The lineup - sure to inspire debate - includes mostly players, but also managers and broadcasters, as well as the Phillie Phanatic and three stadiums: Shibe Park, later known as Connie Mack Stadium; Veterans Stadium and Citizens Bank Park.
Reliever Tug McGraw leaps for joy, celebrating the Phils' 1980 World Series win in the top left corner. Reliever Brad Lidge falls to his knees after clinching the Series win in 2008. The two biggest figures, in the center, are Hall of Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt and current first baseman Ryan Howard.
Other Hall of Famers portrayed are pitchers Grover Cleveland Alexander, Robin Roberts, Jim Bunning and Steve Carlton; outfielders Ed Delahanty and Chuck Klein; outfielder/broadcaster Richie Ashburn; and broadcaster Harry Kalas, by virtue of winning the Ford C. Frick Award.
The two World Series-winning managers will be on it, too: Dallas Green, also a pitcher, and Charlie Manuel.
The rest - where second-guessers might nitpick - are pitchers Mitch Williams, Cole Hamels and Roy Halladay, shortstops Larry Bowa and Jimmy Rollins, catcher Darren Daulton, first baseman Dick Allen, and second basemen Tony Taylor and Chase Utley.
In the final voting, outfielders Johnny Callison and Del Ennis, and first basemen John Kruk and Jim Thome fell short.
An obvious but explainable omission is Pete Rose, banned from baseball for betting.
Fans are depicted, but apparently no ball girls or team executives.
The club is partnering on the project with the Mural Arts Program, largest of its kind in the country.
The painting has already begun on sections of primed fabric that will be glued to the building's outside wall. On Sept. 18 and Dec. 10, fans got to put some paint on, and more public paint days will be organized.
One will be held March 3, during spring training, at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla.
For more details, go to www.phillies.com/mural or www.muralarts.org.
Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or email@example.com.