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After the Game - Phillies Alumni

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Pete Rose celebrates Phillies 1980 World Championship. "We don't win without Pete," said Larry Bowa. Rose is to be inducted into the Toyota Wall of Fame on August 12. Shop

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A historical look at the week of 522-5/28
  • May 22, 2014

    SS Jimmy Rollins passes Richie Ashburn with his 2,218th career hit to move into second place on the Phillies all-time list. Marlins edge Phillies, 4-3.

  • May 23, 1991

    RHP Tommy Greene pitches no-hitter at Montreal, 2-0, before 8,833. He walks seven and strikes out 10.

  • May 24, 1935

    Phillies lose first night game in major league baseball history, 2-1, at Cincinnati's Crosley Field. Game time: 1:35. Attendance for the historic game, 20,422.

  • May 24, 1999

    For the first time in team history, the Phillies have the same-name battery, RHP Joel Bennett and C Gary Bennett. Phillies win, 5-4, over Montreal at the Vet.

  • May 25, 2011

    Longest game in Citizens Bank Park, Phillies edge Cincinnati, 5-4, in 19 innings. INF Wilson Valdez pitches the 19th inning and gets the win, first position player in Phillies history to record a win.

  • May 26, 1990

    Mike Schmidt's #20 is retired in pre-game ceremonies as Phillies lose, 12-3, to Atlanta before 56,789.

  • May 26, 2008

    Phillies set a Citizens Bank Park record for runs in a game, blasting Colorado, 20-5. 2B Chase Utley drives in six runs.

  • May 27, 1986

    LHP Steve Carlton makes his 666th start to break LHP Warren Spahn's NL record in a 6-2 win over San Francisco.

  • May 28, 1983

    Entering the game hitless in his last 22 at-bats, 3B Mike Schmidt strikes out his four at-bats on 12 pitches. The 13th pitch he sees, is a two-run, game-winning homer in the last of the ninth off Jeff Reardon to give the Phillies a 5-3 win over Montreal.