One of the Philadelphia Phillies' star pitchers was spotted shopping in South Jersey on his day off from the ball club.

Aaron Nola! Hey, now!

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I know, it's funny how we all get so crazy when we see one of our Philly sports heroes out and about just, like, living life. It's like seeing a zoo animal out of its cage, lol.

Even a pro baseballer's likes to go out and shop for his own clothes and shoes, right?

Star Phillies Pitcher Aaron Nola Spotted Shopping in Haddonfield, NJ

Nola popped into the Haddonfield location of South Jersey Running Co. along Kings Highway.

Nola looked completely chill in a neutral t-shirt and black baseball hat and happily posed for a photo.

Running Co. of South Jersey carries a bunch of cool running and walking gear. I totally dig their 856 area code t-shirts.

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