1960 Philadelphia Phillies
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Location
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Owner(s)R. R. M. Carpenter, Jr.
General manager(s)John J. Quinn
Manager(s)Eddie Sawyer, Gene Mauch
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The 1960 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 78th in franchise history. The team finished in eighth place in the National League with a record of 59–95, 36 games behind the NL and World Series Champion Pittsburgh Pirates.

Offseason

Regular season

Manager Eddie Sawyer abruptly resigned after the season opener. The Phillies hired Gene Mauch as his replacement, but coach Andy Cohen managed one game before Mauch could join the team from the Minneapolis Millers, leading the Phillies to a 5–4 win in ten innings over the Milwaukee Braves.[6] This was the only game Cohen ever managed in the major leagues, leaving him with a perfect record as a manager.[7]

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Pittsburgh Pirates 95 59 0.617 52–25 43–34
Milwaukee Braves 88 66 0.571 7 51–26 37–40
St. Louis Cardinals 86 68 0.558 9 51–26 35–42
Los Angeles Dodgers 82 72 0.532 13 42–35 40–37
San Francisco Giants 79 75 0.513 16 45–32 34–43
Cincinnati Reds 67 87 0.435 28 37–40 30–47
Chicago Cubs 60 94 0.390 35 33–44 27–50
Philadelphia Phillies 59 95 0.383 36 31–46 28–49

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Team CHC CIN LA MIL PHI PIT SF STL
Chicago 10–12 9–13 7–15 10–12 7–15 9–13–1 8–14–1
Cincinnati 12–10 12–10 9–13 9–13 6–16 11–11 8–14
Los Angeles 13–9 10–12 12–10 16–6 11–11 10–12 10–12
Milwaukee 15–7 13–9 10–12 16–6 9–13 14–8 11–11
Philadelphia 12–10 13–9 6–16 6–16 7–15 8–14 7–15
Pittsburgh 15–7 16–6 11–11 13–9 15–7 14–8–1 11–11
San Francisco 13–9–1 11–11 12–10 8–14 14–8 8–14–1 13–9
St. Louis 14–8–1 14–8 12–10 11–11 15–7 11–11 9–13


Notable transactions

Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1960 Game Log[14]
Overall Record: 59–95
April (5–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 12 @ Reds 4–9 Brooks Lawrence (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–1) Bill Henry (1) 30,075 0–1
2 April 14 Braves 5–4 (10) Don Cardwell (1–0) Juan Pizarro (0–1) None 32,038 1–1
3 April 16 Braves 3–13 Lew Burdette (1–0) John Buzhardt (0–1) None 9,077 1–2
4 April 17 Braves 4–8 Bob Buhl (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–2) None 6,632 1–3
5 April 19 @ Pirates 4–3 Jim Owens (1–0) Harvey Haddix (0–1) None 11,443 2–3
6 April 20 @ Pirates 2–4 Vern Law (2–0) Don Cardwell (1–1) None 10,403 2–4
7 April 21 @ Pirates 5–11 Fred Green (1–0) Humberto Robinson (0–1) Roy Face (1) 9,451 2–5
8 April 22 Reds 10–7 Robin Roberts (1–2) Jay Hook (1–1) Rubén Gómez (1) 12,254 3–5
9 April 23 Reds 3–2 (13) Turk Farrell (1–0) Bill Henry (0–1) None 5,168 4–5
10 April 24 (1) Reds 9–5 Chris Short (1–0) Bob Purkey (0–1) Turk Farrell (1) see 2nd game 5–5
11 April 24 (2) Reds 4–10 Don Newcombe (1–0) Jim Owens (1–1) Jim Brosnan (1) 19,873 5–6
April 26 Pirates Postponed (rain);[15] Makeup: July 8 as a traditional double-header
12 April 27 Pirates 2–3 Vern Law (3–0) Jack Meyer (0–1) None 9,233 5–7
13 April 28 Pirates 0–3 Bob Friend (3–0) John Buzhardt (0–2) None 8,789 5–8
14 April 29 @ Braves 3–5 Juan Pizarro (1–1) Jim Owens (1–2) Warren Spahn (1) 12,480 5–9
April 30 @ Braves Postponed (rain);[16] Makeup: August 18
May (9–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
15 May 1 @ Braves 4–5 Lew Burdette (2–1) Don Cardwell (1–2) Don McMahon (1) 17,884 5–10
16 May 2 @ Cubs 7–8 Ben Johnson (1–1) Humberto Robinson (0–2) None 2,807 5–11
17 May 3 @ Cubs 10–9 Jack Meyer (1–1) Glen Hobbie (2–2) Turk Farrell (2) 3,046 6–11
18 May 4 @ Cardinals 3–5 Marshall Bridges (2–0) John Buzhardt (0–3) Lindy McDaniel (4) 6,226 6–12
19 May 5 @ Cardinals 3–1 Jim Owens (2–2) Vinegar Bend Mizell (1–2) None 7,812 7–12
20 May 6 @ Dodgers 6–1 (10) Turk Farrell (2–0) Sandy Koufax (0–2) None 20,165 8–12
21 May 7 @ Dodgers 2–3 (11) Larry Sherry (3–3) Rubén Gómez (0–1) None 24,082 8–13
22 May 8 @ Dodgers 4–2 Jack Meyer (2–1) Ed Rakow (0–1) Turk Farrell (3) 20,756 9–13
23 May 10 @ Giants 2–4 Stu Miller (1–1) Gene Conley (0–1) Billy O'Dell (1) 20,304 9–14
24 May 11 @ Giants 0–1 Sam Jones (4–2) Jim Owens (2–3) None 11,447 9–15
25 May 12 @ Giants 0–1 Jack Sanford (3–1) Robin Roberts (1–3) None 10,849 9–16
26 May 13 @ Reds 0–1 Jim O'Toole (3–2) Rubén Gómez (0–2) None 6,787 9–17
27 May 14 @ Reds 5–2 Jack Meyer (3–1) Jay Hook (3–3) Turk Farrell (4) 4,239 10–17
28 May 15 (1) @ Reds 14–3 Gene Conley (1–1) Cal McLish (2–3) None see 2nd game 11–17
29 May 15 (2) @ Reds 1–5 Don Newcombe (2–1) Humberto Robinson (0–3) Bill Henry (6) 17,860 11–18
30 May 16 Cardinals 3–5 Ernie Broglio (1–1) Jim Owens (2–4) None 11,321 11–19
May 17 Cardinals Postponed (rain);[17] Makeup: August 9 as a traditional double-header
May 18 Cubs Postponed (rain);[18] Makeup: June 21 as a traditional double-header
31 May 19 Cubs 2–4 Bob Anderson (1–1) Robin Roberts (1–4) None 12,297 11–20
32 May 20 Dodgers 6–3 Gene Conley (2–1) Johnny Podres (2–4) None 18,681 12–20
May 21 Dodgers Postponed (rain);[19] Makeup: June 29 as a traditional double-header
33 May 22 Dodgers 6–9 Ed Roebuck (2–1) Rubén Gómez (0–3) Don Drysdale (1) 12,780 12–21
34 May 24 Giants 0–4 Sam Jones (5–3) Jim Owens (2–5) None 20,529 12–22
35 May 25 Giants 1–5 (8) Mike McCormick (6–2) Robin Roberts (1–5) None 17,713 12–23
36 May 26 Giants 0–9 Jack Sanford (5–1) Gene Conley (2–2) None 14,386 12–24
May 27 @ Pirates Postponed (rain);[20][21] Makeup: August 16 as a traditional double-header
37 May 28 @ Pirates 2–4 (13) Jim Umbricht (1–2) Turk Farrell (2–1) None 9,476 12–25
38 May 29 @ Pirates 5–8 Vern Law (7–1) Robin Roberts (1–6) Fred Green (2) 15,704 12–26
39 May 30 (1) Reds 4–5 (10) Jim Brosnan (3–0) Gene Conley (2–3) Bob Grim (1) see 2nd game 12–27
40 May 30 (2) Reds 6–1 John Buzhardt (1–3) Don Newcombe (3–2) None 20,323 13–27
41 May 31 Braves 12–7 Chris Short (2–0) Lew Burdette (3–2) Turk Farrell (5) 8,155 14–27
June (14–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
42 June 1 Braves 3–6 Bob Buhl (4–2) Robin Roberts (1–7) None 10,682 14–28
43 June 2 Braves 8–9 Warren Spahn (3–2) Taylor Phillips (0–1) Bob Rush (1) 10,002 14–29
44 June 3 Pirates 0–3 Vern Law (8–1) John Buzhardt (1–4) None 16,738 14–30
June 4 Pirates Postponed (rain);[22] Makeup: September 20 as a traditional double-header
45 June 5 (1) Pirates 2–0 Gene Conley (3–3) Bob Friend (6–3) None see 2nd game 15–30
46 June 5 (2) Pirates 4–1 Jim Owens (3–5) Harvey Haddix (3–2) None 23,410 16–30
47 June 6 @ Cardinals 2–5 Larry Jackson (7–5) Chris Short (2–1) None 9,908 16–31
48 June 7 @ Cardinals 5–3 Robin Roberts (2–7) Bob Miller (2–1) Turk Farrell (6) 9,635 17–31
49 June 8 @ Cardinals 5–4 John Buzhardt (2–4) Lindy McDaniel (3–3) None 8,263 18–31
50 June 10 @ Cubs 1–6 Mark Freeman (1–0) Jim Owens (3–6) None 5,077 18–32
51 June 11 @ Cubs 7–1 Chris Short (3–1) Dick Ellsworth (3–3) None 13,166 19–32
52 June 12 @ Cubs 7–8 (10) Mark Freeman (2–0) Humberto Robinson (0–4) None 8,481 19–33
53 June 14 @ Dodgers 6–5 (10) Turk Farrell (3–1) Clem Labine (0–1) None 18,031 20–33
54 June 15 @ Dodgers 2–14 Sandy Koufax (2–8) Jim Owens (3–7) None 13,295 20–34
55 June 16 @ Dodgers 6–10 Johnny Podres (6–5) John Buzhardt (2–5) Ed Roebuck (2) 19,573 20–35
56 June 17 @ Giants 3–7 Mike McCormick (8–3) Chris Short (3–2) Billy Loes (3) 20,952 20–36
57 June 18 @ Giants 4–7 Sam Jones (9–5) Dallas Green (0–1) Johnny Antonelli (2) 19,494 20–37
58 June 19 @ Giants 2–1 (11) Robin Roberts (3–7) Jack Sanford (6–4) None 32,159 21–37
59 June 21 (1) Cubs 7–6 (13) Turk Farrell (4–1) Glen Hobbie (6–9) None see 2nd game 22–37
60 June 21 (2) Cubs 7–6[a][b] John Buzhardt (3–5) Joe Schaffernoth (0–2) Robin Roberts (1) 26,233 23–37
61 June 22 Cubs 6–3 Chris Short (4–2) Bob Anderson (2–3) None 9,342 24–37
62 June 23 Cubs 4–3 Turk Farrell (5–1) Seth Morehead (0–6) None 8,144 25–37
63 June 24 Cardinals 4–3 Robin Roberts (4–7) Ernie Broglio (5–3) None 14,489 26–37
64 June 25 Cardinals 0–1 Curt Simmons (1–0) Jim Owens (3–8) Lindy McDaniel (13) 7,660 26–38
65 June 26 (1) Cardinals 3–2 (12) John Buzhardt (4–5) Ernie Broglio (5–4) None see 2nd game 27–38
66 June 26 (2) Cardinals 3–4 Ernie Broglio (6–4) Chris Short (4–3) None 19,998 27–39
67 June 28 Dodgers 2–0 Dallas Green (1–1) Stan Williams (6–2) None 22,775 28–39
68 June 29 (1) Dodgers 3–6 Larry Sherry (6–4) Turk Farrell (5–2) None see 2nd game 28–40
69 June 29 (2) Dodgers 2–5 Sandy Koufax (3–8) Gene Conley (3–4) Ed Roebuck (3) 25,572 28–41
70 June 30 Dodgers 6–10 Ed Roebuck (5–1) Jim Owens (3–9) None 20,859 28–42
July (10–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
July 1 Giants Postponed (rain);[23] Makeup: August 2 as a traditional double-header
71 July 2 Giants 3–2 (11) Turk Farrell (6–2) Mike McCormick (9–4) None 20,647 29–42
72 July 3 Giants 5–11 Sam Jones (10–7) Chris Short (4–4) Mike McCormick (2) 15,700 29–43
73 July 4 (1) @ Reds 0–5 Jay Hook (7–7) Dallas Green (1–2) None see 2nd game 29–44
74 July 4 (2) @ Reds 5–2 Gene Conley (4–4) Joe Nuxhall (1–4) None 15,280 30–44
75 July 5 @ Reds 2–0 Robin Roberts (5–7) Don Newcombe (3–6) None 5,847 31–44
76 July 6 @ Braves 8–5 (10) Gene Conley (5–4) Don McMahon (2–6) None 14,753 32–44
77 July 7 @ Braves 0–2 Warren Spahn (8–5) Chris Short (4–5) None 14,983 32–45
78 July 8 (1) Pirates 6–5 (10) Turk Farrell (7–2) Fred Green (4–3) None see 2nd game 33–45
79 July 8 (2) Pirates 3–8 Bob Friend (10–5) Dallas Green (1–3) None 36,056 33–46
80 July 9 Pirates 2–1 Gene Conley (6–4) Vern Law (11–4) None 19,541 34–46
81 July 10 Pirates 2–6 Harvey Haddix (6–4) Robin Roberts (5–8) Roy Face (13) 13,012 34–47
July 11 1960 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Municipal Stadium in Kansas City
July 13 1960 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium in New York City
82 July 15 Braves 5–7 Warren Spahn (9–6) Chris Short (4–6) Ron Piché (4) 19,429 34–48
83 July 16 Braves 4–6 Joey Jay (3–5) Robin Roberts (5–9) Don Nottebart (1) 17,969 34–49
84 July 17 Braves 3–7 Lew Burdette (10–4) Gene Conley (6–5) None 10,686 34–50
85 July 19 @ Giants 0–2 Juan Marichal (1–0) John Buzhardt (4–6) None 13,279 34–51
86 July 20 @ Giants 1–3 Sam Jones (12–9) Chris Short (4–7) Johnny Antonelli (4) 10,504 34–52
87 July 21 @ Giants 3–0 Robin Roberts (6–9) Jack Sanford (8–8) None 9,561 35–52
88 July 22 @ Dodgers 0–2 Don Drysdale (8–10) Gene Conley (6–6) None 21,335 35–53
89 July 23 @ Dodgers 0–2 Roger Craig (4–1) Dallas Green (1–4) None 31,631 35–54
90 July 24 @ Dodgers 0–9 Stan Williams (10–2) John Buzhardt (4–7) None 14,027 35–55
91 July 26 @ Cubs 4–3 Robin Roberts (7–9) Glen Hobbie (9–13) Turk Farrell (7) 4,791 36–55
92 July 27 @ Cubs 7–5 Gene Conley (7–6) Seth Morehead (1–7) Turk Farrell (8) 7,409 37–55
93 July 28 @ Cubs 3–2 Dallas Green (2–4) Dick Ellsworth (4–8) None 5,442 38–55
94 July 29 @ Cardinals 0–3 Ernie Broglio (11–5) John Buzhardt (4–8) None 14,028 38–56
95 July 30 @ Cardinals 3–6 Larry Jackson (13–8) Chris Short (4–8) None 8,332 38–57
96 July 31 (1) @ Cardinals 2–9 Curt Simmons (3–1) Gene Conley (7–7) None see 2nd game 38–58
97 July 31 (2) @ Cardinals 3–5 Ray Sadecki (5–5) Robin Roberts (7–10) Lindy McDaniel (16) 20,061 38–59
August (10–20)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
98 August 2 (1) Giants 7–3 Dallas Green (3–4) Jack Sanford (9–9) Turk Farrell (9) see 2nd game 39–59
99 August 2 (2) Giants 6–5 Turk Farrell (8–2) Stu Miller (3–4) None 26,276 40–59
100 August 3 Giants 6–5 Turk Farrell (9–2) Billy Loes (3–2) None 11,169 41–59
101 August 4 Giants 7–8 Johnny Antonelli (4–6) Jim Owens (3–10) Stu Miller (1) 12,876 41–60
August 5 Dodgers Postponed (rain);[24] Makeup: August 7 as a traditional double-header
102 August 6 Dodgers 3–1 Robin Roberts (8–10) Stan Williams (11–4) None 22,741 42–60
103 August 7 (1) Dodgers 7–8 Larry Sherry (9–8) Turk Farrell (9–3) None see 2nd game 42–61
104 August 7 (2) Dodgers 1–2 Sandy Koufax (4–8) John Buzhardt (4–9) None 22,707 42–62
105 August 9 (1) Cardinals 4–5 Lindy McDaniel (9–3) Dallas Green (3–5) None see 2nd game 42–63
106 August 9 (2) Cardinals 0–6 Curt Simmons (4–2) Gene Conley (7–8) None 21,312 42–64
107 August 10 Cardinals 5–6 (10) Lindy McDaniel (10–3) Turk Farrell (9–4) Ed Bauta (1) 12,176 42–65
108 August 12 Cubs 10–6 Chris Short (5–8) Glen Hobbie (10–16) Turk Farrell (10) 10,714 43–65
109 August 13 Cubs 2–4 Bob Anderson (6–7) John Buzhardt (4–10) Don Elston (9) 2,533 43–66
110 August 14 (1) Cubs 1–2 Dick Ellsworth (6–8) Gene Conley (7–9) None see 2nd game 43–67
111 August 14 (2) Cubs 3–7 Moe Drabowsky (3–1) Dallas Green (3–6) Glen Hobbie (1) 11,725 43–68
112 August 15 @ Pirates 4–3 Art Mahaffey (1–0) Roy Face (6–6) Chris Short (1) 19,912 44–68
113 August 16 (1) @ Pirates 2–11 Bob Friend (13–9) Jim Owens (3–11) None see 2nd game 44–69
114 August 16 (2) @ Pirates 3–4 Roy Face (7–6) Robin Roberts (8–11) None 34,673 44–70
115 August 17 @ Pirates 3–5 Harvey Haddix (8–7) John Buzhardt (4–11) Clem Labine (4) 33,598 44–71
116 August 18 @ Braves 0–1 Lew Burdette (14–7) Gene Conley (7–10) None 16,338 44–72
117 August 19 @ Braves 3–2 Art Mahaffey (2–0) Juan Pizarro (6–6) None 14,723 45–72
118 August 20 @ Braves 0–1 Bob Buhl (12–6) Robin Roberts (8–12) None 23,985 45–73
119 August 21 @ Braves 2–3 Warren Spahn (15–7) John Buzhardt (4–12) None 23,169 45–74
120 August 23 @ Cardinals 2–4 Ray Sadecki (7–7) Gene Conley (7–11) Lindy McDaniel (20) 13,283 45–75
121 August 24 @ Cardinals 5–3 Art Mahaffey (3–0) Larry Jackson (11–14) Chris Short (2) 10,636 46–75
122 August 26 @ Cubs 4–2 Robin Roberts (9–12) Bob Anderson (7–8) None 5,021 47–75
123 August 27 @ Cubs 4–5 Don Elston (7–7) Chris Short (5–9) None 9,657 47–76
124 August 28 @ Cubs 6–8 Don Cardwell (6–12) Gene Conley (7–12) Joe Schaffernoth (3) 11,383 47–77
125 August 29 @ Giants 2–0 Art Mahaffey (4–0) Mike McCormick (11–10) None 10,062 48–77
126 August 30 @ Giants 1–2 Sam Jones (15–14) Robin Roberts (9–13) None 7,014 48–78
127 August 31 @ Dodgers 1–3 Roger Craig (6–1) John Buzhardt (4–13) None 12,586 48–79
September (9–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
128 September 1 @ Dodgers 2–3 (11) Don Drysdale (12–13) Turk Farrell (9–5) None 28,946 48–80
129 September 3 @ Pirates 3–2 Art Mahaffey (5–0) Vern Law (19–6) None 18,487 49–80
130 September 4 @ Pirates 3–5 Vinegar Bend Mizell (10–7) Jim Owens (3–12) Clem Labine (6) 17,856 49–81
131 September 5 Reds 2–9 Bob Purkey (16–8) Robin Roberts (9–14) None 8,979 49–82
132 September 6 Reds 1–6 (10) Jim Brosnan (7–2) John Buzhardt (4–14) None 4,396 49–83
133 September 7 Cubs 2–0 Gene Conley (8–12) Don Cardwell (7–13) None 3,323 50–83
134 September 8 Cubs 1–2 Glen Hobbie (14–17) Art Mahaffey (5–1) None 3,808 50–84
135 September 9 Cardinals 1–5 (5) Larry Jackson (16–12) Robin Roberts (9–15) None 18,677 50–85
136 September 10 Cardinals 7–2 Jim Owens (4–12) Ray Sadecki (8–8) None 6,444 51–85
137 September 11 Cardinals 3–7 Curt Simmons (7–3) John Buzhardt (4–15) Lindy McDaniel (24) 3,722 51–86
September 12 Dodgers Postponed (rain; Hurricane Donna);[25][26] Makeup: September 13 as a traditional double-header
138 September 13 (1) Dodgers 1–2 (10) Johnny Podres (12–11) Gene Conley (8–13) Larry Sherry (7) see 2nd game 51–87
139 September 13 (2) Dodgers 1–4 Sandy Koufax (8–12) Art Mahaffey (5–2) None 7,559 51–88
140 September 14 Giants 5–1 Robin Roberts (10–15) Billy O'Dell (7–12) None 4,432 52–88
141 September 15 Giants 6–8 (11) Johnny Antonelli (6–7) Turk Farrell (9–6) Billy Loes (5) 4,847 52–89
142 September 16 @ Braves 0–4 Warren Spahn (20–9) John Buzhardt (4–16) None 6,117 52–90
143 September 17 @ Braves 5–2 (10) Turk Farrell (10–6) Ron Piché (2–5) Chris Short (3) 11,523 53–90
144 September 18 @ Braves 1–7 (8) Joey Jay (9–7) Art Mahaffey (5–3) None 10,561 53–91
145 September 20 (1) Pirates 1–7 Bob Friend (17–11) Robin Roberts (10–16) None see 2nd game 53–92
146 September 20 (2) Pirates 2–3 Clem Labine (3–4) Jim Owens (4–13) None 17,216 53–93
147 September 23 @ Reds 6–1 John Buzhardt (5–16) Bob Purkey (17–10) None 3,919 54–93
148 September 24 @ Reds 0–5 Jim Maloney (2–5) Gene Conley (8–14) None 2,798 54–94
149 September 25 @ Reds 7–1 Art Mahaffey (6–3) Jay Hook (11–18) None 7,178 55–94
150 September 27 Braves 5–3 Robin Roberts (11–16) Joey Jay (9–8) Turk Farrell (11) 4,060 56–94
151 September 28 Braves 3–9 Lew Burdette (19–12) Jim Owens (4–14) None 2,884 56–95
152 September 30 Reds 7–6 (14) Chris Short (6–9) Orlando Peña (0–1) None 3,370 57–95
October (2–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
153 October 1 Reds 7–3 Robin Roberts (12–16) Jim Maloney (2–6) None 1,897 58–95
154 October 2 Reds 6–1 Art Mahaffey (7–3) Bob Purkey (17–11) None 3,598 59–95
^[a] The June 21, 1960 (game 2), game was protested by the Cubs in the bottom of the fifth inning.[27] The protest was later denied.[28]
^[b] The June 21 game was suspended at the end of the eighth inning with the score 7–5 and was completed June 22, 1960.[28]

Roster

1960 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders 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
C Jimmie Coker 81 252 54 .214 6 34
1B Pancho Herrera 145 512 144 .281 17 71
2B Tony Taylor 127 505 145 .287 4 35
SS Rubén Amaro 92 264 61 .231 0 16
3B Al Dark 55 198 48 .242 3 14
LF Bob Smith 98 217 62 .286 4 27
CF Bobby Del Greco 100 300 71 .237 10 26
RF Ken Walters 124 426 102 .239 8 37

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
Johnny Callison 99 288 75 .260 9 30
Tony Curry 95 245 64 .261 6 34
Tony González 78 241 72 .299 6 33
Lee Walls 65 181 36 .199 3 19
Joe Koppe 58 170 29 .171 1 13
Cal Neeman 59 160 29 .181 4 13
Clay Dalrymple 82 158 43 .272 4 21
Ted Lepcio 69 141 32 .227 2 8
Bobby Malkmus 79 133 28 .211 1 12
Harry Anderson 38 93 23 .247 5 12
Wally Post 34 84 24 .286 2 12
Joe Morgan 26 83 11 .133 0 2
Ed Bouchee 22 65 17 .262 0 8
Jim Woods 11 34 6 .176 1 3
Dave Philley 14 15 5 .333 0 4
Bobby Wine 4 14 2 .143 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
Robin Roberts 35 237.1 12 16 4.02 122
John Buzhardt 30 200.1 5 16 3.86 73
Gene Conley 29 183.1 8 14 3.68 117
Jim Owens 31 150.0 4 14 5.04 83
Art Mahaffey 14 93.1 7 3 2.31 56

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
Dallas Green 23 108.2 3 6 4.06 51
Chris Short 42 107.1 6 9 3.94 54
Don Cardwell 5 28.1 1 2 4.45 21
Jack Meyer 7 25.0 3 1 4.32 18
Curt Simmons 4 4.0 0 0 18.00 4

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 59 10 6 11 2.70 70
Humberto Robinson 33 0 4 0 3.44 31
Rubén Gómez 22 0 3 1 5.33 24
Taylor Phillips 10 0 1 0 8.36 6
Al Neiger 6 0 0 0 5.68 3
Hank Mason 3 0 0 0 9.53 3

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Indianapolis Indians American Association Johnny Hutchings and Ted Beard
AAA Buffalo Bisons International League Kerby Farrell
AA Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association Spook Jacobs
A Williamsport Grays Eastern League Frank Lucchesi
A Asheville Tourists Sally League Chuck Kress
B Des Moines Demons Illinois–Indiana–Iowa League Andy Seminick
C Bakersfield Bears California League Lou Kahn
D Johnson City Phillies Appalachian League Ben Tompkins
D Tampa Tarpons Florida State League Moose Johnson
D Elmira Pioneers New York–Penn League Jack Phillips

LEAGUE CO-CHAMPIONS: Williamsport[29]

Notes

  1. ^ Clay Dalrymple at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Carl Sawatski at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Chico Fernández at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Johnny Callison at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ Jim Bolger at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ via Associated Press. "NEW PILOT HIRED WITH 2-YEAR PACT; Mauch, 34, Is Surprised by Offer – Phils Turn Back Braves in 10th, 5–4", The New York Times, April 15, 1960. Accessed December 15, 2008.
  7. ^ Andy Cohen – Managerial Records, Baseball-Reference.com. Accessed December 15, 2008.
  8. ^ Dave Philley at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ Don Cardwell at Baseball Reference
  10. ^ Tony González at Baseball Reference
  11. ^ Costen Shockley at Baseball Reference
  12. ^ Mike Marshall at Baseball Reference
  13. ^ Adolfo Phillips at Baseball Reference
  14. ^ "1960 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  15. ^ "Baseball Results, Standings". The Gazette. Montreal. April 27, 1960. p. 24. Retrieved March 23, 2016.
  16. ^ "Game Rained Out". Milwaukee: Milwaukee Journal. April 30, 1960. p. 12. Retrieved March 24, 2016.
  17. ^ "Baseball". The Gazette. Montreal. May 18, 1960. p. 26. Retrieved March 25, 2016.
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  19. ^ "Baseball Record". The Gazette. Montreal. May 23, 1960. p. 16. Retrieved March 26, 2016.
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