side of the homepage and enter the code ‘DANBAKER’ to order your tickets. Those attending the meet-and-greet are encouraged to bring their own piece of memorabilia to have signed.

Since becoming the Phillies PA Announcer in 1972, Baker has voiced five World Series and two Major League Baseball All-Star Games. Baker is currently the longest-tenured PA Announcer in Major League Baseball. In 2012, Baker was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame.

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