1957 Philadelphia Phillies
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Owner(s)R. R. M. Carpenter, Jr.
General manager(s)Roy Hamey
Manager(s)Mayo Smith
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(By Saam, Claude Haring, Gene Kelly)
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Offseason

Regular season

The Phillies integrated during the 1957 season. John Kennedy, the team's first black player, made his debut with the Phillies on April 22, 1957, at Roosevelt Stadium against the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Milwaukee Braves 95 59 0.617 45–32 50–27
St. Louis Cardinals 87 67 0.565 8 42–35 45–32
Brooklyn Dodgers 84 70 0.545 11 43–34 41–36
Cincinnati Redlegs 80 74 0.519 15 45–32 35–42
Philadelphia Phillies 77 77 0.500 18 38–39 39–38
New York Giants 69 85 0.448 26 37–40 32–45
Pittsburgh Pirates 62 92 0.403 33 36–41 26–51
Chicago Cubs 62 92 0.403 33 31–46 31–46

Record vs. opponents

1957 National League Records

Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Team BR CHC CIN MIL NYG PHI PIT STL
Brooklyn 17–5 12–10 10–12 12–10 9–13 12–10 12–10
Chicago 5–17 7–15 9–13 9–13 8–14–1 12–10–1 12–10
Cincinnati 10–12 15–7 4–18 12–10 16–6 14–8 9–13
Milwaukee 12–10 13–9 18–4 13–9 12–10–1 16–6 11–11
New York 10–12 13–9 10–12 9–13 10–12 9–13 8–14
Philadelphia 13–9 14–8–1 6–16 10–12–1 12–10 13–9 9–13
Pittsburgh 10–12 10–12–1 8–14 6–16 13–9 9–13 6–16
St. Louis 10–12 10–12 13–9 11–11 14–8 13–9 16–6


Notable transactions

Game log

Legend
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Bold Phillies team member
1957 Game Log[5]
Overall Record: 77–77
April (5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 16 Dodgers 6–7 (12) Clem Labine (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–1) None 37,667 0–1
2 April 18 @ Giants 2–6 Rubén Gómez (1–0) Curt Simmons (0–1) None 8,585 0–2
3 April 20 @ Giants 6–5 Harvey Haddix (1–0) Al Worthington (0–1) Bob Miller (1) 8,875 1–2
4 April 21 (1) @ Giants 1–2 Johnny Antonelli (1–1) Robin Roberts (0–2) None see 2nd game 1–3
5 April 21 (2) @ Giants 8–5 Jack Sanford (1–0) Curt Barclay (0–1) Don Cardwell (1) 14,230 2–3
6 April 22 @ Dodgers 1–5 Roger Craig (1–0) Jim Hearn (0–1) Clem Labine (2) 11,629 2–4
7 April 24 Pirates 8–5 Curt Simmons (1–1) Bob Friend (1–2) Bob Miller (2) 15,849 3–4
8 April 26 Giants 5–0 Don Cardwell (1–0) Johnny Antonelli (1–2) None 14,118 4–4
9 April 27 Giants 2–10 Rubén Gómez (3–0) Robin Roberts (0–3) None 7,577 4–5
10 April 28 (1) Giants 11–2 Jack Sanford (2–0) Al Worthington (0–2) Bob Miller (3) see 2nd game 5–5
11 April 28 (2) Giants 7–8[a] Curt Barclay (1–2) Jack Meyer (0–1) Marv Grissom (1) 19,482 5–6
12 April 30 Redlegs 3–6 Brooks Lawrence (2–1) Harvey Haddix (1–1) None 14,851 5–7
May (18–10–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
13 May 1 Redlegs 6–8 (16) Warren Hacker (1–1) Turk Farrell (0–1) Hersh Freeman (1) 8,606 5–8
14 May 2 Cubs 4–2 Robin Roberts (1–3) Dick Drott (0–3) None 4,591 6–8
15 May 3 Cubs 9–6 Turk Farrell (1–1) Jackie Collum (1–1) Jim Hearn (1) 6,160 7–8
16 May 4 Cubs 5–2 Jack Sanford (3–0) Jim Brosnan (0–1) None 3,283 8–8
17 May 5 (1) Cardinals 4–8 Lloyd Merritt (1–0) Bob Miller (0–1) None see 2nd game 8–9
18 May 5 (2) Cardinals 0–2 Sam Jones (2–0) Harvey Haddix (1–2) None 27,213 8–10
19 May 7 Braves 8–4 Robin Roberts (2–3) Warren Spahn (4–1) None 20,421 9–10
20 May 8 Braves 2–1 Don Cardwell (2–0) Gene Conley (0–1) None 17,739 10–10
21 May 10 @ Pirates 3–1 Jack Sanford (4–0) Ron Kline (0–4) None 10,027 11–10
22 May 11 @ Pirates 7–2 Harvey Haddix (2–2) Bob Friend (2–3) None 4,994 12–10
23 May 12 (1) @ Pirates 6–2 Curt Simmons (2–1) Luis Arroyo (0–4) Bob Miller (4) see 2nd game 13–10
24 May 12 (2) @ Pirates 1–6 Vern Law (2–1) Robin Roberts (2–4) None 10,457 13–11
25 May 14 @ Redlegs 10–8 Turk Farrell (2–1) Raúl Sánchez (2–1) Robin Roberts (1) 9,829 14–11
26 May 15 @ Redlegs 2–7 Brooks Lawrence (4–1) Jack Sanford (4–1) None 12,442 14–12
27 May 16 @ Cardinals 0–5 Lindy McDaniel (2–1) Harvey Haddix (2–3) None 5,377 14–13
28 May 17 @ Cardinals 5–3 Robin Roberts (3–4) Sam Jones (2–2) None 9,367 15–13
29 May 18 @ Cardinals 7–5 Curt Simmons (3–1) Lloyd Merritt (1–1) None 5,232 16–13
May 19 (1) @ Cubs Postponed (rain);[6] Makeup: September 17
May 19 (2) @ Cubs Postponed (rain);[6] Makeup: September 18
30 May 21 @ Braves 1–1 (5)[b] None None None 15,936 16–13–1
31 May 22 @ Braves 3–4 (13) Juan Pizarro (2–2) Robin Roberts (3–5) None 21,775 16–14–1
32 May 24 Pirates 7–3 Jack Sanford (5–1) Bob Friend (3–4) Turk Farrell (1) 17,340 17–14–1
33 May 25 Pirates 8–6 Harvey Haddix (3–3) Ron Kline (0–6) Turk Farrell (2) 6,445 18–14–1
34 May 26 (1) Pirates 5–13 Roy Face (1–3) Curt Simmons (3–2) None see 2nd game 18–15–1
35 May 26 (2) Pirates 6–3 Don Cardwell (3–0) Luis Arroyo (1–5) None 13,557 19–15–1
36 May 27 Dodgers 1–5 Don Drysdale (4–1) Robin Roberts (3–6) None 20,673 19–16–1
37 May 28 @ Giants 16–6 Bob Miller (1–1) Johnny Antonelli (3–6) None 4,977 20–16–1
38 May 29 @ Giants 7–5 (10) Robin Roberts (4–6) Marv Grissom (0–2) None 2,216 21–16–1
39 May 30 (1) @ Giants 2–1 (10) Curt Simmons (4–2) Rubén Gómez (6–3) None see 2nd game 22–16–1
40 May 30 (2) @ Giants 1–8 Curt Barclay (3–3) Don Cardwell (3–1) None 19,887 22–17–1
41 May 31 Dodgers 2–1 Robin Roberts (5–6) Don Drysdale (4–2) None 24,381 23–17–1
June (13–17–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
42 June 1 Dodgers 3–0 Jack Sanford (6–1) Roger Craig (1–2) None 30,621 24–17–1
43 June 2 Dodgers 5–3 Turk Farrell (3–1) Don Newcombe (4–5) None 20,259 25–17–1
44 June 3 Dodgers 0–4 Johnny Podres (5–2) Don Cardwell (3–2) None 18,218 25–18–1
45 June 4 Redlegs 3–1 Harvey Haddix (4–3) Brooks Lawrence (4–3) None 20,759 26–18–1
46 June 5 Redlegs 2–4 (11) Johnny Klippstein (2–4) Turk Farrell (3–2) None 15,771 26–19–1
47 June 6 Redlegs 6–2 Robin Roberts (6–6) Don Gross (4–2) None 27,307 27–19–1
48 June 7 Cubs 1–0 Jack Sanford (7–1) Dave Hillman (0–2) None 12,845 28–19–1
June 8 Cubs Postponed (rain);[7] Makeup: July 11 as a traditional double-header
49 June 9 (1) Cubs 3–7 Dick Drott (4–6) Robin Roberts (6–7) Turk Lown (3) see 2nd game 28–20–1
50 June 9 (2) Cubs 4–4[c] None None None 17,375 28–20–2
51 June 11 Cardinals 2–5 Murry Dickson (3–2) Curt Simmons (4–3) None 23,888 28–21–2
52 June 12 Cardinals 0–4 Larry Jackson (8–2) Robin Roberts (6–8) None 22,749 28–22–2
53 June 13 Cardinals 8–1 Jack Sanford (8–1) Vinegar Bend Mizell (1–4) None 22,509 29–22–2
54 June 14 Braves 2–10 Warren Spahn (7–3) Don Cardwell (3–3) None 29,465 29–23–2
55 June 15 Braves 2–7 Bob Buhl (6–2) Harvey Haddix (4–4) None 12,178 29–24–2
56 June 16 (1) Braves 2–3 Juan Pizarro (3–5) Bob Miller (1–2) None see 2nd game 29–25–2
57 June 16 (2) Braves 1–0 Curt Simmons (5–3) Lew Burdette (5–3) None 30,520 30–25–2
58 June 18 @ Cubs 7–6 Jim Hearn (1–1) Dave Hillman (0–4) None 6,092 31–25–2
59 June 19 (1) @ Cubs 0–9 Dick Drott (6–6) Don Cardwell (3–4) None see 2nd game 31–26–2
60 June 19 (2) @ Cubs 3–4 Moe Drabowsky (4–5) Bob Miller (1–3) Turk Lown (5) 10,939 31–27–2
61 June 20 @ Cubs 7–2 Harvey Haddix (5–4) Don Kaiser (2–5) None 5,210 32–27–2
62 June 21 @ Braves 6–1 Curt Simmons (6–3) Lew Burdette (5–4) None 33,533 33–27–2
63 June 22 @ Braves 4–2 Jack Sanford (9–1) Bob Trowbridge (2–1) None 25,498 34–27–2
64 June 23 (1) @ Braves 6–7 Bob Buhl (8–2) Robin Roberts (6–9) None see 2nd game 34–28–2
65 June 23 (2) @ Braves 3–7 Taylor Phillips (3–2) Seth Morehead (0–1) Bob Trowbridge (1) 36,037 34–29–2
66 June 24 @ Braves 10–4 Harvey Haddix (6–4) Warren Spahn (7–5) Jim Hearn (2) 15,600 35–29–2
67 June 26 @ Cardinals 11–3 Curt Simmons (7–3) Lindy McDaniel (7–4) None 14,192 36–29–2
68 June 27 @ Cardinals 4–6 Von McDaniel (3–0) Jack Sanford (9–2) Hoyt Wilhelm (7) 25,133 36–30–2
69 June 28 @ Redlegs 1–7 Hal Jeffcoat (7–5) Don Cardwell (3–5) None 16,848 36–31–2
70 June 29 @ Redlegs 3–8 Tom Acker (9–3) Robin Roberts (6–10) None 10,290 36–32–2
71 June 30 (1) @ Redlegs 1–6 Brooks Lawrence (9–4) Curt Simmons (7–4) None see 2nd game 36–33–2
72 June 30 (2) @ Redlegs 2–6 Johnny Klippstein (3–7) Harvey Haddix (6–5) Brooks Lawrence (1) 32,584 36–34–2
July (20–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
73 July 1 @ Pirates 5–4 Jim Hearn (2–1) Bob Smith (0–2) Seth Morehead (1) 14,680 37–34–2
74 July 4 (1) Giants 2–1 Harvey Haddix (7–5) Rubén Gómez (10–6) None see 2nd game 38–34–2
75 July 4 (2) Giants 6–2 Curt Simmons (8–4) Stu Miller (3–4) Turk Farrell (3) 30,442 39–34–2
76 July 5 @ Dodgers 5–6 Roger Craig (3–5) Robin Roberts (6–11) Johnny Podres (1) 13,324 39–35–2
77 July 6 @ Dodgers 9–4 Jack Sanford (10–2) Don Drysdale (6–6) None 8,939 40–35–2
78 July 7 (1) @ Dodgers 2–1 Warren Hacker (4–2) Sal Maglie (3–2) Turk Farrell (4) see 2nd game 41–35–2
79 July 7 (2) @ Dodgers 5–3 Jim Hearn (3–1) Clem Labine (3–5) Turk Farrell (5) 16,805 42–35–2
July 9 1957 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis
80 July 11 (1) Cubs 1–0 (11) Harvey Haddix (8–5) Bob Rush (1–8) None see 2nd game 43–35–2
81 July 11 (2) Cubs 3–1 Jack Sanford (11–2) Don Elston (2–1) None 25,897 44–35–2
82 July 12 Cubs 2–5 Jim Brosnan (1–3) Robin Roberts (6–12) None 11,526 44–36–2
83 July 13 Cubs 5–2 Warren Hacker (5–2) Dick Drott (8–8) Turk Farrell (6) 4,541 45–36–2
84 July 14 (1) Cardinals 6–2 Curt Simmons (9–4) Von McDaniel (4–1) None see 2nd game 46–36–2
85 July 14 (2) Cardinals 11–4 Jim Hearn (4–1) Larry Jackson (10–5) None 26,451 47–36–2
86 July 15 Cardinals 6–2 Jack Sanford (12–2) Vinegar Bend Mizell (3–7) None 33,906 48–36–2
87 July 16 Braves 2–6 Warren Spahn (10–7) Harvey Haddix (8–6) None 24,846 48–37–2
88 July 17 Braves 3–10[d] Lew Burdette (8–6) Jack Meyer (0–2) Don McMahon (3) 24,596 48–38–2
89 July 18 Braves 2–4 Bob Buhl (10–6) Curt Simmons (9–5) Don McMahon (4) 24,385 48–39–2
90 July 19 Redlegs 2–7 Joe Nuxhall (4–5) Jack Sanford (12–3) None 27,147 48–40–2
91 July 20 Redlegs 7–5 Turk Farrell (4–2) Don Gross (4–6) None 11,574 49–40–2
92 July 21 (1) Redlegs 2–4 Brooks Lawrence (11–5) Robin Roberts (6–13) Hersh Freeman (7) see 2nd game 49–41–2
93 July 21 (2) Redlegs 4–6 Art Fowler (1–0) Harvey Haddix (8–7) Johnny Klippstein (1) 26,787 49–42–2
94 July 23 @ Braves 0–1 Bob Buhl (11–6) Curt Simmons (9–6) None 34,243 49–43–2
95 July 24 @ Braves 3–1 Jack Sanford (13–3) Gene Conley (3–5) None 32,412 50–43–2
96 July 25 @ Braves 5–3 Robin Roberts (7–13) Warren Spahn (10–8) Turk Farrell (7) 28,545 51–43–2
97 July 26 @ Cubs 3–1 (10) Warren Hacker (6–2) Bob Rush (1–11) Turk Farrell (8) 8,957 52–43–2
98 July 27 @ Cubs 1–6 Jim Brosnan (2–4) Harvey Haddix (8–8) None 11,323 52–44–2
99 July 28 (1) @ Cubs 3–2 Curt Simmons (10–6) Tom Poholsky (1–6) Turk Farrell (9) see 2nd game 53–44–2
100 July 28 (2) @ Cubs 7–1 Jack Sanford (14–3) Dick Drott (9–9) None 20,512 54–44–2
101 July 29 @ Cubs 6–0 Robin Roberts (8–13) Don Elston (3–4) None 3,637 55–44–2
102 July 30 @ Redlegs 8–5 Bob Miller (2–3) Hersh Freeman (5–2) None 15,813 56–44–2
103 July 31 @ Redlegs 5–6 (11) Art Fowler (3–0) Bob Miller (2–4) None 12,721 56–45–2
August (9–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
104 August 1 @ Redlegs 3–4 Johnny Klippstein (5–10) Curt Simmons (10–7) Tom Acker (4) 11,720 56–46–2
105 August 2 @ Cardinals 4–5 (10) Willard Schmidt (10–1) Bob Miller (2–5) None 21,898 56–47–2
106 August 3 @ Cardinals 1–3 Von McDaniel (6–2) Robin Roberts (8–14) Billy Muffett (1) 18,955 56–48–2
107 August 4 (1) @ Cardinals 5–4 (12) Harvey Haddix (9–8) Larry Jackson (12–6) None see 2nd game 57–48–2
108 August 4 (2) @ Cardinals 1–4 Lindy McDaniel (10–6) Warren Hacker (6–3) None 29,098 57–49–2
109 August 6 @ Pirates 3–5 Ron Kline (3–15) Jack Sanford (14–4) None 11,136 57–50–2
110 August 8 @ Pirates 6–3 Curt Simmons (11–7) Vern Law (7–7) Bob Miller (5) 5,238 58–50–2
111 August 9 @ Giants 2–6 Ray Crone (5–6) Robin Roberts (8–15) None 6,247 58–51–2
August 10 @ Giants Postponed (rain);[8] Makeup: August 11 as a traditional double-header
112 August 11 (1) @ Giants 0–5 Curt Barclay (7–7) Harvey Haddix (9–9) None see 2nd game 58–52–2
113 August 11 (2) @ Giants 2–0 Jack Sanford (15–4) Johnny Antonelli (11–12) None 13,880 59–52–2
114 August 13 Pirates 0–6 Bob Friend (8–15) Warren Hacker (6–4) None 14,129 59–53–2
115 August 14 Pirates 3–10 Vern Law (9–7) Curt Simmons (11–8) None 8,641 59–54–2
116 August 16 Giants 1–2 Stu Miller (5–8) Robin Roberts (8–16) None 16,733 59–55–2
117 August 17 Giants 3–1 Jack Sanford (16–4) Rubén Gómez (13–10) None 7,929 60–55–2
118 August 18 (1) Giants 4–5 Mike McCormick (2–0) Warren Hacker (6–5) Marv Grissom (8) see 2nd game 60–56–2
119 August 18 (2) Giants 0–1 Al Worthington (8–8) Harvey Haddix (9–10) None 14,591 60–57–2
120 August 20 (1) Cubs 2–1 (10) Turk Farrell (5–2) Moe Drabowsky (9–11) None see 2nd game 61–57–2
121 August 20 (2) Cubs 2–5 Don Elston (4–5) Robin Roberts (8–17) None 15,129 61–58–2
122 August 22 Cardinals 5–6 Larry Jackson (13–6) Jack Sanford (16–5) Billy Muffett (3) 21,947 61–59–2
123 August 23 Cardinals 3–2 Harvey Haddix (10–10) Vinegar Bend Mizell (5–10) None 20,284 62–59–2
124 August 24 Cardinals 2–5 Herm Wehmeier (6–6) Curt Simmons (11–9) None 11,049 62–60–2
125 August 25 Braves 3–7 Warren Spahn (16–8) Robin Roberts (8–18) None 14,051 62–61–2
126 August 26 Braves 4–3 Turk Farrell (6–2) Ernie Johnson (6–2) None 21,397 63–61–2
127 August 27 Redlegs 2–5 Joe Nuxhall (8–7) Don Cardwell (3–6) None 15,520 63–62–2
128 August 28 Redlegs 5–6 Brooks Lawrence (12–11) Curt Simmons (11–10) Johnny Klippstein (2) 15,134 63–63–2
129 August 30 Pirates 4–3 Jack Sanford (17–5) Vern Law (10–8) None 8,157 64–63–2
130 August 31 Pirates 7–1 Don Cardwell (4–6) Bob Friend (10–17) None 5,141 65–63–2
September (12–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
131 September 1 (1) Pirates 11–3 Robin Roberts (9–18) Bob Purkey (10–13) None see 2nd game 66–63–2
132 September 1 (2) Pirates 3–6 Whammy Douglas (2–2) Curt Simmons (11–11) Roy Face (7) 11,294 66–64–2
133 September 2 (1) @ Dodgers 10–4 Warren Hacker (7–5) Danny McDevitt (6–2) None see 2nd game 67–64–2
134 September 2 (2) @ Dodgers 7–4 Jim Hearn (5–1) Roger Craig (5–8) None 18,895 68–64–2
135 September 3 @ Dodgers 3–2 (12) Turk Farrell (7–2) Don Drysdale (14–8) Bob Miller (6) 10,190 69–64–2
136 September 4 Dodgers 3–12 Don Newcombe (11–11) Don Cardwell (4–7) Ed Roebuck (6) 17,615 69–65–2
137 September 5 Dodgers 1–3 Carl Erskine (4–2) Robin Roberts (9–19) Ed Roebuck (7) 18,087 69–66–2
138 September 6 @ Pirates 2–3 Ron Kline (7–15) Harvey Haddix (10–11) None 6,915 69–67–2
139 September 7 @ Pirates 3–6 Red Swanson (3–2) Jack Sanford (17–6) Roy Face (9) 4,612 69–68–2
140 September 8 (1) @ Pirates 7–4 Turk Farrell (8–2) Bob Purkey (10–14) Robin Roberts (2) see 2nd game 70–68–2
141 September 8 (2) @ Pirates 2–6 Bob Smith (1–3) Warren Hacker (7–6) None 12,021 70–69–2
142 September 10 @ Cardinals 3–4 (14) Lindy McDaniel (14–8) Robin Roberts (9–20) None 10,997 70–70–2
143 September 11 @ Cardinals 6–14 Herm Wehmeier (9–6) Harvey Haddix (10–12) Hoyt Wilhelm (11) 10,674 70–71–2
144 September 13 @ Redlegs 7–8 Tom Acker (10–5) Jack Sanford (17–7) Johnny Klippstein (3) 6,805 70–72–2
145 September 14 @ Redlegs 5–0 Robin Roberts (10–20) Brooks Lawrence (15–12) None 4,527 71–72–2
146 September 15 @ Braves 3–2 (10) Turk Farrell (9–2) Warren Spahn (19–10) None 34,920 72–72–2
147 September 16 @ Braves 1–5 Bob Buhl (17–6) Harvey Haddix (10–13) None 20,929 72–73–2
148 September 17 @ Cubs 1–7 Moe Drabowsky (11–14) Jack Sanford (17–8) None 1,727 72–74–2
149 September 18 @ Cubs 4–6 Dick Drott (15–11) Robin Roberts (10–21) Don Elston (6) 2,094 72–75–2
150 September 20 @ Dodgers 3–2 Turk Farrell (10–2) Carl Erskine (5–3) Jim Hearn (3) 6,749 73–75–2
151 September 21 @ Dodgers 3–2 Jack Sanford (18–8) Johnny Podres (12–9) Turk Farrell (10) 5,118 74–75–2
152 September 22 @ Dodgers 3–7 Don Drysdale (17–9) Robin Roberts (10–22) None 6,662 74–76–2
153 September 24 Giants 5–0 Curt Simmons (12–11) Curt Barclay (9–9) None 7,019 75–76–2
154 September 27 Dodgers 3–2 Jack Sanford (19–8) Bill Harris (0–1) None 11,595 76–76–2
155 September 28 Dodgers 4–8 Ed Roebuck (8–2) Don Cardwell (4–8) Johnny Podres (3) 5,797 76–77–2
156 September 29 Dodgers 2–1 Seth Morehead (1–1) Roger Craig (6–9) None 9,886 77–77–2
^[a] The second game on April 28 was suspended (Sunday curfew[9][10]) in the bottom of the seventh inning with the score 7–8 and was completed August 16, 1957.[11][12]
^[b] The May 21 game was called after 512 innings (reduced to 5 innings[13]) with the score tied 1–1.[14][15] It was replayed from the start on June 24, 1957.
^[c] The second game on June 9 was suspended (Sunday curfew[16][17]) in the top of the tenth inning[18] with the score 4–4.[19] Because at least nine innings had been completed, the game was replayed from the beginning[20] on August 20, 1957.
^[d] The July 17 game was protested by the Phillies between the first and second innings.[21][22][23][24][25] The protest was later denied.[26]

Roster

1957 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
RF Rip Repulski 134 516 134 .260 20 68

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Roy Smalley 28 31 5 .161 1 1
John Kennedy 5 2 0 .000 0 0
Bobby Morgan 2 0 0 ---- 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Don Cardwell 30 128.1 4 8 4.91 92

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Turk Farrell 52 10 2 10 2.38 54

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Miami Marlins International League Don Osborn
AA Tulsa Oilers Texas League Al Widmar
A Schenectady Blue Jays Eastern League Dick Carter
B High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms Carolina League Frank Lucchesi
B Lewiston Broncos Northwest League Hillis Layne
C Salt Lake City Bees Pioneer League Cliff Dapper
D Johnson City Phillies Appalachian League Ben Taylor
D Tampa Tarpons Florida State League Charlie Gassaway
D Moultrie/Brunswick Phillies Georgia–Florida League Benny Zientara
D Olean Oilers New York–Penn League Paul Owens

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Tampa

Moultrie franchise transferred to Brunswick, June 1, 1957[27]

Notes

  1. ^ Rip Repulski at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Chico Fernández at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Frank Baumholtz at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Warren Hacker at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ "1957 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  6. ^ a b "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. May 20, 1957. p. 24. Retrieved June 10, 2016.
  7. ^ "Baseball". The Windsor Daily Star. Windsor, ON. June 10, 1967. p. 21. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
  8. ^ "The Majors". The Pittsburgh Press. Pittsburgh, PA. June 11, 1957. p. 1, section 4. Retrieved June 11, 2016.
  9. ^ "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. April 29, 1957. p. 22. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
  10. ^ "Braves Beat Reds For 6th Time, 3-2, Bucs' Bob Friend Blanks Dogers 3-0". Montreal, QC: The Gazette. Associated Press (AP). April 29, 1957. p. 27. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
  11. ^ "Apr 28, 1957, Giants at Phillies Play by Play and Box Score". baseball-reference.com. sports-reference.com. April 28, 1957. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
  12. ^ "New York Giants 8, Philadelphia Phillies 7 (2)". retrosheet.org. April 28, 1957. Retrieved June 8, 2016. Game suspended due to Pennsylvania curfew and resumed 8/16 with new umpires[.]
  13. ^ "Milwaukee Braves 1, Philadelphia Phillies 1". retrosheet.org. May 21, 1957. Retrieved June 11, 2016. 31 minute rain delay in the middle of the sixth; the top of the sixth was negated; Game called with the score tied at 1-1[.]
  14. ^ Thisted, Red (May 22, 1957). "Rain Cuts Braves, Phils Short at 1-1". Milwaukee Sentinel. Milwaukee, WI. p. 2, part 2. Retrieved June 11, 2016. [A]ll game statistics will be counted in the records.
  15. ^ "Rain Stops Braves, Phils In Sixth, 1-1". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. Associated Press (AP). May 22, 1957. p. 24. Retrieved June 11, 2016.
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