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1963 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1963 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)R. R. M. Carpenter, Jr.
General manager(s)John J. Quinn
Manager(s)Gene Mauch
Local televisionWFIL
Local radioWFIL
(By Saam, Bill Campbell, Richie Ashburn)
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The 1963 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 81st in franchise history. The 87–75 Phillies finished the season in fourth place in the National League, 12 games behind the National League and World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers.

Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 99 63 0.611 50–31 49–32
St. Louis Cardinals 93 69 0.574 6 53–28 40–41
San Francisco Giants 88 74 0.543 11 50–31 38–43
Philadelphia Phillies 87 75 0.537 12 45–36 42–39
Cincinnati Reds 86 76 0.531 13 46–35 40–41
Milwaukee Braves 84 78 0.519 15 45–36 39–42
Chicago Cubs 82 80 0.506 17 43–38 39–42
Pittsburgh Pirates 74 88 0.457 25 42–39 32–49
Houston Colt .45s 66 96 0.407 33 44–37 22–59
New York Mets 51 111 0.315 48 34–47 17–64

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 9–9 9–9 7–11 12–6 11–7 9–9 8–10 10–8 7–11
Cincinnati 9–9 11–7 8–10 10–8 10–8 8–10 11–7 8–10 11–7
Houston 9–9 7–11 5–13 5–13 13–5 8–10 6–12 8–10 5–13
Los Angeles 11–7 10–8 13–5 8–10–1 16–2 7–11 13–5 9–9 12–6
Milwaukee 6–12 8–10 13–5 10–8–1 12–6 10–8 7–11 10–8 8–10
New York 7–11 8–10 5–13 2–16 6–12 8–10 4–14 6–12 5–13
Philadelphia 9–9 10–8 10–8 11–7 8–10 10–8 13–5 8–10 8–10
Pittsburgh 10–8 7–11 12–6 5–13 11–7 14–4 5–13 5–13 5–13
San Francisco 8–10 10–8 10–8 9–9 8–10 12–6 10–8 13–5 8–10
St. Louis 11–7 7–11 13–5 6–12 10–8 13–5 10–8 13–5 10–8


Notable transactions

Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1963 Game Log[7]
Overall Record: 87–75
April (8–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 9 Reds 2–1 Art Mahaffey (1–0) Joey Jay (0–1) None 28,291 1–0
2 April 10 Reds 10–7 Ray Culp (1–0) Bill Henry (0–1) Jack Baldschun (1) 6,065 2–0
3 April 13 @ Cardinals 0–7 Curt Simmons (1–0) Art Mahaffey (1–1) None 22,050 2–1
4 April 14 (1) @ Cardinals 4–3 (10) Jack Baldschun (1–0) Bobby Shantz (0–1) Jack Hamilton (1) see 2nd game 3–1
5 April 14 (2) @ Cardinals 5–4 Jack Baldschun (2–0) Ron Taylor (0–1) None 19,257 4–1
6 April 16 @ Braves 0–8 Warren Spahn (2–0) Cal McLish (0–1) None 4,098 4–2
7 April 17 @ Braves 5–6 Lew Burdette (2–0) Paul Brown (0–1) Claude Raymond (1) 10,569 4–3
8 April 18 @ Braves 5–6 Claude Raymond (2–0) Ray Culp (1–1) None 4,256 4–4
9 April 19 Cardinals 1–5 Curt Simmons (2–0) Chris Short (0–1) None 14,712 4–5
10 April 20 Cardinals 6–2 Marcelino López (1–0) Ray Sadecki (0–1) Jack Baldschun (2) 5,353 5–5
11 April 21 (1) Cardinals 4–3 (10) Dallas Green (1–0) Ed Bauta (0–1) None see 2nd game 6–5
12 April 21 (2) Cardinals 5–10 Harry Fanok (2–0) Art Mahaffey (1–2) None 23,187 6–6
13 April 22 Mets 8–6 Ray Culp (2–1) Tracy Stallard (0–2) Jack Baldschun (3) 3,716 7–6
14 April 24 Pirates 4–6 Bob Friend (3–0) Chris Short (0–2) Roy Face (3) 4,485 7–7
15 April 26 @ Cubs 5–2 Art Mahaffey (2–2) Glen Hobbie (1–2) None 4,093 8–7
16 April 27 @ Cubs 2–4 Larry Jackson (3–2) Ray Culp (2–2) None 10,204 8–8
17 April 28 @ Cubs 1–4 Bob Buhl (2–2) Chris Short (0–3) Don Elston (2) 11,135 8–9
18 April 29 Giants 3–4 Jack Fisher (1–2) Cal McLish (0–2) None 8,233 8–10
April 30 Giants Postponed (rain);[8] Makeup: July 10
May (14–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
May 1 Dodgers Postponed (rain);[9] Makeup: September 13 as a traditional double-header
19 May 2 Dodgers 2–3 Ron Perranoski (3–1) Art Mahaffey (2–3) None 11,288 8–11
20 May 3 Colt .45s 4–3 Jack Hamilton (1–0) Bob Bruce (1–2) Jack Baldschun (4) 5,843 9–11
21 May 4 Colt .45s 7–0 Ray Culp (3–2) Ken Johnson (1–4) None 3,361 10–11
22 May 5 (1) Colt .45s 6–5 Jack Hamilton (2–0) Hal Woodeshick (1–1) None see 2nd game 11–11
23 May 5 (2) Colt .45s 2–6 Turk Farrell (2–3) Johnny Klippstein (0–1) None 11,185 11–12
24 May 7 @ Mets 1–3 Al Jackson (3–2) Art Mahaffey (2–4) None 8,962 11–13
25 May 8 @ Mets 2–3 Jay Hook (1–4) Jack Baldschun (2–1) None 4,237 11–14
26 May 9 @ Mets 2–3 Ken MacKenzie (3–0) Jack Baldschun (2–2) None 3,435 11–15
27 May 10 Braves 1–4 (7) Denny Lemaster (1–1) Chris Short (0–4) None 11,904 11–16
28 May 11 Braves 8–5 Ryne Duren (1–0) Hank Fischer (0–2) None 3,192 12–16
29 May 12 (1) Braves 4–3 (11) Jack Baldschun (3–2) Tony Cloninger (0–2) None see 2nd game 13–16
30 May 12 (2) Braves 6–5 (12) Johnny Klippstein (1–1) Lew Burdette (3–4) None 9,836 14–16
31 May 14 @ Dodgers 5–1 Cal McLish (1–2) Don Drysdale (3–4) None 19,294 15–16
32 May 15 @ Dodgers 2–3 (12) Sandy Koufax (5–1) Johnny Klippstein (1–2) None 20,512 15–17
33 May 16 @ Colt .45s 5–2 Ray Culp (4–2) Dick Drott (1–1) Jack Baldschun (5) 7,027 16–17
34 May 17 @ Colt .45s 1–4 Don Nottebart (5–1) Jack Hamilton (2–1) None 8,223 16–18
35 May 18 @ Colt .45s 2–3 Ken Johnson (2–6) Jack Baldschun (3–3) None 5,409 16–19
36 May 19 (1) @ Giants 3–0 Cal McLish (2–2) Jack Fisher (3–4) None see 2nd game 17–19
37 May 19 (2) @ Giants 5–6 Bobby Bolin (2–0) Ryne Duren (1–1) None 37,632 17–20
38 May 21 @ Giants 2–3 Billy O'Dell (6–0) Ray Culp (4–3) None 7,556 17–21
39 May 22 @ Giants 2–10 Jack Sanford (7–3) Dallas Green (1–1) None 6,501 17–22
40 May 24 @ Reds 5–1 Cal McLish (3–2) Bob Purkey (1–1) None 9,367 18–22
41 May 25 @ Reds 2–5 Joe Nuxhall (4–2) Art Mahaffey (2–5) None 5,419 18–23
42 May 26 (1) @ Reds 10–4 Chris Short (1–4) Jim Maloney (6–2) Jack Baldschun (6) see 2nd game 19–23
43 May 26 (2) @ Reds 3–0 Ray Culp (5–3) Joey Jay (1–8) None 14,417 20–23
44 May 28 @ Pirates 5–1 Cal McLish (4–2) Bob Friend (5–4) None 8,497 21–23
45 May 30 (1) @ Pirates 1–7 Don Cardwell (2–6) Art Mahaffey (2–6) None see 2nd game 21–24
46 May 30 (2) @ Pirates 6–5 Ray Culp (6–3) Joe Gibbon (2–3) Johnny Klippstein (1) 19,039 22–24
47 May 31 Cubs 1–2 Bob Buhl (4–4) Chris Short' (1–5) Lindy McDaniel (9) 10,717 22–25
June (13–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
48 June 1 Cubs 0–2 Dick Ellsworth (7–3) John Boozer (0–1) None 3,902 22–26
49 June 2 (1) Cubs 5–2 Cal McLish (5–2) Jim Brewer (2–1) None see 2nd game 23–26
50 June 2 (2) Cubs 2–3[a] Barney Schultz (1–0) Art Mahaffey (2–7) Lindy McDaniel (10) 8,009 23–27
51 June 5 Cardinals 6–0 Ray Culp (7–3) Curt Simmons (6–2) None 35,621 24–27
52 June 6 Cardinals 4–5 Bob Gibson (4–3) Chris Short (1–6) Ray Sadecki (1) 8,280 24–28
June 7 Reds Postponed (rain);[10] Makeup: August 6 as a traditional double-header
53 June 8 Reds 0–1 Jim O'Toole (10–3) Art Mahaffey (2–8) None 4,519 24–29
54 June 9 (1) Reds 8–7 (10) Johnny Klippstein (2–2) Dom Zanni (0–1) None see 2nd game 25–29
55 June 9 (2) Reds 1–3 John Tsitouris (1–1) John Boozer (0–2) None 14,289 25–30
56 June 10 Braves 6–2 (6) Ray Culp (8–3) Bob Hendley (4–4) None 9,404 26–30
57 June 11 Braves 8–7 (10) Jack Baldschun (4–3) Bob Shaw (2–4) None 11,107 27–30
58 June 12 @ Cardinals 6–2 Art Mahaffey (3–8) Ron Taylor (3–2) John Boozer (1) 11,738 28–30
59 June 13 @ Cardinals 3–7 (6) Ernie Broglio (7–2) Chris Short (1–7) None 7,600 28–31
60 June 14 @ Braves 0–3 Warren Spahn (9–3) Ray Culp (8–4) None 10,937 28–32
61 June 15 @ Braves 3–5 Tony Cloninger (1–3) Johnny Klippstein (2–3) None 6,855 28–33
62 June 16 (1) @ Braves 3–5 Frank Funk (2–2) Cal McLish (5–3) Claude Raymond (4) see 2nd game 28–34
63 June 16 (2) @ Braves 7–4 (11) Jack Baldschun (5–3) Claude Raymond (4–4) Dallas Green (1) 16,326 29–34
64 June 17 @ Reds 4–2 Ryne Duren (2–1) John Tsitouris (2–2) Jack Baldschun (7) 6,093 30–34
65 June 18 @ Reds 1–2 Al Worthington (2–1) Ray Culp (8–5) None 6,646 30–35
66 June 19 @ Reds 5–6 (10) Dom Zanni (1–1) Chris Short (1–8) None 7,237 30–36
67 June 20 @ Reds 1–11 Jim O'Toole (13–3) Art Mahaffey (3–9) Jim Owens (2) 7,077 30–37
68 June 21 @ Mets 1–3 Al Jackson (6–7) Cal McLish (5–4) None 11,047 30–38
69 June 22 @ Mets 2–0 Ray Culp (9–5) Roger Craig (2–11) None 16,791 31–38
70 June 23 (1) @ Mets 0–5 Carl Willey (6–6) Dallas Green (1–2) None see 2nd game 31–39
71 June 23 (2) @ Mets 1–4 Tracy Stallard (3–4) Ryne Duren (2–2) Al Jackson (1) 19,901 31–40
72 June 25 @ Pirates 5–4 (10) Johnny Klippstein (3–3) Harvey Haddix (2–3) Dennis Bennett (1) 12,365 32–40
73 June 26 @ Pirates 6–2 Cal McLish (6–4) Bob Friend (9–6) None 9,153 33–40
74 June 27 @ Pirates 13–4 Ray Culp (10–5) Don Cardwell (3–9) Johnny Klippstein (2) 9,576 34–40
75 June 28 Cubs 3–4 (11) Dick Ellsworth (10–6) Jack Baldschun (5–4) None 9,653 34–41
June 29 Cubs Postponed (rain);[11] Makeup: August 14 as a traditional double-header
76 June 30 Cubs 3–2 Art Mahaffey (4–9) Larry Jackson (9–7) Johnny Klippstein (3) 6,006 35–41
July (21–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
77 July 1 (1) Pirates 1–2 Don Cardwell (4–9) Ray Culp (10–6) None see 2nd game 35–42
78 July 1 (2) Pirates 8–1 Cal McLish (7–4) Earl Francis (3–3) None 21,661 36–42
79 July 2 Pirates 2–3 Vern Law (2–3) Dallas Green (1–3) Al McBean (4) 6,844 36–43
80 July 4 (1) Pirates 1–0 (10) Art Mahaffey (5–9) Bob Friend (10–7) None see 2nd game 37–43
81 July 4 (2) Pirates 5–1 Ryne Duren (3–2) Joe Gibbon (3–6) None 16,198 38–43
82 July 5 @ Cubs 2–3 (11) Lindy McDaniel (5–2) Johnny Klippstein (3–4) None 17,395 38–44
83 July 6 @ Cubs 6–0 Cal McLish (8–4) Bob Buhl (7–6) None 16,348 39–44
84 July 7 @ Cubs 3–2 Jack Baldschun (6–4) Lindy McDaniel (5–3) Dallas Green (2) 18,277 40–44
July 9 1963 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland
85 July 10 Giants 10–2 Cal McLish (9–4) Billy O'Dell (10–5) Johnny Klippstein (4) 12,240 41–44
86 July 11 Giants 3–4 Juan Marichal (14–4) Ray Culp (10–7) Bobby Bolin (7) 26,303 41–45
87 July 12 Giants 7–5 Art Mahaffey (6–9) Jack Sanford (9–9) Jack Baldschun (8) 22,496 42–45
88 July 13 Giants 4–3 Ryne Duren (4–2) Billy Pierce (3–6) Jack Baldschun (9) 10,453 43–45
89 July 14 Dodgers 2–3 (6) Johnny Podres (8–6) Cal McLish (9–5) None 23,542 43–46
90 July 15 Dodgers 5–4 (11) Jack Baldschun (7–4) Ed Roebuck (2–4) None 19,488 44–46
91 July 16 (1) Dodgers 2–5 Sandy Koufax (16–3) Art Mahaffey (6–10) None see 2nd game 44–47
92 July 16 (2) Dodgers 10–2 Dallas Green (2–3) Nick Willhite (2–3) None 35,353 45–47
93 July 17 Colt .45s 10–9 (10) Dennis Bennett (1–0) Jim Dickson (0–1) None 5,796 46–47
94 July 18 Colt .45s 5–1 John Boozer (1–2) Ken Johnson (5–13) None 5,646 47–47
95 July 19 Mets 2–1 Jack Baldschun (8–4) Roger Craig (2–16) None 10,754 48–47
96 July 20 Mets 5–1 Dallas Green (3–3) Al Jackson (6–11) None 3,440 49–47
97 July 21 (1) Mets 8–0 Chris Short (2–8) Carl Willey (7–9) None see 2nd game 50–47
98 July 21 (2) Mets 7–2 Dennis Bennett (2–0) Tracy Stallard (3–8) Johnny Klippstein (5) 14,372 51–47
99 July 23 @ Colt .45s 5–6 (15) Turk Farrell (7–8) Johnny Klippstein (3–5) None 8,553 51–48
100 July 24 @ Colt .45s 6–3 Cal McLish (10–5) Ken Johnson (5–14) Jack Baldschun (10) 6,879 52–48
101 July 25 @ Colt .45s 0–3 Hal Brown (4–5) Ray Culp (10–8) None 5,357 52–49
102 July 26 @ Dodgers 6–5 Chris Short (3–8) Bob Miller (7–6) Jack Baldschun (11) 30,589 53–49
103 July 27 @ Dodgers 4–1 Dennis Bennett (3–0) Johnny Podres (10–7) Johnny Klippstein (6) 36,262 54–49
104 July 28 @ Dodgers 7–4 John Boozer (2–2) Don Drysdale (13–11) None 32,996 55–49
105 July 29 @ Dodgers 2–6 Sandy Koufax (17–4) Cal McLish (10–6) None 32,835 55–50
106 July 30 @ Giants 0–5 Billy O'Dell (11–6) Ray Culp (10–9) None 20,686 55–51
107 July 31 @ Giants 7–3 (14) Jack Baldschun (9–4) Bobby Bolin (6–4) Johnny Klippstein (7) 17,927 56–51
August (16–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 2 @ Cardinals 2–3 Ray Sadecki (7–7) Dennis Bennett (3–1) Bobby Shantz (9) 20,025 56–52
109 August 3 @ Cardinals 0–7 Ernie Broglio (12–7) Cal McLish (10–7) None 11,417 56–53
110 August 4 (1) @ Cardinals 7–3 Ray Culp (11–9) Lew Burdette (8–9) Jack Baldschun (12) see 2nd game 57–53
111 August 4 (2) @ Cardinals 5–2 Dallas Green (4–3) Bob Gibson (12–6) Jack Baldschun (13) 26,039 58–53
112 August 6 (1) Reds 4–6 (10) Bill Henry (1–2) Jack Baldschun (9–5) None see 2nd game 58–54
113 August 6 (2) Reds 7–1 Dennis Bennett (4–1) Joey Jay (4–16) None 32,761 59–54
114 August 7 Reds 2–1 Cal McLish (11–7) Jim Maloney (17–4) None 9,964 60–54
115 August 8 Reds 3–6 John Tsitouris (8–5) Chris Short (3–9) Bill Henry (9) 15,058 60–55
116 August 9 Giants 0–4 Juan Marichal (18–5) Ray Culp (11–10) None 27,145 60–56
117 August 10 Giants 6–7 Bobby Bolin (7–4) Dennis Bennett (4–2) Billy Hoeft (2) 11,012 60–57
118 August 11 Giants 1–5 Jack Sanford (11–12) Cal McLish (11–8) Don Larsen (4) 15,874 60–58
119 August 12 Giants 3–1 Chris Short (4–9) Jim Duffalo (4–1) None 20,671 61–58
120 August 14 (1) Cubs 7–2 Johnny Klippstein (4–5) Larry Jackson (13–11) None see 2nd game 62–58
121 August 14 (2) Cubs 9–3 Dennis Bennett (5–2) Paul Toth (3–8) None 22,553 63–58
122 August 15 Cubs 4–3 Cal McLish (12–8) Bob Buhl (9–11) Jack Baldschun (14) 13,403 64–58
123 August 16 @ Pirates 3–0 Chris Short (5–9) Joe Gibbon (5–8) None 12,031 65–58
124 August 17 @ Pirates 5–3 Ryne Duren (5–2) Bob Friend (14–11) None 7,881 66–58
125 August 18 @ Pirates 3–1 Johnny Klippstein (5–5) Don Schwall (6–8) None 10,696 67–58
126 August 19 Mets 1–0 Dennis Bennett (6–2) Galen Cisco (7–13) None 7,980 68–58
127 August 20 (1) Mets 0–4 Grover Powell (1–0) Cal McLish (12–9) None see 2nd game 68–59
128 August 20 (2) Mets 2–1 (12) Ryne Duren (6–2) Larry Bearnarth (2–5) None 24,923 69–59
August 21 Mets Postponed (rain);[12] Makeup: September 9
129 August 23 Pirates 4–2 Dennis Bennett (7–2) Don Schwall (6–9) Jack Baldschun (15) 18,126 70–59
130 August 24 Pirates 0–7 Don Cardwell (12–12) Chris Short (5–10) None 18,276 70–60
131 August 25 Pirates 4–2 (11) Jack Baldschun (10–5) Roy Face (3–7) None 10,183 71–60
132 August 27 @ Cubs 3–4 Lindy McDaniel (9–6) Jack Baldschun (10–6) None 11,785 71–61
133 August 28 @ Cubs 8–7 Dallas Green (5–3) Paul Toth (5–9) Ryne Duren (1) 6,113 72–61
134 August 29 @ Cubs 1–2 Dick Ellsworth (19–7) John Boozer (2–3) None 10,954 72–62
135 August 30 Cardinals 6–11 Ray Sadecki (8–8) Ray Culp (11–11) Ron Taylor (8) 26,988 72–63
136 August 31 Cardinals 5–7 (11) Bobby Shantz (5–3) Johnny Klippstein (5–6) None 11,382 72–64
September (15–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 Cardinals 3–7 Curt Simmons (12–7) Chris Short (5–11) None 17,575 72–65
138 September 2 @ Braves 9–4 Cal McLish (13–9) Tony Cloninger (9–9) None 13,654 73–65
139 September 3 @ Braves 2–0 Ray Culp (12–11) Denny Lemaster (11–9) None 4,949 74–65
140 September 4 @ Reds 3–2 Dennis Bennett (8–2) Jim O'Toole (17–12) None 4,906 75–65
141 September 6 Braves 0–5 Bob Shaw (6–10) Cal McLish (13–10) None 10,767 75–66
142 September 7 Braves 4–6 (10) Bobby Tiefenauer (1–1) Jack Baldschun (10–7) None 11,589 75–67
143 September 8 Braves 2–3 Warren Spahn (20–5) Dallas Green (5–4) None 8,807 75–68
144 September 9 Mets 3–6 Roger Craig (5–20) Dennis Bennett (8–3) None 3,232 75–69
145 September 10 Colt .45s 16–0 Chris Short (6–11) Don Nottebart (9–7) None 3,645 76–69
146 September 11 Colt .45s 2–4 Turk Farrell (12–13) Cal McLish (13–11) None 3,412 76–70
147 September 12 Colt .45s 4–1 Ray Culp (13–11) Hal Brown (5–11) None 2,849 77–70
148 September 13 (1) Dodgers 3–2 Chris Short (7–11) Larry Sherry (2–6) None see 2nd game 78–70
149 September 13 (2) Dodgers 1–2 Ron Perranoski (15–3) Dennis Bennett (8–4) None 26,024 78–71
150 September 14 Dodgers 1–5 Pete Richert (5–1) John Boozer (2–4) None 10,410 78–72
151 September 15 Dodgers 6–1 Dallas Green (6–4) Don Drysdale (17–17) None 16,796 79–72
152 September 17 @ Mets 8–6 Ray Culp (14–11) Tracy Stallard (6–16) Johnny Klippstein (8) 2,047 80–72
153 September 18 @ Mets 5–1 Chris Short (8–11) Craig Anderson (0–1) None 1,752 81–72
154 September 20 @ Colt .45s 2–3 Ken Johnson (10–17) Dennis Bennett (8–5) None 4,039 81–73
155 September 21 @ Colt .45s 4–3 Dallas Green (7–4) Hal Woodeshick (11–9) None 2,231 82–73
156 September 22 @ Colt .45s 1–2 Turk Farrell (14–13) Chris Short (8–12) None 3,493 82–74
157 September 24 @ Giants 5–4 Jack Baldschun (11–7) Don Larsen (7–7) None 8,360 83–74
158 September 25 @ Giants 6–4 Art Mahaffey (7–10) Billy Pierce (3–11) Jack Baldschun (16) 4,360 84–74
159 September 26 @ Giants 0–10 Billy O'Dell (14–10) Dallas Green (7–5) None 3,691 84–75
160 September 27 @ Dodgers 5–3 John Boozer (3–4) Pete Richert (5–2) Ryne Duren (2) 34,689 85–75
161 September 28 @ Dodgers 12–3 Dennis Bennett (9–5) Johnny Podres (14–12) None 37,212 86–75
162 September 29 @ Dodgers 3–1 Chris Short (9–12) Pete Richert (5–3) None 19,237 87–75
^[a] The June 2, 1963 (game 2), game was protested by the Phillies in the bottom of the third inning.[13] The protest was later denied.[14]

Roster

1963 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

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 142 452 114 .252 10 40
1B Roy Sievers 138 450 108 .240 19 82
2B Tony Taylor 157 640 180 .281 5 49
SS Bobby Wine 142 418 90 .215 6 44
3B Don Hoak 115 377 87 .231 6 24
LF Wes Covington 119 353 107 .303 17 64
CF Tony González 155 555 170 .306 4 66
RF Johnny Callison 157 626 178 .284 26 78

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
Don Demeter 154 515 133 .258 22 83
Rubén Amaro 115 217 47 .217 2 19
Frank Torre 92 112 28 .250 1 10
Bob Oldis 47 85 19 .224 0 8
Cookie Rojas 64 77 17 .221 1 2
Earl Averill 47 71 19 .268 3 8
Jim Lemon 31 59 16 .271 2 6
Dick Allen 10 24 7 .292 0 2
Wayne Graham 10 22 4 .182 0 0
Cal Emery 16 19 3 .158 0 0
Billy Klaus 11 18 1 .056 0 0
John Herrnstein 15 12 2 .167 1 1
Mickey Harrington 1 0 0 ---- 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
Cal McLish 32 209.2 13 11 3.26 98
Ray Culp 34 203.1 14 11 2.97 176
Chris Short 38 198.0 9 12 2.95 160
Art Mahaffey 26 149.0 7 10 3.99 97
Dennis Bennett 23 119.1 9 5 2.64 82

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
Dallas Green 40 120.0 7 5 3.23 68
Ryne Duren 33 87.1 6 2 3.30 84
John Boozer 26 83.0 3 4 2.93 69
Paul Brown 6 15.1 0 1 4.11 11
Marcelino López 4 6.0 1 0 6.00 2

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
Jack Baldschun 65 11 7 16 2.30 89
Johnny Klippstein 49 5 6 8 1.93 86
Jack Hamilton 19 2 1 1 5.40 23
Bobby Locke 9 0 0 0 5.91 7

Awards and honors

All-Star Game

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Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Arkansas Travelers International League Frank Lucchesi
AA Chattanooga Lookouts Sally League Jack Phillips
A Bakersfield Bears California League Bob Wellman
A Miami Marlins Florida State League Andy Seminick
A Magic Valley Cowboys Pioneer League Moose Johnson
A Spartanburg Phillies Western Carolinas League Lou Kahn

[16]

Notes

  1. ^ Jimmie Coker at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Bob Lipski at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Earl Averill, Jr. at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Great Baseball Feats, Facts and Figures, 2008 Edition, p. 143, David Nemec and Scott Flatow, A Signet Book, Penguin Group, New York, ISBN 978-0-451-22363-0
  5. ^ Darrell Sutherland at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ Dwight Siebler at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ "1963 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  8. ^ "The Nutshell". Milwaukee Sentinel. May 1, 1963. p. 3, part 2. Retrieved November 18, 2015.
  9. ^ "Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. May 2, 1963. p. 31. Retrieved November 18, 2015.
  10. ^ "Baseball in a Nutshell". Milwaukee Sentinel. June 8, 1963. p. 3, part 2. Retrieved November 21, 2015.
  11. ^ "Baseball Standings". Milwaukee Journal. June 30, 2015. p. 1 (Sports). Retrieved November 21, 2015.
  12. ^ "Baseball: National League". The Gazette. Montreal. August 22, 1963. p. 24. Retrieved November 26, 2015.
  13. ^ "Chicago Cubs 3, Philadelphia Phillies 2 (2)". retrosheet.org. June 2, 1963. Retrieved November 21, 2015. On a bunt ... Johnny Callison called [out] for interference when the ball hit the bat twice; Phillies manager Gene Mauch protested the game[.]
  14. ^ "Jun 2, 1963, Cubs at Phillies Play by Play and Box Score". baseball-reference.com. sports-reference.com. June 2, 1963. Retrieved November 21, 2015.
  15. ^ "1963 All-Star Game".
  16. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007

References

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