2006 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record85–77 (.525)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Giles
General manager(s)Pat Gillick
Manager(s)Charlie Manuel
Local televisionWPSG/KYW-TV
CSN Philadelphia (Harry Kalas, Larry Andersen, Chris Wheeler, Scott Graham, Scott Franzke)
Local radioWIP/WPHT
(Harry Kalas, Larry Andersen, Chris Wheeler, Scott Graham, Scott Franzke)
WDAS
(Bill Kulik, Danny Martinez)
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The 2006 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 124th season in the history of the franchise. The Phillies finished in second place in the National League East, 12 games behind the New York Mets, and three games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL Wild-Card race. The Phillies, managed by Charlie Manuel, played their home games at Citizens Bank Park. Phillies first-baseman Ryan Howard was the National League's Most Valuable Player for the 2006 season, and was the winner of the Century 21 Home Run Derby, held during the All-Star Break at Pittsburgh.

Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Mets 97 65 0.599 50–31 47–34
Philadelphia Phillies 85 77 0.525 12 41–40 44–37
Atlanta Braves 79 83 0.488 18 40–41 39–42
Florida Marlins 78 84 0.481 19 42–39 36–45
Washington Nationals 71 91 0.438 26 41–40 30–51


Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 6–1 4–2 4–2 12–7 2–4 4–5 8–10 3–3 1–6 1–5 5–1 9–10 8–11 4–3 1–5 4–11
Atlanta 1–6 6–1 4–3 3–3 11–8 3–4 3–3 2–4 7–11 7–11 3–3 7–2 3–4 4–2 10–8 5–10
Chicago 2–4 1–6 10–9 2–4 2–4 7–8 4–2 8–8 3–3 2–5 6–9 0–7 2–4 11–8 2–4 4–11
Cincinnati 2–4 3–4 9–10 5–1 4–2 10–5 0–6 9–10 3–4 2–4 9–7 2–4 2–5 9–6 5–1 6-9
Colorado 7–12 3–3 4–2 1–5 3–3 4–2 4–15 2–4 1–5 3–4 3–3 10–9 10–8 2–7 8–0 11–4
Florida 4–2 8–11 4–2 2–4 3–3 3–4 1–5 7–0 8–11 6–13 5–2 3–3 3–3 1–5 11–7 9–9
Houston 5–4 4–3 8–7 5–10 2–4 4-3 3–3 10–5 2–4 2–4 13–3 3–3 1–5 9–7 4–4 7–11
Los Angeles 10–8 3–3 2–4 6–0 15–4 5–1 3–3 4–2 3–4 4–3 6–4 5–13 13–6 0–7 4–2 5–10
Milwaukee 3–3 4–2 8–8 10–9 4–2 0–7 5–10 2–4 3–3 5–1 7–9 4–3 6–3 7–9 1–5 6–9
New York 6–1 11–7 3–3 4–3 5–1 11–8 4–2 4–3 3–3 11–8 5–4 5–2 3–3 4–2 12–6 6–9
Philadelphia 5-1 11–7 5–2 4–2 4–3 13–6 4–2 3–4 1–5 8–11 3–3 2–4 5–1 3–3 9–10 5–13
Pittsburgh 1–5 3–3 9–6 7–9 3–3 2–5 3–13 4–6 9–7 4–5 3–3 1–5 6–1 6–9 3–3 3–12
San Diego 10–9 2–7 7–0 4–2 9–10 3–3 3–3 13–5 3–4 2–5 4–2 5–1 7–12 4–2 5–1 7–8
San Francisco 11–8 4–3 4–2 5–2 8–10 3–3 5–1 6–13 3–6 3–3 1–5 1–6 12–7 1–4 1–5 8–7
St. Louis 3–4 2–4 8–11 6–9 7–2 5-1 7–9 7–0 9–7 2–4 3–3 9–6 2–4 4–1 4–3 5–10
Washington 5–1 8–10 4–2 1–5 0–8 7-11 4–4 2–4 5–1 6–12 10–9 3–3 1–5 5–1 3–4 7–11


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Game log

Legend
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Bold = Phillies team member
2006[5] Game Log
April (10–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 3 Cardinals 5–13 Chris Carpenter (1–0) Jon Lieber (0–1) None 44,614 0–1
2 April 5 Cardinals 3–4 Brad Thompson (1–0) Tom Gordon (0–1) Jason Isringhausen (1) 20,557 0–2
3 April 6 Cardinals 2–4 Jason Marquis (1–0) Cory Lidle (0–1) Jason Isringhausen (2) 20,413 0–3
4 April 7 Dodgers 3–5 Brett Tomko (1–0) Gavin Floyd (0–1) Danys Báez (2) 25,518 0–4
April 8 Dodgers Postponed (rain); Makeup: April 9 as a traditional double-header
5 April 9 (1) Dodgers 6–3 Tom Gordon (1–1) Tim Hamulack (0–1) None see 2nd game 1–4
6 April 9 (2) Dodgers 2–6 Brad Penny (2–0) Jon Lieber (0–2) None 38,056 1–5
7 April 10 @ Braves 3–5 Óscar Villarreal (3–0) Ryan Franklin (0–1) Chris Reitsma (3) 47,332 1–6
8 April 12 @ Braves 7–5 Cory Lidle (1–1) Jorge Sosa (0–2) Tom Gordon (1) 37,107 2–6
9 April 13 @ Braves 7–6 Gavin Floyd (1–1) Kyle Davies (0–1) Tom Gordon (2) 22,911 3–6
10 April 14 @ Rockies 10–8 Ryan Madson (1–0) Zach Day (1–1) Tom Gordon (3) 25,390 4–6
11 April 15 @ Rockies 6–10 Ray King (1–1) Jon Lieber (0–3) None 23,206 4–7
12 April 16 @ Rockies 1–0 Brett Myers (1–0) Aaron Cook (1–2) Tom Gordon (4) 25,144 5–7
13 April 18 Nationals 3–10 Tony Armas (1–2) Cory Lidle (1–2) None 20,072 5–8
14 April 19 Nationals 7–6 (10) Ryan Franklin (1–1) Mike Stanton (0–2) None 27,913 6–8
15 April 20 Nationals 4–10 Billy Traber (1–0) Ryan Madson (1–1) None 28,177 6–9
16 April 21 Marlins 3–4 Scott Olsen (1–1) Jon Lieber (0–4) Joe Borowski (2) 20,227 6–10
April 22 Marlins Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 30 as a day-night double-header
17 April 23 Marlins 4–2 Brett Myers (2–0) Sergio Mitre (1–2) Tom Gordon (5) 40,383 7–10
18 April 24 Rockies 6–5 Cory Lidle (2–2) Josh Fogg (2–1) Tom Gordon (6) 20,244 8–10
19 April 25 Rockies 6–7 Ramón Ramírez (1–0) Gavin Floyd (1–2) Brian Fuentes (3) 19,512 8–11
20 April 26 Rockies 9–5 Ryan Madson (2–1) Jason Jennings (1–1) None (9) 19,182 9–11
21 April 27 Rockies 3–6 Aaron Cook (2–3) Ryan Franklin (1–2) Brian Fuentes (4) 21,506 9–12
22 April 28 @ Pirates 1–3 Ian Snell (1–2) Brett Myers (2–1) Michael Gonzalez (3) 30,568 9–13
23 April 29 @ Pirates 2–3 Paul Maholm (1–3) Cory Lidle (2–3) Roberto Hernández (2) 33,944 9–14
24 April 30 @ Pirates 5–1 Gavin Floyd (2–2) Óliver Pérez (1–4) None 22,320 10–14
May (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
25 May 1 @ Marlins 8–5 Rhéal Cormier (1–0) Dontrelle Willis (1–2) Tom Gordon (7) 6,017 11–14
26 May 2 @ Marlins 7–5 Jon Lieber (1–4) Ricky Nolasco (1–1) Tom Gordon (8) 6,652 12–14
27 May 3 Braves 5–4 Rhéal Cormier (2–0) Mike Remlinger (1–2) Tom Gordon (9) 26,443 13–14
28 May 4 Braves 6–3 Cory Lidle (3–3) John Thomson (0–2) Arthur Rhodes (1) 24,842 14–14
29 May 5 Giants 8–3 Gavin Floyd (3–2) Matt Cain (1–4) None 37,269 15–14
30 May 6 Giants 4–1 Ryan Madson (3–1) Jamey Wright (2–3) Tom Gordon (10) 44,042 16–14
31 May 7 Giants 9–5 Jon Lieber (2–4) Matt Morris (2–3) None 39,315 17–14
32 May 9 Mets 5–4 Tom Gordon (2–1) Aaron Heilman (0–1) None 33,787 18–14
33 May 10 Mets 4–13 Tom Glavine (5–2) Cory Lidle (3–4) None 30,269 18–15
34 May 11 Mets 2–0 (5, Rain) Gavin Floyd (4–2) Steve Trachsel (2–3) None (4) 28,224 19–15
35 May 12 @ Reds 8–4 Ryan Madson (4–1) Elizardo Ramírez (1–3) Tom Gordon (11) 21,705 20–15
36 May 13 @ Reds 2–0 Jon Lieber (3–4) Dave Williams (2–3) Tom Gordon (12) 32,624 21–15
37 May 14 @ Reds 2–1 (12) Geoff Geary (1–0) Chris Hammond (0–1) Tom Gordon (13) 19,676 22–15
38 May 16 @ Brewers 2–3 Derrick Turnbow (1–1) Ryan Franklin (1–3) None 14,592 22–16
39 May 17 @ Brewers 7–8 José Capellán (1–0) Arthur Rhodes (0–1) None 20,874 22–17
40 May 18 @ Brewers 4–5 Justin Lehr (2–1) Ryan Madson (4–2) Derrick Turnbow (13) 27,419 22–18
41 May 19 Red Sox 3–5 Matt Clement (4–3) Jon Lieber (3–5) Jonathan Papelbon (15) 44,296 22–19
42 May 20 Red Sox 4–8 Josh Beckett (6–1) Brett Myers (2–2) None 44,809 22–20
43 May 21 Red Sox 10–5 Cory Lidle (4–4) Lenny DiNardo (1–2) None 44,738 23–20
44 May 23 @ Mets 8–9 (16) Darren Oliver (2–0) Ryan Madson (4–3) None 28,948 23–21
45 May 24 @ Mets 4–5 Pedro Feliciano (1–0) Rhéal Cormier (2–1) Billy Wagner (10) 32,094 23–22
46 May 25 @ Mets 5–3 Brett Myers (3–2) Pedro Feliciano (1–1) Tom Gordon (14) 51,365 24–22
47 May 26 Brewers 5–6 (10) Derrick Turnbow (2–1) Tom Gordon (2–2) Brian Shouse (1) 43,852 24–23
48 May 27 Brewers 6–9 Matt Wise (3–2) Ryan Franklin (1–4) Derrick Turnbow (15) 32,089 24–24
49 May 28 Brewers 6–2 Ryan Madson (5–3) Dana Eveland (0–2) None 35,674 25–24
50 May 29 Nationals 11–2 Clay Condrey (1–0) Michael O'Connor (2–3) None (10) 33,682 26–24
51 May 30 Nationals 4–2 Brett Myers (4–2) Tony Armas (5–3) Tom Gordon (15) 23,805 27–24
52 May 31 Nationals 2–3 Liván Hernández (4–5) Cory Lidle (4–5) Chad Cordero (8) 30,386 27–25
June (9–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
53 June 1 @ Dodgers 2–7 Derek Lowe (4–3) Gavin Floyd (4–3) None 38,643 27–26
54 June 2 @ Dodgers 8–6 Geoff Geary (2–0) Danys Báez (3–3) Tom Gordon (16) 55,142 28–26
55 June 3 @ Dodgers 2–8 Brad Penny (6–1) Eude Brito (0–1) None 46,561 28–27
56 June 4 @ Dodgers 6–4 Geoff Geary (3–0) Joe Beimel (2–1) Tom Gordon (17) 48,270 29–27
57 June 5 @ Diamondbacks 4–3 Aaron Fultz (1–0) Brandon Lyon (1–1) Tom Gordon (18) 20,647 30–27
58 June 6 @ Diamondbacks 10–1 Cole Hamels (1–0) Russ Ortiz (0–4) None 22,677 31–27
59 June 7 @ Diamondbacks 7–3 Ryan Madson (6–3) Dustin Nippert (0–1) None 21,052 32–27
60 June 8 @ Nationals 2–5 Michael O'Connor (3–3) Eude Brito (0–2) Chad Cordero (12) 24,669 32–28
61 June 9 @ Nationals 8–9 (12) Chad Cordero (2–1) Clay Condrey (1–1) None 24,751 32–29
62 June 10 @ Nationals 6–2 Geoff Geary (4–0) Liván Hernández (5–6) None 32,089 33–29
63 June 11 @ Nationals 0–6 Shawn Hill (1–1) Cole Hamels (1–1) None 30,583 33–30
64 June 13 Mets 7–9 Chad Bradford (3–2) Ryan Madson (6–4) Billy Wagner (13) 37,964 33–31
65 June 14 Mets 3–9 Darren Oliver (3–0) Brett Myers (4–3) None 38,811 33–32
66 June 15 Mets 4–5 Steve Trachsel (4–4) Cory Lidle (4–6) Billy Wagner (14) 45,102 33–33
67 June 16 Devil Rays 4–10 James Shields (3–0) Cole Hamels (1–2) None 31,042 33–34
68 June 17 Devil Rays 2–7 Scott Kazmir (8–4) Scott Mathieson (0–1) None 35,939 33–35
69 June 18 Devil Rays 8–5 Ryan Madson (7–4) Seth McClung (2–10) Tom Gordon (19) 42,658 34–35
70 June 19 Yankees 4–2 Brett Myers (5–3) Randy Johnson (8–6) Tom Gordon (20) 44,747 35–35
71 June 20 Yankees 7–9 T. J. Beam (1–0) Arthur Rhodes (0–2) Mariano Rivera (14) 44,775 35–36
72 June 21 Yankees 0–5 Jaret Wright (4–4) Cole Hamels (1–3) None 45,111 35–37
73 June 23 @ Red Sox 2–10 Josh Beckett (9–3) Ryan Madson (7–5) None 35,948 35–38
74 June 24 @ Red Sox 3–5 (10) Jonathan Papelbon (2–1) Tom Gordon (2–3) None 35,564 35–39
June 25 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 26
75 June 26 @ Red Sox 7–8 (12) Craig Hansen (1–0) Clay Condrey (1–2) None 36,459 35–40
June 27 @ Orioles Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 28 as a day-night double-header
76 June 28 (1) @ Orioles 4–7 Érik Bédard (8–6) Cole Hamels (1–4) Chris Ray (20) 20,633 35–41
77 June 28 (2) @ Orioles 5–12 Kris Benson (9–5) Scott Mathieson (0–2) None 26,228 35–42
78 June 29 @ Orioles 4–0 Ryan Madson (8–5) Rodrigo López (5–9) Tom Gordon (21) 31,038 36–42
79 June 30 @ Blue Jays 1–8 Casey Janssen (6–6) Adam Bernero (0–1) None 17,311 36–43
July (13–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
80 July 1 @ Blue Jays 2–5 Scott Downs (2–0) Cory Lidle (4–7) B. J. Ryan (22) 24,248 36–44
81 July 2 @ Blue Jays 11–6 Geoff Geary (5–0) A. J. Burnett (1–2) None 26,177 37–44
82 July 4 Padres 6–5 Tom Gordon (3–3) Cla Meredith (1–1) None 29,192 38–44
83 July 5 Padres 3–6 Scott Linebrink (6–2) Arthur Rhodes (0–3) Trevor Hoffman (21) 40,230 38–45
84 July 6 Padres 3–5 Chan Ho Park (6–4) Ryan Madson (8–6) Trevor Hoffman (22) 30,261 38–46
85 July 7 Pirates 2–3 Ian Snell (8–6) Jon Lieber (3–6) Michael Gonzalez (13) 45,025 38–47
86 July 8 Pirates 6–2 Cory Lidle (5–7) Paul Maholm (3–8) None 37,462 39–47
87 July 9 Pirates 8–3 Cole Hamels (2–4) Zach Duke (5–8) None 32,527 40–47
July 11 2006 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at PNC Park in Pittsburgh
88 July 14 @ Giants 3–5 Matt Morris (8–7) Jon Lieber (3–7) Armando Benítez (11) 38,009 40–48
89 July 15 @ Giants 14–6 Cory Lidle (6–7) Noah Lowry (4–6) None 41,401 41–48
90 July 16 @ Giants 6–2 Brett Myers (6–3) Steve Kline (2–2) None 38,241 42–48
91 July 17 @ Padres 6–8 Alan Embree (3–2) Rhéal Cormier (2–2) Trevor Hoffman (25) 25,936 42–49
92 July 18 @ Padres 6–10 Clay Hensley (6–7) Ryan Madson (8–7) None 33,327 42–50
93 July 19 @ Padres 5–4 Geoff Geary (6–0) Trevor Hoffman (0–2) Tom Gordon (22) 32,101 43–50
94 July 21 Braves 6–5 Cory Lidle (7–7) Ken Ray (1–1) Tom Gordon (23) 32,833 44–50
July 22 Braves Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 2 as a day-night double-header
95 July 23 Braves 1–5 Macay McBride (2–1) Brett Myers (6–4) None 31,664 44–51
96 July 24 Braves 8–10 Tim Hudson (8–8) Cole Hamels (2–5) Bob Wickman (16) 28,864 44–52
97 July 25 Diamondbacks 5–6 (11) Tony Peña (1–0) Ryan Franklin (1–5) None 24,499 44–53
98 July 26 Diamondbacks 6–4 Jon Lieber (4–7) Brandon Webb (11–4) Tom Gordon (24) 45,459 45–53
99 July 27 Diamondbacks 5–2 Cory Lidle (8–7) Claudio Vargas (8–7) Tom Gordon (25) 31,752 46–53
100 July 28 Marlins 1–4 Ricky Nolasco (9–6) Brett Myers (6–5) None 25,105 46–54
101 July 29 Marlins 12–3 Cole Hamels (3–5) Dontrelle Willis (6–8) None 31,072 47–54
102 July 30 (1) Marlins 11–5 Aaron Fultz (2–0) Aníbal Sánchez (4–1) None 31,375 48–54
103 July 30 (2) Marlins 9–2 Ryan Madson (9–7) Brian Moehler (5–8) None 23,604 49–54
104 July 31 Marlins 2–15 Josh Johnson (9–5) Jon Lieber (4–8) None 20,956 49–55
August (18–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
105 August 1 @ Cardinals 5–3 Scott Mathieson (1–2) Jeff Suppan (8–6) Tom Gordon (26) 42,773 50–55
106 August 2 @ Cardinals 16–8 Brett Myers (7–5) Jeff Weaver (4–12) None (33) 42,598 51–55
107 August 3 @ Cardinals 8–1 Cole Hamels (4–5) Jason Marquis (12–9) None (34) 42,461 52–55
108 August 4 @ Mets 5–3 Ryan Madson (10–7) Darren Oliver (4–1) Tom Gordon (27) 43,209 53–55
109 August 5 @ Mets 3–4 Tom Glavine (12–4) Jon Lieber (4–9) Billy Wagner (24) 44,829 53–56
110 August 6 @ Mets 1–8 John Maine (2–3) Scott Mathieson (1–3) None 39,144 53–57
111 August 7 @ Braves 9–6 Brett Myers (8–5) Horacio Ramírez (5–5) None 26,177 54–57
112 August 8 @ Braves 1–3 Tim Hudson (9–10) Cole Hamels (4–6) Bob Wickman (21) 30,714 54–58
113 August 9 @ Braves 9–3 Rick White (2–0) Tyler Yates (1–3) None 27,222 55–58
114 August 11 Reds 6–5 (14) Aaron Fultz (3–0) Elizardo Ramírez (4–9) None 41,461 56–58
115 August 12 Reds 7–9 Chris Michalak (1–0) Tom Gordon (3–4) Eddie Guardado (13) 39,553 56–59
116 August 13 Reds 5–7 (11) Bill Bray (3–2) Ryan Madson (10–8) None 37,677 56–60
117 August 14 Mets 13–0 Cole Hamels (5–6) Pedro Martínez (9–5) None 36,888 57–60
118 August 15 Mets 11–4 Randy Wolf (1–0) Orlando Hernández (8–9) None 40,283 58–60
119 August 16 Mets 3–0 Jon Lieber (5–9) Tom Glavine (12–6) None 42,156 59–60
120 August 17 Mets 2–7 John Maine (3–3) Scott Mathieson (1–4) None 45,775 59–61
121 August 18 Nationals 4–6 Tony Armas (8–8) Brett Myers (8–6) Chad Cordero (23) 30,123 59–62
122 August 19 Nationals 11–2 Cole Hamels (6–6) Ramón Ortiz (9–11) None 34,881 60–62
123 August 20 Nationals 12–10 Randy Wolf (2–0) Pedro Astacio (3–3) Arthur Rhodes (2) 36,023 61–62
124 August 21 @ Cubs 6–5 Jon Lieber (6–9) Rich Hill (3–6) Arthur Rhodes (3) 38,950 62–62
125 August 22 @ Cubs 6–3 Jamie Moyer (7–12) Ryan O'Malley (1–1) Ryan Madson (1) 38,770 63–62
126 August 23 @ Cubs 2–1 Brett Myers (9–6) Bob Howry (3–4) Geoff Geary (1) 39,470 64–62
127 August 24 @ Cubs 2–11 Carlos Zambrano (14–5) Cole Hamels (6–7) None 39,464 64–63
128 August 25 @ Mets 4–3 Randy Wolf (3–0) Brian Bannister (2–1) Ryan Madson (2) 41,707 65–63
129 August 26 @ Mets 5–11 Pedro Feliciano (6–2) Rick White (2–1) None 47,019 65–64
August 27 @ Mets Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 28
130 August 28 @ Mets 3–8 John Maine (4–3) Jamie Moyer (7–13) None 45,868 65–65
131 August 29 @ Nationals 10–6 Brett Myers (10–6) Tony Armas (8–10) Arthur Rhodes (4) 25,735 66–65
132 August 30 @ Nationals 5–1 Cole Hamels (7–7) Ramón Ortiz (9–12) None 24,438 67–65
133 August 31 @ Nationals 5–6 (10) Ryan Wagner (2–2) Aaron Fultz (3–1) None 22,221 67–66
September (18–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
September 1 Braves Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 3 as a traditional double-header
134 September 2 (1) Braves 3–4 Tyler Yates (2–4) Arthur Rhodes (0–4) Bob Wickman (26) 31,717 67–67
135 September 2 (2) Braves 16–4 Eude Brito (1–2) Kyle Davies (2–4) None () 28,600 68–67
136 September 3 (1) Braves 8–7 Geoff Geary (7–0) Bob Wickman (1–5) None () see 2nd game 69–67
137 September 3 (2) Braves 1–3 (11) Chad Paronto (2–2) Geoff Geary (7–1) Bob Wickman (27) 37,044 69–68
138 September 4 Astros 3–2 (10) Rick White (3–1) Dave Borkowski (1–2) None 44,674 70–68
September 5 Astros Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 25
139 September 6 Astros 3–5 Dan Wheeler (2–5) Ryan Madson (10–9) Brad Lidge (30) 33,521 70–69
140 September 7 @ Marlins 14–8 Jon Lieber (7–9) Josh Johnson (12–7) None 12,712 71–69
141 September 8 @ Marlins 3–2 Jamie Moyer (8–13) Scott Olsen (12–8) Tom Gordon (28) 21,432 72–69
142 September 9 @ Marlins 3–4 (10) Chris Resop (1–0) Arthur Rhodes (0–5) None 27,444 72–70
143 September 10 @ Marlins 0–3 Dontrelle Willis (10–11) Cole Hamels (7–8) None 20,308 72–71
September 12 @ Braves Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 13 as a traditional double-header
144 September 13 (1) @ Braves 6–5 Rick White (4–1) Chad Paronto (2–3) Tom Gordon (29) see 2nd game 73–71
145 September 13 (2) @ Braves 7–2 Jon Lieber (8–9) Tim Hudson (12–11) None 22,239 74–71
146 September 14 @ Braves 1–4 Chuck James (10–3) Jamie Moyer (8–14) Bob Wickman (29) 19,346 74–72
147 September 15 @ Astros 4–3 Brett Myers (11–6) Roger Clemens (6–5) Tom Gordon (30) 41,432 75–72
148 September 16 @ Astros 7–2 Cole Hamels (8–8) Jason Hirsh (3–4) None 41,002 76–72
149 September 17 @ Astros 6–4 Randy Wolf (4–0) Wandy Rodríguez (9–10) Tom Gordon (31) 41,170 77–72
150 September 18 Cubs 6–11 Michael Wuertz (3–1) Jon Lieber (8–10) None 31,101 77–73
151 September 19 Cubs 4–1 Jamie Moyer (9–14) Wade Miller (0–2) Tom Gordon (32) 31,892 78–73
152 September 20 Cubs 6–2 Brett Myers (12–6) Les Walrond (0–1) None 35,269 79–73
153 September 22 Marlins 5–2 Cole Hamels (9–8) Ricky Nolasco (11–10) Tom Gordon (33) 44,737 80–73
154 September 23 Marlins 8–6 Jon Lieber (9–10) Brian Moehler (7–10) None 37,055 81–73
155 September 24 Marlins 10–7 Jamie Moyer (10–14) Scott Olsen (12–9) None 44,772 82–73
156 September 25 Astros 4–5 Dave Borkowski (3–2) Matt Smith (0–1) Dan Wheeler (8) 44,688 82–74
157 September 26 @ Nationals 3–4 Ramón Ortiz (11–15) Brett Myers (12–7) Chad Cordero (29) 18,960 82–75
158 September 27 @ Nationals 8–7 (14) Clay Condrey (2–2) Jason Bergmann (0–2) Fabio Castro (1) 21,809 83–75
159 September 28 @ Nationals 1–3 Billy Traber (4–3) Jon Lieber (9–11) Jon Rauch (2) 18,324 83–76
160 September 29 @ Marlins 14–2 Jamie Moyer (11–14) Brian Moehler (7–11) None 23,417 84–76
161 September 30 @ Marlins 4–3 Ryan Madson (11–9) Scott Olsen (12–10) Tom Gordon (34) 20,992 85–76
October (0–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
162 October 1 @ Marlins 2–3 (11) Matt Herges (2–3) Fabio Castro (0–1) None 36,768 85–77

Roster

A United States Navy Parachute Team member lands on the field at Citizens Bank Park during the 2006 season.
A United States Navy Parachute Team member lands on the field at Citizens Bank Park during the 2006 season.
2006 Philadelphia Phillies
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Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Awards

Ryan Howard won the Players Choice Awards MLB Player of the Year and NL Outstanding Player from his fellow players, the Sporting News Player of the Year Award, the NL Most Valuable Player Award, the NLBM Oscar Charleston Legacy Award (NL MVP), the Babe Ruth Home Run Award (in MLB), the NLBM Josh Gibson Legacy Award (NL home-run leader),[6] the John Wanamaker Athletic Award from the Philadelphia Sports Congress (in summer 2007; for the 2006 calendar year),[7][8][9] and the Pride of Philadelphia Award from the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame.

The NL Silver Slugger Award was won by Howard (first base) and Chase Utley (second base). The Philadelphia chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) presented its annual franchise awards to Ryan Howard ("Mike Schmidt Most Valuable Player Award"), Tom Gordon ("Steve Carlton Most Valuable Pitcher Award"), Chris Coste ("Dallas Green Special Achievement Award"), and Mike Lieberthal ("Tug McGraw Good Guy Award"). Coste also received the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association's "Good Guy Award".

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 Mike Lieberthal 67 209 57 .273 9 36
1B Ryan Howard 159 581 182 .313 58 149
2B Chase Utley 160 658 203 .309 32 102
SS Jimmy Rollins 158 689 191 .277 25 83
3B David Bell 92 324 90 .278 6 34
LF Pat Burrell 144 462 119 .258 29 95
CF Aaron Rowand 109 405 106 .262 12 47
RF Bobby Abreu 98 339 94 .277 8 65

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
Shane Victorino 153 415 119 .287 6 46
Abraham Núñez 123 322 68 .211 2 32
David Dellucci 132 264 77 .292 13 39
Chris Coste 65 198 65 .328 7 32
Sal Fasano 50 140 34 .243 4 10
Jeff Conine 28 100 28 .280 1 17
Carlos Ruiz 27 69 18 .261 3 10
Chris Roberson 57 41 8 .195 0 1
Danny Sandoval 28 38 8 .211 0 4
Alex Gonzalez 20 36 4 .111 0 1
José Hernández 18 32 8 .250 1 7
Randall Simon 23 21 5 .238 0 2
Joe Thurston 18 18 4 .222 0 0
Michael Bourn 17 8 1 .125 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
Brett Myers 31 198.0 12 7 3.91 189
Jon Lieber 27 168.0 9 11 4.93 100
Cole Hamels 23 132.1 9 8 4.08 145
Cory Lidle 21 125.1 8 7 4.74 98
Randy Wolf 12 56.2 4 0 5.56 44
Gavin Floyd 11 54.1 4 3 7.29 34
Jamie Moyer 8 51.1 5 2 4.03 26
Scott Mathieson 9 37.1 1 4 7.47 28
Adam Bernero 1 2.0 0 1 36.00 0

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
Ryan Madson 50 134.1 11 9 5.69 99
Eude Brito 5 18.1 1 2 7.36 9

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
Geoff Geary 81 7 1 1 2.96 60
Aaron Fultz 66 3 1 0 4.54 62
Tom Gordon 59 3 4 34 3.34 68
Arthur Rhodes 55 0 5 4 5.32 48
Ryan Franklin 46 1 5 0 4.58 25
Rhéal Cormier 43 2 2 0 1.59 13
Rick White 38 3 1 0 4.34 23
Clay Condrey 21 2 2 0 3.14 16
Brian Sanches 18 0 0 0 5.91 22
Fabio Castro 16 0 1 1 1.54 13
Matt Smith 14 0 1 0 2.08 12
Julio Santana 7 0 0 0 7.56 4

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
Red Barons
International League John Russell
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League P. J. Forbes
A Clearwater Threshers Florida State League Greg Legg
A Lakewood BlueClaws South Atlantic League Dave Huppert
A-Short Season Batavia Muckdogs New York–Penn League Steve Roadcap
Rookie GCL Phillies Gulf Coast League Jim Morrison

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Lakewood[10]

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