Since 1973 (39 years).
Roy Halladay, I like his work ethic.
Richie Ashburn, I got to know him and played tennis and squash with him.
My first Phillies game in 1946. It was double-header vs. the Boston Braves (Spahn and Sain, vs. Schoolboy Rowe and Dutch Leonard!)
Hot dog and Coke at the stand right behind section 130.
I go to about 25+ regular season games and prefer a mixture of both.
To me, it is the best park in the National League. The ballparks in San Francisco and Pittsburgh are a close second.
The best part is getting to know the fellow season ticket holders around me, particularly in the postseason.
They were the same spot as Citizens Bank Park (Third Base, infield).
I've caught too many foul balls over the 39 years to remember.
I have been to every home postseason game in Philadelphia starting with the two World Series games vs. Yankees in 1950 (including all postseason games at the Vet and CBP, with only 1915 not on my resume). Road trips away from CBP are almost as fun as home games. Bonding with all the Phillies fans on the road is a hoot. I traveled to San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego with great regularity including the recent trip in April, 2012.