Sign Up for Home Run Derby at The Law Star Game Oct. 1Batter up! Register now for your chance to compete in The Law Star Game Home Run Derby sponsored by Thomson Reuters Corporate Division. Each participant will get five swings per entry to hit as many home runs as possible. Hitters will swing against Don Chalphin, advertising director at The Legal Intelligencer, who also has a 25-year high arch and fast-pitch career with more than 200 strikeouts, so bring your A-game. Only 20 people will get a chance at bat, so register now for just $25. Fences are 300 feet from home plate, and participants must arrive by 5 p.m. The Home Run Derby will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. and run until 6:30 p.m.
As part of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation's 50th Anniversary, the winner will receive 50 percent of the winnings, with the other 50 percent going to the Foundation. If there is a tie, and time permitting, a tie-breaker will be held, otherwise the winnings will be split among the hitters with the most home runs.
Registration closes on Wednesday, Sept. 24, but spots are sure to fill up fast, so reserve your chance now to hit a home run in the stadium with the best view of the Philadelphia skyline, the Riversharks Campbell's Field. Remember, only 20 lucky participants will get a chance to bat in a professional stadium, so sign up today.
You must be a registered attendee/player/sponsor to sign up for the Home Run Derby. If you already registered, please contact Dawn Petit at 215-238-6367 or email@example.com. If you have not yet registered as an attendee and would like to participate in the Home Run Derby or register for one of the available bus transportation times, please select "Attendee - Over 21," then scroll down to the "Click here to register additional attendees" button after going to www.philadelphiabar.org. That will allow you to sign up for additional items.
The YLD Law Star Game with The Legal Intelligencer features Firm Counsel vs. In-House Counsel. Between innings, kids can compete in Tug of War, Running the Bases with Riversharks mascots Hammerhead and Finley, dodge ball toss and potato sack races. Friends, families and kids of all ages can take part in the speed pitch, carousel and Kid Zone including a moon bounce, rock-climbing wall, inflatable Skee-Ball, and inflatable sports challenge (football toss, soccer kick and basketball shot). At the beginning of each sponsored inning a lucky spectator will be selected to win a great prize. Souvenirs will be launched to fans with Riversharks slingshot toss.
For fans 21 and over, admission is $15 and includes a choice of a jumbo hot dog, chicken fingers, or hamburger and includes chips, a soda, and one beer. An optional food/drink voucher for those under age 21 is available for $8 and includes a choice of a jumbo hot dog, chicken fingers, or hamburger and includes chips and a soda. For attendees under 21, admission is free but no food voucher is included. Concessions will be open to purchase additional items during the game.
Bus transportation to and from Campbell's Field is also available for $5, with pickups at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on 12th Street between Filbert and Market streets, next to the Marriott. Buses will return to Philadelphia immediately following the fireworks at the end of the game. Reservations are required for bus transportation. Click here for bus reservations.
The In-House Counsel team, managed by Dechert LLP, includes players from AmeriHealth Caritas, DC Consulting, Johnson Matthey, Inc., AMTRAK, Open Systems Technologies, Inc., Penske, Inc., PHH Mortgage Corporation, QlikTech, Inc., SAP America, Inc., Sunoco, Inc., Teleflex, The Graham Company and Title Resource Group, Inc.
The Law Firm team, managed by The Center for Forensic Economic Studies, includes players from Blank Rome LLP; Cozen O'Connor; Fox Rothschild LLP; German, Gallagher & Murtagh, P.C.; Martin LLC; McCarter & English LLP; Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, LLP; Pepper Hamilton LLP; Post & Schell, P.C.; Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky, P.C.; and White and Williams LLP.
The gates at Campbell's Field open at 5 p.m. with full access to all ballpark activities. The Home Run Derby begins at 5:30 p.m. and the seven-inning Law Star Game begins at 6:30 p.m. A fireworks display will follow the final out. Click here to purchase tickets.