1965 Philadelphia Phillies
LeagueNational League
BallparkConnie Mack Stadium
CityPhiladelphia
OwnersR. R. M. Carpenter, Jr.
General managersJohn J. Quinn
ManagersGene Mauch
TelevisionWFIL
RadioWFIL
(By Saam, Bill Campbell, Richie Ashburn)
← 1964 Seasons 1966 →

Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 97 65 0.599 50–31 47–34
San Francisco Giants 95 67 0.586 2 51–30 44–37
Pittsburgh Pirates 90 72 0.556 7 49–32 41–40
Cincinnati Reds 89 73 0.549 8 49–32 40–41
Milwaukee Braves 86 76 0.531 11 44–37 42–39
Philadelphia Phillies 85 76 0.528 11½ 45–35 40–41
St. Louis Cardinals 80 81 0.497 16½ 42–39 38–42
Chicago Cubs 72 90 0.444 25 40–41 32–49
Houston Astros 65 97 0.401 32 36–45 29–52
New York Mets 50 112 0.309 47 29–52 21–60

Record vs. opponents


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


Notable transactions

Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Phillies tie
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1965 Game Log[8]
Overall Record: 85–76–1
April (6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 12 @ Astros 2–0 Chris Short (1–0) Bob Bruce (0–1) None 42,652 1–0
2 April 14 Giants 2–5 Gaylord Perry (1–0) Jim Bunning (0–1) Bob Shaw (1) 31,922 1–1
April 15 Giants Postponed (rain);[9] Makeup: July 8 as a traditional double-header
3 April 17 Dodgers 3–2 Chris Short (2–0) Don Drysdale (1–1) Jack Baldschun (1) 17,021 2–1
4 April 18 Dodgers 2–6 Sandy Koufax (1–0) Bo Belinsky (0–1) None 11,107 2–2
5 April 19 Astros 8–0 Jim Bunning (1–1) Turk Farrell (1–1) None 4,668 3–2
6 April 20 Astros 2–1 (13) Jack Baldschun (1–0) Hal Woodeshick (0–1) None 6,627 4–2
7 April 21 Astros 4–11 Dave Giusti (1–0) Chris Short (2–1) None 8,267 4–3
8 April 23 @ Dodgers 0–4 Johnny Podres (1–0) Jim Bunning (1–2) None 29,120 4–4
9 April 24 @ Dodgers 3–9 Claude Osteen (2–1) Bo Belinsky (0–2) None 36,500 4–5
10 April 25 @ Dodgers 6–4 Ray Herbert (1–0) Don Drysdale (2–2) Jack Baldschun (2) 25,766 5–5
11 April 26 @ Dodgers 4–3 Chris Short (3–1) Sandy Koufax (2–1) Jack Baldschun (3) 24,703 6–5
12 April 27 @ Giants 13–14 Bob Shaw (1–1) Ed Roebuck (0–1) None 10,705 6–6
13 April 28 @ Giants 3–9 Ron Herbel (1–0) Ray Culp (0–1) None 7,922 6–7
14 April 30 @ Braves 1–7 Tony Cloninger (2–2) Ray Herbert (1–1) None 2,923 6–8
May (14–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
15 May 1 @ Braves 1–6 Wade Blasingame (1–2) Jim Bunning (1–3) None 2,486 6–9
16 May 2 (1) @ Braves 6–0 Chris Short (4–1) Denny Lemaster (1–2) None see 2nd game 7–9
17 May 2 (2) @ Braves 10–7 Jack Baldschun (2–0) Billy O'Dell (1–1) None 8,630 8–9
18 May 4 @ Mets 1–2 Al Jackson (1–3) Ray Herbert (1–2) None 17,321 8–10
19 May 5 @ Mets 1–0 Jim Bunning (2–3) Warren Spahn (2–2) None 14,134 9–10
20 May 7 Cardinals 0–2 Bob Gibson (5–0) Chris Short (4–2) None 14,499 9–11
21 May 8 Cardinals 9–8 (11) Ray Culp (1–1) Nelson Briles (0–1) None 19,596 10–11
22 May 9 Cardinals 4–2 Art Mahaffey (1–0) Ray Sadecki (0–4) Ed Roebuck (1) 12,930 11–11
23 May 10 Cardinals 4–2 (10) Ed Roebuck (1–1) Bob Purkey (1–3) None 14,454 12–11
24 May 11 Reds 1–9 John Tsitouris (3–2) Chris Short (4–3) Gerry Arrigo (1) 12,438 12–12
25 May 12 Reds 3–4 Sammy Ellis (5–0) Ray Culp (1–2) Jim O'Toole (1) 12,237 12–13
26 May 13 Reds 7–6 (10) Jack Baldschun (3–0) Jim Duffalo (0–2) None 10,573 13–13
27 May 14 Braves 5–2 Art Mahaffey (2–0) Billy O'Dell (1–2) None 19,629 14–13
28 May 15 Braves 6–4 Jim Bunning (3–3) Wade Blasingame (2–4) Jack Baldschun (4) 8,794 15–13
29 May 16 Braves 6–8 (10) Billy O'Dell (2–2) Jack Baldschun (3–1) Wade Blasingame (1) 16,632 15–14
30 May 17 @ Cardinals 2–1 Bo Belinsky (1–2) Curt Simmons (1–5) None 10,748 16–14
31 May 18 @ Cardinals 2–8 Ray Sadecki (1–4) Art Mahaffey (2–1) None 8,593 16–15
32 May 19 @ Cardinals 6–7 Bob Purkey (2–3) Ed Roebuck (1–2) None 18,660 16–16
33 May 20 @ Cardinals 2–12 Bob Gibson (8–0) Chris Short (4–4) None 13,741 16–17
34 May 21 @ Reds 5–6 Joey Jay (2–1) Art Mahaffey (2–2) None 14,263 16–18
35 May 22 @ Reds 4–9 Joe Nuxhall (1–1) Bo Belinsky (1–3) Gerry Arrigo (2) 21,296 16–19
36 May 23 @ Reds 4–3 (10) Ed Roebuck (2–2) Gerry Arrigo (1–1) None 14,942 17–19
37 May 24 (1) Mets 2–6 Warren Spahn (4–4) Jim Bunning (3–4) None see 2nd game 17–20
38 May 24 (2) Mets 1–4 Frank Lary (1–0) Chris Short (4–5) Tug McGraw (1) 17–21
39 May 25 Mets 10–3 Ray Herbert (2–2) Al Jackson (2–5) None 6,344 18–21
40 May 26 Pirates 3–5 Tommie Sisk (3–0) Art Mahaffey (2–3) None 10,212 18–22
May 27 Pirates Postponed (rain and wind);[10] Makeup: July 5 as a traditional double-header
41 May 28 Cubs 3–1 Ray Culp (2–2) Bob Buhl (5–3) Chris Short (1) 13,663 19–22
42 May 29 Cubs 4–2 Jim Bunning (4–4) Larry Jackson (3–5) None 4,962 20–22
43 May 30 Cubs 1–4 Dick Ellsworth (6–3) Ray Herbert (2–3) None 11,696 20–23
44 May 31 @ Pirates 2–5 Don Cardwell (2–2) Chris Short (4–6) Al McBean (8) 16,366 20–24
June (18–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
45 June 1 @ Pirates 0–4 Bob Veale (5–2) Art Mahaffey (2–4) None 10,478 20–25
June 2 @ Pirates Postponed (rain);[11] Makeup: July 27 as a traditional double-header
46 June 4 @ Cubs 6–0 Jim Bunning (5–4) Larry Jackson (3–6) None 3,497 21–25
47 June 5 @ Cubs 8–9 Lindy McDaniel (2–1) Gary Wagner (0–1) None 6,049 21–26
48 June 6 (1) @ Cubs 2–1 Ray Culp (3–2) Bob Buhl (5–5) None see 2nd game 22–26
49 June 6 (2) @ Cubs 10–9 Gary Wagner (1–1) Larry Jackson (3–7) Ed Roebuck (2) 16,845 23–26
50 June 7 Dodgers 3–14 Sandy Koufax (8–3) Lew Burdette (0–3) None 23,345 23–27
51 June 8 Dodgers 1–2 Claude Osteen (4–6) Jim Bunning (5–5) Ron Perranoski (2) 14,975 23–28
52 June 9 Dodgers 7–3 Chris Short (5–6) Mike Kekich (0–1) None 16,241 24–28
53 June 10 Dodgers 4–0 Ray Herbert (3–3) Johnny Podres (3–2) None 19,467 25–28
54 June 11 Astros 6–5 (10) Gary Wagner (2–1) Jim Owens (2–3) None 16,825 26–28
55 June 12 Astros 5–4 Ed Roebuck (3–2) Turk Farrell (4–2) None 7,870 27–28
56 June 13 Astros 5–0 Chris Short (6–6) Claude Raymond (2–3) None 12,936 28–28
57 June 15 @ Braves 7–12 Tony Cloninger (9–4) Art Mahaffey (2–5) Phil Niekro (2) 4,065 28–29
58 June 16 @ Braves 6–2 Jim Bunning (6–5) Denny Lemaster (4–6) None 3,479 29–29
59 June 17 @ Braves 2–4 Billy O'Dell (5–2) Ray Culp (3–3) None 3,674 29–30
60 June 18 @ Dodgers 4–2 Chris Short (7–6) Johnny Podres (3–3) None 30,401 30–30
61 June 19 @ Dodgers 0–4 Nick Willhite (1–0) Ray Herbert (3–4) Ron Perranoski (3) 20,518 30–31
62 June 20 (1) @ Astros 3–2 Jim Bunning (7–5) Ron Taylor (2–2) Gary Wagner (1) see 2nd game 31–31
63 June 20 (2) @ Astros 7–1 Bo Belinsky (2–3) Mike Cuellar (0–1) None 42,648 32–31
64 June 21 @ Astros 2–6 Turk Farrell (5–2) Ray Culp (3–4) None 18,271 32–32
65 June 22 @ Astros 7–2 Chris Short (8–6) Bob Bruce (5–9) Gary Wagner (2) 19,331 33–32
66 June 24 @ Giants 3–1 Jim Bunning (8–5) Juan Marichal (11–6) Ray Herbert (1) 8,738 34–32
67 June 25 @ Giants 1–4 Bob Shaw (7–4) Bo Belinsky (2–4) None 12,948 34–33
68 June 26 @ Giants 5–6 Masanori Murakami (1–1) Gary Wagner (2–2) None 18,247 34–34
69 June 27 @ Giants 6–0 Ray Culp (4–4) Bobby Bolin (3–4) None 27,015 35–34
70 June 28 Cardinals 3–0 Chris Short (9–6) Tracy Stallard (4–3) None 19,208 36–34
71 June 29 Cardinals 7–1 Bo Belinsky (3–4) Bob Purkey (5–6) None 19,219 37–34
72 June 30 Braves 3–2 Gary Wagner (3–2) Wade Blasingame (8–6) None 17,771 38–34
July (15–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
73 July 1 Braves 2–1 Ray Culp (5–4) Ken Johnson (6–4) None 17,792 39–34
74 July 2 Reds 4–3 Jack Baldschun (4–1) Gerry Arrigo (2–4) None 22,516 40–34
75 July 3 Reds 8–10 Billy McCool (6–5) Ed Roebuck (3–3) Roger Craig (3) 25,152 40–35
76 July 4 Reds 1–4 Joe Nuxhall (3–2) Bo Belinsky (3–5) None 14,749 40–36
77 July 5 (1) Pirates 3–1 Jim Bunning (9–5) Bob Veale (8–6) None see 2nd game 41–36
78 July 5 (2) Pirates 6–2 Ed Roebuck (4–3) Wilbur Wood (0–1) Gary Wagner (3) 25,330 42–36
79 July 6 Pirates 4–8 Don Cardwell (8–2) Ray Culp (5–5) None 17,357 42–37
80 July 7 Pirates 1–0 Chris Short (10–6) Bob Friend (4–7) None 16,632 43–37
81 July 8 (1) Giants 2–10 Gaylord Perry (7–7) Lew Burdette (0–4) None see 2nd game 43–38
82 July 8 (2) Giants 4–2 Ray Herbert (4–4) Jack Sanford (4–2) None 37,110 44–38
83 July 9 Giants 10–2 Jim Bunning (10–5) Jack Sanford (4–3) None 27,954 45–38
84 July 10 Giants 0–7 Juan Marichal (14–7) Ray Culp (5–6) None 32,031 45–39
July 11 Giants Postponed (rain);[12] Makeup: August 31 as a traditional double-header
July 13 1965 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington
85 July 15 @ Reds 1–8 Joe Nuxhall (6–2) Chris Short (10–7) None 15,606 45–40
86 July 16 @ Reds 1–5 Sammy Ellis (13–5) Jim Bunning (10–6) None 18,584 45–41
87 July 17 @ Reds 14–7 Ed Roebuck (5–3) John Tsitouris (5–6) None 8,225 46–41
88 July 18 @ Cardinals 1–3 Tracy Stallard (7–3) Bo Belinsky (3–6) Hal Woodeshick (11) 18,846 46–42
89 July 19 @ Cardinals 5–2 Chris Short (11–7) Ray Washburn (5–7) None 16,571 47–42
90 July 20 @ Cardinals 3–4 Curt Simmons (6–9) Jim Bunning (10–7) Nelson Briles (1) 10,108 47–43
91 July 21 @ Cubs 7–8 (10) Bob Hendley (1–2) Bo Belinsky (3–7) None 9,585 47–44
92 July 22 @ Cubs 6–10 Bob Buhl (10–7) Ray Herbert (4–5) Ted Abernathy (20) 7,468 47–45
93 July 23 @ Mets 2–3 (10) Jack Fisher (7–11) Jack Baldschun (4–2) None 38,533 47–46
94 July 24 @ Mets 5–1 Jim Bunning (11–7) Tom Parsons (1–6) None 36,921 48–46
95 July 25 (1) @ Mets 1–8 Galen Cisco (2–6) Bo Belinsky (3–8) Gary Kroll (1) see 2nd game 48–47
96 July 25 (2) @ Mets 3–1 Ray Culp (6–6) Al Jackson (5–13) None 36,921 49–47
97 July 27 (1) @ Pirates 3–1 Gary Wagner (4–2) Bob Friend (5–8) Jack Baldschun (5) see 2nd game 50–47
98 July 27 (2) @ Pirates 2–3 (10) Don Schwall (6–3) Gary Wagner (4–3) None 21,832 50–48
99 July 28 @ Pirates 1–0 (14) Jack Baldschun (5–2) Don Schwall (6–4) None 13,207 51–48
100 July 29 @ Pirates 5–0 Ray Culp (7–6) Bob Veale (10–8) None 10,160 52–48
101 July 30 Mets 5–3 Lew Burdette (1–4) Al Jackson (5–14) Gary Wagner (4) 16,429 53–48
102 July 31 Mets 3–4 (11) Gary Kroll (6–6) Jack Baldschun (5–3) Gordie Richardson (1) 10,207 53–49
August (15–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
103 August 1 Mets 3–2 Jim Bunning (12–7) Tom Parsons (1–8) Gary Wagner (5) 8,935 54–49
104 August 3 Cubs 0–2 Bill Faul (2–2) Ray Culp (7–7) None 17,171 54–50
105 August 4 Cubs 7–2 Chris Short (12–7) Bob Buhl (12–8) None 13,515 55–50
106 August 5 Cubs 4–3 Lew Burdette (2–4) Dick Ellsworth (12–8) Bo Belinsky (1) 14,867 56–50
107 August 6 Pirates 4–0 Jim Bunning (13–7) Bob Friend (5–9) None 22,155 57–50
108 August 7 Pirates 3–4 Al McBean (4–5) Ray Culp (7–8) None 8,204 57–51
109 August 8 (1) Pirates 1–7 Bob Veale (12–8) Chris Short (12–8) None see 2nd game 57–52
110 August 8 (2) Pirates 5–2 Ray Herbert (5–5) Tommie Sisk (3–2) None 29,260 58–52
111 August 9 @ Astros 0–8 Robin Roberts (6–7) Lew Burdette (2–5) None 31,209 58–53
112 August 10 @ Astros 2–0 Jim Bunning (14–7) Bob Bruce (7–15) None 24,533 59–53
113 August 11 @ Astros 5–1 Ray Culp (8–8) Danny Coombs (0–1) None 28,224 60–53
114 August 12 @ Astros 7–3 Chris Short (13–8) Turk Farrell (8–7) Ed Roebuck (3) 22,011 61–53
115 August 13 @ Giants 3–2 Bo Belinsky (4–8) Warren Spahn (5–14) Gary Wagner (6) 24,275 62–53
116 August 14 @ Giants 4–2 Jim Bunning (15–7) Juan Marichal (18–9) Jack Baldschun (6) 23,087 63–53
117 August 15 @ Giants 9–15 Bill Henry (3–1) Ray Culp (8–9) Jack Sanford (2) 26,931 63–54
118 August 16 @ Dodgers 6–1 Chris Short (14–8) Johnny Podres (4–6) None 22,611 64–54
119 August 17 @ Dodgers 2–4 Claude Osteen (11–11) Ray Herbert (5–6) Ron Perranoski (10) 23,144 64–55
120 August 18 @ Dodgers 6–3 (12) Gary Wagner (5–3) Jim Brewer (2–2) None 38,267 65–55
121 August 20 Reds 2–3 (10) Sammy Ellis (16–7) Gary Wagner (5–4) None 28,709 65–56
122 August 21 Reds 1–2 (11) Joe Nuxhall (10–3) Jack Baldschun (5–4) Billy McCool (15) 10,000 65–57
123 August 22 Reds 6–5 Jim Bunning (16–7) Roger Craig (0–4) Gary Wagner (7) 8,431 66–57
124 August 24 Astros 3–4 Don Nottebart (4–11) Gary Wagner (5–5) None 13,863 66–58
125 August 25 Astros 6–7 Ron Taylor (3–5) Jack Baldschun (5–5) Jim Owens (6) 11,066 66–59
126 August 26 Astros 4–6 Dave Giusti (7–5) Gary Wagner (5–6) Jim Owens (7) 21,805 66–60
127 August 27 Dodgers 8–9 Don Drysdale (18–11) Ray Herbert (5–7) Howie Reed (1) 26,740 66–61
128 August 28 Dodgers 4–8 Jim Brewer (3–2) Chris Short (14–9) Sandy Koufax (1) 27,439 66–62
129 August 29 Dodgers 13–3 Ray Culp (9–9) Claude Osteen (11–13) None 21,744 67–62
130 August 31 (1) Giants 1–2 (11) Frank Linzy (5–2) Gary Wagner (5–7) None see 2nd game 67–63
131 August 31 (2) Giants 2–0 Lew Burdette (3–5) Warren Spahn (6–16) None 33,060 68–63
September (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
September 1 Giants Postponed (rain);[13] Makeup: September 2 as a traditional double-header
132 September 2 (1) Giants 4–3 Chris Short (15–9) Juan Marichal (19–10) None see 2nd game 69–63
133 September 2 (2) Giants 2–5 Frank Linzy (6–2) Jack Baldschun (5–6) None 30,410 69–64
134 September 3 @ Reds 7–16 Roger Craig (1–4) Grant Jackson (0–1) None 11,421 69–65
135 September 4 @ Reds 4–5 Joey Jay (9–5) Jim Bunning (16–8) None 17,469 69–66
136 September 5 @ Reds 9–10 Billy McCool (9–8) Jack Baldschun (5–7) None 18,119 69–67
137 September 6 (1) @ Cardinals 3–10 Tracy Stallard (10–6) Bo Belinsky (4–9) None see 2nd game 69–68
138 September 6 (2) @ Cardinals 10–5 Chris Short (16–9) Curt Simmons (9–14) None 21,867 70–68
139 September 8 @ Braves 6–5 Ray Culp (10–9) Ken Johnson (15–9) Chris Short (2) 3,417 71–68
September 9 @ Braves Postponed (rain);[14] Makeup: September 20
140 September 10 Cardinals 5–4 (12) Ferguson Jenkins (1–0) Hal Woodeshick (6–6) None 16,333 72–68
141 September 11 Cardinals 3–1 Chris Short (17–9) Tracy Stallard (10–7) None 13,558 73–68
September 12 Cardinals Cancelled (rain; Hurricane Betsy);[15][16] Was not rescheduled
142 September 13 Braves 4–3 Ray Culp (11–9) Phil Niekro (1–3) None 5,647 74–68
143 September 14 Braves 2–0 Jim Bunning (17–8) Hank Fischer (7–7) None 11,050 75–68
144 September 15 Braves 2–4 Tony Cloninger (22–9) Chris Short (17–10) Dan Osinski (5) 10,932 75–69
145 September 16 Braves 8–6 Gary Wagner (6–7) Denny Lemaster (6–12) Ferguson Jenkins (1) 11,336 76–69
146 September 17 @ Pirates 0–4 Don Cardwell (12–10) Ray Culp (11–10) None 8,987 76–70
147 September 18 @ Pirates 3–4 Roy Face (2–1) Morrie Steevens (0–1) None 5,313 76–71
148 September 19 @ Pirates 0–1 (10) Bob Veale (17–11) Jack Baldschun (5–8) None 10,026 76–72
149 September 20 @ Braves 4–1 Ray Culp (12–10) Wade Blasingame (16–10) None 812 77–72
150 September 21 @ Cubs 5–7 Ted Abernathy (4–4) Ferguson Jenkins (1–1) None 892 77–73
September 22 @ Cubs Postponed (rain);[17] Makeup: September 23 as a traditional double-header
151 September 23 (1) @ Cubs 11–5 Jim Bunning (18–8) Larry Jackson (13–20) None see 2nd game 78–73
152 September 23 (2) @ Cubs 7–4 Chris Short (18–10) Bill Faul (5–6) None 1,598 79–73
September 24 Mets Postponed (rain);[18] Makeup: September 25 as a traditional double-header
153 September 25 (1) Mets 4–1 Ray Culp (13–10) Larry Bearnarth (3–4) None see 2nd game 80–73
154 September 25 (2) Mets 1–4 Carl Willey (1–2) Ray Herbert (5–8) None 6,825 80–74
155 September 26 Mets 5–4 (10) Grant Jackson (1–1) Jack Fisher (8–23) None 9,029 81–74
156 September 27 Cubs 0–1 Larry Jackson (14–20) Jim Bunning (18–9) None 4,390 81–75
157 September 28 Cubs 1–2 Bill Faul (6–6) Chris Short (18–11) None 3,928 81–76
158 September 29 Cubs 7–6 Gary Wagner (7–7) Lindy McDaniel (5–6) None 4,609 82–76
October (3–0–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
October 1 @ Mets Postponed (rain);[19] Makeup: October 2 as a traditional double-header
159 October 2 (1) @ Mets 6–0 Jim Bunning (19–9) Larry Bearnarth (3–5) None see 2nd game 83–76
160 October 2 (2) @ Mets 0–0 (18) None None None 10,371 83–76–1
161 October 3 (1) @ Mets 3–1 Ray Culp (14–10) Al Jackson (8–20) None see 2nd game 84–76–1
162 October 3 (2) @ Mets 3–1 (13) Ferguson Jenkins (2–1) Jack Fisher (8–24) None 18,508 85–76–1

Roster

1965 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 Clay Dalrymple 103 301 64 .213 4 23
1B Dick Stuart 149 538 126 .234 28 95
2B Cookie Rojas 142 521 158 .303 3 42
SS Bobby Wine 139 394 90 .228 5 33
3B Dick Allen 161 619 187 .302 20 85
LF Alex Johnson 97 262 77 .294 8 28
CF Johnny Briggs 93 229 54 .236 4 23
RF Johnny Callison 160 619 162 .262 32 101

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
Tony González 108 370 109 .295 13 41
Tony Taylor 106 323 74 .229 3 27
Wes Covington 101 235 58 .247 15 45
Rubén Amaro Sr. 118 184 39 .212 0 15
Pat Corrales 63 174 39 .224 2 15
Adolfo Phillips 41 87 20 .230 3 5
John Herrnstein 63 85 17 .200 1 5
Gus Triandos 30 82 14 .171 0 4
Frank Thomas 35 77 20 .260 1 7
Billy Sorrell 10 13 5 .385 1 2
Bobby Del Greco 8 4 0 .000 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
Chris Short 47 297.1 18 11 2.82 237
Jim Bunning 39 291.0 19 9 2.60 268
Ray Culp 33 204.1 14 10 3.22 134
Ray Herbert 25 130.2 5 8 3.86 51

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
Bo Belinsky 30 109.2 4 9 4.84 71
Art Mahaffey 22 71.0 2 5 6.21 52
Lew Burdette 19 70.2 3 3 5.48 23
Grant Jackson 6 13.2 1 1 7.24 15

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
Gary Wagner 59 7 7 7 3.00 91
Jack Baldschun 65 5 8 6 3.82 81
Ed Roebuck 44 5 3 3 3.40 29
Ferguson Jenkins 7 2 1 1 2.19 10
Ryne Duren 6 0 0 0 3.27 6
Morrie Steevens 6 0 1 0 16.88 3

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Arkansas Travelers Pacific Coast League Frank Lucchesi
AA Chattanooga Lookouts Southern League Andy Seminick
A Bakersfield Bears California League Dick Teed
A Miami Marlins Florida State League Bobby Morgan
A Eugene Emeralds Northwest League Bob Wellman
A Spartanburg Phillies Western Carolinas League Moose Johnson
Short-Season A Huron Phillies Northern League Joe Lonnett

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References

  1. ^ Rudy May at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Danny Catert at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Bo Belinsky at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Bobby Del Greco at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ Gus Triandos at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ Frank Thomas at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ Denny Doyle at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ "1965 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  9. ^ "Scoreboard". The Miami News. April 16, 1965. p. 3B. Retrieved October 3, 2015.
  10. ^ "Baseball in a Nutshell". Milwaukee Sentinel. May 28, 1965. p. 2, part 2. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  11. ^ "Baseball". Milwaukee Journal. June 3, 1965. p. 15, part 2. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  12. ^ "Baseball Standings". Milwaukee Journal. July 12, 1965. p. 12, part 2. Retrieved October 17, 2015.
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