Dates used:  1955- 69
Inside of helmet:  Foam (Missing)
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  Well, this "P" logo came
out in 1950, but I can't promise that
this helmet is that old.  However, it is
definitely the 60's and a super rare find!
Dates used:  1955- 69
Inside of helmet:  Foam
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  Pretty much the same as above except that this sticker has a red background to it.
 
Dates used:  1955- 69
Inside of helmet:  Foam (Missing)
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.
Logo:  real cloth sticker
Thoughts:  Just a cool helmet I found.  Somebody used a cloth sticker for the logo.
 
Dates used:  1970 - 91
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  A new stadium and a new
style "P".  Also, You can't forget the
burgundy helmets that showed up in
between the dates used.
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  This helmet is the same as
above except for the fact that this is
what I call a "Duck" bill helmet.  This
helmet is a different style and
manufacturer.  It has four air holes in
the top and the bill is much wider
where it connects to the helmet.
 
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  U.S. Cap Company  
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  
Another duck-billed helmet.
 
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  U.S. Cap Company  
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  
Another duck-billed helmet with a different style logo.
 
Dates used:  1979
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich    
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  The good 'ol burgundy
special and the days of some third
baseman named . . . Mike Schmidt.
 
Dates used:  1979
Inside of helmet:  Grey Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Fotoball
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Retre Helmet put out by Fotoball in 2003.  Not a bad helmet, but the burgundy is just a little too light in color. 
Dates used:  1994
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich    
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  I was informed that this was worn for a short period of time due to the fact that the Phillies lost to many games in it and decided to stop wearing it half way through the '94 season. 
 
 
Dates used:  1991 to present
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich    
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Bobby Abreu . . . a definite
5-tool player.

 
Dates used:  2009 to present?
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Rawlings?  Doesn't say.
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts: This is a new alternate helmet that Phillies brought out in 2009.  Can't find a photo of this helmet. 
 
Dates used:  2009 to present
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Rawlings?  Doesn't say.
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts: This is a new alternate helmet that Phillies brought out in 2009. 
Dates used:  2009 to present
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  None listed
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts: This is a new alternate helmet that Phillies brought out in 2009.  This was a promotional item with a Chase Utley facsimile autograph.
 
Dates used:  never used
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich    
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Nothing more than a
promotional giveaway by Campbell's
Soup.

 
 
Dates used:  never used
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp., Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Nothing more than a
promotional giveaway.
 
Dates used:  never used
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Hit
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Nothing more than a
promotional giveaway.