Phillies Fever Unisex Tee

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In 1976, the Phillies made a disco record. No, we're not making that up. You can hear the whole incredible thing on YouTube, then head over to MLB.com for an oral history of the song's origins:

"America partied hard in 1976, and Philadelphia felt like the epicenter of the country's bicentennial celebrations.

It had fireworks, parties and parades. President Gerald Ford spoke at Independence Hall on July 4. Queen Elizabeth II visited the city. Philly hosted the MLB, NBA and NHL All-Star Games, and the Phillies got the city excited as they marched toward their first postseason since 1950.

Mike Schmidt, Larry Bowa, Greg Luzinski, Garry Maddox and Dave Cash felt so good about themselves that they stepped into Queen Village Studios on the corner of 4th and Catherine Streets in the middle of the summer to record a song for Grand Prix Records called "Phillies Fever.""

Local designer Philly Ain't Bad has captured the glorious cover of the 7" vinyl on a classic white tee. Get yours now and give into your Phillies Fever!