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After the Game - Phillies Alumni

A peek at the past

During final weekend of Veterans Stadium in 2003 the All-Vet team, as voted by the fans, was introduced. They wore custom-made red-pinstriped blazers. Kalas, Samuel, Kruk, Abreu, Bowa, McGraw (front row, L-R). Luzinski, Schmidt, Maddox, Carlton, Green, Daulton.

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A historical look at the dates of 9/18-9/24
  • September 18, 1903, 2nd game

    Chick Fraser throws the Phillies first no-hitter of the century, 10-0, at Chicago. For loser RHP George (Peaches) Graham, it is his only big league appearance.

  • September 18, 1952

    Robin Roberts defeats the Giants, 7-4, at the Polo Grounds improving his record to 28-7, most victories in the majors since 1935. "Robbie" led the NL in CG (30) and IP (330), but finished second in the MVP voting to Hank Sauer, 37 homers, 121 RBI for the fifth-place Cubs.

  • September 18, 1963

    Chris Short (8-11) wins the final game played at Polo Grounds, a 5-1 complete game. New York Giants RF Jim Hickman hits the last home run. Attendance is 1,752.

  • September 18, 1971

    Rick Wise sets a club record by retiring 32 consecutive batters in a 4-3, 12-inning complete game win over Chicago at the Vet. Wise wins own game with a single. His line: 12 innings, 5 hits, 3 runs, 2 earned, 0 walks, 10 strikeouts.

  • September 18, 1993

    Mariano Duncan belts his second grand slam homer of the season as the Phillies clinch the NL East crown with a 10-7 victory at Pittsburgh. Slam is the Phillies eighth, a new club record for a single season.

  • September 19, 1959

    Richie Ashburn breaks the club record for career hits (2,211) with a seventh-inning single off the first base bag in a 9-3 loss to the Milwaukee Braves at Connie Mack Stadium. Ed Delahanty (1888-89; 1891-1901) held the record.

  • September 20, 1987

    Mike Schmidt hits 487th home run as a third baseman in a 4-1 win at Montreal to break Eddie Mathews' all-time record.

  • September 20, 1992

    After snaring a low line drive hit by 3B Jeff King, 2B Mickey Morandini pulls off the first unassisted triple play in Phillies history during the sixth inning of a 3-2 loss in Pittsburgh.

  • September 21, 1911

    Grover Cleveland Alexander hurls his fourth straight shutout at Chicago, 4-0, first game. Others were September 7 (at Braves), 13 (Dodgers) and 17 (at Reds).

  • September 21, 1964

    Holding a 6.5-game lead with 12 games left, the Phils lose, 1-0, to Cincinnati as Chico Ruiz steals home with Frank Robinson at bat. The defeat launches a 10-game losing streak during which the Phils fall out of first place. Phillies drew 1,425,891, their largest attendance ever.

  • September 21, 1981

    Steve Carlton passes RHP Bob Gibson as the NL's all-time strikeout leader when he fans Montreal CF Andre Dawson in the third inning for his 3,118th strikeout. Expos win, 1-0, in 17 innings at Montreal.

  • September 21, 2010

    Phillies beat Atlanta, 5-3, as Roy Halladay becomes first Phillies right hander to win 20 games since Robin Roberts in 1955. Halladay sets club record for most wins in a season at Citizens Bank Park with 12.

  • September 22, 2008

    Greg Dobbs sets Phillies record for most pinch hits in a season when he gets his 22nd at Citizens Bank Park in eighth inning against Atlanta as Phillies beat Braves, 6-2.

  • September 23, 1916

    Grover Cleveland Alexander pitches 7-3 and 4-0 complete-game wins over Cincinnati at Baker Bowl and ties a major league record by walking only one batter. Almost a year later (September 3) he does it again, 5-0 and 9-3, at Brooklyn, allowing one walk.

  • September 23, 1945, 2nd game

    Hall of Fame-bound 1B Jimmie Foxx, the Philadelphia A's all-time home run leader (302) and now with the Phillies, ends his 20-year career in a 4-3 loss at Brooklyn. Foxx also pitches in nine games that season, a first in his career.

  • September 23, 1965, 1st game

    Jim Bunning's fifth-inning strikeout is his 242nd of the season, breaking the club record held by RHP Grover Cleveland Alexander (241, 1915). Bunning wins, 11-5, at Wrigley Field.

  • September 23, 1983

    A 6-2, 12-strikeout victory at St. Louis gives LHP Steve Carlton his 300th career win, the 16th pitcher in baseball history to reach that milestone.

  • September 23, 2003

    All-Vet team is announced prior to the penultimate game at the stadium: C Darren Daulton, 1B John Kruk, 2B Juan Samuel, SS Larry Bowa, 3B Mike Schmidt, LF Greg Luzinski, CF Garry Maddox, RF Bobby Abreu, LHS Steve Carlton, RHS Curt Schilling, Reliever Tug McGraw, MGR Dallas Green.

  • September 24, 1911

    St. Louis scores in the sixth inning to break rookie RHP Grover Cleveland Alexander's 41 consecutive scoreless innings streak, a Phillies record that hasn't been broken.