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                            ***** Philadelphia Phillies *****
     
      Team Founded: 1883
      Team History:
                   1880-1882     - Worcester Brown Stockings
                   1883-Present  - Philadelphia Phillies
     
      Stadium Address:
                     Citizens Bank Park
                     One Citizens Bank Way
                     Philadelphia, PA 19148-5249
     
      Opened:  April 12, 2004
      First Official Game:  April 12, 2004, 4-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds
      Stadium Capacity: 43,500
      Surface:  Natural Grass
     
      General Partner: David Montgomery
      General Manager: Ruben Amaro Jr.
      Manager: Ryne Sandberg
     
      Managerial History:
     
      Term                Coach                 Reg.Season      Playoff
      1883                Bob Ferguson            4- 13- 1
                          (Replaced after 17 Games during 1883 Season)
                          Bill Purcell           13- 68- 1
                          (Interim Manager for 82 Games during 1883 Season)
      1884-90             Harry Wright          387-351-17
                          (Replaced after 68 Games during 1890 Season)
                          Jack Clements          13- 60- 0
                          (Interim Manager for 73 Games during 1890 Season)
                          Al Reach                4-  7- 0
                          (Interim Manager for 11 Games during 1890 Season)
                          Bob Allen              25- 10- 0
      1890-93             Harry Wright          249-215- 8
      1894-95             Arthur Irwin          149-110- 4
      1896                Billy Nash             62- 68- 0
      1897-98             George Stallings       74-104- 2
                          (Replaced after 47 Games during 1898 Season)
                          Bill Shettsline        59- 44- 1
      1899-02             Bill Shettsline       308-259- 6
      1903                Chief Zimmer           49- 86- 4
      1904-06             Hugh Duffy            206-251- 7
      1907-09             Bill Murray           240-214- 4
      1910-14             Charlie "Red" Dooin   392-370-13
      1915-18             Pat Moran             323-257- 6       1- 4
      1919                Jack Coombs            18- 44- 0
                          (Replaced after 62 Games during 1919 Season)
                          Gavvy Cravath          29- 46- 1
      1920                Gavvy Cravath          62- 91- 0
      1921-               Bill Donovan           31- 71- 0
                          (Replaced after 102 Games during 1921 Season)
                          Kaiser Wilhelm         20- 32- 0
      1922                Kaiser Wilhelm         57- 96- 1
      1923-26             Art Fletcher          231-378- 3
      1927                Stuffy McInnis         51-103- 1
      1928-33             Burt Shotton          370-549- 4
      1934-38             Jimmy Wilson          280-477- 6
                          (Replaced after 149 Games during 1938 Season)
                          Hans Lobert             0-  2- 0
                          (Interim Manager for final two games of 1938 Season)
      1939-41             Doc Prothro           138-320- 2
      1942                Hans Lobert            42-109- 0
      1943                Bucky Harns            40- 53- 2
                          (Replaced after 95 Games during 1943 Season)
                          Fred Fitzsimmons       24- 37- 1
      1944-45             Fred Fitzsimmons       78-142- 1
                          (Replaced after 77 Games during 1945 Season)
                          Ben Chapman            19- 58
      1946-48             Ben Chapman           178-219- 2
                          (Replaced after 89 Games during 1948 Season)
                          Dusty Cooke             6-  6- 1
                          (Interim manager for 13 Games during 1948 Season)
                          Eddie Sawyer           13- 40
      1949-52             Eddie Sawyer          283-252- 3       0- 4
                          (Replaced after 73 Games during 1952 Season)
                          Steve O'Neill          49- 32
      1953-54             Steve O'Neill         133-108- 2
                          (Replaced after 77 Games during 1954 Season)
                          Terry Moore            35- 42
                          (Interim Manager for 77 Games during 1954 Season)
      1955-58             Mayo Smith            264-181- 2
                          (Replaced after 80 Games during 1958 Season)
                          Eddie Sawyer           33- 41
      1959-60             Eddie Sawyer           61- 91- 1
                          (Replaced before the Season started)
                          Andy Cohen              1-  0
                          (Interim Manager for 1 Game during 1960 Season)
                          Gene Mauch             58- 95
      1961-68             Gene Mauch            587-589- 2
                          (Replaced after 54 Games during 1968 Season)
                          George Myatt            2-  0
                          Bob Skinner            48- 54
      1969                Bob Skinner            44- 69
                          (Replaced after 113 Games during 1969 Season)
                          George Myatt           19- 35
                          (Interim Manager for 54 Games during 1969 Season)
      1970-72             Frank Lucchesi        166-233
                          (Replaced after 82 Games during 1972 Season)
                          Paul Owens             33- 47
      1973-79             Danny Ozark           594-510- 1       2- 9
                          (Replaced after 132 Games during 1979 Season)
                          Dallas Green           19- 11
      1980-81             Dallas Green          150-119          7- 4
      1982-83             Pat Corrales          132-115- 1       2- 3
                          (Replaced after 86 Games during 1983 Season)
                          Paul Owens             47- 30          4- 5
      1984                Paul Owens             81- 81
      1985-87             John Felske           190-194
                          (Replaced after 61 Games during 1987 Season)
                          Lee Elia               51- 50
      1988                Lee Elia               60- 92- 1
                          (Replaced after 153 Games during 1988 Season)
                          John Vukovich           5-  4
      1989-91             Nick Leyva            148-189- 1
                          (Replaced after 14 Games during 1991 Season)
                          Jim Fregosi            74- 75
      1992-1996           Jim Fregosi           290-293          6- 6
      1997-2000           Terry Francona        285-363
      2000-2004           Larry Bowa            337-308
                          (replaced after 160 Games during 2004 Season)
                          Gary Varsho             1-1
                          (interim manager for 2 Games during 2004 Season)
      2004-2013           Charlie Manuel        780-636         27-19
                          (replaced after 120 Games during 2013 Season)
      2013-present        Ryne Sandberg          93-111
     
      Retired Numbers: (5)
     
       1 - Richie Ashburn
      20 - Mike Schmidt
      32 - Steve Carlton
      36 - Robin Roberts
      42 - Jackie Robinson
     
      Phillies in the Hall of Fame: (35)
     
      1937 - Nap Lajoie
      1938 - Grover Cleveland Alexander
      1945 - Dan Brouthers, Ed Delahanty, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings
      1946 - Johnny Evers, Tommy McCarthy
      1949 - Kid Nichols
      1951 - Jimmie Foxx
      1953 - Chief Bender, Harry Wright
      1961 - Billy Hamilton
      1963 - John Clarkson, Elmer Flick, Eppa Rixey
      1964 - Tim Keefe
      1966 - Casey Stengel
      1967 - Lloyd Waner
      1971 - Dave Bancroft
      1974 - Sam Thompson
      1975 - Bucky Harris
      1976 - Roger Connor
      1976 - Robin Roberts
      1979 - Hack Wilson
      1980 - Chuck Klein
      1990 - Joe Morgan
      1991 - Ferguson Jenkins
      1994 - Steve Carlton
      1995 - Richie Ashburn, Mike Schmidt
      1996 - Jim Bunning
      1997 - Nellie Fox
      2000 - Tony Perez
      2011 - Pat Gillick
     
      World Series Titles: (2) 1980, 2008
      National League Pennants: (7) 1915, '50, '80, '83, '93, 2008, '09
      Division Titles: (11) 1976, '77, '78, '80, '83, '93, '2007, '08, '09,
                       '10,'11
     
      Wild Card: None
     
      NL Most Valuable Players               NL Cy Young Awards
      ------------------------               ------------------
      1932 - Chuck Klein                     1972 - Steve Carlton
      1950 - Jim Konstanty                   1977 - Steve Carlton
      1980 - Mike Schmidt                    1980 - Steve Carlton
      1981 - Mike Schmidt                    1982 - Steve Carlton
      1986 - Mike Schmidt                    1983 - John Denny
      2006 - Ryan Howard                     1987 - Steve Bedrosian
      2007 - Jimmy Rollins                   2010 - Roy Halladay
     
      Rookies of the Year                    Manager of the Year
      -------------------                    -------------------
      1957 - Jack Sanford                    2001 - Larry Bowa
      1964 - Richie Allen
      1997 - Scott Rolen
      2005 - Ryan Howard
     
      Yearly Records:
                            Reg. Season                      Playoffs
      Year Location       W    L   Pct.  GB    Pos.   Div.   W   L  Pct.
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------
      1883 Philadelphia  17   81   .173  46    (8)
      1884 Philadelphia  39   73   .348  45    (5)
      1885 Philadelphia  56   54   .509  30    (3)
      1886 Philadelphia  71   43   .623  14    (4)
      1887 Philadelphia  75   48   .610   3.5  (2)
      1888 Philadelphia  69   61   .531  14.5  (3)
      1889 Philadelphia  63   64   .496  20.5  (4)
      1890 Philadelphia  78   54   .590   9.5  (3)
      1891 Philadelphia  68   69   .496  18.5  (4)
      1892 Philadelphia  87   66   .568  16.5  (4)
      1893 Philadelphia  72   57   .556  14    (4)
      1894 Philadelphia  71   57   .555  18    (4)
      1895 Philadelphia  78   53   .595   9.5  (3)
      1896 Philadelphia  62   68   .477  28.5  (8)
      1897 Philadelphia  55   77   .417  38   (10)
      1898 Philadelphia  78   71   .523  24    (6)
      1899 Philadelphia  94   58   .618   9    (3)
      1900 Philadelphia  75   63   .543   8    (2)
      1901 Philadelphia  83   57   .593   7.5  (2)
      1902 Philadelphia  56   81   .409  46    (7)
      1903 Philadelphia  49   86   .363  39.5  (7)
      1904 Philadelphia  52  100   .342  53.5  (8)
      1905 Philadelphia  83   69   .546  21.5  (4)
      1906 Philadelphia  71   82   .464  45.5  (4)
      1907 Philadelphia  83   64   .565  21.5  (3)
      1908 Philadelphia  83   71   .539  16    (4)
      1909 Philadelphia  74   79   .484  36.5  (5)
      1910 Philadelphia  78   75   .510  25.5  (4)
      1911 Philadelphia  79   73   .520  19.5  (4)
      1912 Philadelphia  73   79   .480  30.5  (5)
      1913 Philadelphia  88   63   .579  12.5  (2)
      1914 Philadelphia  74   80   .481  20.5  (6)
      1915 Philadelphia  90   62   .592  --    (1)           1   4  .250 NL Pen
      1916 Philadelphia  91   62   .594   2.5  (2)
      1917 Philadelphia  87   65   .571  10    (2)
      1918 Philadelphia  55   68   .448  26    (6)
      1919 Philadelphia  47   90   .343  47.5  (8)
      1920 Philadelphia  62   91   .405  30.5  (8)
      1921 Philadelphia  51  103   .331  43.5  (8)
      1922 Philadelphia  57   96   .373  35.5  (7)
      1923 Philadelphia  50  104   .325  45.5  (8)
      1924 Philadelphia  55   96   .364  37    (7)
      1925 Philadelphia  68   85   .444  27    (6t)
      1926 Philadelphia  58   93   .384  29.5  (8)
      1927 Philadelphia  51  103   .331  43    (8)
      1928 Philadelphia  43  109   .283  51    (8)
      1929 Philadelphia  71   82   .464  27.5  (5)
      1930 Philadelphia  52  102   .338  40    (8)
      1931 Philadelphia  66   88   .429  35    (6)
      1932 Philadelphia  78   76   .506  12    (4)
      1933 Philadelphia  60   92   .395  31    (7)
      1934 Philadelphia  56   93   .376  37    (7)
      1935 Philadelphia  64   89   .418  35.5  (7)
      1936 Philadelphia  54  100   .351  38    (8)
      1937 Philadelphia  61   92   .399  34.5  (7)
      1938 Philadelphia  45  105   .300  43    (8)
      1939 Philadelphia  45  106   .298  50.5  (8)
      1940 Philadelphia  50  103   .327  50    (8)
      1941 Philadelphia  43  111   .279  57    (8)
      1942 Philadelphia  42  109   .278  62.5  (8)
      1943 Philadelphia  64   90   .416  41    (7)
      1944 Philadelphia  61   92   .399  43.5  (8)
      1945 Philadelphia  46  108   .299  52    (8)
      1946 Philadelphia  69   85   .448  28    (5)
      1947 Philadelphia  62   92   .403  32    (7t)
      1948 Philadelphia  66   88   .429  25.5  (6)
      1949 Philadelphia  81   73   .526  16    (3)
      1950 Philadelphia  91   63   .591  --    (1)           0   4  .000 NL Pen.
      1951 Philadelphia  73   81   .474  23.5  (5)
      1952 Philadelphia  87   67   .565   9.5  (4)
      1953 Philadelphia  83   71   .539  22    (3t)
      1954 Philadelphia  75   79   .487  22    (4)
      1955 Philadelphia  77   77   .500  21.5  (4)
      1956 Philadelphia  71   83   .461  22    (5)
      1957 Philadelphia  77   77   .500  19    (5)
      1958 Philadelphia  69   85   .448  23    (8)
      1959 Philadelphia  64   90   .416  23    (8)
      1960 Philadelphia  59   95   .383  36    (8)
      1961 Philadelphia  47  107   .305  46    (8)
      1962 Philadelphia  81   80   .503  20    (7)
      1963 Philadelphia  87   75   .537  412   (4)
      1964 Philadelphia  92   70   .568   1    (2t)
      1965 Philadelphia  85   76   .528  11.5  (6)
      1966 Philadelphia  87   75   .537   8    (4)
      1967 Philadelphia  82   80   .506  19.5  (5)
      1968 Philadelphia  76   86   .469  21    (7t)
      1969 Philadelphia  63   99   .389  37    (5)    East
      1970 Philadelphia  73   88   .453  15.5  (5)    East
      1971 Philadelphia  67   95   .414  30    (6)    East
      1972 Philadelphia  59   97   .378  37.5  (6)    East
      1973 Philadelphia  71   91   .438  11.5  (6)    East
      1974 Philadelphia  80   82   .494   8    (3)    East
      1975 Philadelphia  86   76   .531   6.5  (2)    East
      1976 Philadelphia 101   61   .623  --    (1)    East    0   3  .000 Div
      1977 Philadelphia 101   61   .623  --    (1)    East    1   3  .250 Div
      1978 Philadelphia  90   72   .556  --    (1)    East    1   3  .250 Div
      1979 Philadelphia  84   78   .519  14    (4)    East
      1980 Philadelphia  91   71   .562  --    (1)    East    7   4  .636 WS Ch
      1981 Philadelphia* 34   21   .618  --    (1)    East    2   3  .400
                         25   27   .481        (3)
      1982 Philadelphia  89   73   .549   3    (2)    East
      1983 Philadelphia  90   72   .556  --    (1)    East    4   5  .444 NL Pen
      1984 Philadelphia  81   81   .500  15.5  (4)    East
      1985 Philadelphia  75   87   .463  26    (5)    East
      1986 Philadelphia  86   75   .534  21.5  (2)    East
      1987 Philadelphia  80   82   .494  15    (4t)   East
      1988 Philadelphia  65   96   .404  35.5  (6)    East
      1989 Philadelphia  67   95   .414  26    (6)    East
      1990 Philadelphia  77   85   .475  18    (4t)   East
      1991 Philadelphia  78   84   .481  20    (3)    East
      1992 Philadelphia  70   92   .432  26    (6)    East
      1993 Philadelphia  97   65   .599  --    (1)    East    6   6 .500 NL Pen
      1994 Philadelphia* 54   61   .470  20.5  (4)    East
      1995 Philadelphia* 69   75   .479  21    (3)    East
      1996 Philadelphia  67   95   .414  29    (5)    East
      1997 Philadelphia  68   94   .420  33    (5)    East
      1998 Philadelphia  75   87   .463  31    (3)    East
      1999 Philadelphia  77   85   .475  26    (3)    East
      2000 Philadelphia  65   97   .401  30    (5)    East
      2001 Philadelphia  86   76   .531   2    (2)    East
      2002 Philadelphia  80   81   .497  21.5  (3)    East
      2003 Philadelphia  86   76   .531  15    (3)    East
      2004 Philadelphia  86   76   .531  10    (2)    East
      2005 Philadelphia  88   74   .542   2    (2)    East
      2006 Philadelphia  85   77   .525  12    (2)    East
      2007 Philadelphia  89   73   .549  --    (1)    East    0   3 .000 NLDS
      2008 Philadelphia  92   70   .568  --    (1)    East   11   3 .786 WS Ch.
      2009 Philadelphia  93   69   .574  --    (1)    East    9   6 .600 NL Pen
      2010 Philadelphia  97   65   .599  --    (1)    East    5   4 .555 NLCS
      2011 Philadelphia 102   60   .630  --    (1)    East    2   3 .400 NLDS
      2012 Philadelphia  81   81   .500  17    (3)    East
      2013 Philadelphia  73   89   .451  23    (4)    East
      2014 Philadelphia  73   89   .451  23    (5)    East
     
      * Strike Shortened Season
     
      Overall Regular Season Record:  9464 - 10552  (.473)
      Overall Record since 1900:      8264 -  9404  (.468)
      Overall Post Season Record:       49 -    54  (.476)
     
     
     
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