MIAMI MARLINS (73-74) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (66-82)

MIAMI MARLINS (73-74) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (66-82)
Saturday, September 17, 2016 – Citizens Bank Park – 7:05 p.m. EDT – Game 149; Home 75
RHP José Ureña (4-6, 4.89) vs. RHP Jeremy Hellickson (11-9, 3.76)
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YESTERDAY’S ACTION: The Phillies defeated the Miami Marlins, 4-3, in 13 innings at Citizens Bank
Park … Starter Adam Morgan (ND) threw 4.1 innings, allowing 2 runs (0 ER) on 7 hits with 2 walks and
4 strikeouts … The Marlins broke a scoreless tie in the top of the 5th inning on an RBI double by Martin
Prado and an RBI single by J.T. Realmuto … Philadelphia took a 3-2 lead in the 6th inning on a solo HR
by Ryan Howard, an RBI double by Odubel Herrera, and a run-scoring groundout by Aaron Altherr …
Derek Dietrich tied the game in the 8th with a solo HR off reliever Edubray Ramos … The game
remained tied at 3-3 until the bottom of the 13th inning when Jimmy Paredes delivered a walk-off RBI
single off A.J. Ramos … Philadelphia’s bullpen allowed only 1 ER over 8.2 innings.
ABOUT LAST NIGHT…: On Friday night, the Phillies earned their 5th walk-off win of the season with
a 4-3, 13-inning victory over the Marlins … The 45 combined players used (24 MIA, 21 PHI) were the
most in a Phillies game since September 28, 2011 at ATL (PHI 25, ATL 20) … Last night’s contest took
four hours and 43 minutes to complete, which was Philadelphia’s longest game since August 23, 2014
vs STL (4:53, 6-5 loss in 12 inn) ... It was also their longest game in terms of innings since August 27,
2015 vs NYM (also 13 inn) … The Phillies improved to 7-5 in extra-innings this season with the win
(T-7th most in MLB) … Miami left 15 men on base, while Philadelphia stranded 12.
RYAN POWERED: Ryan Howard’s solo HR in the 6th inning last night the 41st of his career against
the Marlins, moving him past Chipper Jones (40 HR) for the most ever against the Marlins … It was
also the 379th HR of Howard’s career, putting him into a tie with Tony Perez and Orlando Cepeda for
70th place on MLB’s all-time HR list ... With two more long balls, he will move into a tie with Albert
Belle for 69th place … Since June 7th, Howard has hit 14 home runs in 158 at-bats (11.29 AB/HR),
which is the 2nd-highest HR rate among all Major League players (min. 150 AB) … Only MIN’s Brian
Dozier (10.57) has a higher rate during that period … Prior to this stretch, Howard hit .150 with 8 HR
and 19 RBI over his first 50 games of the season (147 AB, 18.38 AB/HR from 4/4-6/6).
STARTER SAUCE: Philadelphia’s starting pitchers have allowed three earned runs or fewer in 14
consecutive starts (9/3-current), their longest such streak since July 1-20, 2000 (17 straight) … During
their current streak, Phillies starters have combined to post a 2.12 ERA (20 ER, 85.0 IP), best among
all Major League clubs (next: LAD, 2.37 ERA, 18 ER, 68.1 IP) … They also rank 3rd over that stretch in
opponents OBP (.279), 4th in WHIP (1.06) & opp. SLG (.374), and 5th in opp. AVG (.226).
PUNCH DRUNK: The Phillies struck out 18 times last night, tying their single game season-high
(other: 7/18 vs MIA) … They have double-digit strikeout totals in seven of their last 10 games, and at
least nine K’s in each of those 10 games … Since the All-Star break, Philadelphia has the 2nd-most
strikeouts of any team in the majors (546 SO in 58 G, 9.41 AVG per game), trailing only the Milwaukee
Brewers (573 SO, 61 G) … The Phillies struck out 704 times in 90 games (7.82 AVG per G) in the first
half of the season, T-17th in MLB.
ON THIS DATE IN MLB HISTORY: September 17, 2001 – After a six-day hiatus, Major League
games were played for the first time since the September 11th terrorist attacks … During a pre-game
ceremony at Busch Stadium, Cardinals announcer Jack Buck captured the mood of a nation with the
reading of his original poem, "We Shall Overcome," and a new baseball tradition begins when God
Bless America is sung during the 7th-inning stretch of all six scheduled contests … The Phillies defeated
the Braves that day, 5-2, behind two HR’s from third baseman Scott Rolen (both off Greg Maddux).
FILET OF FISH: Sitting at 9-8 through their first 17 games, the Phillies are looking to lock up their
seventh consecutive winning season against the Marlins (10-9 in 2015, 10-9 in 2014, 12-7 in 2013, 108 in 2012, 12-6 in 2011, 13-5 in 2010) … Philadelphia has not finished a season with a sub-.500 record
versus the Marlins since 2008 (8-10; 9-9 in 2009).
A GOOD CROP ON THE FARM: The 2016 season was a very successful one for the Phillies player
development system … Every one of the Phillies domestic minor league affiliates finished above .500
for the first time since 1953 (9 teams over .500 in 1953) … Considering only domestic minor league
teams, the Phillies combined .595 minor league winning percentage (412-280) ranked first among all
organizations … Including foreign teams, their .581 winning percentage (482-348) ranked second in
baseball only to Seattle (.590, 451-314) … Philadelphia had four minor league affiliates qualify for the
playoffs, the most in one year since MiLB’s records began tracking all teams’ postseason appearances
in 2005 … The Phillies’ six domestic minor league teams combined to post a 3.34 ERA and a .262 team
batting average in the regular season … Every team had an ERA of 3.85 or lower, and four of the six
hit better than .260 … Additionally, they had six Phillies minor leaguers with 20 or more home runs in
a season for the first time since 1983 (seven players) … Reading OF Dylan Cozens (40 HR) and 1B
Rhys Hoskins (38 HR) were the top two home run hitters in minor league baseball … Lakewood OF
Jose Pujols (24 HR, T-23rd) and Reading INF/OF Jake Fox (23 HR, T-27th) also ranked in the top 30
among all players in MiLB.
PHILLIES PHACTS
Record: 66-82 (.446)
Home: 33-41
Road: 33-41
Current Streak: Won 1
Last 5 Games: 3-2
Last 10 Games: 4-6d
Series Record: 16-25-6
Sweeps/Swept: 5/8
PHILLIES VS. MARLINS
2016 Record: 9-8
2016 at Home: 4-4
2016 at MIA: 5-4
All-Time Record: 217-178
All-Time at Citizens Bank Park: 70-50
All-Time at Marlins Park: 22-24
Current Streak: Won 1
PHILLIES AT HOME
Games Played: 74
Record: 33-41 (.446)
CBP (est. 2004): 565-484 (.539)
Batting Average: .225
Runs/Runs Per Game: 243/3.28
Home Runs: 71
Stolen Bases: 40
ERA: 3.94
Starters W-L: 21-31
Starters ERA: 3.75
Relievers W-L: 12-10
Relievers ERA: 4.27
Saves/Opp: 19/27
PHILLIES AT A GLANCE
April: 14-10
May: 12-16
June: 9-19
July: 13-14
Aug: 12-14
Sept: 6-9
Oct: 0-0
Monday: 6-12
Tuesday: 10-12
Wednesday: 12-11
Thursday: 7-8
Friday: 10-14
Saturday: 10-13
Sunday: 11-12
vs East: 27-37
vs Cent: 12-21
vs West: 18-15
vs AL: 9-9
Day: 21-29
Night: 45-52
1st Half: 42-48
2nd Half: 24-34
INSTANT REPLAY RESULTS
*Manager’s challenges, since 2014
PHI All-Time Challenges: 110
Overturned: 59
Success Rate: 53.6%
2016 Challenges: 41
Overturned: 23
Success Rate: 56.1%
Last Challenge: 9/14 vs PIT
Situation: T6, 1 out, runner on 1 B
Result: OVERTURNED: the replay official
determined that the ball contacted the
interior of the fielder’s glove prior to the
runner touching 1st base. Runner is out.
PHILLIES RECORD WHEN THEY…
Score First:
Opp. Score First:
Score 4 or more:
Score 3 or less:
43-26
23-56
52-22
14-60
Lead After 6:
Tied After 6:
Trail After 6:
DATE
Sunday, September 18 vs MIA
Monday, September 19
TIME
1:35 EDT
45-9
13-13
8-60
Lead After 7:
Tied After 7:
Trail After 7:
53-7
8-8
5-67
Lead After 8:
Tied After 8:
Trail After 8:
57-5
8-7
1-70
Out-Hit Opp:
Hits equal:
Out-Hit by Opp:
Hit no HR:
Hit at least 1 HR:
45-8
7-7
14-67
11-38
55-44
Last AB Decisions:
Walk-off Decisions:
Starter goes > 6.0 IP
Starter goes 6.0 IP
Starter goes < 6.0 IP
UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHERS & BROADCAST SCHEDULE
PROBABLE PITCHERS
RHP Andrew Cashner (5-11, 5.22) vs. RHP Alec Asher (1-0, 1.46)
*OFF DAY*
TV
CSN
11-15
5-5
19-16
28-24
19-41
2016 PHILLIES NOTES
JEREMY HELLICKSON  RHP
Height: 6-1
Weight: 190
2016: 11-9, 3.76 ERA
#58
Age: 29 (born: 4/8/87)
Career: 60-57, 3.91 ERA
LAST START: 9/12 vs PIT: W, 6.1 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 HR, 3 BB, 6 SO …
Hellickson vs Cole … Phillies won, 6-2 … The Phillies defeated the Pittsburgh
Pirates, 6-2, at Citizens Bank Park … Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead in the 1st inning
on a fielding error by Ryan Howard … Philadelphia exploded for 5 runs in the
bottom of the 2nd inning … Freddy Galvis hit a solo HR before Cody Asche
ripped an RBI double to right and Roman Quinn hit a 2-run double to left for his
first Major League hit … Cesar Hernandez later scored in the frame on an RBI
ground out by Maikel Franco … Quinn added another RBI double in the 6th
inning to make it 6-1 Phillies … Jorge Alfaro also collected his first ML hit with a
pinch single in the 8th inning.
TONIGHT’S START:
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Home Free: Is 6-3, 2.81 ERA (26 ER, 83.1 IP) over his last 13 starts at
CBP (5/13-current)… Has posted a 1.01 WHIP (18 BB, 66 H) and held
opponents to a .219/.268/.381 slash line in that span… Over his first 2
career starts at CBP (4/15-20/16), was 0-1, 11.05 ERA (9 ER, 7.1 IP)…
He had a 2.59 WHIP (2 BB, 17 H) and opponents were slashing
436/.476/.846 against him
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Right Hand Dominance: Has walked only 12 of the 382 right handed
hitters he has faced this season (3.1% BB rate) and has held RHH to a
.259 OBP over his 29 starts with the Phillies
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The ACE Club: Has posted a 1.18 WHIP (42 BB, 162 H, 172.1 IP) while
holding opposing hitters to a .248 AVG (652 AB) this season … Since
2005, only 3 other Phillies starters have posted a 1.15 WHIP or lower
while holding opposing hitters to a sub .250 AVG over a full season: Cole
Hamels (5x, 2007-08, 2011-12 & 2014), Cliff Lee (2x, 2011 & 2013) &
Roy Halladay (2x, 2010-11)
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Supreme Flounder: Is 2-2, 3.17 ERA (19 ER, 54.0 IP) in 9 career starts
against Miami … His teams are 7-2 in those 9 games … Has posted a 2.58
ERA (11 ER, 38.1 IP) and 0.94 WHIP (33 H, 4 BB) over his last 6 starts
against the Marlins (7/21/15-current)
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Pulling the String: Opponents are slashing .169/.218/.295 in 179 plate
appearances against him that have ended with a changeup this season…
On change ups that have found the strike zone in 2016, opponents are
making contact just 68.8% of the time, compared to 77.8% last season,
per PITCHf/x data
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vs MIA at Home: 2-1, 3.42 ERA (10 ER, 26.1 IP) in 4 starts
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vs NL East: 7-8, 4.61 ERA (73 ER, 142.2 IP) in 25 starts
HELLICKSON – 2016 DAY-BY-DAY
DATE-OPP
4/4 at CIN
4/10 at NYM
4/15 vs WSH
4/20 vs NYM
4/27 at WSH
APRIL
5/2 at STL
5/7 at MIA
5/13 vs CIN
5/18 vs MIA
5/24 at DET
5/30 vs WSH
MAY
6/4 vs MIL
6/10 at WSH
6/15 vs TOR
6/20 vs ARI
6/25 at SF
JUNE
7/1 vs KC
7/6 vs ATL
7/15 vs NYM
7/20 vs MIA
7/25 at MIA
7/30 at ATL
JULY
8/5 at SD
8/10 at LAD
8/20 vs STL
8/27 at NYM
AUGUST
9/2 vs ATL
DECISION
ND, L, 6-2
W, 5-2
L, 9-1
ND, W, 5-4
W, 3-0
2-1
L, 10-3
ND, W, 4-3
W, 3-2
W, 4-2
L, 3-1
ND, L, 4-3
2-2
ND, L, 6-3
L, 9-6
L, 7-2
L, 3-1
W, 3-2
1-3
W, 4-3
ND, W, 4-3
L, 5-3
W, 4-1
ND, W, 4-0
W, 9-5
3-1
W, 5-4
ND, W, 6-2
W, 4-2
L, 12-1
2-1
ND, L, 8-4
9/7 at MIA
9/12 vs PIT
L, 6-0
W, 6-2
SEPTEMBER
H
3
3
7
10
2
25
7
8
4
5
7
3
34
7
9
5
6
5
32
5
4
7
5
1
9
31
6
3
7
7
23
5
R
1
2
6
4
0
13
6
3
2
2
3
1
17
3
7
4
3
2
19
1
2
4
1
0
3
11
3
1
2
5
11
4
ER
0
2
5
4
0
11
6
3
0
2
3
1
15
3
7
4
3
1
18
1
1
4
1
0
3
10
3
1
2
5
11
4
HR
0
1
1
2
0
4
3
2
0
0
0
1
6
1
3
1
1
0
6
0
0
2
1
0
0
3
1
0
1
2
4
1
BB
0
1
1
1
3
6
4
1
1
1
1
0
8
3
3
3
0
1
10
1
2
0
0
1
1
5
2
1
1
3
7
3
SO
6
5
3
6
8
28
5
4
9
4
7
8
37
4
2
4
6
3
21
6
3
5
8
1
2
25
3
7
8
4
22
6
ERA
0.00
1.54
4.30
5.21
3.81
3.81
4.88
4.91
4.12
3.99
3.97
3.68
3.58
3.80
4.34
4.46
4.41
4.23
5.40
4.06
3.92
4.03
3.84
3.65
3.70
2.39
3.72
3.65
3.60
3.80
4.37
3.88
6.0
6.1
9
3
4
1
3
0
0
0
0
3
1
6
3.90
3.76
18.0
17
9
7
1
6
13
CBP: 6-4, 3.47 ERA (35 ER, 90.2 IP) in 15 starts (all in 2016)
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2015: 6-5, 4.00 ERA (32 ER, 72.0 IP) in 13 starts
Career: 32-28, 3.63 ERA (201 ER, 498.1 IP) in 87 games (84 GS)
8.0, 7/20 vs MIA
10, 4/20 vs NYM
7, 6/10 at WSH
7, 6/10 at WSH
4, 5/2 at STL
9, 5/13 vs CIN
3, 2x, last: 6/10 at WSH
N/A
N/A
4 G, 7/20-8/20
4 G, 5/24-6/20
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
HR
CG
SHO
Win Streak
Loss Streak
2016:
Career:
W-L
11-9
60-57
ERA G
GS
3.76 29 29
3.91 171 164
2016:
Career:
W-L
2-1
2-2
ERA
2.59
3.17
9.0, 2x, last: 9/4/11 vs BAL
10, 4x, last: 4/20/16 vs NYM
8, 3x, last: 6/13/13 vs KC
8, 3x, last: 6/13/13 vs KC
7, 6/8/12 at MIA
10, 4/6/11 vs LAA
3, 5x, last: 6/10/16 at WSH
2, last: 9/4/11 vs BAL
1, 5/13/11 vs BAL
6 G, 2x, last: 6/19-7/26/13
6 G, 5/21-7/13/12
IP
172.1
958.1
H
162
910
R
ER BB
80 72 42
443 416 295
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Had a 4-game winning streak, 7/20-8/20 (6 G) … The Phillies won all 6
games he started in that span
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Tossed at least 6.0 innings in a career-best 9 straight games (previous: 5
straight, several times) … Is tied for the longest streak by a Phillies
pitcher this season (other: Nola, 9 straight)
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Snapped a 9-game losing streak vs AL opponents on 7/1 vs KC … Had
been 0-9 in 15 starts from 8/12/14-6/15/16… His team was 1-14 in those
15 games
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Posted a 0.96 ERA and held opponents to a .127 AVG over his first 3 road
starts… Became only the 2nd PHI pitcher since 1912 to have an ERA and
opponent’s average as low over his first 3 road starts (Dick Ruthven in
1979, 0.76 ERA, .127 BA) – courtesy Elias
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Made his Phillies debut on 4/4 at CIN (ND, 6.0 IP, 0 ER)… Was the first
Phillies starter to make his Phillies debut on Opening Day since RHP Roy
Halladay, 4/5/10 at WSH (W, 7.0 IP, ER)… Only the 8th starting pitcher to
make his Phillies debut on Opening Day since 1913
CAREER:
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Acquired by PHI on 11/14/15 from ARI for RHP Sam McWilliams
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Won the 2011 American League Rookie of the Year Award; became just
the 2nd starting pitcher to win the award over the previous 32 seasons
(other: DET’s Justin Verlander in 2006)
In 2011 led all ML rookies in ERA (2.95), innings (189.0), CG (2), OPP
AVG (.210), starts (29) and quality starts (20)
G
5
9
GS
5
9
IP
31.1
54.0
H
28
49
R
10
20
ER
9
19
ANDINO
BOUR
DIETRICH
FRANCOEUR
GILLESPIE
GORDON
HECHAVARRIA
JOHNSON
KELLY
MATHIS
OZUNA
PRADO
REALMUTO
ROJAS
STANTON
SUZUKI
YELICH
ALTHERR
ASCHE
BLANCO
BOURJOS
ELLIS
FRANCO
GALVIS
GOEDDEL
HERNANDEZ
HERRERA
JOSEPH
RUF
RUPP
avg
.143
.200
.188
.273
.000
.429
.188
.571
.000
.091
.294
.182
.222
.250
.067
.174
.333
avg
.000
.000
.000
.167
.000
.000
.429
.333
.200
.500
1.000
.000
.000
HELLICKSON vs MARLINS
ab
h
2b
3b
14
2
1
0
10
2
0
0
16
3
1
1
11
3
2
0
1
0
0
0
7
3
0
0
16
3
0
0
7
4
1
0
5
0
0
0
11
1
1
0
17
5
3
0
22
4
2
0
18
4
1
0
4
1
0
0
15
1
0
0
23
4
0
1
18
6
1
0
URENA vs PHILLIES
ab
h
2b
3b
hr
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
6
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
7
3
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
1
5
1
0
0
0
6
3
0
1
0
3
3
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
hr
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
rbi
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
2
1
0
2
0
1
rbi
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
3
0
0
bb
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
1
bb
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
ASHER – LAST 10 STARTS
G
GS
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
4.00
2
2
9.0
9
4
4
1
5
BB
4
14
SO
4
20
Last Start – 10/3/15 vs MIA: L, 2.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, SO
ASHER – 2016 AND CAREER
2016:
Career:
W-L
1-0
1-6
ERA
1.46
6.97
G
2
9
GS
2
9
IP
12.1
41.1
H
6
48
R
2
32
ER
2
32
SO
18
34
BATTER-PITCHER MATCH-UPS
ASHER vs MARLINS
ERA
BB
3
12
Last Start – 9/7/16 at MIA: L, 6.0 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, SO
TOMORROW’S STARTER vs MIAMI – RHP ALEC ASHER vs RHP ANDREW CASHNER
2016:
Career:
SO
144
728
HELLICKSON vs MARLINS
2016 SEASON
W-L
N/A
0-2
3.44
CAREER HIGHS
HELLICKSON – 2016 AND CAREER
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1-1
IP
6.0
5.2
3.0
4.1
7.0
26.0
5.1
5.1
7.0
6.0
7.0
7.0
37.2
5.0
6.0
6.0
7.0
6.0
30.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
8.0
6.0
5.2
37.0
6.2
5.0
7.0
4.0
22.2
6.0
2016 HIGHS
HOME:
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PAGE 2
TONIGHT’S STARTER
DATE-OPP
*4/30 vs BUF
*5/6 vs SWB
*5/12 at COL
*5/17 vs SYR
DECISION
W
W
W
ND
#8/23 vs PIT (R) ND
#8/26 vs DET (R) ND
#8/30 vs NYY (R) ND
*9/3 at TRE ND
9/8 at WSH W, 4-1
9/13 vs PIT ND
*denotes minor league start
#denotes rehab start
IP
8.2
7.0
6.2
7.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
6.0
6.1
H
2
3
6
4
1
1
2
5
2
4
R
2
1
1
4
1
0
1
2
0
2
ER
0
0
1
4
0
0
1
2
0
2
HR
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
BB
0
2
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
3
SO
5
5
5
4
1
1
4
5
0
4
so
0
0
0
2
1
2
0
2
1
0
0
1
3
so
3
1
2
5
0
2
1
1
0
5
3
1
2
0
5
1
2
2016 PHILLIES NOTES
PAGE 3
BULLPEN NOTES
2016 TOTALS
Starters
Relievers
W-L
44-59
22-23
ERA
4.40
4.54
IP
837.0
477.2
H
846
490
R
447
255
ER
409
241
HR
122
73
BB
231
184
SO
731
466
AVG
.263
.265
OPS
.764
.778
MISC
75 QS/148 GS
40 SV/56 SVO
The Phillies Bullpen:
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Last night marked the 1st time the Phillies bullpen threw 8.2 innings or more and allowed 1 ER or fewer since 5/25/11 vs CIN (1 ER, 12.0 IP)
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Has posted a NL-worst 6.11 ERA (31 ER, 45.2 IP) over their last 15 G (9/2-current)
#57  LUIS GARCIA  RHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: 1.0 IP, 1 H, 2 BB, 1 SO
Homestand: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (2.1 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 4/1
SV/Opp: 0/1
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
vs MIA (career): 1-1, 2.65 ERA (5 ER, 17.0 IP) in 15 G
CBP (career): 5-5, 2 SV, 4.23 ERA (31 ER, 66.0 IP) in 66 G
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/10 … Marks his 4th stint with PHI this season (others: 4/24-28, 6/10-13; 8/2-13)
Each of his last 17 appearances in AAA were scoreless (17.1 IP); went 12-for-12 in save opportunities over that stretch (since 7/14)
Is LV’s all-time saves leader (38); passed Scott Mathieson on 7/30
2016 with LV: 6-3, 13 SV, 2.14 ERA (13 ER, 54.2 IP), 1.13 WHIP, .203 opp. AVG in 48 G
In 2015, he posted the lowest ERA (1.14) among all ML relievers against the NL East (min. 30 IP)
#46  JEANMAR GOMEZ  RHP
Last App: 9/14 vs PIT: SV, 0.2 IP, H, SO… 2 IR/0 scored
Homestand: 0-1, BS, 16.20 ERA (3 ER, 1.2 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 11/2
SV/Opp: 37/42
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 6 SV, BS, 2.70 ERA (3 ER, 10.0 IP) in 10 G
vs MIA (career): 2-0, 6 SV, BS, 1.55 ERA (5 ER, 29.0 IP) in 20 G (1 GS)
CBP (career): 3-3, 17 SV, 6 BS, 3.76 ERA (29 ER, 69.1 IP) in 66 G
Ranks 9th on the Phillies all-time single season saves list with 37 (next: 8th place, 38 saves; Papelbon in 2012 & Wagner in 2005)
Is just the 7th pitcher in Phillies history to collect 35 or more saves in a single season … Others: Mesa (45 & 42 SV’s), Williams (43), Lidge (41),
Bedrosian (40), Papelbon (39 & 38) and Wagner (38)
Is only the 11th pitcher in Phillies history with 30 or more saves in a season (last: Papelbon, 39 SV in 2014)
Struck out the side on 8/13 vs COL, the first Phillies pitcher to do so in a save situation since Ken Giles on 8/9/15 at SD
Missed 2 games (8/3-4) while on the paternity list for the birth of his first child, Matthew (was born in Philadelphia on 8/4)
His 24 SV before the ASB tied Steve Bedrosian in 1987 and Jose Mesa in 2001 for the club record
#52  SEVERINO GONZALEZ  RHP
Last App: 9/15 vs PIT: 0.2 IP, 3 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 2 BB, SO
Homestand: 0-0, 67.50 ERA (5 ER, 0.2 IP) in 1 G
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IR/Scored: 10/7
SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 18.00 ERA (2 ER, 1.0 IP) in 2 G
vs MIA (career): 1-0, 6.00 ERA (4 ER, 6.0 IP) in 3 G (1 GS)
CBP (career): 2-2, 8.31 ERA (20 ER, 21.2 IP) in 12 G (2 GS)
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 7/22 (Daniel Stumpf DFA’d) … Is his 2nd stint with PHI this season (other: 6/17-7/10)
2016 with LV: 0-1, 3.31 ERA (13 ER, 35.1 IP) in 15 G (1 GS)
Made his first ML relief appearance, 6/17 vs ARI (1.2 IP, 2 H, 2 SO)
Began the season with Reading (AA) before being promoted to LV on 4/16… Transferred back to REA on 4/17 before being promoted back to LV on 4/29
2016 in the minors (REA and LV): 2-1, 2.93 ERA (15 ER, 46.0 IP), 35 SO, 8 BB, 1.17 WHIP in 21 G (1 GS)
Received the 2013 Paul Owens Award as the best pitcher in the Phillies minor league system
#30  DAVID HERNANDEZ  RHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: 1.2 IP, 2 H, 2 SO … 2 IR/1 scored
Homestand: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (2.0 IP) in 2 G
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IR/Scored: 13/3
SV/Opp: 1/2
vs MIA (2016): 1-1, 1.08 ERA (1 ER, 8.1 IP) in 8 G
vs MIA (career): 3-1, BS, 0.83 ERA (2 ER, 21.2 IP) in 19 G
CBP (career): 1-1, SV, 4.19 ERA (16 ER, 34.1 IP) in 35 G
Currently riding a 7.2-inning scoreless streak (7 G, 8/27-current)
Has a 5.20 ERA (21 ER, 36.1 IP) over his last 34 appearances (since 6/16) after posting a 2.37 ERA (8 ER, 30.1 IP) over his first 30 games of the season (4/4-6/13)
Averaging 10.26 SO/9.0 IP this season (76 SO, 66.2 IP), his highest SO per 9.0 IP average since a career-best 12.91 SO/9.0 IP mark in 2012 with ARI
His save on 5/14 vs CIN was his 1st since 7/12/13 vs MIL
Had a season-best 10.0-inning scoreless streak, 4/23-5/12 (7 G) … Had 13 SO in that span to only 1 BB (intentional BB)
#53  FRANK HERRMANN  RHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: W, 2.0 IP
Homestand: 1-0, 3.00 ERA (1 ER, 3.0 IP) in 2 G
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IR/Scored: -/SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): 1-0, 0.00 ERA (3.0 IP) in 2 G
vs MIA (career): 1-0, 0.00 ERA (3.0 IP) in 2 G
CBP (career): 1-1, 7.88 ERA (7 ER, 8.0 IP) in 7 G
On 9/16 vs MIA, earned his first ML win since 8/31/11 vs OAK (with CLE)
His appearance on 8/17 vs LAD was his first in the majors since 10/3/12 with CLE vs CWS
Had a 10.2-inning scoreless streak in the majors (9/14/12-8/18/16) … Allowed only 5 base runners (0.47 WHIP, BB, 4 H) during the streak
Had his contract selected from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 8/17 (Araujo optioned, Nola transferred to 60-day DL)
2016 with LV: 6-1, 1.72 ERA (6 ER, 31.1 IP), 31 SO, 6 BB, .205 OPP AVG, 0.96 WHIP in 27 relief appearances
Made 95 relief appearances in the majors with CLE from 2010-12: 4-1, SV, 4.26 ERA (57 ER, 120.1 IP), 72 SO, 29 BB, .275 OPP AVG, 1.33 WHIP
Began the season on the 7-day DL at LV before being activated on 5/21
Was a non-roster invitee to ML Spring Training but did not appear in a game due to a right forearm strain
Earned economics degree from Harvard University in 2006 … Signed by CLE as a non-drafted free agent, 8/14/05
#43  PHIL KLEIN  RHP
Last ML App: 8/3 vs SF: ND, 5.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 4 ER, BB, 3 SO
Road Trip: N/A
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IR/Scored: -/SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): N/A
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
CBP (career): 0-0, 7.20 ERA (4 ER, 5.0 IP) in 1 GS
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/10; 2nd stint with PHI this season
Was named International League Player of the Month for August (5 GS, 4-0, 1.06 ERA, 4 ER, 34.0 IP); 2nd player in IronPigs history to earn the honor
In August, led the IL in WHIP (0.65; 18 H, 4 BB), opp. AVG (.154) and strikeouts (46; 12.18 SO/9.0 IP, 11.5 SO/BB)
Made his Phillies debut on 8/3 vs SF (ND, 5.0 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO)
Went 5-1, 1.96 ERA (17 ER, 78.0 IP, 18 BB, 88 SO) in 22 minor league games this season (11 GS)
Has appeared in 37 Major League games from 2014-16 (37 G, 3 GS, 2-3, 5.04 ERA, 28 ER, 50.0 IP)
Was claimed off waivers by PHI from TEX on June 19th
Began the season in the Rangers organization; went 0-1, 5.19 ERA in 8 G with TEX before being DFA’d on 6/9
Was originally selected by TEX in the 30th round of the June 2011 draft out of Youngstown State University
#31  MICHAEL MARIOT  RHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: 1.0 IP, 2 SO
Homestand: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (2.2 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 8/4
SV/Opp: 0/1
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
CBP (career): 1-0, BS, 2.19 ERA (3 ER, 12.1 IP) in 13 G
8 of his last 9 appearances have been scoreless (1.17 ERA, 1 ER, 7.2 IP since 8/29)
Collected his 2nd career ML win 8/18 vs LAD, his first since 6/27/14 vs LAA
Made his Phillies debut on 8/3 … Became the 1,999th player to ever appear in a game for PHI … Was his 1st ML appearance since 9/22/15
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 8/3 (Gomez placed on Paternity Leave list)
Began the season on the 15-day DL (right ankle sprain) … Appeared in 3 rehab games with Clearwater (A) and 3 with Reading (AA)
Was activated on 5/18 and optioned to LV the same day … 2016 with LV: 1-2, 2.23 ERA (8 ER, 32.1 IP), 24 SO, 13 BB, 0.90 WHIP, .150 OPP AVG
Had made 19 career relief appearances in MLB prior to his PHI debut, all with KC (2014-15)
2016 PHILLIES NOTES
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BULLPEN NOTES
#60  COLTON MURRAY  RHP
Last App: 9/15 vs PIT: 0.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, SO… 2 IR/2 scored
Homestand: 0-0, 81.00 ERA (3 ER, 0.1 IP) in 1 G
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IR/Scored: 18/9
SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.2 IP) in 2 G
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 3.38 ERA (1 ER, 2.2 IP) in 3 G
CBP (career): 0-0, 5.75 ERA (13 ER, 20.1 IP) in 17 G
Had a 1.38 ERA (2 ER, 13.0 IP) in his first 10 G with PHI this season, but has posted an 10.50 ERA (14 ER, 12.0 IP) over his last 10 ML appearances (5/31-current)
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/2 … Marks his 2nd stint with the Phillies this season (other: 4/30-6/16)
Has allowed all of his last five IR to score after stranding 9 of his first 11 this season
2016 with LV: 2-2, 2.95 ERA (12 ER, 36.2 IP), 36 SO, 15 BB in 27 G
Tossed a career-high 3.0 innings on 5/23 at DET
Made his ML debut, 9/2/15 at NYM (1.0 IP, H, R, ER, 2 SO, HR)
#50  HECTOR NERIS  RHP
Last App: 9/13 vs PIT: 1.0 IP, H, IBB, 2 SO
Homestand: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (2.0 IP) in 2 G
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IR/Scored: 19/4
SV/Opp: 1/4
vs MIA (2016): 1-1, 3.72 ERA (4 ER, 9.2 IP) in 9 G
vs MIA (career): 2-1, 2.30 ERA (4 ER, 15.2 IP) in 14 G
vs CBP (career): 4-4, SV, 3.13 ERA (21 ER, 60.1 IP) in 53 G
Is only 6 strikeouts shy of becoming just the 4th Phillies reliever to collect 100 SO in a season (last: Diekman, 100 in 2014)
Has posted a 2.3 bWAR this season, highest by a PHI reliever since Jonathan Papelbon (2.8), in 2014
Had an 11.2-inning scoreless streak, 8/7-31; was the longest by a PHI reliever this season
Over his last 39 G (since 6/17): 1.58 ERA, 7 ER, 40.0 IP, 52 SO, 7 unintentional BB, 0.95 WHIP, .552 opp. OPS … 5 IR/0 scored
Has struck out 94 of the 297 batters he has faced this season (31.6% SO rate)
Has a 1.60 ERA (13 ER, 73.0 IP) in 71 of his 73 appearances this season… Allowed 6 ER in 1.1 IP in his other two (5/30 vs WSH & 6/15 vs TOR)
His 46 appearances before the ASB were the most by a PHI reliever since 2004 (Cormier) and only 1 shy of Kent Tekulve’s club record 47 in 1987
Had a 1.29 ERA (4 ER, 28.0 IP) and 0.71 WHIP (7 BB, 13 H) over his first 26 G this season (4/4-5/29)
Earned his 1st career save, 5/1 vs CLE
Had a career-long 14.2-inning scoreless streak, 9/23/15-4/22/16 (13 G)… Recorded a 9.2-inning scoreless streak, 5/9-29 (9 G)
Made his 1st Opening Day roster in 2016
#61  EDUBRAY RAMOS  RHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: BS, 2.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 SO, 1 HR
Homestand: 0-0, 2.25 ERA (1 ER, 4.0 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 17/3
SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 1.80 ERA (1 ER, 5.0 IP) in 4 G
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 1.80 ERA (1 ER, 5.0 IP) in 4 G
CBP (career): 1-1, 3.00 ERA (6 ER, 18.0 IP) in 18 G
Has stranded 82.3% of the runners he has inherited this season (14 of 17)
Has struck out 26.7% (40 SO, 150 BF) of the batters he has faced with PHI
Collected his first ML win, 7/16 vs NYM
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 6/24 (Andrew Bailey DL’d) and made his ML debut that night at SF (0.1 IP)
2016 with LV: 1-0, 3 SV, 0.38 ERA (1 ER, 23.2 IP) in 15 G… 2016 with REA: 1-1, 7 SV, 2.40 ERA (4 ER, 15.0 IP) in 11 G
2016 with REA and LV: 2-1, 10 SV, 1.16 ERA (5 ER, 38.2 IP), 0.72 WHIP (4 BB, 24 H), and 41 SO in 26 G
Had a 17.2-inning scoreless streak, 6/2-6/5 (2.0 IP with REA followed by 15.2 IP with LHV)
At the time of his recall was leading all Phillies minor leaguers (min. 35.0 IP) in ERA, WHIP and SO/BB ratio (10.25)
#63  JOELY RODRIGUEZ  LHP
Last App: 9/16 vs MIA: 1.0 IP, 1 SO
Homestand: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.1 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 4/0
SV/Opp: -/-
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP) in 1 G
CBP (career): 0-0, 0.00 ERA (1.1 IP) in 3 G
Made his ML debut, 9/11 at WSH (0.1 IP, 1 IR/0 scored)
Had his contract selected on 9/10 from Lehigh Valley (AAA)
9 of his last 12 minor league appearances were scoreless (0-0, 1.59 ERA, 3 ER, 17.0 IP)
Spent majority of the season with Reading (AA); was promoted to Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 8/2
Went 7-0, 2.35 ERA (20 ER, 76.2 IP) in 53 appearances combined this season between LV, Reading and Clearwater (A)
Held LHH to a .195 AVG (17-87) between all three levels
Was originally signed by PIT as an amateur free agent on 3/25/09; traded to PHI for Antonio Bastardo on 12/10/14
#62  PATRICK SCHUSTER  LHP
Last App: 9/10 at WSH: 0.0 IP, H, 2 R, 2 ER, BB, HR (Harper)
Road Trip: 0-0, 27.00 ERA (3 ER, 1.0 IP) in 3 G
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IR/Scored: 6/1
SV/Opp: -/-
Made his Phillies debut on 9/7 at MIA (0.2 IP, R, ER, BB)
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/2 … Marks his 1st stint with Philadelphia this season
Claimed off waivers by the Phillies on 8/12 from Oakland before being optioned to LV the same day
Made his ML debut with OAK on 7/5 at MIN … 2016 with OAK: 0-0, 10.80 ERA (8 ER, 6.2 IP) in 5 G
2016 with LV: 0-0, 1.50 ERA (1 ER, 6.0 IP) in 6 G
Selected by ARI in 13th round of June 2009 draft out of J.W. Mitchell High School (FL)
vs MIA (2016): 0-0, 13.50 ERA (1 ER, 0.2 IP) in 1 G
vs MIA (career): 0-0, 13.50 ERA (1 ER, 0.2 IP) in 1 G
CBP (career): N/A
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HITTING NOTES
#38  JORGE ALFARO  C
vs MIA (2016): N/A
vs MIA (career): N/A
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .167 (1-6) in 3 games
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Homestand: .167 (1-6) in 3 games
Current Streak: 0-for-5
Collected his 1st ML hit Monday night in his 1st ML at-bat (Jared Hughes) … Made his 1st ML start, 9/13 vs PIT
Was recalled from Reading (AA) Sunday … Is his 2nd stint with PHI this season; spent one day (8/26 at NYM) with the club following the trade of Carlos Ruiz
Went 4-for-5, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 R in Game 3 of the Eastern League semifinals, 9/9 vs TRN
With REA: .285 (115-404), 21 2B, 15 HR, 67 RBI, 68 R in 97 games
Threw out 44.0 % of attempted base stealers (33 of 75), which was the 2nd-best percentage in the Eastern League
Tallied the most total chances in the EL (813) and made only 6 errors (.993 fielding %)
Was selected as an EL midseason All-Star and named Phillies Minor League Defender of the Month for July
Prior to this season, was named the 5th-best prospect in the Phillies system by Baseball America
Was acquired by PHI in the Cole Hamels trade with TEX on July 31, 2015, along with current teammates Alec Asher, Jerad Eickhoff and Jake Thompson
#23  AARON ALTHERR  OF
vs MIA (2016): .250 (2-8), RBI in 4 games
vs MIA (career): .174 (8-46), HR, 7 RBI in 14 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .233 (37-159), 4 HR, 25 RBI in 44 games
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Homestand: .357 (5-14), 2 RBI in 4 games
Current Streak: 3 G (.455, 5-11)
Tied his single-game career high with 5 RBI on 8/2 vs SF
Was activated from the DL on 7/28 after missing the first 103 games following left wrist surgery in March
Played in 13 rehab games with Lehigh Valley (AAA), Reading (AA), Clearwater (A) and the Gulf Coast Phillies (R): .341 (14-41), 2 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 7 BB, 8 SO, 2 SB, 10 R
Of his 67 career ML hits, 29 have been for extra bases (43.3%; 16 2B, 4 3B, 9 HR)
#25  CODY ASCHE  OF
vs MIA (2016): .071 (1-14), RBI in 5 games
vs MIA (career): .195 (8-41), HR, 2 RBI in 13 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .238 (142-596), 18 HR, 73 RBI in 188 games
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Road Trip: .000 (0-1) in 1 game
Current Streak: 0-for-2
Was recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/11 his second stint with the Phillies this season … Was originally with them from 6/2-8/12
With LV: .302 (26-86), 6 2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI, 14 R in 23 games
Has made 50 starts for the Phillies this season, all in LF
Is 0-for-8 as a pinch hitter this season … Career: .143 (5-35), 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB
Spent the first 53 games of the season on the disabled list with a right oblique strain … Was activated on 6/2
#4  ANDRES BLANCO  INF
vs MIA (2016): .182 (4-22), 2 RBI in 10 games
vs MIA (career): .246 (16-65), HR, 5 RBI in 25 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .260 (54-208), 6 HR, 20 RBI in 110 games
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Homestand: .143 (1-7) in 2 games
Current Streak: 1 G (.167, 1-6)
Was on the 15-day DL, 7/25-9/1 (fractured left index finger)
19 of his 45 hits this season are for extra bases (42.2%; 14 2B, 3B, 4 HR)
With RISP, is hitting .349 (15-43)
Hitting .192 (5-26), 2 2B, 2 HBP, 3 RBI as a pinch hitter this season … Career: .221 (17-77), 8 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 5 BB, 2 HBP, SAC
Has made 34 starts this season: 15 at 3rd base, 13 at 2nd base, 5 at SS and 1 at 1st base (last: 9/16 vs MIA; 3B) … Made 48 starts last season
#17  PETER BOURJOS  OF
vs MIA (2016): .292 (14-48), 5 RBI in 16 games
vs MIA (career): .286 (18-63), 5 RBI in 25 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .229 (38-166), HR, 8 RBI in 62 games
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Homestand: .333 (1-3) in 3 games
Current Streak: 1 G (.333, 1-3)
NL Rankings: T-6th in triples (7)
Has reached base via an error 7 times this season, which is tied for 4th-most among all NL players
Went on the 15-day DL on July 28 (right shoulder sprain) … Activated 8/12 following a 5-game rehab assignment with Lehigh Valley (AAA) - .278 (5-18), HR, 2 RBI
Reached base safely in a then team-best 22 straight games, 6/17-7/16 (.447 OBP)
Batted .463 (25-54) duiring a career-best 14-game hitting streak, 6/21-7/5
Has made 97 starts this season: 92 in RF & 5 in CF … Prior to his start in RF on Opening Day, had only played CF in his ML career (341 G/280 GS)
Is 0-for-4, RBI as a pinch hitter this season … Career: .104 (5-48), 2B, 3B, HR, 3 RBI, 4 BB
Collected an infield walk-off single, 4/20 vs NYM
#15  EMMANUEL BURRISS  INF/OF
vs MIA (2016): .333 (1-3) in 5 games
vs MIA (career): .189 (7-37), RBI in 20 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .212 (7-33) in 23 games
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Homestand: --- (0-0) in 1 game
Current Streak: 0-for-6
Had his contract selected from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 8/19 … Opened the season with the Phillies before being outrighted to LV on 6/4
With LV: .263 (46-175), 6 2B, 3B, 13 RBI, 9 BB, 25 SO, 6 SB, CS, 21 R in 50 games
Has made 5 starts for the Phillies this season: 3 at 2nd base and 2 in LF (last: 8/23 at CWS; 2B) … Has also appeared at 1st base (1 G) and shortstop (1 G)
Is hitting .100 (2-20), BB, HBP as a pinch hitter this season … Has batted .133 (6-45), 3B, 3 BB, HBP in his ML career
Has made 144 career starts at 2nd base, 40 at SS, 4 at 3rd base and 2 in LF (6 G) … Also has appeared at 1st base (3 G) and RF (2 G)
#34  A.J. ELLIS  C
vs MIA (2016): .077 (1-13) in 4 games
vs MIA (career): .241 (13-54), 5 RBI in 17 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .125 (4-32), HR, 3 RBI in 12 games
Homestand: .000 (0-1) in 1 game
Current Streak: 0-for-1
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Was acquired by the Phillies on 8/25 from LAD (along with RHP Tommy Bergjans & a PTBNL) in exchange for Carlos Ruiz and cash
Has started a combined 48 games this season, all at catcher
Has thrown out 7 of 35 potential basestealers (20.0%) … Career: 26.9% (90-335)
Over the last 9 seasons (2008-16), has the lowest catchers ERA (3.32) among all Major League catchers
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Since the start of 2012, is T-4th in the NL with 80 CS (ARI’s Welington Castillo), behind TEX’ Jonathan Lucroy (114), STL’s Yadier Molina (104) and SF’s Buster Posey (101)
#7  MAIKEL FRANCO  3B
vs MIA (2016): .150 (9-60), HR, 4 RBI in 16 games
vs MIA (career): .194 (18-93), 2 HR, 8 RBI in 30 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .249 (112-449), 17 HR, 71 RBI in 118 games
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Is the first Phillies 3rd baseman to hit 20 HR in one season since Scott Rolen in 2001 (25)
Leads the team in HR (22), RBI (75), XBH (45) and total bases (218)
Homered in 4 straight games (7/3-6), becoming the first Phillie to do so since 2012 (Ryan Howard)
Had his 2nd career multi-HR game, 4/22 at MIL (other: 6/22/15 at NYY)
The Phillies are 15-6 (.714) this season when he has homered … Career: 24-10 (.706)
37.5 % (84 of 224) of his ML hits have gone for extra bases (46 2B, 2 3B, 36 HR)
Homestand: .222 (4-18), 2 RBI in 5 games
Current Streak: 0-for-6
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#13  FREDDY GALVIS  SS
vs MIA (2016): .254 (15-59), 2 HR, 6 RBI in 16 games
vs MIA (career): .245 (52-212), 4 HR, 25 RBI in 62 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .240 (183-764), 25 HR, 89 RBI in 231 games
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Homestand: .263 (5-19), 2 HR, 5 RBI in 5 games
Current Streak: 1 G (.200, 1-5)
NL Rankings: T-2nd in games (145) … T-7th in sacrifices (8)
Is the 3rd shortstop in Phillies history with at least 20 2B & 15 HR in 1 season, joining Jimmy Rollins (6 times) and Granny Hamner (1952-53)
Leads all NL shortstops in starts (141), fielding % (.990) and innings (1,250.2)
In his last 34 games, has 10 HR and 24 RBI
Has played 50 consecutive games (49 GS) without committing an error (7/22-current) … Played 44 consecutive games without an error, 4/9-5/28
Has established career highs in doubles (24), HR (19), XBH (46), total bases (213), RBI (65) and SB (13)
Had a career-high 5 RBI, 6/23 at MIN
#2  TYLER GOEDDEL  OF
vs MIA (2016): .250 (2-8) in 4 games
vs MIA (career): .250 (2-8) in 4 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .245 (26-106), 3 HR, 10 RBI in 45 games
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Homestand: .500 (2-4) in 1 game
Current Streak: 1 G (.500, 2-4)
Went hitless in 21 straight at-bats before singling on 9/14 vs PIT
Began his ML career 1-for-16 before hitting .316 (24-76) over his next 24 games (4/23-5/29) and now .126 (15-119) in his last 58 games
Has made 55 starts this season: 49 in LF and 6 in RF (last: 9/14 vs PIT; LF)
Slugged his 1st ML home run, 5/18 vs MIA (Urena)
Singled for his 1st ML hit, 4/12 vs SD (Erlin)… Collected his 1st ML RBI and has his 1st multi-hit game, 4/23 at MIL
Made his 1st career Opening Day roster … Made his ML debut on 4/6 at CIN in a start in LF
Was the 1st player selected in the 2015 Rule 5 Draft … Had never played above double-A prior to this season
#16  CESAR HERNANDEZ  2B
vs MIA (2016): .343 (23-67), 5 RBI in 17 games
vs MIA (career): .264 (38-144), 13 RBI in 48 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .260 (153-588), 6 HR, 44 RBI in 193 games
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Homestand: .250 (5-20) in 5 games
Current Streak: 3 G (.278, 5-18)
NL Rankings: 1st in bunt hits (12) … T-2nd in triples (9) … 2nd in infield hits (28) … 4th in singles (114) … T-6th in 4-hit games (3)
His 12 bunt hits are the most by a Phillie in one season since 1975, when Larry Bowa had 15
Is hitting .318 (93-292), 9 2B, 5 3B, 5 HR, 22 RBI, 40 BB, 14 SB, .401 OBP over his last 81 games (since 6/13)
Reached base safely in 24 straight starts, 7/23-8/20 (.474 OBP)
Tied his career high with 4 hits three times this season: 6/23 at MIN, 6/29 at ARI and 8/2 vs SF
#37  ODUBEL HERRERA  CF
vs MIA (2016): .297 (19-64), 3 RBI in 16 games
vs MIA (career): .331 (40-121), 7 RBI in 35 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .290 (140-483), 9 HR, 34 RBI in 143 games
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Homestand: .533 (8-15), RBI in 4 games
Current Streak: 4 G (.533, 8-15)
NL Rankings: T-2nd in games (145) … 4th in OF assists (11) … T-4th in infield hits (25) … T-5th in singles (112) … T-6th in 4-hit games (3)
Leads the team in games (145), hits (149), runs (75), walks (60) and SB (21)
Was named to and played in his 1st career All-Star game (0-1) … The first Phillies everyday center fielder to be selected since Shane Victorino in 2011
Maintained a .300 or better AVG and a .400 or better OBP for 47 straight games (4/29-6/19), which was the longest streak by a Phillie since 2007, when Chase Utley did
it for 49 straight games (7/4-9/30)
Among NL center fielders, ranks 2nd in hits (146) & OF assists (11), 3rd in walks (60), 3rd in OBP (.359), T-3rd in runs (73) and 4th in SB (20) & total bases (214)
Is hitting .163 (8-49) with RISP since July 6, dropping his season AVG with RISP from .305 to .267
Had 2 separate hitting streaks of at least 10 games (11 G, 4/8-30 & 10 G, 5/2-12)
Reached base safely in a career-best 21 straight games, 4/8-30 (.495 OBP)
Became the first Phillie since 1900 to score 4 runs, hit a HR and collect 2 SB or more, 4/23 at MIL
Walked in 7 straight games, 4/14-20… Was the longest streak by a Phillie since Hunter Pence in 2012 (7 G)
#6  RYAN HOWARD  1B
vs MIA (2016): .250 (3-12), HR, 2 RBI in 5 games
vs MIA (career): .286 (167-583), 41 HR, 123 RBI in 171 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .263 (723-2754), 197 HR, 578 RBI in 768 G
Homestand: .125 (1-8), HR, 2 RBI in 3 games
Current Streak: 1 G (.500, 1-2)
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His HR last night was his 41st career HR vs MIA, which moved him past Chipper Jones (40) for the most in MLB history
Has reached his 10th career 20-HR season … Only Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt has more (14) in Phillies history
Has 14 HR in his last 43 starts, including 7 HR in his last 14 home starts … Since the All-Star break: .269 (28-104), 5 2B, 10 HR, 24 RBI, .606 SLG %, .927 OPS
As a pinch hitter, is batting .211 (4-19), 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 BB … Career: .282 (22-78), 8 2B, 6 HR, 19 RBI, 7 BB
Hit his 11th HR of the season, 6/23 at MIN, giving him 12 straight years with 11 or more HR, which is 2nd-most in Phillies behind only Mike Schmidt (16 years, 1973-88)
Has made 73 starts at 1st base this season, but only 37 since May 31 … Has also started 9 games as the DH
31 of his 59 hits this season have gone for extra bases (52.5%; 9 2B, 22 HR), including 27 of his last 46 hits (58.7%)
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Over the last 11 seasons (2006-16), ranks 4th among all MLB players in HR (355) and RBI (1,118)
His walk-off HR on 4/29 vs CLE was the 6th of his career, T-2nd for most in Phillies history with Cy Williams (Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt is 1st with 10)
Is the Phillies all-time leader in games played at 1st base (1,469)
Has 29 career multi-HR games (last: 6/22/13 vs NYM) ... Ranks 2nd in Phillies history in multi-HR games, trailing Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt (44)
The Phillies are 13-9 (.591) this season when he has homered … 230-119 (.659) in his career … Went 12-11 (.522) last season
Ranks 2nd in Phillies history in HR (379, most among LHH); needs 169 more to tie Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt for the most (548)
*Ranks 2nd in Phillies history in RBI (1,186, most among LHH) … Needs 409 to tie Mike Scmidt for the franchise record (1,595)
Ranks 3rd in Phillies history in XBH (676) … Needs 130 more to tie Jimmy Rollins for 2nd place (806)
Ranks 5th in Phillies history in total bases (2,923) … Needs 106 more to tie Del Ennis for 4th place (3,029)
Ranks 7th in Phillies history in walks (705) … Needs 48 more to tie former teammate Jimmy Rollins for 6th place (753)
Ranks 7th in Phillies history in games (1,564) … Needs 66 more to tie Del Ennis for 6th place (1,630)
Ranks 10th in Phillies history in doubles (276) … Needs 11 more to tie Hall of Famer Richie Ashburn for 9th place (287)
Is the Phillies’ all-time grand slam leader (14; last: 8/12/16 vs COL – Jon Gray)
His 293 go-ahead RBI over the last 11 seasons (2006-16) are 3rd-most among all MLB players … Ranks 5th over that span in game-winning RBI (142)
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Ranks T-70th in MLB history in HR (379; Tony Perez/Orlando Cepeda), needs 2 more to tie Albert Belle for 69th place … Ranks 7th among all active players in HR & RBI (1,186)
*RBI total since 1920 when it became an official statistic
#19  TOMMY JOSEPH  1B
vs MIA (2016): .333 (13-39), 3 HR, 6 RBI in 12 games
vs MIA (career): .333 (13-39), 3 HR, 6 RBI in 12 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .243 (33-136), 8 HR, 13 RBI in 49 games
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Homestand: .364 (4-11), HR, RBI in 5 games
Current Streak: 3 G (.400, 4-10)
His 19 HR are 3rd-most by a Phillies rookie over the past 45 seasons (1972-2016) behind Ryan Howard (22 in 2005) and Scott Rolen (21 in 1997)
Slugged 12 HR through his first 48 games, which was the fastest to start a career in Phillies history … Previous record was 51 games by Darin Ruf
Went 4-for-4, 2B, HR, 3 R on 7/9 at COL … Was the first Phillies rookie 1st baseman with 4 or more hits in a game since 2005 (Ryan Howard, 8/3/05 at SF)
On 7/25 at MIA, became 1st ML rookie this season with a GW RBI in the 8th inning or later of a 0-0 game … Last PHI rookie to do so was Marlon Byrd on 9/5/03 vs NYM
Slugged his first career pinch HR, 7/8 at COL (McGee) … Was the first pinch HR for the Phillies this season
Became the first Phillie in over 100 years to hit at least 7 HR in his first 21 career games
Had his contract selected from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 5/13 (Darin Ruf optioned) and made his ML debut that night in a start vs CIN (0-2, BB, R)
Singled for his 1st ML hit, 5/16 vs MIA (Conley) … Slugged his 1st ML home run, 5/17 vs MIA (Chen)
With LV: .347 (33-95), 7 2B, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 4 BB, .370 OBP, .611 SLG % in 27 games
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#41  JIMMY PAREDES  INF/OF
vs MIA (2016): .250 (4-16), 3 RBI in 10 games
vs MIA (career): .300 (9-30), 5 RBI in 13 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .182 (14-77), 2 HR, 9 RBI in 37 games
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Homestand: 1.000 (1-1), RBI in 1 game
Current Streak: 1 G (1.000, 1-1)
Slugged his 1st career pinch-hit HR, 8/6 at SD (9th inning off Brandon Maurer)
Has made 22 starts since joining the Phillies: 16 in RF and 6 in LF (last: 8/30 vs WSH; LF)
Acquired from TOR on 6/1 in exchange for cash considerations … Had been designated for assignment by TOR on 5/30 after being acquired from BAL on 5/16
Is hitting .263 (10-38), 2B, HR, 6 RBI, BB as a pinch hitter this season … Career: .250 (15-60), 2 2B, HR, 8 RBI, 2 BB
Has appeared in 73 career games at 3rd base (60 GS), 76 in RF (61 GS), 19 at 2nd base (12 GS) and 20 in LF (8 GS)
Is the first Phillies player to wear #41 in a regular season game since Gavin Floyd in 2004 … Manager Charlie Manuel wore the number from 2005-13
#24  ROMAN QUINN  OF
vs MIA (2016): .000 (0-6) in 1 game
vs MIA (career): .000 (0-6) in 1 game
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .286 (6-21), 2 RBI in 5 games
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Homestand: .286 (6-21), 2 RBI in 5 games
Current Streak: 0-for-9
Mon. night vs PIT, collected his 1st ML hit (2B), RBI, double and multi-hit game
Was recalled from Reading (AA) Sunday and made his ML debut in a start in CF (0-3)
Batted .302 (93-308), 16 2B, 6 3B, 6 HR, 25 RBI, 64 R, 36 SB in 77 total minor league games this season between Reading and the Gulf Coast Phillies (rehab)
Hit .294 (5-17), 2 EBI, BB, 3 SB, 5 R in 4 Eastern League playoff games, 9/7-10
Finished 6th in the EL in stolen bases (31), despite playing in only 71 games with Reading
Was on the 7-day DL, 8/28-9/5, after being hit in the head by a pickoff throw … Spent over 6 weeks on the DL with a strained left oblique, 6/16-8/3
Prior to the 2016 season, was named the 9th-best prospect in the Phillies system by Baseball America
Was selected by the Phillies in the 2nd round of the June 2011 draft out of Port. St. Joe High School (FL)
#18  DARIN RUF  1B/OF
vs MIA (2016): .286 (2-7) in 3 games
vs MIA (career): .223 (21-94), 3 HR, 7 RBI in 32 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .233 (84-361), 21 HR, 51 RBI in 145 games
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Homestand: .000 (0-1) in 1 game
Current Streak: 0-for-2
Recalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA) on 9/2 … Began the season with the Phillies before optioned to LV on 5/13
With LV: .294 (103-350), 18 2B, 2 3B, 20 HR, 65 RBI, 29 BB, 78 SO, .356 OBP, .529 SLG %, .885 OPS in 95 games
At the time of his call-up, led the International League in OPS (.885) & SLG % (.529) and ranked 5th in HR (20) and T-8th in RBI (65)
Had a 16-game hitting streak for LV, 8/15-30 (.397, 25-63, 4 2B, 5 HR, 15 RBI)
Career vs LHP (ML): .294 (79-269) with a .902 OPS (13 2B, 3B, 16 HR, 32 BB)
68 of his 172 career ML hits (39.5%) have gone for extra bases (35 2B, 3B, 32 HR)
In the major leagues, has played 139 games at 1st base (92 starts), 74 in LF (63 starts), 29 in RF (27 starts) and 1 at 3rd base
Hitting .105 (2-19), RBI as a pinch hitter this season … Career: .113 (8-71), HR, 5 RBI, BB, 2 HBP
#29  CAMERON RUPP  C
vs MIA (2016): .146 (6-41), 2 RBI in 11 games
vs MIA (career): .190 (15-79), HR, 5 RBI in 22 games
At Citizens Bank Park (career): .243 (83-341), 12 HR, 37 RBI in 98 games
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Homestand: .188 (3-16), RBI in 4 games
Current Streak: 1 G (.167, 1-6)
Is just the 3rd Phillies catcher in the last 20 seasons (1997-current) to hit 15 or more HR in a single season … Others: Mike Lieberthal (5x) and Carlos Ruiz
Tied his career high with 4 RBI, 8/6 at SD (4x, last: 7/10/16 at COL)
Is hitting .345 (19-55) with RISP since May 12 after starting the season 1-for-15 in those situations
39 of his 90 hits this year have gone for extra bases (43.3%)
Has established career highs in hits (90), runs (34), doubles (22), HR (15), XBH (39), total bases (160), RBI (49) and SB (1)
Collected single-game career highs in hits (4), 7/10 at COL … Got his 1st ML stolen base, 4/22 at MIL
Has hit safely in 63 of his 95 starts this season (66.3%)
Has started a career-high 95 games this season … Made 79 starts last year and reached base safely in 57 of those starts
Has caught 10 runners in 49 SB attempts this season (20.4%) … Caught 18 of 51 (35.3%) runners last season … Career: 34 of 119 (28.6%)
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HIGHS & LOWS
TEAM BATTING
STARTS BY POSITION
PHILLIES
OPPONENTS
13 – 8/2 vs SF ......................... Most Runs, Game ......... 15 – 2x, last: 9/15 vs PIT
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7 – 7/4 vs ATL (2 ) ................ Most Runs, Inning .. 8 – 3x, last: 9/15 vs PIT (9th)
17 – 6/29 at ARI ....................... Most Hits, Game ..................... 17 – 6/16 vs TOR
7 – 8/7 at SD (4th) .................... Most Hits, Inning ... 7 – 2x, last: 9/15 vs PIT (9th)
5 – 2x, last: 8/6 at SD ........... Most Doubles, Game ...................... 6 – 6/26 at SF
2 – 3x, last: 6/24 at SF ........... Most Triples, Game........ 2 – 5x, last: 8/23 at CWS
4 – 2x, last: 7/5 vs ATL ...... Most Home Runs, Game ..... 6 – 2x, last: 6/17 vs ARI
8 – 7/4 vs ATL ...................... Most Extra-Base Hits ........9 – 2x, last: 9/15 vs PIT
5 – 7/23 at PIT ....................... Most Stolen Bases ...................... 3 – 4/30 vs CLE
2 – multiple games ................. Most Sacrifice Flies ................. 2 – multiple games
2 – multiple games .................. Most Sacrifice Hits ................. 2 – multiple games
8 – 2x, last: 9/12 vs PIT ................ Most Walks ................7 – 5x, last: 9/13 vs PIT
18 – 2x, last: 9/16 vs MIA.......... Most Strikeouts ...................... 18 – 4/29 vs CLE
16 – 5/15 vs CIN ..................... Most Left on Base ..................... 15 – 9/16 vs MIA
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
LF
CF
RF
P
DH
STARTS BY BATTING ORDER
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Most Runs, Game.......................................................... 4 – Herrera, 4/23 at MIL
Most Hits, Game .................................................................. 4 – multiple players
Most Doubles, Game ....................................................... 3 – Franco, 9/3 vs ATL
Most Triples, Game .............................................................. 1 – multiple players
Most Home Runs, Game ......2, 2x – Franco, 4/22 at MIL & Joseph – 6/10 at WSH
Most Extra-Base Hits, Game ......................................... 3 – Asche, 6/15 vs TOR
Most RBI, Game.............................................. 5 – 3x, last: Howard, 8/13 vs COL
Most Walks, Game ............................................................... 3 – multiple players
Most Sacrifice Flies, Game .................................................. 1 – multiple players
Most Sacrifice Hits, Game .............................................. 2 – Galvis, 6/23 at MIN
Most Hit-By-Pitch, Game ..................................................... 2 – Ruiz, 7/2 vs KC
Most Stolen Bases, Game.................................................... 2 – multiple players
Most Caught Stealing, Game .............................................. 1 – multiple players
Longest Hit Streak....................................................... 14 G – Bourjos, 6/21-7/5
Longest HR Streak.................................................................. 4 – Franco, 7/3-6
Longest On-Base Streak ....................................... 24 G – Hernandez, 7/23-8/17
Longest RBI Streak ................................................................ 6 – Franco, 7/1-6
Longest Run Scored Streak ........................................... 7 G – Herrera, 4/22-30
Longest Walk Streak ...................................................... 7 G – Herrera, 4/14-20
Longest Stolen Base Streak ........................................ 9 – Herrera, 7/23-current
Hit for the Cycle ...........................................................................................N/A
Steal of Home ..................................................... Blanco – 5/25 at DET (2nd inn.)
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most Innings, Game, Starter .............................9.0 – 3x, last: Eflin, 7/22 at PIT
Most Innings, Game, Reliever ................. 4.0 – Oberholtzer, 2x, last: 6/8 vs CHI
Most Strikeouts, Game, Starter ............................... 16 – Velasquez, 4/14 vs SD
Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever ................................... 6 – Neris, 4/20 vs NYM
Most Walks, Game, Starter ................................................ 4 – multiple pitchers
Most Walks, Game, Reliever .............................................. 3 – multiple pitchers
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game ................................ 4 – Eickhoff, 9/15 vs PIT
Most Complete Games .................................. 2 – Eflin, 7/5 vs ATL & 7/22 at PIT
Most Shutouts............................... 1 – Velasquez, 4/14 vs SD & Eflin, 7/22 at PIT
Low-Hit Complete Game .........3 – 2x, Velasquez, 4/14 vs SD & Eflin, 7/23 at PIT
Longest Scoreless Streak, Starter .............................. 23.0 inn – Nola, 4/22-5/8
Longest Scoreless Streak, Reliever .............................. 11.2 inn – Neris, 8/7-31
Longest Winning Streak, Starter ............................. 4 G – Hellickson, 7/20-8/20
Longest Winning Streak, Reliever .................. 3 G – 2x, last: Neris, 6/28-current
Longest Losing Streak, Starter ................................... 9 G – Morgan, 5/15-8/31
Longest Losing Streak, Reliever ..................................... 2 G – multiple pitchers
Longest Saves Streak ........................................................ 10 – Gomez, 5/7-6/7
Rupp – 95; Ruiz – 46; Ellis – 6; Alfaro – 1
Howard – 73; Joseph – 68; Ruf – 6; Blanco – 1
Hernandez – 129; Blanco – 13; Featherston – 3; Burriss – 3
Galvis – 141; Blanco – 5; Hernandez – 2
Franco – 133; Blanco – 15
Asche – 50; Goeddel – 48; Altherr – 12; Ruf – 10; Lough – 9; Hunter – 7;
Paredes – 7; Quinn – 3; Burriss – 2
Herrera – 134; Altherr – 7; Bourjos – 5; Quinn – 2
Bourjos – 92; Altherr – 23; Paredes – 15; Lough – 8; Goeddel – 7; Hunter – 2;
Quinn – 1
Eickhoff – 30; Hellickson – 29; Velasquez – 24; Nola – 20; Morgan – 19;
Eflin – 11; Thompson – 8; Morton – 4; Asher – 2; Klein – 1
Howard – 9; Ruiz – 1
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Herrera – 76; Hernandez – 54; Galvis – 8; Bourjos – 6; Asche – 1; Blanco – 1;
Burriss – 1; Lough – 1
Galvis – 37; Herrera – 38; Hernandez – 25; Bourjos – 19; Altherr – 12; Blanco – 7;
Quinn – 6; Asche – 1; Franco – 1; Goeddel – 1; Paredes – 1
Franco – 93; Blanco – 18; Asche – 10; Herrera – 10; Altherr – 7; Joseph – 7;
Galvis – 2; Paredes – 1
Howard – 59; Joseph – 43; Franco – 33; Rupp – 6; Ruf – 4; Ruiz – 2; Blanco – 1
Rupp – 53; Ruiz – 22; Howard – 20; Joseph – 13; Altherr – 9; Galvis – 7; Asche – 6;
Ruf – 6; Paredes – 5; Franco – 4; Blanco – 3
Rupp – 30; Galvis – 27; Ruiz – 17; Asche – 13; Hernandez – 10; Herrera – 7;
Paredes – 7; Goeddel – 6; Joseph – 5; Ruf – 5; Altherr – 4; Lough – 4; Howard – 3;
Hunter – 3; Blanco – 2; Ellis – 2; Franco – 2; Ellis – 1
Galvis – 36; Goeddel – 29; Asche – 15; Hernandez – 13; Bourjos – 11; Lough – 9;
Altherr – 7; Hunter – 5; Paredes – 4; Rupp – 4; Ruiz – 4; Herrera – 3; Blanco – 2;
Ellis – 2; Featherston – 2; Burriss – 1; Ruf – 1
Hernandez – 26; Galvis – 24; Bourjos – 23; Goeddel – 18; Hellickson – 8;
Morgan – 7; Nola – 7; Eickhoff – 6; Velasquez – 6; Asche – 4; Paredes – 4;
Altherr – 3; Burriss – 2; Ruiz – 2; Rupp – 2; Alfaro – 1; Ellis – 1; Featherston – 1;
Hunter – 1; Lough – 1; Morton – 1
Bourjos – 38; Eickhoff – 21; Hellickson – 20; Velasquez – 17; Nola – 11;
Morgan – 11; Eflin – 10; Thompson – 7; Hernandez – 3; Morton – 3; Asher – 2;
Lough – 2; Burriss – 1; Goeddel – 1; Klein – 1
PHILLIES ON DISABLED LIST (4)
Player
Aaron Altherr
Cody Asche
Matt Harrison
Mario Hollands
Michael Mariot
Charlie Morton
Dalier Hinojosa
Vince Velasquez
Andrew Bailey
Andres Blanco
Peter Bourjos
Aaron Nola
Zach Eflin
Injury
Left wrist surgery
Right oblique strain
Back/disc surgery
Tommy John surgery
Right ankle strain
Strained left hamstring
Right hand contusion
Right biceps strain
Left hamstring strain
Fractured left index finger
Right shoulder sprain
Right elbow inflammation
Patellar tendinopathy in knees
Date
Batter/Pitcher
7/8 at COL
8/6 at SD
Joseph/McGee
Paredes/Maurer
TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
Longest Winning Streak............................................................. 6 G – 4/26-5/1
Longest Losing Streak..................................................................9 G – 6/14-22
Longest Game, Innings .................................................. 13.0 inn – 9/16 vs MIA
Longest Game, Time (9 inn) ................................................ 4:00 – 4/23 at MIL
Longest Game, Time (Extra inn) ................................ 4:43 – 9/16 vs MIA (13)
Longest Delay ............................................................... 1:32 – 7/24 at PIT (rain)
Shortest Game, Innings ............................................... 9.0 inn – multiple games
Shortest Game, Time (9 inn) ................................................. 2:08 – 7/5 vs ATL
Shortest Game, Time (less than 9 inn) ......................................................N/A
Largest Margin of Victory ......................................... 8 runs – 6/27 at ARI (8-0)
Largest Margin of Defeat ....................................... 13 runs – 9/15 vs PIT (15-2)
Come-From-Behind Wins ............... 29 – last: 9/16 vs MIA (Trailed 2-0, won 4-3)
Largest Deficit Overcome ....................4 runs – 8/3 vs SF (Trailed 4-0, won 5-4)
Walk-Off Wins ....................................... 5 – last, 9/16 vs MIA (4-3 win in 13 inn)
Extra-Inning Games ......... 12 (7-5 record) – last, 9/16 vs MIA (4-3 win in 13 inn)
Shutout Wins ........................................................... 11 – last, 7/25 at MIA (4-0)
Shutout Losses ....................................................... 10 – last, 9/10 at WSH (3-0)
Largest Crowd, Home ......................................................... 45,229 – 4/11 vs SD
Largest Crowd, Road .......................................................... 48,370 – 8/8 at LAD
Most Games Above .500........ 7 – 2x, 5/14 vs CIN (22-15) & 5/18 vs MIA (24-17)
Most Games Under .500 ..................................17 – 2x, last: 9/13 vs PIT (64-81)
Retro
3/25
3/25
3/25
3/25
3/25
N/A
4/29
6/9
6/23
N/A
7/27
7/29
N/A
Date Off
7/28
6/2
6/2
5/18
7/3
6/27
7/8
9/2
8/12
PHILLIES PINCH HOME RUNS (2)
TEAM & INDIVIDUAL FIELDING
Most Errors, Game, Team......................................................... 4 – 6/16 vs TOR
Most Errors, Game, Individual .......................... 2 – 4x, last: Howard, 6/24 at SF
Most Double-Plays Turned, Game, Phillies ................................4 – 7/5 vs ATL
Most Double-Plays Turned, Game, Opponent..................... 3 – multiple games
Last Triple Play Turned, Phillies .............. 8/7 at SD (Franco-Hernandez-Joseph)
Most Outfield Assists, Team ......................... 2 – 2x, 6/15 vs TOR & 7/27 at MIA
Most Outfield Assists, Individual......................................... 1 – multiple games
Most Catcher Caught Stealing, Team ........... 2 – 2x, 5/24 at DET & 8/14 vs COL
Most Catcher Caught Stealing, Individual ........ 2 – 2x, last: Rupp, 8/14 at COL
Date On
4/2
4/2
4/2
4/2
4/2
4/24
4/30
6/10
6/24
7/25
7/28
8/3
8/8
Inning
7th
9th
Runners/Outs
2/1
1/1
MULTI-HOME RUN GAMES (2)
Date
Batter
Pitcher(s)
4/22 at MIL
6/10 at WSH
Franco
Joseph
Davies/Capuano
Strasburg/Rivero
Innings
Date
Batter/Pitcher
8/12 vs COL
Howard/Gray
Date
Batter/Pitcher
Count
7/1 vs KC
8/20 vs STL
Herrera/Kennedy
Hernandez/Weaver
1-0
0-1
Date
Batter/Pitcher
4/29 vs CLE
Howard/Allen
Date
Batter/Pitcher
Date
Batters
Pitcher(s)
6/5 vs MIL
6/6 vs CHI
6/21 at MIN
7/28 at ATL
8/3 vs SF
8/19 vs STL
Paredes, Rupp
Galvis, Joseph
Joseph, Rupp
Franco, Joseph
Howard, Rupp
Herrera, Galvis
Neil Ramirez
Grimm, Rondon
Duffey
Wisler
Cueto
Wainwright
5th/7th
3rd/8th
GRAND SLAMS (1)
Inning
5th
Outs
1
LEADOFF HOME RUNS (2)
WALK-OFF HOME RUNS (1)
Inning
11th
Runners/Outs
0/0
INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUNS (0)
Inning
Runners/Outs
WALK-OFF WINS (5)
Date
4/17 vs WSH
4/20 vs NYM
4/29 vs CLE
8/3 vs SF
9/16 vs MIA
Batter/Play
Galvis/RBI double
Bourjos/RBI single
Howard/solo HR
Franco/RBI fielder’s choice
Paredes/RBI single
Inning/Final Score
10th/3-2
11th/ 5-4
11th/4-3
12th/5-4
13th/4-3
BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS (6)
Inning/Outs
5th/1
9th/0
3rd/2
1st/0
7th/1
6th/0
2016 PHILLIES NOTES
Game Date Opp
W-L Score WP/LP/SV
PAGE 9
DAY-BY-DAY
GA/
Record Pos GB
Attend
Game Date Opp
W-L
Score
WP/LP/SV
GA/
Record Pos GB
Attend
1
4/4
at CIN
L
6-2
Ohlendorf/HERNANDEZ (0-1)
0-1
T5
1.0
*43,683
84
7/4
vs ATL
W
8-2
EICKHOFF (6-9)/De La Cruz
38-46
4
12.0
19,064
2
4/6
at CIN
L
3-2
Wood/HINOJOSA (0-1)
0-2
T5
2.0
21,621
85
7/5
vs ATL
W
5-1
EFLIN (1-2)/Foltynewicz
39-46
4
11.0
18,426
3
4/7
at CIN
L
10-6
Stephenson/MORTON (0-1)
0-3
5
2.0
10,784
86
7/6
vs ATL
W
4-3
NERIS (3-3)/Vizcaino/GOMEZ (23)
40-46
4
11.0
19,211
4
4/8
at NYM
L
7-2
deGrom/EICKHOFF (0-1)
0-4
5
2.5
*44,099
87
7/7
at COL
L
11-2
Bettis/MORGAN (1/7)
40-47
4
11.0
35,250
5
4/9
at NYM
W
1-0
VELASQUEZ (1-0)/Colon/GOMEZ (1)
1-4
4
2.0
37,083
88
7/8
at COL
W
5-3
VELASQUEZ (8-2)/McGee/GOMEZ (24)
41-47
4
11.0
42,335
6
4/10 at NYM
W
5-2
HELLICKSON (1-0)/Harvey/Gomez (2)
2-4
3
2.0
37,233
89
7/9
at COL
L
8-3
Anderson/EICKHOFF (6-10)/Lyles
41-48
4
12.0
*48,105
90
7/10 at COL
W
10-3
EFLIN (2-2)/Chatwood
42-48
4
12.0
32,113
7
4/11 vs SD
L
4-3
Quackenbush/NOLA (0-1)/Rodney
2-5
4
3.0
*45,229
8
4/12 vs SD
W
3-0
MORTON (1-1)/Erlin/GOMEZ (3)
3-5
3
3.0
21,043
9
4/13 vs SD
W
2-1
EICKHOFF (1-1)/Rea/GOMEZ (4)
4-5
2
3.0
17,638
10
4/14 vs SD
W
3-0
VELASQUEZ (2-0)/Pomeranz
5-5
2
3.0
18,079
All-Star Break - PETCO Park - San Diego, CA
11
4/15 vs WSH
L
9-1
Ross/HELLICKSON (1-1)
5-6
2
4.0
22,624
91
7/15 vs NYM
L
5-3
Colon/HELLICKSON (6-7)/Familia
42-49
4
13.0
28,076
12
4/16 vs WSH
L
8-1
SCHERZER/Nola (0-2)
5-7
2
5.0
30,320
92
7/16 vs NYM
W
4-2
RAMOS (1-0)/Blevins/GOMEZ (25)
43-49
4
13.0
37,324
5-0
deGrom/EFLIN (2-3)
30,894
13
4/17 vs WSH
W 3-2 (10) GOMEZ (1-0)/Papelbon
6-7
2
4.0
37,378
93
7/17 vs NYM
L
43-50
4
13.0
14
4/18 vs NYM
L
5-2
Syndergaard/EICKHOFF (1-2)
6-8
3
4.0
21,585
94
7/18 vs MIA
L
3-2 (11) Barraclough/OBERHOLTZER (2-2)/Ramos
43-51
4
13.5
19,115
15
4/19 vs NYM
L
11-1
Verrett/VELASQUEZ (2-1)
6-9
3
5.0
22,417
95
7/19 vs MIA
L
2-1 (10) Dunn/HERNANDEZ (1-3)/Ramos
43-52
4
13.5
18,347
16
4/20 vs NYM
W 5-4 (11) GOMEZ (2-0)/Robles
7-9
3
5.0
20,057
96
7/20 vs MIA
W
4-1
HELLICKSON (7-7)/Chen/GOMEZ (26)
44-52
4
13.5
20,654
17
4/22 at MIL
W
5-2
8-9
3
4.5
23,439
97
7/21 vs MIA
L
9-3
Koehler/EICKHOFF (6-11)
44-53
4
13.5
27,839
18
4/23 at MIL
W
10-6
OBERHOLTZER (1-0)/Anderson
9-9
3
4.5
34,813
98
7/22 at PIT
W
4-0
EFLIN (3-3)/Cole
45-53
4
12.5
33,703
19
4/24 at MIL
L
8-5
Peralta/EICKHOFF (1-3)
9-10
3
5.5
28,131
99
7/23 at PIT
L
7-4
Nicasio/NOLA (5-9)/Melancon
45-54
4
13.5
35,802
20
4/26 at WSH
W
4-3
VELASQUEZ (3-1)/Perez/GOMEZ (5)
10-10
3
4.5
25,097
100
7/24 at PIT
L
5-4
Feliz/RAMOS (1-1)/Melancon
45-55
4
13.5
32,439
21
4/27 at WSH
W
3-0
HELLICKSON (2-1)/Gonzalez/GOMEZ (6)
11-10
3
3.5
24,186
101
7/25 at MIA
W
4-0
HERNANDEZ (2-3)/Rodney
46-55
4
13.0
19,465
22
4/28 at WSH
W
3-0
ARAUJO (1-0)/Rivero/GOMEZ (7)
12-10
3
2.5
22,112
102
7/26 at MIA
L
5-0
Koehler/EICKHOFF (6-12)
46-56
4
13.0
20,365
23
4/29 vs CLE
W 4-3 (11) HERNANDEZ (1-1)/Allen
13-10
3
2.5
18,677
103
7/27 at MIA
L
11-1
Conley/EFLIN (3-4)
46-57
4
14.0
32,403
24
4/30 vs CLE
W
4-3
BAILEY (1-0)/Hunter/GOMEZ (8)
14-10
3
2.5
23,636
104
7/28 at ATL
W
7-5
NOLA (6-9)/Wisler/GOMEZ (27)
47-57
4
14.0
22,785
25
5/1
vs CLE
W
2-1
VELASQUEZ (4-1)/Salazar/NERIS (1)
15-10
3
2.5
23,809
105
7/29 at ATL
L
2-1
Jenkins/VELASQUEZ (8-3)/Johnson
47-58
4
15.0
27,732
26
5/2
at STL
L
10-3
Wainwright/HELLICKSON (2-2)
15-11
3
3.5
40,438
106
7/30 at ATL
W
9-5
HELLICKSON (8-7)/Teheran
48-58
4
14.0
38,236
27
5/3
at STL
W
1-0
NOLA (2-2)/Wacha
16-11
3
2.5
40,087
107
7/31 at ATL
L
2-1
Cabrera/BAILEY (3-1)/Johnson
48-59
4
14.0
21,545
28
5/4
at STL
L
5-4
Siegrist/GOMEZ (2-1)
16-12
3
3.5
40,725
108
8/2
vs SF
W
13-8
NERIS (4-3)/Smith
49-59
4
14.5
23,351
29
5/5
at STL
L
4-0
Garcia/EICKHOFF (1-4)
16-13
4
3.5
41,818
109
8/3
vs SF
W
50-59
4
14.5
23,162
30
5/6
at MIA
L
6-4
Barraclaugh/NERIS (0-1)/Phelps
16-14
4
3.5
19,983
110
8/4
vs SF
L
3-2
Romo/GONZALEZ (0-2)/Casilla
50-60
4
15.0
30,229
31
5/7
at MIA
W
4-3
OBERHOLTZER (2-0)/Breslow/GOMEZ (10)
17-14
4
2.5
21,719
111
8/5
at SD
W
5-4
HELLICKSON (9-7)/Friedrich/GOMEZ (28)
51-60
4
15.0
27,521
32
5/8
at MIA
W
6-5
NERIS (1-1)/Phelps/GOMEZ (11)
18-14
3
2.5
19,625
112
8/6
at SD
L
9-7
Baumann/THOMPSON (0-1)
51-61
4
15.0
37,453
33
5/10 at ATL
W
3-2
MORGAN (1-0)/Wisler/GOMEZ (12)
19-14
3
1.5
14,490
113
8/7
at SD
W
6-5
EICKHOFF (7-12)/Hand/GOMEZ (29)
52-61
4
15.0
32,710
34
5/11 at ATL
L
5-1
Perez/EICKHOFF (1-5)
19-15
3
2.5
13,760
114
8/8
at LAD
L
9-4
Urias/EFLIN (3-5)
52-62
4
15.5
48,370
35
5/12 at ATL
W 7-4 (10) BAILEY (2-0)/Grilli/GOMEZ (13)
20-15
3
1.5
15,643
115
8/9
at LAD
L
9-3
Maeda/VELASQUEZ (8-4)
52-63
4
15.5
42,859
36
5/13 vs CIN
W
3-2
HELLICKSON (3-2)/Finnegan/GOMEZ (14)
21-15
3
1.5
22,230
116
8/10 at LAD
W
6-2
ARAUJO (2-1)/Kazmir
53-63
4
15.5
41,098
37
5/14 vs CIN
W
4-3
NOLA (3-2)/Adleman/HERNANDEZ (1)
22-15
2
1.0
29,535
117
8/12 vs COL
W
10-6
THOMPSON (1-1)/Gray
54-63
4
14.5
23,600
38
5/15 vs CIN
L
9-4
Straily/MORGAN (1-1)/Cingrani (3)
22-16
2
1.0
27,869
118
8/13 vs COL
W
6-3
EICKHOFF (8-12)/Anderson/GOMEZ (30)
55-63
4
14.5
23,203
39
5/16 vs MIA
L
5-3
Conley/EICKHOFF (1-6)/Ramos
22-17
2
1.5
28,348
119
8/14 vs COL
W
7-6
GONZALEZ (1-2)/Chatwood/GOMEZ (31)
56-63
4
15.0
20,068
40
5/17 vs MIA
W
3-1
VELASQUEZ (5-1)/Chen/GOMEZ (15)
23-17
T2
0.5
18,140
120
8/16 vs LAD
L
15-5
Maeda/VELASQUEZ (8-5)
56-64
4
15.0
28,118
41
5/18 vs MIA
W
4-2
HELLICKSON (4-2)/Koehler/GOMEZ (16)
24-17
2
1.0
29,579
121
8/17 vs LAD
L
7-2
Kazmir/THOMPSON (1-2)
56-65
4
15.0
21,137
5-4
MARIOT (1-0)/Dayton/GOMEZ (32)
57-65
4
15.0
29,187
57-66
4
16.0
20,627
NOLA (1-2)/Davies
5-4 (12) GARCIA (1-0)/Kontos
42
5/20 vs ATL
L
7-1
Wisler/NOLA (3-3)
24-18
2
2.0
25,257
122
8/18 vs LAD
W
43
5/21 vs ATL
L
2-0
Perez/MORGAN (1-2)/Vizcaino
24-19
2
2.0
20,196
123
8/19 vs STL
L
44
5/22 vs ATL
W
5-0
EICKHOFF (2-6)/Kelly
25-19
3
2.0
23,367
124
8/20 vs STL
W
4-2
HELLICKSON (10-7)/Weaver/GOMEZ (33)
58-66
4
16.0
32,288
45
5/23 at DET
L
5-4
Wilson/MURRAY (0-1)/Rodriguez
25-20
3
2.0
26,400
125
8/21 vs STL
L
9-0
Leake/VELASQUEZ (8-6)
58-67
4
16.0
20,127
46
5/24 at DET
L
3-1
Verlander/HELLICKSON (4-3)/Rodriguez
25-21
3
3.0
26,531
126
8/23 at CWS
L
9-1
Rodon/THOMPSON (1-3)
58-68
4
15.5
18,843
47
5/25 at DET
W
8-5
NOLA (4-3)/Sanchez/GOMEZ (17)
26-21
3
2.0
31,187
127
8/24 at CWS
W
5-3
EICKHOFF (9-12)/Shields/GOMEZ (34)
59-68
4
14.5
15,630
48
5/27 at CHI
L
6-2
Lester/MORGAN (1-3)
26-22
3
2.5
38,941
128
8/26 at NYM
L
9-4
Colon/MORGAN (1-8)
59-69
4
16.0
31,111
49
5/28 at CHI
L
4-1
Hendricks/EICKHOFF (2-7)
26-23
3
2.5
41,555
129
8/27 at NYM
L
12-1
Sydergaard/HELLICKSON (10-8)
59-70
4
16.0
35,832
50
5/29 at CHI
L
7-2
Lackey/VELASQUEZ (5-2)
26-24
T3
3.5
41,575
130
8/28 at NYM
W
5-1
HERNANDEZ (3-3)/Gsellman
60-70
4
15.0
32,033
51
5/30 vs WSH
L
4-3
Roark/NERIS (1-2)/Papelbon
26-25
T3
4.5
21,993
131
8/29 vs WSH
L
4-0
Roark/THOMPSON (1-4)
60-71
4
16.0
16,056
52
5/31 vs WSH
L
5-1
Ross/NOLA (4-4)
26-26
4
5.5
18,572
132
8/30 vs WSH
L
3-2
Scherzer/EICKHOFF (9-13)/Melancon
60-72
4
17.0
16,378
53
6/1
vs WSH
L
7-2
Scherzer/MORGAN (1-4)
26-27
4
6.5
19,052
133
8/31 vs WSH
L
2-1
Gonzalez/MORGAN (1-9)/Kelley
60-73
4
18.0
16,503
54
6/2
vs MIL
L
4-1
Anderson/EICKHOFF(2-8)/Jeffress
26-28
4
7.0
22,890
134
9/2
vs ATL
L
8-4
Cabrera/GOMEZ (2-3)
60-74
4
19.0
17,175
55
6/3
vs MIL
W
6-3
BAILEY (3-0)/Nelson/GOMEZ (18)
27-28
4
6.0
20,138
135
9/3
vs ATL
L
6-4
Bradley/RAMOS (1-2)/Cabrera
60-75
5
19.0
19,453
56
6/4
vs MIL
L
6-3
Smith/NERIS (1-3)/Jeffress
27-29
4
6.0
25,177
136
9/4
vs ATL
L
2-0
Teheran/THOMPSON (1-5)/Johnson
60-76
5
19.0
21,322
57
6/5
vs MIL
W
8-1
NOLA (5-4)/Peralta
28-29
4
6.0
24,259
137
9/5
at MIA
W
6-2
EICKHOFF (10-13)/Esch
61-76
4
19.0
20,849
58
6/6
vs CHI
L
6-4
Lester/MORGAN (1-5)/Rondon
28-30
4
6.5
22,162
138
9/6
at MIA
W
4-3
MORGAN (2-9)/Urena/GOMEZ (35)
62-76
4
19.0
16,169
59
6/7
vs CHI
W
3-2
EICKHOFF (3-8)/Hendricks/GOMEZ (19)
29-30
4
6.5
27,381
139
9/7
at MIA
L
6-0
Cashner/HELLICKSON (10-9)
62-77
4
20.0
16,592
60
6/8
vs CHI
L
8-1
Lackey/OBERHOLTZER (2-1)
29-31
4
7.5
28,650
140
9/8
at WSH
W
4-1
ASHER (1-0)/Cole
63-77
4
19.0
25,412
61
6/10 at WSH
L
9-6
Strasburg/HELLICKSON (4-4)/Papelbon
29-32
4
8.0
37,491
141
9/9
at WSH
L
5-4
Melancon/HERRMANN (0-2)
63-78
4
20.0
28,469
62
6/11 at WSH
L
8-0
Roark/NOLA (5-5)
29-33
4
9.0
*38,044
142
9/10 at WSH
L
3-0
Kelley/GARCIA (1-1)/Melancon
63-79
4
21.0
36,152
63
6/12 at WSH
L
5-4
Papelbon/GOMEZ (2-2)
29-34
4
10.0
34,294
143
9/11 at WSH
L
3-2
Gonzalez/MORGAN (2-10)/Melancon
63-80
4
22.0
31,805
64
6/13 at TOR
W
7-0
EICKHOFF (4-8)/Dickey
30-34
4
10.0
35,678
144
9/12 vs PIT
W
6-2
HELLICKSON (11-9)/Cole
64-80
4
22.0
15,514
65
6/14 at TOR
L
11-3
Stroman/EFLIN (0-1)
30-35
4
10.0
*47,066
145
9/13 vs PIT
L
5-3
Rivero/GOMEZ (3-4)/Watson
64-81
4
22.0
16,190
66
6/15 vs TOR
L
7-2
Estrada/HELLICKSON (4-5)
30-36
4
11.0
24,753
146
9/14 vs PIT
W
6-2
THOMPSON (2-5)/Brault/GOMEZ (37)
65-81
4
22.0
16,112
67
6/16 vs TOR
L
13-2
Happ/NOLA (5-6)
30-37
4
12.0
22,279
147
9/15 vs PIT
L
15-2
Kuhl/EICKHOFF (10-14)
65-82
4
22.5
15,247
68
6/17 vs ARI
L
10-2
Ray/MORGAN (1-6)
30-38
4
13.0
19,282
148
9/16 vs MIA
W
66-82
4
22.5
18,179
69
6/18 vs ARI
L
4-1
Greinke/EICKHOFF(4-9)/Ziegler
30-39
4
13.0
33,797
149
9/17 vs MIA
70
6/19 vs ARI
L
5-1
Bradley/EFLIN (0-2)
30-40
4
13.0
40,214
150
9/18 vs MIA
71
6/20 vs ARI
L
3-1
Miller/HELLICKSON (4-6)/Ziegler
30-41
4
13.0
22,118
151
9/20 vs CWS
72
6/21 at MIN
L
30-42
4
13.0
25,714
152
9/21 vs CWS
73
6/22 at MIN
L
6-5
Rogers/HERNANDEZ (1-2)/Abad
30-43
4
13.0
25,032
153
9/22 at NYM
74
6/23 at MIN
W
7-3
EICKHOFF (5-9)/Nolasco
31-43
4
12.5
30,012
154
9/23 at NYM
75
6/24 at SF
L
5-4
Peavy/ARAUJO (1-1)/Casilla
31-44
4
12.5
*42,238
155
9/24 at NYM
76
6/25 at SF
W
3-2
HELLICKSON (5-6)/Bumgarner/GOMEZ (20)
32-44
4
11.5
*41,928
156
9/25 at NYM
77
6/26 at SF
L
8-7
Gearrin/GONZALEZ (0-1)
32-45
4
12.5
*41,479
157
9/27 at ATL
78
6/27 at ARI
W
8-0
VELASQUEZ (6-2)/Ray
33-45
4
12.5
22,567
158
9/28 at ATL
79
6/28 at ARI
W
4-3
NERIS (2-3)/Ziegler/GOMEZ (21)
34-45
4
12.5
19,645
159
9/29 at ATL
80
6/29 at ARI
W 9-8 (10) GOMEZ (3-2)/Bracho/OBERHOLTZER (1)
35-45
4
12.5
18,603
160
9/30 vs NYM
81
7/1
vs KC
W
4-3
HELLICKSON (6-6)/Kennedy/GOMEZ (22)
36-45
4
13.0
30,263
161
10/1 vs NYM
82
7/2
vs KC
L
6-2
Duffy/NOLA (5-8)
36-46
4
13.0
40,331
162
10/2 vs NYM
83
7/3
vs KC
W
7-2
VELASQUEZ (7-2)/Ventura
37-46
4
13.0
20,473
*Sellout
14-10 Boshers/NOLA (5-7)/Kintzler
4-3 (11) Oh/HERRMANN (0-1)/Reyes
4-3 (13) HERRMANN (1-2)/Ramos
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