41 wins, 53 losses, and 0 ties (for a winning percentage of 43.6 percent)
Chuck Klein hits for the cycle for the second time in his career as a Phillie, but the Phils lose to St. Louis 5-4 in 14 innings
1956: Phillies' pitcher Ben Flowers gives up a home run to Pittsburgh's Dale Long, leading to a 6-2 loss. The home run topped a major-league record streak of seven consecutive games in which Long went deep. He extended the record to 8 the next day against Brooklyn.
1962: Sandy Koufax struck out 16 Phillies in a 6-3 Dodger victory
1966: The Phils drop a 1-0, 14-inning game to San Francisco, setting a team record for longest 1-run game
1970: Trailing Montreal 1-0 in the ninth with runners on first and second bases, Byron Browne hit a ball to right field that was trapped by Rusty Staub. The runner on first stopped, thinking the ball was caught, and was passed by Browne who was called out. The next batter, Tony Taylor, hit a fly to deep center that the Montreal center fielder missed, hurting his elbow. Taylor circled the bases for an inside-the-park home run and a 3-1 Phillies victory.
1990: Nearly 57,000 fans pack the Vet to see Mike Schmidt's number retired. The Phils lose 12-3 to the Braves
Received Bobby Pfeil from New York (NL) to compete the 4/10/1970 trade for Ron Allen
2002: Traded Cliff Politte to Toronto for Dan Plesac.
1904: Frank Ragland
1965: Ricky Jordan
1975: Travis Lee
1884 Joe Kappel
1884 Jim McElroy
1955 Bob Kuzava*
1980 Bob Walk
1992 Don Robinson*
2006 Chris Coste
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.