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Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Quakers Seasons: Support us without the ads? Retired Numbers View all player numbers on the franchise uniform history page Hold mouse over number to view name. The final appearance on field to date of this uniform was during the closing ceremonies at Veterans Stadium on September 28, There was a rather large procession of players during the post game ceremony, most in uniform.
Former pitcher Larry Christenson , the starting pitcher in the original game, came out wearing this old burgundy uniform, and was the only one to do so. Another uniform controversy arose in when the Phillies introduced blue caps on Opening Day which were to be worn for home day games only. Management wanted to keep using the caps as planned, as they sold well among fans. A compromise was reached as the players agreed to wear them for weekday games while returning to the customary red caps for Sunday afternoon games. The rivalry between the New York Mets and the Phillies was said to be among the "hottest" rivalries in the National League.
Aside from several brawls in the s, the rivalry remained low-key before the season,  as the teams had seldom been equally good at the same time. Since , the teams have battled for playoff position. The Mets won the division in and contended in and , while the Phillies won five consecutive division titles from to Although the rivalry lacks the hatred of the Mets, it has been the more important one in the last decade.
Since the realignment of the divisions, the Phillies and Braves have been the most consistent champions of the National League East. While rivalries are generally characterized by mutual hatred, the Braves and Phillies deeply respect each other. Each game played 18 games in is vastly important between these two NL East giants, but at the end of the day, they are very similar organizations.
The rivalry between the Phillies and the Pittsburgh Pirates was considered by some to be one of the best rivalries in the National League. The Phillies and the Pirates had remained together after the National League split into two divisions in During the period of two-division play to , the two National League East division rivals won the two highest numbers of division championships, reigning exclusively as NL East champions in the s and again in the early s,   the Pirates 9, the Phillies 6; together, the two teams' 15 championships accounted for more than half of the 25 NL East championships during that span.
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After the Pirates moved to the National League Central in , the teams face each other only in two series each year and the rivalry has diminished. The City Series was the name of a series of baseball games played between the Philadelphia Athletics of the American League and the Phillies that ran from through The teams have since faced each other in Interleague play since its introduction in but the rivalry has effectively died in the intervening years since the A's left Philadelphia.
In , when the A's faced the Phillies in inter-league play at O. Co Coliseum, the Athletics didn't bother to mark the historical connection, going so far as to have a Connie Mack promotion the day before the series while the Texas Rangers were in Oakland. No City Series was held in and due to legal warring between the National and American Leagues. Five Phillies have won MVP awards during their career with the team. Mike Schmidt leads with three wins, with back-to-back MVPs in and , and in as well. Jack Sanford won in , and Dick Allen won in Third baseman Scott Rolen brought home the honors in , while Howard was the most recent Phillies winner in Of the 15 players who have hit four home runs in one game, three were Phillies at the time more than any other team.
Chuck Klein repeated the feat nearly 40 years later to the day, on July 10, , at Pittsburgh 's Forbes Field. Forty years later, on April 17, , Mike Schmidt became the third, also hitting his in Chicago, these coming at Wrigley Field.
From to , the Phillies inducted one former Phillie and one former member of the Philadelphia Athletics per year. Since they have inducted one Phillie annually. Players must be retired and must have played at least four years with the Phillies or Athletics. The last ten years' inductees to the Wall of Fame are listed below note that there was no inductee for the season, as Pete Rose was intended to be inducted, but was not due to controversial allegations:.
In , rather than inducting a player into the Wall of Fame, the Phillies selected their Centennial Team, commemorating the best players of the first years in franchise history. The Phillies have retired six numbers, and honored two additional players with the letter "P. Of the six players with retired numbers, five were retired for their play with the Phillies and one, 42, was universally retired by Major League Baseball when they honored the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's breaking the color barrier.
The Phillies have supported amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research also known as Lou Gehrig's disease with the "Phillies Phestival" since The Philadelphia Phillies have shown themselves to be a big supporter of reading and overall education, using baseball in a positive way to help support education for students. The Phillies have a reading incentive program called Phanatic About Reading, which is designed to encourage students from kindergarten to eighth grade to read for a minimum of 15 minutes a night.
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This reading program is to help students with their literacy skills and comprehension. Phillies Phundamentals is another educational program, offered through after-school and summer camps, that is designed to make learning fun and support academic skills by using baseball. The Phillies celebrate teachers during their annual Teacher Appreciation Night. Phillies fans have earned a reputation over the years for their occasional unruly behavior.
In the s, radio announcers for visiting teams would frequently report on the numerous fights breaking out in Connie Mack Stadium. Phillies fans are known for harsh criticism of their own stars such the Rookie of the Year Richie Allen and Hall of Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt. The fans, however, are just as well known for heckling the visiting team. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Burt Hooton 's poor performance during game three of the NLCS  has often been attributed to the crowd's taunting.
Drew , the Phillies' first overall draft pick in the amateur draft of , never signed with the Phillies following a contract dispute with the team, instead re-entering the draft the next year to be drafted by the St. Many sports writers have noted the passionate presence of Phillies fans, including Allen Barra, who wrote that the biggest roar he ever heard from Philadelphia fans was in when Tug McGraw , in the victory parade after the World Series, told New York fans they could "take this championship and shove it.
When the Phillies moved to Veteran's Stadium, they hired a group of young ladies to serve as ushers. These women wore maroon-colored outfits featuring hot pants and were called the Hot Pants Patrol.
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In addition to costumed characters, animated Phil and Phyllis figures mounted on the center field facade would "hit" the Liberty Bell after a Phillie home run. This pair of mascots never achieved any significant level of popularity with fans and were eventually discontinued. In Phillies fan culture, it is also not unusual to replace an "f" with a "ph" in words, such as the Phillie Phanatic.
In and , the Phillies led the league in attendance with 3,, and 3,, fans, respectively, coming out to watch Phillies baseball. The former Veterans Stadium featured separate fan sections for each of the team's players, making the Phillies a pioneer in that effort to encourage the team's fans who were coming to the home games there to cheer the players on.
Effective September 2, , the Phillies became the first ever NL team and 3rd team overall in the MLB 2nd in the East Coast to have a separate fans cheering section for the first time in years, when the team management set apart Sections and of Citizens Bank Park as a cheer section for rising pitcher Aaron Nola , named after the district of the same name in Philadelphia, but honors his Louisiana heritage. The records of the Phillies' last ten seasons in Major League Baseball are listed below.
These statistics are from Baseball-Reference. Other popular Phillies broadcasters through the years include By Saam from to , Bill Campbell from to , Richie Ashburn from to , and Harry Kalas from to At Citizens Bank Park, the restaurant built into the base of the main scoreboard is named "Harry the K's" in Kalas's honor. When the Phillies win at home, Kalas' rendition of the song " High Hopes ", which he would sing when the Phillies had clinched a playoff berth or advanced in the playoffs, is played as fans file out of the stadium. In addition, when a Phillies player hits a home run a recording of Kalas' famous "That ball is outta here!
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The statue was funded by Phillies fans and designed and constructed by a Phillies fan. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Phillies disambiguation. National League —present East Division —present. Red, white, blue  . Philadelphia Phillies —present Philadelphia Quakers — Shibe Park — Baker Bowl — a. National League Park — a. History of the Philadelphia Phillies. Whiz Kids baseball and World Series. Major League Baseball uniforms. Ryan Howard wearing the current Phillies home uniform with Harry Kalas patch in Roy Halladay wearing the current Phillies road uniform with "Whip" Buck patch in Joe Blanton wearing the alternate Phillies home uniform with Kalas patch in List of Philadelphia Phillies turn back the clock games.
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