43 wins, 56 losses, and 1 ties (for a winning percentage of 43.0 percent)
Rookie Jack Sanford struck out 9 Dodgers in a 3-2 victory, setting a season record for strikeouts by a rookie with 187.
1961: Sandy Koufax fans 7 Phils to set a NL record of 269 in a season, but the Phillies win 2-1 on a 2-run double by Tony Taylor.
1964: Johnny Callison hit homers in 3 consecutive at-bats. The Phils lost to Milwaukee anyway, 14-8 at Connie Mack and drop out of first place
1973: In the top of the 13th inning in Pittsburgh with Greg Luzinski on 2nd, Pirate pitcher Chris Zachary tried to issue an intentional walk to Bob Boone. His first pitch was too close to the plate, and Boone hit it for a single, sending the Bull to 3rd base. Zachary later threw a wild pitch, which allowed Luzinski to score the winning run.
1975: Steve Carlton one-hits New York and wins by an 8-1 score
1977: The Phils clinch their second-straight NL East title with a 15-9 win over the Cubs. Larry Christenson homers, and picks up the win (his 18th.)
1996: Bobby Estalella homers for his first major-league hit in a game at Shea Stadium. The Phils win 6-5.
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1894: Mike Loan
1907: Whit Wyatt
1928: Thornton Kipper
1930: Dick Hall
1944: Gary Sutherland
1949: Mike Schmidt
1954: Len Matuszek
1977: Vicente Padilla
1984: John Lannan
1883 Charlie Hilsey
1901 George Browne
1902 Jesse Whiting
1931 Bob Adams
1947 Jesse Levan
1976 Bill Nahorodny
2003 Ryan Madson
2003 Andy Machado
Note: Entries marked with an '*' represent the Phillies debut of a player who previously appeared in the majors. Unmarked entries are players who made their major-league debuts with the Phillies.