55 wins, 50 losses, and 0 ties (for a winning percentage of 52.4 percent)
Don Ferrarese was the losing pitcher in a 4-3 game against the Giants -- the first game of a 23-loss streak. All of San Francisco's runs came off Orlando Cepeda's first career grand slam
1965: The Phils and Pittsburgh combine for 26 strikeouts, but the Phils come out on top 5-0 thanks to a two hitter from Ray Culp
1974: Steve Carlton tosses a two-hitter to beat the Pirates 13-1. The offense puts up 17 hits, including two Mike Schmidt homers.
1984: Juan Samuel and Von Hayes hit back to back home runs in the Phillies' first two at bats, the first time that happened in team history.
1988: Cubs pitcher Rick Sutcliffe steals home off of Kevin Gross and Lance Parrish, when Gross fakes a pickoff throw to third then throws over to first base. That play helped earn the Cubs an 8-3 victory.
1989: The Phillies retired Steve Carlton's uniform number (32) during a pregame ceremony. Among the gifts we was presented were a gold watch, a ring with the number 32 in diamonds, and a trip around the world for his family.
2007: Anthony Alfonseca enters in relief of the injured Ryan Madson and gets a strike-out after throwing only one pitch. (Batter Jason Bay had a 1-2 count when Madson left.) The Phillie won 5-1.
Purchased Larry Andersen from Seattle
1989: Purchased Bob Ayrault from Reno
2002: Traded Scott Rolen and Doug Nickle and $300,000 cash to St. Louis for Placido Planco, Bud Smith, and Mike Timlin.
2009: Traded Jason Knapp, Carlos Carrasco, Jason Donald and Lou Marson to Cleveland for Cliff Lee and Ben Francisco
2010: Traded J.A. Happ, Anthony Gose, and Jonathan Villar to Houston for Roy Oswalt & cash.
1902: Luther Roy
1959: Dave LaPoint
1963: Steve Frey
1969: Mike Williams
1978: Mike Adams
1944 John Fick
1992 Todd Pratt
1994 Ricky Bottalico
2001 Felipe Crespo*
2012 Kevin Frandsen*
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.