2013 Philadelphia Phillies
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Location
Results
Record73–89 (.451)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Giles
David Montgomery
General manager(s)Rubén Amaro, Jr.
Manager(s)Charlie Manuel (through August 16)
Ryne Sandberg (interim: August 16 – September 29)
Local televisionComcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Comcast Network Philadelphia
PHL17 (MyNetworkTV)
(Tom McCarthy, Chris Wheeler, Gary Matthews)
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(Scott Franzke, Larry Andersen, Jim Jackson)
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The Philadelphia Phillies 2013 season was the 131st season in the history of the franchise. The Phillies played their first game of the season against the Atlanta Braves on April 1.

Offseason transactions

Season notes

On April 5, the Kansas City Royals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 13–4, spoiling their home opener with a sellout crowd of 45,307 at Citizens Bank Park. The interleague matchup was a rare one between teams who first met in the 1980 World Series, as the Royals previously only visited Philadelphia in 2004. Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt and George Brett, rivals when the Phillies beat the Royals to win their first championship 33 years earlier, threw out the first pitches (along with SNL's Joe Piscopo).[1]

On August 16, 2013, the Phillies fired manager Charlie Manuel replacing him with third base coach Ryne Sandberg on an interim basis.[2] At the time, the Phillies were 53–67, and Manuel had exactly 1,000 wins with the Phillies, a milestone he achieved on August 12.[3] The league and fan base mostly expressed sadness and gratitude to Manuel for his tenure.[4] Several Phillies veterans, including Chase Utley and Cole Hamels, expressed regret and guilt feeling their lack of production led to Manuel's firing; they viewed Manuel as a fatherly figure.[5] Sandberg commented the next day, "It was a roller coaster of a day emotionally. It affected me and I think it affects the players."[6] Manuel received significant accolades within the media for his class in handling the situation,[2] while the Phillies organization, namely general manager Rubén Amaro, Jr., were criticized within the media for firing Manuel at that point in the season,[7][8] as well as for not having better players.[9][10][11]

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Atlanta Braves 96 66 0.593 56–25 40–41
Washington Nationals 86 76 0.531 10 47–34 39–42
New York Mets 74 88 0.457 22 33–48 41–40
Philadelphia Phillies 73 89 0.451 23 43–38 30–51
Miami Marlins 62 100 0.383 34 36–45 26–55

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National League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
St. Louis Cardinals 97 65 0.599
Atlanta Braves 96 66 0.593
Los Angeles Dodgers 92 70 0.568


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 94 68 0.580 +4
Cincinnati Reds 90 72 0.556
Washington Nationals 86 76 0.531 4
Arizona Diamondbacks 81 81 0.500 9
San Diego Padres 76 86 0.469 14
San Francisco Giants 76 86 0.469 14
Colorado Rockies 74 88 0.457 16
Milwaukee Brewers 74 88 0.457 16
New York Mets 74 88 0.457 16
Philadelphia Phillies 73 89 0.451 17
Chicago Cubs 66 96 0.407 24
Miami Marlins 62 100 0.383 28

[13]

Record vs. opponents

Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–4 4–3 3–4 12–7 10–9 4–2 6–1 3–4 3–4 3–3 7–12 7–12 4–3 2–4 11–9
Atlanta 4–2 5–1 4–3 6–1 5–2 13–6 2–4 10–9 11–8 4–3 1–5 3–4 4–3 13–6 11–9
Chicago 3–4 1–5 5–14 3–3 1–6 4–3 6–13 3–3 3–3 7–12 3–4 4–3 7–12 3–4 13–7
Cincinnati 4–3 3–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 6–1 10–9 4–2 4–2 8–11 3–3 6–1 8–11 3–4 11–9
Colorado 7–12 1–6 3–3 4–2 10–9 3–4 4–2 3–4 3–4 4–2 12–7 9–10 3–4 3–4 5–15
Los Angeles 9–10 2–5 6–1 3–4 9–10 5–2 4–2 5–1 5–2 4–2 11–8 8–11 4–3 5–1 12–8
Miami 2–4 6–13 3–4 1–6 4–3 2–5 1–5 11–8 7–12 2–4 3–4 4–3 2–4 5–14 9–11
Milwaukee 1–6 4–2 13–6 9–10 2–4 2–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 7–12 3–4 5–2 5–14 3–4 6–14
New York 4–3 9–10 3–3 2–4 4–3 1–5 8–11 3–4 10–9 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 7–12 11–9
Philadelphia 4–3 8–11 3–3 2–4 4–3 2–5 12–7 2–5 9–10 3–4 4–2 3–3 2–5 8–11 7–13
Pittsburgh 3–3 3–4 12–7 11–8 2–4 2–4 4–2 12–7 5–2 4–3 3–4 4–3 10–9 4–3 15–5
San Diego 12–7 5–1 4–3 3–3 7–12 8–11 4–3 4–3 3–4 2–4 4–3 8–11 2–4 2–5 8–12
San Francisco 12–7 4–3 3–4 1–6 10–9 11–8 3–4 2–5 2–4 3–3 3–4 11–8 2–4 3–3 6–14
St. Louis 3–4 3–4 12–7 11–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 14–5 5–2 5–2 9–10 4–2 4–2 6–0 10–10
Washington 4–2 6–13 4–3 4–3 4–3 1–5 14–5 4–3 12–7 11–8 3–4 5–2 3–3 0–6 11–9


Game log

The Phillies celebrate after Freddy Galvis hits a walk-off home run on September 7, 2013
The Phillies celebrate after Freddy Galvis hits a walk-off home run on September 7, 2013
Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
2013 Game Log[14][15]
Overall Record: 73–89
April (12–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 1 @ Braves 5–7 Luis Avilán (1–0) Cole Hamels (0–1) Craig Kimbrel (1) 51,456 0–1
2 April 3 @ Braves 2–9 Paul Maholm (1–0) Roy Halladay (0–1) None 24,289 0–2
3 April 4 @ Braves 2–0 Cliff Lee (1–0) Kris Medlen (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (1) 18,295 1–2
4 April 5 Royals 4–13 Bruce Chen (1–0) Kyle Kendrick (0–1) None 45,307 1–3
5 April 6 Royals 4–3 Antonio Bastardo (1–0) Greg Holland (0–1) None 39,475 2–3
6 April 7 Royals 8–9 James Shields (1–1) Cole Hamels (0–2) Kelvin Herrera (1) 39,451 2–4
7 April 8 Mets 2–7 Matt Harvey (2–0) Roy Halladay (0–2) None 35,393 2–5
8 April 9 Mets 8–3 Cliff Lee (2–0) Dillon Gee (0–2) None 38,305 3–5
9 April 10 Mets 7–3 Kyle Kendrick (1–1) Jeremy Hefner (0–2) None 38,715 4–5
10 April 12 @ Marlins 3–1 (10) Phillippe Aumont (1–0) Jon Rauch (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (2) 17,923 5–5
11 April 13 @ Marlins 1–2 Steve Cishek (1–1) Phillippe Aumont (1–1) None 20,037 5–6
12 April 14 @ Marlins 2–1 Roy Halladay (1–2) Jon Rauch (0–2) Jonathan Papelbon (3) 21,412 6–6
13 April 15 @ Reds 2–4 Bronson Arroyo (2–1) Jeremy Horst (0–1) Aroldis Chapman (3) 17,345 6–7
14 April 16 @ Reds 0–1[a] Aroldis Chapman (2–0) Phillippe Aumont (1–2) None 15,544 6–8
15 April 17 @ Reds 2–11 Mike Leake (1–0) John Lannan (0–1) None 16,467 6–9
16 April 18 Cardinals 3–4 Adam Wainwright (3–1) Mike Adams (0–1) Edward Mujica (1) 34,256 6–10
17 April 19 Cardinals 8–2 (7) Roy Halladay (2–2) Jaime García (1–1) None 34,092 7–10
18 April 20 Cardinals 0–5 Lance Lynn (3–0) Cliff Lee (2–1) None 41,050 7–11
19 April 21 Cardinals 7–3 Mike Adams (1–1) Mitchell Boggs (0–2) None 35,115 8–11
20 April 22 Pirates 3–2 Raúl Valdés (1–0) Jared Hughes (1–2) Jonathan Papelbon (4) 35,385 9–11
21 April 23 Pirates 0–2 Jeff Locke (2–1) Cole Hamels (0–3) Jason Grilli (8) 31,002 9–12
22 April 24 Pirates 3–5 Vin Mazzaro (1–0) Mike Adams (1–2) Jason Grilli (9) 32,158 9–13
23 April 25 Pirates 4–6 Justin Wilson (2–0) Phillippe Aumont (1–3) Tony Watson (1) 33,443 9–14
24 April 26 @ Mets 4–0 Kyle Kendrick (2–1) Dillon Gee (1–4) None 21,582 10–14
25 April 27 @ Mets 9–4 Jonathan Pettibone (1–0) Shaun Marcum (0–1) None 29,248 11–14
26 April 28 @ Mets 5–1 Cole Hamels (1–3) Jon Niese (2–2) None 28,990 12–14
27 April 30 @ Indians 2–14 Zach McAllister (2–3) Roy Halladay (2–3) None 10,841 12–15
May (14–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
28 May 1 @ Indians 0–6 Trevor Bauer (1–1) Cliff Lee (2–2) None 12,730 12–16
29 May 2 Marlins 7–2 Kyle Kendrick (3–1) Alex Sanabia (2–4) None 36,978 13–16
30 May 3 Marlins 4–1 Jonathan Pettibone (2–0) Ricky Nolasco (2–3) Jonathan Papelbon (5) 36,292 14–16
31 May 4 Marlins 0–2 José Fernández (1–2) Cole Hamels (1–4) Steve Cishek (4) 40,091 14–17
32 May 5 Marlins 2–14 Kevin Slowey (1–2) Roy Halladay (2–4) None 45,276 14–18
33 May 6 @ Giants 6–2 Cliff Lee (3–2) Madison Bumgarner (3–1) None 41,171 15–18
34 May 7 @ Giants 6–2 Kyle Kendrick (4–1) Tim Lincecum (2–3) None 41,226 16–18
35 May 8 @ Giants 3–4 (10) Javier López (1–0) Antonio Bastardo (1–1) None 41,048 16–19
36 May 9 @ Diamondbacks 1–2 Patrick Corbin (5–0) Cole Hamels (1–5) Heath Bell (4) 20,002 16–20
37 May 10 @ Diamondbacks 2–3 Tony Sipp (2–1) Mike Adams (1–3) David Hernandez (1) 31,900 16–21
38 May 11 @ Diamondbacks 3–1 Cliff Lee (4–2) Trevor Cahill (2–4) Jonathan Papelbon (6) 28,113 17–21
39 May 12 @ Diamondbacks 4–2 (10) Justin De Fratus (1–0) Matt Reynolds (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (7) 32,785 18–21
40 May 14 Indians 6–2 Jonathan Pettibone (3–0) Scott Kazmir (2–2) None 39,689 19–21
41 May 15 Indians 4–10 Corey Kluber (3–2) Cole Hamels (1–6) None 38,440 19–22
42 May 17 Reds 5–3 Justin De Fratus (2–0) Sean Marshall (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (8) 43,129 20–22
43 May 18 Reds 0–10 Bronson Arroyo (4–4) Kyle Kendrick (4–2) None 41,817 20–23
44 May 19 Reds 3–2 Antonio Bastardo (2–1) Aroldis Chapman (3–2) None 41,009 21–23
45 May 20 @ Marlins 1–5 Alex Sanabia (3–6) Cole Hamels (1–7) None 13,231 21–24
46 May 21 @ Marlins 7–3 Tyler Cloyd (1–0) Duane Below (0–1) None 13,996 22–24
47 May 22 @ Marlins 3–0 Cliff Lee (5–2) Kevin Slowey (1–5) None 15,520 23–24
48 May 24 @ Nationals 2–5 Jordan Zimmermann (8–2) Kyle Kendrick (4–3) Rafael Soriano (14) 28,980 23–25
49 May 25 @ Nationals 5–3 Chad Durbin (1–0) Drew Storen (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (9) 38,012 24–25
50 May 26 @ Nationals 1–6 Stephen Strasburg (3–5) Cole Hamels (1–8) None 39,033 24–26
51 May 27 @ Red Sox 3–9 Alfredo Aceves (2–1) Tyler Cloyd (1–1) None 33,627 24–27
52 May 28 @ Red Sox 3–1 Cliff Lee (6–2) Ryan Dempster (2–6) Jonathan Papelbon (10) 33,643 25–27
53 May 29 Red Sox 4–3 Kyle Kendrick (5–3) John Lackey (3–5) Jonathan Papelbon (11) 38,831 26–27
54 May 30 Red Sox 2–9 Franklin Morales (1–0) Jonathan Pettibone (3–1) None 40,083 26–28
55 May 31 Brewers 5–8 Yovani Gallardo (4–5) Cole Hamels (1–9) Francisco Rogríguez (2) 37,420 26–29
June (13–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
56 June 1 Brewers 3–4 Wily Peralta (4–6) Tyler Cloyd (1–2) Francisco Rogríguez (3) 41,114 26–30
57 June 2 Brewers 7–5 Cliff Lee (7–2) Michael Fiers (1–4) Antonio Bastardo (1) 40,613 27–30
58 June 3 Marlins 7–2 Kyle Kendrick (6–3) Tom Koehler (0–4) None 35,087 28–30
59 June 4 Marlins 7–3 (11) Michael Stutes (1–0) Edgar Olmos (0–1) None 38,932 29–30
60 June 5 Marlins 6–1 Cole Hamels (2–9) A. J. Ramos (0–2) None 38,643 30–30
61 June 6 @ Brewers 5–1 Tyler Cloyd (2–2) Wily Peralta (4–7) None 21,581 31–30
62 June 7 @ Brewers 4–5 Francisco Rodríguez (1–0) Jeremy Horst (0–2) None 31,417 31–31
63 June 8 @ Brewers 3–4 Tyler Thornburg (1–0) Kyle Kendrick (6–4) Francisco Rodríguez (4) 38,267 31–32
64 June 9 @ Brewers 1–9 Kyle Lohse (2–6) Jonathan Pettibone (3–2) None 38,300 31–33
65 June 11 @ Twins 2–3 Brian Duensing (1–1) Mike Adams (1–4) Glen Perkins (14) 30,104 31–34
66 June 12 @ Twins 3–4 Brian Duensing (2–1) Antonio Bastardo (2–2) Glen Perkins (15) 28,910 31–35
67 June 13 @ Twins 3–2 Cliff Lee (8–2) Jared Burton (0–4) Jonathan Papelbon (12) 28,519 32–35
68 June 14 @ Rockies 8–7 Michael Stutes (2–0) Wilton López (1–3) Jonathan Papelbon (13) 36,114 33–35
69 June 15 @ Rockies 5–10 Tyler Chatwood (4–1) Jonathan Pettibone (3–3) None 35,516 33–36
70 June 16 @ Rockies 2–5 Jhoulys Chacín (5–3) Cole Hamels (2–10) Rex Brothers (3) 45,186 33–37
71 June 17 Nationals 5–4 Jonathan Papelbon (1–0) Fernando Abad (0–2) None 44,990 34–37
72 June 18 Nationals 4–2 Cliff Lee (9–2) Ross Detwiler (2–5) Jonathan Papelbon (14) 38,188 35–37
73 June 19 Nationals 2–6 Drew Storen (2–1) Michael Stutes (2–1) None 39,594 35–38
74 June 21 Mets 3–4 Jeremy Hefner (2–6) Cole Hamels (2–11) Bobby Parnell (12) 40,062 35–39
75 June 22 Mets 8–7 Jonathan Papelbon (2–0) Carlos Torres (0–1) None 45,725 36–39
76 June 23 Mets 0–8 Matt Harvey (7–1) John Lannan (0–2) None 44,951 36–40
77 June 24 @ Padres 3–4 (10) Joe Thatcher (3–1) Justin De Fratus (2–1) None 26,265 36–41
78 June 25 @ Padres 6–2 Kyle Kendrick (7–4) Jason Marquis (9–3) None 24,695 37–41
79 June 26 @ Padres 7–5 (13) Joe Savery (1–0) Tommy Layne (0–2) Jonathan Papelbon (15) 25,610 38–41
80 June 27 @ Dodgers 4–6 Zack Greinke (5–2) Justin De Fratus (2–2) Kenley Jansen (7) 51,037 38–42
81 June 28 @ Dodgers 16–1 John Lannan (1–2) Chris Capuano (2–5) None 48,828 39–42
82 June 29 @ Dodgers 3–4 Kenley Jansen (2–3) Justin De Fratus (2–3) None 52,455 39–43
83 June 30 @ Dodgers 1–6 Stephen Fife (3–2) Kyle Kendrick (7–5) None 42,405 39–44
July (11–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
84 July 2 @ Pirates 3–1 Jonathan Pettibone (4–3) Brandon Cumpton (0–1) Jonathan Papelbon (16) 30,301 40–44
85 July 3 @ Pirates 5–6 Jeff Locke (8–1) John Lannan (1–3) Jason Grilli (28) 33,197 40–45
86 July 4 @ Pirates 6–4 Cole Hamels (3–11) Gerrit Cole (4–1) Jonathan Papelbon (17) 35,328 41–45
87 July 5 Braves 5–4 Cliff Lee (10–2) Paul Maholm (9–7) Jonathan Papelbon (18) 42,044 42–45
88 July 6 Braves 4–13 Tim Hudson (5–7) Kyle Kendrick (7–6) None 37,044 42–46
89 July 7 Braves 7–3 Jonathan Pettibone (5–3) Kris Medlen (6–8) None 38,148 43–46
90 July 8 Nationals 3–2 John Lannan (2–3) Dan Haren (4–10) Jonathan Papelbon (19) 33,061 44–46
91 July 9 Nationals 4–2 Cole Hamels (4–11) Taylor Jordan (0–2) Antonio Bastardo (2) 33,502 45–46
92 July 10 Nationals 1–5 Gio González (7–3) Cliff Lee (10–3) None 34,513 45–47
93 July 11 Nationals 3–1 Kyle Kendrick (8–6) Jordan Zimmermann (12–4) Jonathan Papelbon (20) 40,086 46–47
July 12 White Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 13
94 July 13 (1) White Sox 4–5 (11) Ramón Troncoso (1–2) J. C. Ramírez (0–1) Addison Reed (24) 41,562 46–48
95 July 13 (2) White Sox 2–1 (13) Joe Savery (2–0) Simón Castro (0–1) None 43,249 47–48
96 July 14 White Sox 4–3 (10) Antonio Bastardo (3–2) David Purcey (0–1) None 40,151 48–48
July 16 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Citi Field in Queens, New York
97 July 19 @ Mets 13–8 Kyle Kendrick (9–6) Jeremy Hefner (4–7) None 35,021 49–48
98 July 20 @ Mets 4–5 Gonzalez Germen (1–1) Cole Hamels (4–12) Bobby Parnell (18) 26,722 49–49
99 July 21 @ Mets 0–5 Matt Harvey (8–2) Cliff Lee (10–4) None 32,127 49–50
100 July 23 @ Cardinals 1–4 Shelby Miller (10–6) Jonathan Pettibone (5–4) Edward Mujica (29) 44,780 49–51
101 July 24 @ Cardinals 3–11 Jake Westbrook (7–4) John Lannan (2–4) None 44,317 49–52
102 July 25 @ Cardinals 1–3 Lance Lynn (12–5) Kyle Kendrick (9–7) Edward Mujica (30) 45,567 49–53
103 July 26 @ Tigers 1–2 Doug Fister (9–5) Cole Hamels (4–13) Joaquín Benoit (10) 42,317 49–54
104 July 27 @ Tigers 0–10 Max Scherzer (15–1) Raúl Valdés (1–1) None 41,970 49–55
105 July 28 @ Tigers 4–12 Rick Porcello (8–6) Jake Diekman (0–1) None 41,326 49–56
106 July 30 Giants 7–3 John Lannan (3–4) Barry Zito (4–8) None 36,492 50–56
107 July 31 Giants 2–9 Chad Gaudin (5–2) Kyle Kendrick (9–8) None 34,067 50–57
August (12–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 1 Giants 1–2 Matt Cain (7–6) Jonathan Papelbon (2–1) Sergio Romo (25) 33,645 50–58
109 August 2 Braves 4–6 Kris Medlen (8–10) Ethan Martin (0–1) Craig Kimbrel (32) 35,087 50–59
110 August 3 Braves 4–5 (12) Luis Avilán (4–0) Jake Diekman (0–2) Craig Kimbrel (33) 41,161 50–60
111 August 4 Braves 1–4 Alex Wood (2–2) Cliff Lee (10–5) Craig Kimbrel (34) 37,235 50–61
112 August 6 Cubs 9–8 Kyle Kendrick (10–8) Edwin Jackson (7–12) None 36,841 51–61
113 August 7 Cubs 2–5 Pedro Strop (2–4) Luis García (0–1) Kevin Gregg (23) 36,171 51–62
114 August 8 Cubs 12–1 Ethan Martin (1–1) Jeff Samardzija (6–11) None 42,510 52–62
115 August 9 @ Nationals 2–9 Dan Haren (7–11) John Lannan (3–5) None 27,831 52–63
116 August 10 @ Nationals 5–8 Tanner Roark (1–0) Jake Diekman (0–3) Rafael Soriano (29) 32,676 52–64
117 August 11 @ Nationals 0–6 Stephen Strasburg (6–9) Kyle Kendrick (10–9) None 32,355 52–65
118 August 12 @ Braves 5–1 Cole Hamels (5–13) Julio Teherán (9–6) None 20,676 53–65
119 August 13 @ Braves 1–3 Kris Medlen (10–10) Ethan Martin (1–2) Craig Kimbrel (37) 21,697 53–66
120 August 14 @ Braves 3–6 Brandon Beachy (2–0) John Lannan (3–6) Craig Kimbrel (38) 18,638 53–67
121 August 16 Dodgers 0–4 Zack Greinke (11–3) Cliff Lee (10–6) None 36,964 53–68
122 August 17 Dodgers 0–5 Clayton Kershaw (12–7) Kyle Kendrick (10–10) None 42,082 53–69
123 August 18 Dodgers 3–2 Jonathan Papelbon (3–1) Brandon League (6–4) None 40,336 54–69
124 August 19 Rockies 5–4 Ethan Martin (2–2) Jeff Manship (0–3) Jonathan Papelbon (21) 35,269 55–69
125 August 20 Rockies 3–5 Jorge de la Rosa (13–6) Tyler Cloyd (2–3) Rafael Betancourt (16) 34,018 55–70
126 August 21 Rockies 4–3 Jake Diekman (1–3) Rafael Betancourt (2–4) None 36,578 56–70
127 August 22 Rockies 5–4 César Jiménez (1–0) Rafael Betancourt (2–5) None 31,619 57–70
128 August 23 Diamondbacks 4–3 Jonathan Papelbon (4–1) Heath Bell (4–2) None 32,619 58–70
129 August 24 Diamondbacks 7–12 (18) Trevor Cahill (5–10) Casper Wells (0–1) None 34,637 58–71
130 August 25 Diamondbacks 9–5 Roy Halladay (3–4) Patrick Corbin (13–4) None 36,128 59–71
131 August 26 @ Mets 2–1 Cliff Lee (11–6) Zack Wheeler (6–3) Jonathan Papelbon (22) 25,784 60–71
132 August 27 @ Mets 0–5 Jon Niese (6–6) Kyle Kendrick (10–11) None 25,700 60–72
133 August 28 @ Mets 6–2 Cole Hamels (6–13) Daisuke Matsuzaka (0–2) None 24,447 61–72
134 August 29 @ Mets 3–11 Carlos Torres (3–2) Ethan Martin (2–3) None 22,008 61–73
135 August 30 @ Cubs 6–5 B. J. Rosenberg (1–0) Kevin Gregg (2–4) Jonathan Papelbon (23) 27,763 62–73
136 August 31 @ Cubs 3–4 Carlos Villanueva (3–8) Zach Miner (0–1) Kevin Gregg (28) 36,410 62–74
September (11–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 @ Cubs 1–7 Jake Arrieta (3–3) Kyle Kendrick (10–12) None 31,859 62–75
138 September 2 Nationals 3–2 B. J. Rosenberg (2–0) Tyler Clippard (6–3) Jonathan Papelbon (24) 30,248 63–75
139 September 3 Nationals 6–9 Gio González (9–6) Ethan Martin (2–4) Rafael Soriano (37) 28,826 63–76
140 September 4 Nationals 2–3 Jordan Zimmermann (16–8) Jake Diekman (1–4) Rafael Soriano (38) 31,495 63–77
141 September 6 Braves 2–1 Cliff Lee (12–6) Mike Minor (13–6) Jonathan Papelbon (25) 37,088 64–77
142 September 7 Braves 6–5 Jonathan Papelbon (5–1) Freddy García (3–6) None 36,330 65–77
143 September 8 Braves 3–2 Cole Hamels (7–13) David Carpenter (3–1) B. J. Rosenberg (1) 38,706 66–77
144 September 10 Padres 2–8 Andrew Cashner (9–8) Tyler Cloyd (2–4) None 29,242 66–78
145 September 11 Padres 4–2 Cliff Lee (13–6) Nick Vincent (4–3) Jonathan Papelbon (26) 30,351 67–78
146 September 12 Padres 10–5 Justin De Fratus (3–3) Tyson Ross (3–8) None 29,986 68–78
147 September 13 @ Nationals 1–6 Ross Ohlendorf (4–0) Kyle Kendrick (10–13) None 31,325 68–79
148 September 14 @ Nationals 5–4 Cole Hamels (8–13) Gio González (10–7) Jonathan Papelbon (27) 33,972 69–79
149 September 15 @ Nationals 2–11 Jordan Zimmermann (18–8) Tyler Cloyd (2–5) None 33,746 69–80
150 September 16 Marlins 12–2 Cliff Lee (14–6) Sam Dyson (0–1) None 31,266 70–80
151 September 17 Marlins 6–4 Roy Halladay (4–4) Brian Flynn (0–2) Jonathan Papelbon (28) 28,872 71–80
152 September 18 Marlins 3–4 (10) Brad Hand (1–1) César Jiménez (1–1) Steve Cishek (31) 28,908 71–81
153 September 20 Mets 4–6 Daisuke Matsuzaka (2–3) Cole Hamels (8–14) LaTroy Hawkins (11) 33,117 71–82
154 September 21 Mets 4–5 (7) Dillon Gee (12–10) Tyler Cloyd (2–6) None 36,650 71–83
155 September 22 Mets 3–4 Carlos Torres (4–5) Cliff Lee (14–7) LaTroy Hawkins (12) 44,398 71–84
156 September 23 @ Marlins 0–4 Nathan Eovaldi (4–6) Roy Halladay (4–5) None 18,627 71–85
157 September 24 @ Marlins 2–1 Michael Stutes (3–1) Henderson Álvarez (4–6) Jonathan Papelbon (29) 19,375 72–85
158 September 25 @ Marlins 2–3 Chad Qualls (5–2) Ethan Martin (2–5) Steve Cishek (33) 19,180 72–86
159 September 26 @ Braves 1–7 David Hale (1–0) Tyler Cloyd (2–7) None 27,858 72–87
160 September 27 @ Braves 0–1 Kris Medlen (15–12) Cliff Lee (14–8) Craig Kimbrel (50) 38,711 72–88
161 September 28 @ Braves 5–4 Luis García (1–1) Mike Minor (13–9) None 38,171 73–88
162 September 29 @ Braves 5–12 Julio Teherán (14–8) Zach Miner (0–2) None 42,194 73–89
^[a] The game was suspended at 0–0 during the middle of the ninth inning due to heavy rain, and continued at 5:30 p.m. on April 17, prior to the start of the game scheduled for that day.[16]

Roster

All players who made an appearance for the Phillies during 2013 are included.[17]

2013 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Lehigh Valley IronPigs International League Dave Brundage
AA Reading Fightin Phils Eastern League Dusty Wathan
A Clearwater Threshers Florida State League Chris Truby
A Lakewood BlueClaws South Atlantic League Mickey Morandini
A-Short Season Williamsport Crosscutters New York–Penn League Nelson Prada
Rookie GCL Phillies Gulf Coast League Roly de Armas

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  12. ^ Standings
  13. ^ Standings
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