The Phillies held their annual see and taste event to show the media all the great new and expensive food and stuff you can buy at the Citizens Bank Park this year. [I don’t know why they wouldn’t invite the most-read sports blog in Philadelphia to cover such an event. Really, that’s just bad PR. Hey, that guy has a website that a lot of young professionals with disposable income and a penchant for binge drinking read… we wouldn’t want to invite him to an event peddling expensive shit with HUGE MARGINS! ] With the exception of Federal Donuts, which we already told you about, there aren’t many notable additions. But this stood out:
For the first time at the ballpark, Phillies fans will have access to XFINITY WiFi hotspots powered by Comcast to access favorite sports apps, stream video, share pictures, check live stats and email. It's free for fans while they're in Ashburn Alley, the centerfield rooftop concession area and Harry the K's. Simply look for "xfinitywifi" on mobile devices to access the service.
Chances that that’s not the most unreliable, glitchy and painfully slow Wifi hotspot in all the land?
You can view the entire press release and watch video from 6 ABC after the jump.