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After the Game - Phillies Alumni

A peek at the past

August 9, 1955 - Del Ennis drives in his 1,000th run in 9-1 win vs. Pittsburgh. Ed Delahanty is the club's all-time RBI leader (1,286). Shop

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Trace the Phillies' history through the years.

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A historical look at the week of 8/29-9/4
  • August 29, 1885

    22-year-old RHP Charlie Ferguson tosses the first no-hitter in Phillies history, 1-0, vs. Providence. In his four-year career, all with the Phillies, he finished 99-64, 2.67 ERA winning 21-26-30-22 games. He died of typhoid fever two weeks after his 25th birthday.

  • August 30, 1913

    With the Phillies leading, 8-6, in the top of the ninth inning, Baker Bowl fans in one bleacher section began to distract New York Giant batters by waving handkerchiefs, newspapers and straw hats. Umpire William Brennan forfeits the game to the Giants....

  • August 30, 1913 (con't)

    NL President Thomas Lynch overrules Brennan and declares the Phillies the winners. New York appeals and the NL Board of Directors rule the game to be completed in New York on October 2. Phillies win, 8-6.

  • August 30, 1988

    RH Kent Tekulve relieves in 1,000th game (vs. San Francisco) to become only the second pitcher in baseball history to pitch in that many games. (Hoyt Wilhelm is all time leader, 1,070). Phillies beat Giants, 7-5, at the Vet.

  • August 31, 1979

    Farm director Dallas Green replaces Danny Ozark as the Phillies manager. Ozark finishes with a 594-510 record for six-plus seasons.

  • August 31, 1983

    LHP Al Holland picks up his eighth win out of the bullpen, 4-3, over visiting San Diego. Pirates, Phillies, Expos and Cardinals are in the race as September 1 rolls around. Difference between first and fourth place is two and a half games.

  • August 31, 2006

    1B Ryan Howard hits 49th home run to break Mike Schmidt's single-season record (48 in 1980) during a 6-5 loss at Washington.

  • September 1, 1945

    CF Vince DiMaggio sets a club record and ties the NL mark with his fourth grand slam of the season in an 8-3 win at Boston.

  • September 1, 1980

    Having watched the Phils bounce back and forth most of the season between second and third place, angry GM Paul Owens ripped into the team in a clubhouse meeting. Phils beat the Giants, 6-4, launching a streak in which they won 23 of their next 32 games and their fourth NL East title in five seasons.

  • September 1, 2014

    LHP Cole Hamels (9 innings), LHP Jake Diekman (1), RHP Ken Giles (1), RHP Jonathan Papelbon (1) throw the first combined no-hitter in franchise history, 7-0, over the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. Carlos Ruiz catches his third no-hitter, a Phillies record.

  • September 2, 1908

    RHP Frank Corridon goes the route as the Phillies beat Brooklyn, 2-1, in 17 innings at Baker Bowl. Corridon did not walk a batter.

  • September 2, 1983

    Pinch-hitting for Joe Morgan, Ozzie Virgil hits a grand slam walk-off home run at Veterans Stadium as Phillies beat San Francisco Giants, 5-3. It is Phillies second walk-off grand slam home run of the season.

  • September 3, 1972

    LHP Steve Carlton throws his eighth shutout, 8-0, at Atlanta, the most by a Phillies pitcher since Grover Cleveland Alexander had eight 55 years ago.

  • September 3, 2006, 1st game

    1B Ryan Howard hits three home runs, including his 50th, as the Phillies beat Atlanta, 8-7. Howard is the first Phillies player to reach 50 home runs.

  • September 4, 1962

    Phillies lose at Houston, 4-1, after winning the first 17 games of the season against the Colt 45s.

  • September 4, 1970

    Game in Pittsburgh is suspended with Pirates leading, 4-1, after six innings when the automatic tarpaulin gets stuck while trying to cover the field during rain. Game resumed next day with a Phillies rally falling short, 4-3.