2007 Philadelphia Phillies
National League East Champions
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Record89–73 (.549)
Divisional place1st
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Owner(s)Bill Giles
General manager(s)Pat Gillick
Manager(s)Charlie Manuel
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The 2007 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 125th season in the history of the franchise. It would begin with the Phillies approaching a historic mark. The Phillies started the year with an MLB-record 9,955 losses in franchise history.[1] On July 15, they lost their 10,000th game to the St. Louis Cardinals, becoming the first professional sports team in modern history to reach that milestone.[2] The Phillies rallied in the closing days of the season, winning their final game against the Nationals. This win and the New York Mets loss to the Florida Marlins gave them the NL East title. They were swept in the opening round of the postseason by the Colorado Rockies.

Regular season

Trailing the Mets by seven games with seventeen left to play, the Phillies went on a 13–4 stretch that got them the first of five consecutive division championships. It was also the franchise's first playoff appearance since 1993.

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Philadelphia Phillies 89 73 0.549 47–34 42–39
New York Mets 88 74 0.543 1 41–40 47–34
Atlanta Braves 84 78 0.519 5 44–37 40–41
Washington Nationals 73 89 0.451 16 40–41 33–48
Florida Marlins 71 91 0.438 18 36–45 35–46


Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–2 4–2 2–4 8–10 6–1 5–2 8–10 2–5 3–4 5–1 5–4 10–8 10–8 4–3 6–1 8–7
Atlanta 2–4 5–4 1–6 4–2 10–8 3–3 4–3 5–2 9–9 9–9 5–1 5–2 4–3 3–4 11–7 4–11
Chicago 2–4 4–5 9–9 5–2 0–6 8–7 2–5 9–6 2–5 3–4 8–7 3–5 5–2 11–5 6–1 8–4
Cincinnati 4–2 6–1 9–9 2–4 4–3 4–11 2–4 8–7 2–5 2–4 9–7 2–4 4–3 6–9 1–6 7-11
Colorado 10–8 2–4 2–5 4–2 3–3 3–4 12–6 4–2 4–2 4–3 4–3 11–8 10–8 3–4 4–3 10–8
Florida 1–6 8–10 6–0 3–4 3–3 2–3 4–3 2–5 7–11 9–9 3–4 3–4 1–6 2–4 8–10 9–9
Houston 2–5 3–3 7–8 11–4 4–3 3-2 4–3 5–13 2–5 3–3 5–10 4–3 2–4 7–9 2–5 9–9
Los Angeles 10–8 3–4 5–2 4–2 6–12 3–4 3–4 3–3 5–5 4–2 5–2 8–10 10–8 3–3 5–1 5–10
Milwaukee 5–2 2–5 6–9 7–8 2–4 5–2 13–5 3–3 2–4 3–4 10–6 2–5 4–5 7–8 4–2 8–7
New York 4–3 9–9 5–2 5–2 2–4 11–7 5–2 5–5 4–2 6–12 4–2 2–4 4–2 5–2 9–9 8–7
Philadelphia 1-5 9–9 4–3 4–2 3–4 9–9 3–3 2–4 4–3 12–6 4–2 4–3 4–4 6–3 12–6 8–7
Pittsburgh 4–5 1–5 7–8 7–9 3–4 4–3 10–5 2–5 6–10 2–4 2–4 1–6 4–2 6–12 4–2 5–10
San Diego 8–10 2–5 5–3 4–2 8–11 4–3 3–4 10–8 5–2 4–2 3–4 6–1 14–4 3–4 4–2 6–9
San Francisco 8–10 3–4 2–5 3–4 8–10 6–1 4–2 8–10 5–4 2–4 4–4 2–4 4–14 4–1 3–4 5–10
St. Louis 3–4 4–3 5–11 9–6 4–3 4-2 9–7 3–3 8–7 2–5 3–6 12–6 4–3 1–4 1–5 6–9
Washington 1–6 7–11 1–6 6–1 3–4 10-8 5–2 1–5 2–4 9–9 6–12 2–4 2–4 4–3 5–1 9–9


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2007 Game Log
April (11–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 2 Braves 5–3 (10) Wickman (1–0) Madson (0–1) Paronto (1) 44,742 0–1
2 April 4 Braves 3–2 (11) McBride (1–0) Madson (0–2) Wickman (1) 41,516 0–2
3 April 5 Braves 8–4 James (1–0) Eaton (0–1) Soriano (1) 30,062 0–3
4 April 6 @ Marlins 8–2 Moyer (1–0) Mitre (0–1) 40,397 1–3
5 April 7 @ Marlins 8–5 Willis (2–0) Myers (0–1) 32,419 1–4
6 April 8 @ Marlins 6–4 Olsen (2–0) Segovia (0–1) Gardner (1) 16,308 1–5
7 April 9 @ Mets 11–5 Feliciano (1–0) Geary (0–1) 56,227 1–6
8 April 11 @ Mets 5–2 Eaton (1–1) Pérez (1–1) Gordon (1) 41,927 2–6
9 April 12 @ Mets 5–3 Glavine (2–1) Moyer (1–1) Wagner (2) 33,355 2–7
10 April 13 Astros 9–6 Oswalt (2–0) Myers (0–2) Wheeler (2) 44,336 2–8
11 April 14 Astros 8–5 Hamels (1–0) Williams (0–2) Gordon (2) 35,387 3–8
April 15 Astros Postponed (rain) – made up April 23 3–8
April 16 Mets Postponed (rain) – made up June 29 3–8
12 April 17 Mets 8–1 Glavine (3–1) García (0–1) 27,058 3–9
13 April 18 @ Nationals 5–4 (13) Speigner (1–0) Rosario (0–1) 18,584 3–10
14 April 19 @ Nationals 4–2 Moyer (2–1) Patterson (0–3) Gordon (3) 18,671 4–10
15 April 20 @ Reds 2–1 (10) Coutlangus (1–0) Gordon (0–1) 32,962 4–11
16 April 21 @ Reds 4–1 Hamels (2–0) Milton (0–3) 39,353 5–11
17 April 22 @ Reds 9–3 García (1–1) Belisle (2–1) 29,717 6–11
18 April 23 Astros 11–4 Eaton (2–1) Sampson (2–1) 32,517 7–11
19 April 24 Nationals 6–3 Alfonseca (1–0) Bowie (0–1) Gordon (4) 24,745 8–11
20 April 25 Nationals 9–3 Lieber (1–0) Patterson (0–4) 23,526 9–11
21 April 26 Nationals 4–2 Hill (2–2) Hamels (2–1) Cordero (2) 26,572 9–12
22 April 27 Marlins 6–5 Gordon (1–1) Messenger (0–1) 32,331 10–12
23 April 28 Marlins 11–5 Willis (5–1) Eaton (2–2) 36,914 10–13
24 April 29 Marlins 6–1 Moyer (3–1) Obermueller (1–1) 45,107 11–13
25 April 30 @ Braves 5–2 González (1–0) Alfonseca (1–1) 20,354 11–14
May (15–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
26 May 1 @ Braves 6–4 Hamels (3–1) Redman (0–4) Gordon (5) 19,670 12–14
27 May 2 @ Braves 4–3 Paronto (1–0) García (1–2) Soriano (2) 23,647 12–15
28 May 3 @ Giants 9–7 Eaton (3–2) Cain (1–2) Myers (1) 33,466 13–15
29 May 4 @ Giants 6–2 Morris (4–1) Moyer (3–2) 39,265 13–16
30 May 5 @ Giants 9–4 Lowry (4–2) Lieber (1–1) 40,796 13–17
31 May 6 @ Giants 8–5 Hamels (4–1) Chulk (0–2) Myers (2) 38,738 14–17
32 May 7 @ D-backs 4–3 Lyon (3–1) Rosario (0–2) Valverde (12) 19,592 14–18
33 May 8 @ D-backs 3–2 Owings (2–1) Eaton (3–3) Peña (1) 22,888 14–19
34 May 9 @ D-backs 9–3 Moyer (4–2) Medders (1–1) Myers (3) 25,286 15–19
35 May 11 Cubs 7–2 Hamels (5–1) Hill (4–2) 42,473 16–19
36 May 12 Cubs 11–7 Alfonseca (2–1) Howry (0–3) 45,026 17–19
37 May 13 Cubs 4–1 Lilly (3–2) Lieber (1–2) Dempster (8) 45,129 17–20
38 May 14 Brewers 8–6 Condrey (1–0) Turnbow (1–1) Myers (4) 29,183 18–20
39 May 15 Brewers 4–3 Myers (1–2) Turnbow (1–2) 41,258 19–20
40 May 16 Brewers 6–2 Hamels (6–1) Suppan (5–4) 42,713 20–20
41 May 17 Brewers 3–2 Sheets (4–2) García (1–3) Cordero (16) 31,553 20–21
42 May 18 Blue Jays 5–3 Lieber (2–2) McGowan (0–1) Myers (5) 34,723 21–21
43 May 19 Blue Jays 13–2 Marcum (2–2) Moyer (4–3) 32,004 21–22
44 May 20 Blue Jays 5–3 Eaton (4–3) Litsch (1–1) Myers (6) 39,030 22–22
45 May 22 @ Marlins 5–3 Olsen (4–3) Hamels (6–2) Gregg (4) 11,162 22–23
46 May 23 @ Marlins 8–7 (10) Condrey (2–0) Gregg (0–2) 11,575 23–23
47 May 24 @ Marlins 5–4 (11) Gardner (1–2) Rosario (0–3) 11,811 23–24
48 May 25 @ Braves 8–3 Moyer (5–3) Hudson (5–3) 35,402 24–24
49 May 26 @ Braves 6–4 Eaton (5–3) Carlyle (0–1) Alfonseca (1) 40,122 25–24
50 May 27 @ Braves 13–6 Hamels (7–2) Davies (2–3) 38,058 26–24
51 May 28 D-backs 5–4 Davis (3–6) García (1–4) Lyon (2) 41,985 26–25
52 May 29 D-backs 11–5 Owings (4–1) Lieber (2–3) 27,643 26–26
53 May 30 D-backs 4–3 Johnson (3–2) Moyer (5–4) Valverde (19) 33,281 26–27
June (15–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
54 June 1 Giants 13–0 Morris (6–2) Eaton (5–4) 38,164 26–28
55 June 2 Giants 5–2 Hamels (8–2) Lowry (5–5) 45,153 27–28
56 June 3 Giants 9–8 Alfonseca (3–1) Correia (1–2) 39,293 28–28
57 June 4 Giants 8–1 Zito (6–5) Lieber (2–4) 33,967 28–29
58 June 5 @ Mets 4–2 (11) Geary (1–1) Feliciano (1–1) Alfonseca (2) 43,078 29–29
59 June 6 @ Mets 4–2 Eaton (6–4) Heilman (5–3) Alfonseca (3) 42,696 30–29
60 June 7 @ Mets 6–3 (10) Zagurski (1–0) Schoeneweis (0–1) Alfonseca (4) 43,398 31–29
61 June 8 @ Royals 8–4 Elarton (2–2) García (1–5) Dotel (3) 19,121 31–30
62 June 9 @ Royals 4–0 Lieber (3–4) Meche (3–6) 23,734 32–30
63 June 10 @ Royals 17–5 Greinke (3–4) Moyer (5–5) 16,034 32–31
64 June 11 White Sox 3–0 Eaton (7–4) Vázquez (3–5) Alfonseca (5) 31,989 33–31
65 June 12 White Sox 7–3 Hamels (9–2) Contreras (4–7) 34,529 34–31
66 June 13 White Sox 8–4 Madson (1–2) Thornton (2–2) 42,677 35–31
67 June 15 Tigers 12–8 Bonderman (7–0) Lieber (3–5) 42,719 35–32
68 June 16 Tigers 6–3 Moyer (6–5) Miller (2–1) 45,102 36–32
69 June 17 Tigers 7–4 Verlander (7–2) Geary (1–2) Jones (17) 45,537 36–33
70 June 18 @ Indians 10–1 Lee (3–4) Hamels (9–3) 18,710 36–34
71 June 19 @ Indians 9–6 Kendrick (1–0) Stanford (1–1) 17,371 37–34
72 June 20 @ Indians 10–6 Sabathia (10–2) Lieber (3–6) 24,278 37–35
73 June 22 @ Cardinals 6–0 Moyer (7–5) Reyes (0–9) 45,360 38–35
74 June 23 @ Cardinals 8–3 Wainwright (6–6) Eaton (7–5) 45,336 38–36
75 June 24 @ Cardinals 5–1 Sanches (1–0) Thompson (5–3) 44,899 39–36
76 June 26 Reds 11–4 Kendrick (2–0) Bailey (2–1) 35,314 40–36
77 June 27 Reds 9–6 McBeth (2–1) Sanches (1–1) Weathers (15) 31,803 40–37
78 June 28 Reds 8–7 (10) Condrey (3–0) Santos (1–3) 44,323 41–37
79 June 29 Mets 6–5 Hernández (4–3) Durbin (0–1) Wagner (16) 35,849 41–38
80 June 29 Mets 5–2 Maine (9–4) Hamels (9–4) 45,165 41–39
81 June 30 Mets 8–3 Sosa (7–3) Happ (0–1) Feliciano (1) 45,003 41–40
July (15–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
82 July 1 Mets 5–3 Kendrick (2–0) Pelfrey (0–6) Alfonseca (6) 45,289 42–40
83 July 2 @ Astros 7–5 Williams (4–10) Moyer (7–6) Miller (1) 28,973 42–41
84 July 3 @ Astros 5–4 (13) Albers (2–4) Mesa (0–1) 37,993 42–42
85 July 4 @ Astros 8–3 Hamels (10–4) Sampson (6–6) 39,993 43–42
86 July 6 @ Rockies 7–6 (11) Corpas (3–2) Durbin (0–2) 29,239 43–43
87 July 7 @ Rockies 6–3 López (5–2) Moyer (7–7) Corpas (1) 35,196 43–44
88 July 8 @ Rockies 8–4 Eaton (8–5) Cook (5–6) Madson (1) 25,119 44–44
89 July 13 Cardinals 13–3 Kendrick (4–0) Wells (3–12) 43,838 45–44
90 July 14 Cardinals 10–4 Hamels (11–4) Maroth (5–4) 45,050 46–44
91 July 15 Cardinals 10–2 Wainwright (8–7) Eaton (8–6) 44,872 46–45
92 July 16 @ Dodgers 10–3 Penny (11–1) Moyer (7–8) 41,458 46–46
93 July 17 @ Dodgers 15–3 Durbin (1–2) Hendrickson (4–5) 45,074 47–46
94 July 18 @ Dodgers 5–4 Seánez (6–1) Kendrick (4–1) Saito (25) 47,114 47–47
95 July 19 @ Padres 1–0 Young (9–3) Hamels (11–5) Hoffman (27) 30,885 47–48
96 July 20 @ Padres 7–3 Eaton (9–6) Germano (6–4) Alfonseca (7) 36,113 48–48
97 July 21 @ Padres 12–4 Moyer (8–8) Wells (5–6) 40,917 49–48
98 July 22 @ Padres 9–0 Durbin (2–2) Peavy (9–5) 37,986 50–48
99 July 24 Nationals 4–3 Madson (2–2) Ayala (0–2) Alfonseca (8) 40,110 51–48
100 July 25 Nationals 7–5 (14) Condrey (4–0) Booker (0–1) 44,931 52–48
101 July 26 Nationals 7–6 Rauch (6–2) Mesa (1–3) Cordero (20) 43,413 52–49
102 July 27 Pirates 8–1 (7) Moyer (9–8) Van Benschoten (0–5) 37,136 53–49
103 July 28 Pirates 10–5 Durbin (3–2) Youman (2–3) 45,149 54–49
104 July 29 Pirates 5–1 Kendrick (5–1) Snell (7–9) 40,030 55–49
105 July 30 @ Cubs 4–1 Hamels (12–5) Lilly (11–5) Myers (7) 41,686 56–49
106 July 31 @ Cubs 7–3 Marquis (8–6) Eaton (9–7) 40,495 56–50
August (16–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
107 August 1 @ Cubs 5–4 Dempster (2–3) Myers (1–3) 40,558 56–51
108 August 2 @ Cubs 10–6 Durbin (4–2) Marshall (5–5) 40,988 57–51
109 August 3 @ Brewers 2–1 Gallardo (4–1) Kendrick (5–2) Cordero (33) 39,483 57–52
110 August 4 @ Brewers 6–5 Turnbow (3–4) Gordon (1–2) Cordero (34) 42,126 57–53
111 August 5 @ Brewers 8–6 (11) Myers (2–3) Parra (0–1) Mesa (1) 43,716 58–53
112 August 7 Marlins 11–1 Moyer (10–8) VandenHurk (3–3) Durbin (1) 32,791 59–53
113 August 8 Marlins 6–4 Lohse (7–12) Willis (7–12) Myers (8) 34,139 60–53
114 August 9 Marlins 4–2 Tankersley (5–1) Myers (2–4) Gregg (24) 37,009 60–54
115 August 10 Braves 5–4 Hamels (13–5) Moylan (4–2) Gordon (6) 40,844 61–54
116 August 11 Braves 7–5 Mahay (1–0) Eaton (9–8) Wickman (19) 44,948 61–55
117 August 12 Braves 5–3 Moyer (11–8) Carlyle (7–4) Myers (9) 45,053 62–55
118 August 14 @ Nationals 3–2 Alfonseca (4–1) Rauch (8–3) Myers (10) 27,128 63–55
119 August 15 @ Nationals 4–2 Redding (2–3) Kendrick (5–3) Cordero (27) 25,575 63–56
120 August 16 @ Nationals 4–2 Hamels (14–5) Hanrahan (2–1) Myers (11) 27,308 64–56
121 August 17 @ Pirates 11–8 Durbin (5–2) Gorzelanny (11–7) 37,072 65–56
122 August 18 @ Pirates 11–6 Maholm (9–14) Moyer (11–9) 38,152 65–57
123 August 19 @ Pirates 8–4 Snell (8–10) Romero (1–1) 31,277 65–58
124 August 21 Dodgers 5–4 Kendrick (6–3) Tomko (2–11) Myers (12) 35,326 66–58
125 August 22 Dodgers 15–3 Lowe (10–11) Durbin (5–3) 37,321 66–59
126 August 23 Dodgers 5–2 Billingsley (8–4) Romero (1–2) Saito (34) 37,875 66–60
127 August 24 Padres 14–3 Maddux (10–9) Moyer (11–10) 39,023 66–61
128 August 25 Padres 4–3 Bell (6–4) Myers (2–5) Hoffman (33) 37,957 66–62
129 August 26 Padres 14–2 Kendrick (7–3) Stauffer (0–1) Ennis (1) 39,362 67–62
130 August 27 Mets 9–2 Durbin (6–3) Lawrence (1–2) 38,165 68–62
131 August 28 Mets 4–2 (10) Myers (3–5) Mota (1–1) 40,508 69–62
132 August 29 Mets 3–2 Moyer (12–10) Pérez (12–9) Myers (13) 43,150 70–62
133 August 30 Mets 11–10 Gordon (2–2) Wagner (2–2) 42,552 71–62
134 August 31 @ Marlins 9–2 Kendrick (8–3) Mitre (5–8) 15,231 72–62
September (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
135 September 1 @ Marlins 12–6 Kim (8–6) Durbin (6–4) Gregg (27) 24,651 72–63
136 September 2 @ Marlins 7–6 Miller (5–0) Davis (0–1) Gregg (28) 12,334 72–64
137 September 3 @ Braves 5–1 Cormier (2–4) Moyer (12–11) 31,592 72–65
138 September 4 @ Braves 5–2 Lohse (8–12) Carlyle (8–6) Myers (14) 22,130 73–65
139 September 5 @ Braves 9–8 Soriano (3–3) Myers (3–6) 22,115 73–66
140 September 7 Marlins 6–3 Kim (9–6) Durbin (6–5) Gregg (29) 38,696 73–67
141 September 8 Marlins 9–1 Condrey (5–0) VandenHurk (4–6) 38,559 74–67
142 September 9 Marlins 8–5 Moyer (13–11) Willis (8–15) Myers (15) 32,574 75–67
143 September 10 Rockies 6–5 (10) Myers (4–6) Buchholz (6–5) 25,046 76–67
144 September 11 Rockies 8–2 Morales (1–2) Eaton (9–9) 25,263 76–68
145 September 12 Rockies 12–0 Redman (1–4) Kendrick (8–4) 31,541 76–69
146 September 13 Rockies 12–4 Geary (2–2) Francis (15–8) 42,623 77–69
147 September 14 @ Mets 3–2 (10) Gordon (3–2) Heilman (7–7) Myers (16) 53,730 78–69
148 September 15 @ Mets 5–3 Alfonseca (5–1) Sosa (9–7) Myers (17) 55,477 79–69
149 September 16 @ Mets 10–6 Geary (3–2) Mota (2–2) 52,779 80–69
150 September 17 @ Cardinals 13–11 Kendrick (9–4) Thompson (6–6) Rosario (1) 42,031 81–69
151 September 18 @ Cardinals 7–4 (14) Mesa (2–3) Maroth (5–7) Condrey (1) 42,170 82–69
152 September 19 @ Cardinals 2–1 (10) Flores (3–0) Myers (4–7) 44,337 82–70
153 September 20 @ Nationals 7–6 Romero (2–2) Albaladejo (1–1) Myers (18) 19,966 83–70
154 September 21 @ Nationals 6–3 Eaton (10–9) Hill (4–5) Myers (19) 26,949 84–70
155 September 22 @ Nationals 4–1 (10) Myers (5–7) Schroder (2–3) Condrey (2) 26,412 85–70
156 September 23 @ Nationals 5–3 Ayala (2–2) Alfonseca (5–2) Cordero (36) 40,519 85–71
157 September 25 Braves 10–6 Bennett (2–0) Moyer (13–12) 39,129 85–72
158 September 26 Braves 5–2 Lohse (9–12) Hudson (16–10) Myers (20) 36,588 86–72
159 September 27 Braves 6–4 Kendrick (10–4) Smoltz (14–8) Myers (21) 40,589 87–72
160 September 28 Nationals 6–0 Hamels (15–5) Redding (3–6) 45,084 88–72
161 September 29 Nationals 4–2 Chico (7–9) Eaton (10–10) Cordero (37) 44,532 88–73
162 September 30 Nationals 6–1 Moyer (14–12) Bergmann (6–6) 44,865 89–73

Playoffs

NLDS

Game Score Date Starters Time (ET)
1 Colorado Rockies 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2 October 3 Jeff Francis (1–0) vs. Cole Hamels (0–1) 3:07 pm
2 Colorado Rockies 10, Philadelphia Phillies 5 October 4 Josh Fogg (1–0) vs. Kyle Kendrick (0–1) 3:07 pm
3 Philadelphia Phillies 1, Colorado Rockies 2 October 6 Jamie Moyer vs. Ubaldo Jiménez 9:37 pm

Awards

Jimmy Rollins won the Baseball Digest Player of the Year, the NL Most Valuable Player Award, the NLBM Oscar Charleston Legacy Award (NL MVP), the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association ("Outstanding Pro Athlete"), the John Wanamaker Athletic Award from the Philadelphia Sports Congress (summer 2008; for the 2007 calendar year),[4][5][6][7] and the Pride of Philadelphia Award from the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame.

The NL Rawlings Gold Glove Award was won by Rollins (shortstop) and Aaron Rowand (outfield). The NL Silver Slugger Award was won by Chase Utley (second base) and Rollins (shortstop). Carlos Ruiz was named to the Topps All-Star Rookie team, at catcher.

The Philadelphia chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) presented its annual franchise awards to Jimmy Rollins ("Mike Schmidt Most Valuable Player Award"), Cole Hamels ("Steve Carlton Most Valuable Pitcher Award"), Larry Shenk ("Dallas Green Special Achievement Award"), and Aaron Rowand ("Tug McGraw Good Guy Award").

The Philadelphia Sports Writers Association presented awards to broadcaster Harry Kalas ("Living Legend Award") and public-relations director Larry Shenk ("Lifetime Achievement Award").

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Ottawa Lynx International League John Russell
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League P. J. Forbes
A Clearwater Threshers Florida State League Dave Huppert
A Lakewood BlueClaws South Atlantic League Steve Roadcap
A-Short Season Williamsport Crosscutters New York–Penn League Greg Legg
Rookie GCL Phillies Gulf Coast League Roly de Armas

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Clearwater

References

  • Game Logs:
1st Half: Philadelphia Phillies Game Log on ESPN.com
2nd Half: Philadelphia Phillies Game Log on ESPN.com
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