49 wins, 57 losses, and 2 ties (for a winning percentage of 45.4 percent)
The Phils beat Indianapolis 24-0, the biggest blow-out in team history
1909: Team president Isreal Durham dies in Atlantic City. Durham had purchased the team the previous March.
1946: In extra innings of a game against the Giants, Phillies skipper Ben Chapman announces on the bench that he'll give $25 to any player who hits a home run. Andy Seminick, who had tied the game with a round-tripper in the eight inning, came through again to win the game and the cash prize.
1959: Right fielder Wally Post throws out 2 runners from the outfield in the same inning, tying a major-league record. The Giants win anyway, 6-0.
1959: Richie Ashburn ties a team record by hitting into three double plays in a 6-0 loss to San Francisco.
1961: The Phils and San Francisco play a 15-inning, 7-7 tie lasting 5 hours and 11 minutes. At the time, League rules prohibited starting an inning after 12:50am local time. In extra innings, both teams scored single runs in the 13th and 3 runs in the 15th innings.
1964: Chris Short threw a 5-hit shutout to beat the Cardinals, but rookie Dick Allen fanned five times.
1970: In the bottom of the 9th inning with the score tied 3-3 in a game against St. Louis, one out, and runners on first and second, Phillies skipper Frank Lucchesi moved pitcher Dick Selma (a right-hander) to first base to allow Woody Fryman (a left-hander) to face Jerry DaVanon (a right-hander). Fryman struck out DaVanon, and Selma moved back to the pitcher's position to strike out the last batter of the inning.
1995: Hosting the Reds, the Phillies drop a 1-0 game decided by an error. In the 4th, Curt Schilling allowed a 1-out single to Thomas Howard. Schilling later appeared to have Howard picked off, but first baseman Dave Hollins missed the throw. Howard scored while the ball went into the outfield.
2004: David Bell hits for the cycle during a 16-6 win over Montreal at Citizens Bank Park
2006: Brett Myers is optioned to Clearwater in the wake of domestic abuse charges.
Purchased Danny Murtaugh from St. Louis (NL)
1963: Sold Jim Lemon to Chicago (AL)
1974: Released George Culver
1937: Cal Emery
1940: Gary Wagner
1912 Jack Boyle
1957 Warren Hacker*
1986 Bruce Ruffin
1994 Fernando Valenzuela*
2006 Rick White*
2012 Jeremy Horst*
2013 John McDonald*
2014 Koyie Hill*
2014 Sean O'Sullivan*
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.