The Clearwater Phillies, a Single A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, play at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium. Jack Russell was a real estate person and city commissioner who promoted having Philadelphia do their spring training in Clearwater. He was a major league pitcher from 1926 to 1941. Clearwater was playing the Jupiter Hammerheads. The final score was Jupiter 3 and Clearwater 6. The box score was Jupiter R-3, H-6, E-1 and Clearwater R-6, H-11, E-0. The stadium was build in 1955. The seating capacity is 6,900. Attendance is estimated at 500, mainly because there were two schools of children and their parents attending. There is bleacher back seating above the main aisle. Our seats were in the 3rd row just to the right of the 1st base dugout. Brandon Duckworth was on a rehab pitching assignment from Philadelphia Phillies and pitched the first 4 innings. As a senior citizen, above 55, if you sign up for the Hall of Fame Club you can get in free for all games. The field lines are RF & LF-340' and CF 400'. The mascot is Phil E. Phox. Promotions: Dog Day Monday-3 for 1 hot dogs, Thirty Thursday--$1 drinks. The Phillies will be moving to a new stadium in 2004. This stadium will be adjacent to their current spring training facility. New name Clearwater Threshers and logo 2004. 2014 playing in Bright House Field built in 2004 with seating of 8,500.