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1970 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1970 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)R. R. M. Carpenter, Jr.
General manager(s)John J. Quinn
Manager(s)Frank Lucchesi
Local televisionWFIL
Local radioWCAU
(By Saam, Bill Campbell, Richie Ashburn)
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The 1970 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 88th season for the franchise in Philadelphia. The Phillies finished in fifth place in the National League East with a record of 73–88, 1512 games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Phillies were playing their final season of home games at Connie Mack Stadium, before moving into their new facility, Veterans Stadium, at the start of the following season.

Offseason

Regular season

Against the San Francisco Giants on May 2, 1970, Phillies starting catcher Tim McCarver broke his finger on a foul tip by Willie Mays. McCarver was replaced by Mike Ryan. Two batters later, Ryan broke his finger on a slide at home plate by Willie McCovey. Ryan finished the inning but left the game.[5] In June 1970, the series of injuries left the Phillies short a catcher and they activated Doc Edwards, who at the time was their bullpen coach. Edwards responded with two hits in his first game back and then caught a Jim BunningDick Selma two-hitter.[6]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Pittsburgh Pirates 89 73 0.549 50–32 39–41
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5 46–34 38–44
New York Mets 83 79 0.512 6 44–38 39–41
St. Louis Cardinals 76 86 0.469 13 34–47 42–39
Philadelphia Phillies 73 88 0.453 15½ 40–40 33–48
Montreal Expos 73 89 0.451 16 39–41 34–48

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12]
Team ATL CHC CIN HOU LAD MON NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL
Atlanta 8–4 5–13 9–9 6–12 6–6 6–6 7–5 6–6 9–9 7–11 7–5
Chicago 4–8 7–5 7–5 6–6 13–5 7–11 9–9 8–10 9–3 7–5 7–11
Cincinnati 13–5 5–7 15–3 13–5 7–5 8–4 7–5 8–4 8–10 9–9 9–3
Houston 9–9 5–7 3–15 8–10 8–4 6–6 4–8 6–6 14–4 10–8 6–6
Los Angeles 12–6 6–6 5–13 10–8 8–4 7–5 6–5 6–6 11–7 9–9 7–5
Montreal 6–6 5–13 5–7 4–8 4–8 10–8 11–7 9–9 6–6 6–6 7–11
New York 6–6 11–7 4–8 6–6 5–7 8–10 13–5 6–12 6–6 6–6 12–6
Philadelphia 5-7 9–9 5–7 8–4 5–6 7–11 5–13 4–14 9–3 8–4 8–10
Pittsburgh 6–6 10–8 4–8 6–6 6–6 9–9 12–6 14–4 6–6 4–8 12–6
San Diego 9–9 3–9 10–8 4–14 7–11 6–6 6–6 3–9 6–6 5–13 4–8
San Francisco 11–7 5–7 9–9 8–10 9–9 6–6 6–6 4–8 8–4 13–5 7–5
St. Louis 5–7 11–7 3–9 6–6 5–7 11–7 6–12 10–8 6–12 8–4 5–7


Notable transactions

Game log

1970 Game Log (Overall Record: 73–88)
April (10–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 7 Cubs 2–0 Chris Short (1–0) Ferguson Jenkins (0–1) None 15,918 1–0
2 April 9 Cubs 5–3 Bill Wilson (1–0) Ken Holtzman (0–1) Joe Hoerner (1) 5,075 2–0
3 April 10 Pirates 2–0 Woodie Fryman (1–0) Bob Veale (0–1) None 3,663 3–0
4 April 11 Pirates 0–4 Luke Walker (1–0) Grant Jackson (0–1) Chuck Hartenstein (1) 7,673 3–1
5 April 12 Pirates 1–3 (10) Steve Blass (1–0) Jim Bunning (0–1) None 22,395 3–2
6 April 14 @ Cubs 4–5 Ken Holtzman (1–1) Chris Short (1–1) None 36,316 3–3
7 April 15 @ Cubs 1–5 Bill Hands (1–0) Rick Wise (0–1) None 7,120 3–4
8 April 16 @ Cubs 5–6 (10) Hank Aguirre (2–0) Joe Hoerner (0–1) None 5,341 3–5
9 April 17 @ Mets 0–6 Tom Seaver (2–0) Grant Jackson (0–2) None 5,951 3–6
10 April 18 @ Mets 0–7 Nolan Ryan (1–0) Jim Bunning (0–2) None 23,500 3–7
11 April 19 (1) @ Mets 3–2 (10) Rick Wise (1–1) Jerry Koosman (0–2) None see 2nd game 4–7
12 April 19 (2) @ Mets 2–10 Jim McAndrew (1–1) Chris Short (1–2) Ron Taylor (3) 49,898 4–8
April 21 Giants Postponed (cold weather);[9][10] Makeup: August 1 as a traditional double-header
13 April 22 Giants 6–1 Woodie Fryman (2–0) Rich Robertson (0–1) Dick Selma (1) 6,045 5–8
14 April 24 @ Padres 5–4 Grant Jackson (1–2) Pat Dobson (1–2) Dick Selma (2) 7,398 6–8
15 April 25 @ Padres 1–0 Jim Bunning (1–2) Al Santorini (1–3) Dick Selma (3) 9,144 7–8
16 April 26 @ Padres 3–2 Chris Short (2–2) Dave Roberts (1–2) Dick Selma (4) 14,480 8–8
17 April 27 @ Dodgers 4–3 Rick Wise (2–1) Don Sutton (3–2) Joe Hoerner (2) 9,447 9–8
18 April 28 @ Dodgers 3–2 (10) Dick Selma (1–0) Alan Foster (2–2) Joe Hoerner (3) 22,772 10–8
19 April 29 @ Dodgers 1–6 Claude Osteen (2–3) Grant Jackson (1–3) None 10,777 10–9
May (10–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
20 May 1 @ Giants 1–3 Rich Robertson (1–2) Jim Bunning (1–3) None 5,328 10–10
21 May 2 @ Giants 1–7 Gaylord Perry (3–3) Chris Short (2–3) None 7,422 10–11
22 May 3 (1) @ Giants 8–6 (13) Joe Hoerner (1–1) Ron Bryant (2–4) None see 2nd game 11–11
23 May 3 (2) @ Giants 13–6 Lowell Palmer (1–0) Frank Reberger (0–2) None 17,153 12–11
24 May 5 Padres 8–11 Dave Roberts (3–2) Dick Selma (1–1) None 4,382 12–12
25 May 6 Padres 4–3 Dick Selma (2–1) Clay Kirby (1–3) Joe Hoerner (4) 2,263 13–12
26 May 7 Padres 2–8 Pat Dobson (3–3) Chris Short (2–4) Ron Herbel (5) 2,045 13–13
27 May 8 Dodgers 4–8 (12) José Peña (1–0) Joe Hoerner (1–2) None 5,170 13–14
28 May 9 Dodgers 4–9 (14) Fred Norman (1–0) Dick Selma (2–2) José Peña (2) 12,780 13–15
29 May 10 Dodgers 0–7 Don Sutton (4–4) Grant Jackson (1–4) None 8,840 13–16
30 May 11 @ Cardinals 0–3 Steve Carlton (2–4) Jim Bunning (1–4) None 11,310 13–17
31 May 12 @ Cardinals 5–9 Chuck Taylor (1–2) Lowell Palmer (1–1) None 10,454 13–18
32 May 13 Expos 6–7 Claude Raymond (2–1) Rick Wise (2–2) None 2,470 13–19
May 14 Expos Postponed (rain);[11] Makeup: June 22 as a traditional double-header
33 May 15 Mets 0–4 Tom Seaver (7–1) Woodie Fryman (2–1) None 6,373 13–20
34 May 16 Mets 0–6 Jerry Koosman (2–2) Grant Jackson (1–5) None 4,826 13–21
May 17 Mets Postponed (rain);[12] Makeup: July 2 as a traditional double-header
35 May 18 @ Pirates 1–2 Bob Moose (3–3) Jim Bunning (1–5) None 5,796 13–22
36 May 19 @ Pirates 2–0 Chris Short (3–4) Dock Ellis (2–4) None 6,251 14–22
37 May 20 @ Pirates 2–3 (14) Bruce Dal Canton (2–0) Dick Selma (2–3) None 5,977 14–23
38 May 21 Cardinals 4–3 Joe Hoerner (2–2) Frank Linzy (2–2) None 11,769 15–23
39 May 22 Cardinals 3–6 Frank Linzy (3–2) Mike Jackson (0–1) None 12,003 15–24
40 May 23 Cardinals 1–3 Bob Gibson (3–3) Jim Bunning (1–6) None 12,333 15–25
41 May 24 Cardinals 6–5 (10) Mike Jackson (1–1) Chuck Taylor (1–3) None 11,939 16–25
42 May 26 @ Expos 3–2 Rick Wise (3–2) Bill Stoneman (2–7) Dick Selma (5) 14,010 17–25
43 May 27 @ Expos 3–0 Woodie Fryman (3–1) Dan McGinn (3–4) None 6,913 18–25
44 May 28 @ Expos 5–3 (11) Joe Hoerner (3–2) Bill Dillman (1–1) Dick Selma (6) 14,329 19–25
45 May 29 @ Braves 2–5 Pat Jarvis (5–3) Chris Short (3–5) None 5,565 19–26
46 May 30 @ Braves 7–5 Jim Bunning (2–6) Gary Neibauer (0–3) Joe Hoerner (5) 11,064 20–26
47 May 31 @ Braves 1–9 Jim Nash (7–1) Rick Wise (3–3) None 18,482 20–27
June (12–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
48 June 2 @ Reds 2–7 (8) Wayne Simpson (7–1) Woodie Fryman (3–2) None 10,542 20–28
49 June 3 @ Reds 11–4 Jim Bunning (3–6) Pedro Borbón (0–2) Dick Selma (7) 5,887 21–28
50 June 5 @ Astros 7–8 (11) Jim Ray (3–2) Dick Selma (2–4) None 12,292 21–29
51 June 6 @ Astros 7–3 Rick Wise (4–3) Don Wilson (1–2) Joe Hoerner (6) 18,644 22–29
52 June 7 @ Astros 10–3 Woodie Fryman (4–2) Larry Dierker (8–6) None 16,353 23–29
53 June 9 Braves 2–1 Jim Bunning (4–6) Pat Jarvis (6–4) Dick Selma (8) 15,810 24–29
54 June 10 Braves 1–5 George Stone (6–1) Chris Short (3–6) None 9,213 24–30
55 June 11 Braves 4–6 Jim Nash (8–2) Rick Wise (4–4) Bob Priddy (4) 7,862 24–31
56 June 12 Reds 1–3 Wayne Simpson (9–1) Woodie Fryman (4–3) None 10,553 24–32
57 June 13 Reds 6–3 Jim Bunning (5–6) Gary Nolan (7–3) None 18,568 25–32
58 June 14 Reds 1–10 Jim McGlothlin (9–3) Chris Short (3–7) None 16,658 25–33
June 15 Astros Postponed (rain);[13] Makeup: August 21 as a traditional double-header
59 June 16 Astros 2–1 (13) Joe Hoerner (4–2) Jim Bouton (2–4) None 3,708 26–33
60 June 17 Astros 4–2 Woodie Fryman (5–3) Larry Dierker (8–7) Barry Lersch (1) 6,767 27–33
61 June 19 @ Mets 3–13 Tom Seaver (10–5) Jim Bunning (5–7) None 43,866 27–34
62 June 20 @ Mets 2–1 Chris Short (4–7) Jerry Koosman (2–4) None 41,897 28–34
June 21 @ Mets Postponed (rain);[14] Makeup: September 9 as a traditional double-header
63 June 22 (1) Expos 6–0 Woodie Fryman (6–3) Bill Stoneman (4–9) None see 2nd game 29–34
64 June 22 (2) Expos 3–2 Rick Wise (5–4) Steve Renko (2–4) None 20,535 30–34
65 June 23 Expos 1–2 Dan McGinn (4–5) Jim Bunning (5–8) Claude Raymond (11) 8,221 30–35
66 June 24 Expos 0–8 Carl Morton (7–5) Chris Short (4–8) None 6,869 30–36
67 June 25 Expos 3–2 (11) Joe Hoerner (5–2) Claude Raymond (3–5) None 5,065 31–36
68 June 26 @ Cardinals 0–7 Bob Gibson (10–3) Rick Wise (5–5) None 40,221 31–37
69 June 27 @ Cardinals 8–9 Ted Abernathy (1–0) Joe Hoerner (5–3) Sal Campisi (2) 20,549 31–38
70 June 28 (1) @ Cardinals 4–5 Mike Torrez (6–7) Dick Selma (2–5) None see 2nd game 31–39
71 June 28 (2) @ Cardinals 8–3 (10) Dick Selma (3–5) Billy McCool (0–3) None 38,194 32–39
June 29 @ Expos Postponed (rain);[15] Makeup: July 1 as a traditional double-header
72 June 30 @ Expos 1–8 Steve Renko (4–4) Rick Wise (5–6) None 20,038 32–40
July (14–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
73 July 1 (1) @ Expos 1–11 Rich Nye (2–0) Woodie Fryman (6–4) None see 2nd game 32–41
74 July 1 (2) @ Expos 1–4 Dan McGinn (5–6) Grant Jackson (1–6) Howie Reed (2) 25,623 32–42
75 July 2 (1) Mets 6–1 Jim Bunning (6–8) Gary Gentry (7–5) Dick Selma (9) see 2nd game 33–42
76 July 2 (2) Mets 3–2 Chris Short (5–8) Don Cardwell (0–2) Dick Selma (10) 24,474 34–42
77 July 3 Mets 3–4 Ray Sadecki (6–2) Rick Wise (5–7) Rich Folkers (1) 10,508 34–43
78 July 4 Mets 2–7 Tom Seaver (13–5) Grant Jackson (1–7) None 7,866 34–44
79 July 5 Mets 4–5 Jerry Koosman (5–4) Woodie Fryman (6–5) Danny Frisella (1) 12,609 34–45
80 July 6 Pirates 5–7 Jim Nelson (4–0) Jim Bunning (6–9) Dave Giusti (13) 6,145 34–46
81 July 7 Pirates 2–4 Bob Veale (6–10) Chris Short (5–9) Dave Giusti (14) 6,938 34–47
82 July 8 Pirates 2–0 Rick Wise (6–7) Steve Blass (6–10) None 7,038 35–47
83 July 10 @ Cubs 0–2 Ferguson Jenkins (10–10) Grant Jackson (1–8) None 22,399 35–48
84 July 11 @ Cubs 10–4 Joe Hoerner (6–3) Roberto Rodríguez (1–1) Barry Lersch (2) 25,972 36–48
85 July 12 @ Cubs 2–10 Ken Holtzman (9–7) Chris Short (5–10) None 28,270 36–49
July 14 1970 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati
86 July 16 @ Padres 10–7 Dick Selma (4–5) Ron Willis (1–1) Joe Hoerner (7) 6,938 37–49
87 July 17 @ Padres 8–3 Rick Wise (7–7) Clay Kirby (5–11) None 5,758 38–49
88 July 18 @ Padres 7–4 Jim Bunning (7–9) Earl Wilson (4–7) Dick Selma (11) 4,317 39–49
89 July 19 (1) @ Dodgers 9–4 Fred Wenz (1–0) Jim Brewer (4–4) Dick Selma (12) see 2nd game 40–49
90 July 19 (2) @ Dodgers 4–2 Barry Lersch (1–0) Pete Mikkelsen (0–1) None 28,396 41–49
91 July 20 @ Dodgers 0–5 Bill Singer (7–3) Woodie Fryman (6–6) None 12,454 41–50
92 July 21 @ Giants 9–6 Rick Wise (8–7) Juan Marichal (3–9) Joe Hoerner (8) 3,418 42–50
93 July 22 @ Giants 5–2 Jim Bunning (8–9) Gaylord Perry (14–9) Dick Selma (13) 4,567 43–50
94 July 24 Padres 4–3 Grant Jackson (2–8) Ron Herbel (6–3) None 5,078 44–50
95 July 25 Padres 9–2 Barry Lersch (2–0) Dave Roberts (5–8) None 20,292 45–50
96 July 26 Padres 2–16 Pat Dobson (7–10) Rick Wise (8–8) None 5,208 45–51
97 July 27 Dodgers 10–3 Woodie Fryman (7–6) Claude Osteen (11–8) Dick Selma (14) 6,017 46–51
98 July 28 Dodgers 2–6 Joe Moeller (5–4) Jim Bunning (8–10) Jim Brewer (14) 14,000 46–52
July 29 Dodgers Cancelled (rain);[16] Was not rescheduled
99 July 31 (1) Giants 3–8 Juan Marichal (5–9) Grant Jackson (2–9) None see 2nd game 46–53
100 July 31 (2) Giants 2–7 Frank Reberger (3–4) Chris Short (5–11) Don McMahon (11) 15,716 46–54
August (16–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
101 August 1 (1) Giants 6–5 (11) Dick Selma (5–5) Jerry Johnson (3–2) None see 2nd game 47–54
102 August 1 (2) Giants 6–1 Rick Wise (9–8) Don Carrithers (0–1) Barry Lersch (3) 18,010 48–54
103 August 2 Giants 7–6 Fred Wenz (2–0) Mike Davison (2–4) None 10,201 49–54
104 August 3 Cardinals 1–4 Mike Torrez (8–9) Grant Jackson (2–10) None 12,163 49–55
105 August 4 Cardinals 2–3 Jerry Reuss (3–4) Chris Short (5–12) Chuck Taylor (6) 14,253 49–56
106 August 5 @ Pirates 0–4 Luke Walker (8–3) Rick Wise (9–9) None 12,915 49–57
107 August 6 (1) @ Pirates 0–4 Dock Ellis (12–8) Jim Bunning (8–11) None see 2nd game 49–58
108 August 6 (2) @ Pirates 3–8 Bruce Dal Canton (7–1) Bill Champion (0–1) None 26,664 49–59
109 August 7 Cubs 4–1 Grant Jackson (3–10) Ferguson Jenkins (13–13) Dick Selma (15) 8,123 50–59
110 August 8 Cubs 6–3 Chris Short (6–12) Bill Hands (13–9) None 10,964 51–59
111 August 9 (1) Cubs 1–4 Milt Pappas (7–5) Rick Wise (9–10) Phil Regan (10) see 2nd game 51–60
112 August 9 (2) Cubs 6–1 Barry Lersch (3–0) Larry Gura (1–2) None 19,907 52–60
113 August 11 @ Astros 6–5 Jim Bunning (9–11) Jack Billingham (10–5) Dick Selma (16) 18,184 53–60
114 August 12 @ Astros 0–4 Larry Dierker (11–10) Grant Jackson (3–11) None 16,677 53–61
115 August 13 @ Astros 3–4 Jim Ray (5–3) Dick Selma (5–6) Fred Gladding (12) 14,413 53–62
116 August 14 @ Reds 5–4 Rick Wise (10–10) Mel Behney (0–1) Joe Hoerner (9) 31,604 54–62
117 August 15 @ Reds 4–5 (14) Ray Washburn (2–4) Bill Champion (0–2) None 42,606 54–63
118 August 16 @ Reds 2–4 Tony Cloninger (6–4) Jim Bunning (9–12) Wayne Granger (27) 45,059 54–64
119 August 17 @ Reds 3–9 Jim Merritt (18–10) Grant Jackson (3–12) None 23,255 54–65
120 August 18 @ Braves 2–3 Hoyt Wilhelm (5–3) Chris Short (6–13) None 9,560 54–66
121 August 19 @ Braves 2–3 Pat Jarvis (14–10) Rick Wise (10–11) Bob Priddy (7) 8,129 54–67
122 August 20 @ Braves 2–6 Ron Reed (6–5) Barry Lersch (3–1) None 9,868 54–68
123 August 21 (1) Astros 9–3 Jim Bunning (10–12) Jack Billingham (10–6) None see 2nd game 55–68
124 August 21 (2) Astros 1–9 Don Wilson (6–5) Grant Jackson (3–13) None 8,113 55–69
125 August 22 Astros 2–1 Joe Hoerner (7–3) Fred Gladding (4–2) None 15,276 56–69
126 August 23 Astros 4–0 Rick Wise (11–11) Wade Blasingame (1–1) Dick Selma (17) 3,485 57–69
127 August 25 Reds 3–2 (12) Dick Selma (6–6) Wayne Granger (6–4) None 14,508 58–69
128 August 26 Reds 5–6 Jim Merritt (20–10) Jim Bunning (10–13) Wayne Granger (29) 13,322 58–70
129 August 27 Reds 6–3 Grant Jackson (4–13) Jim McGlothlin (11–8) None 11,992 59–70
130 August 28 Braves 5–2 Chris Short (7–13) Jim Nash (12–7) Dick Selma (18) 7,908 60–70
131 August 29 Braves 10–9 Joe Hoerner (8–3) Ron Reed (6–6) Dick Selma (19) 9,747 61–70
132 August 30 Braves 4–2 Barry Lersch (4–1) Pat Jarvis (15–11) Dick Selma (20) 9,104 62–70
September (10–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 @ Cubs 3–2 (13) Woodie Fryman (8–6) Phil Regan (4–8) Chris Short (1) 23,992 63–70
134 September 2 @ Cubs 2–17 Milt Pappas (11–6) Grant Jackson (4–14) Bob Miller (2) 16,234 63–71
135 September 3 @ Cubs 2–7 Ferguson Jenkins (18–14) Chris Short (7–14) None 10,675 63–72
136 September 4 @ Pirates 3–4[a] Steve Blass (9–10) Rick Wise (11–12) John Lamb (1) 22,547 63–73
137 September 5 @ Pirates 4–6 Fred Cambria (1–1) Barry Lersch (4–2) Dave Giusti (22) 22,925 63–74
138 September 6 @ Pirates 3–4 (10) Luke Walker (11–6) Dick Selma (6–7) None 19,049 63–75
139 September 7 (1) Cardinals 5–1 Chris Short (8–14) Jerry Reuss (5–7) None see 2nd game 64–75
140 September 7 (2) Cardinals 3–2 (13) Joe Hoerner (9–3) Bob Chlupsa (0–2) None 14,166 65–75
141 September 8 Cardinals 3–5 Steve Carlton (9–18) Rick Wise (11–13) None 3,995 65–76
142 September 9 (1) @ Mets 3–2 Barry Lersch (5–2) Danny Frisella (6–3) None see 2nd game 66–76
143 September 9 (2) @ Mets 1–3 Ray Sadecki (8–4) Grant Jackson (4–15) None 26,005 66–77
144 September 10 @ Mets 2–3 (14) Ron Herbel (9–5) Joe Hoerner (9–4) None 14,307 66–78
145 September 11 @ Expos 0–1 Carl Morton (16–10) Chris Short (8–15) None 14,637 66–79
146 September 12 @ Expos 3–4 Steve Renko (11–10) Lowell Palmer (1–2) Howie Reed (5) 25,221 66–80
147 September 13 @ Expos 2–4 John O'Donoghue (3–2) Joe Hoerner (9–5) None 11,387 66–81
148 September 15 Pirates 3–8 Luke Walker (13–6) Barry Lersch (5–3) Dave Giusti (24) 4,802 66–82
149 September 16 Pirates 3–5 Bob Moose (11–9) Jim Bunning (10–14) John Lamb (2) 4,418 66–83
150 September 17 Pirates 3–2 Chris Short (9–15) John Lamb (0–1) Dick Selma (21) 4,199 67–83
151 September 18 @ Cardinals 9–7 Grant Jackson (5–15) Nelson Briles (5–7) Dick Selma (22) 12,385 68–83
152 September 19 @ Cardinals 10–6 Rick Wise (12–13) Frank Bertaina (1–2) Fred Wenz (1) 11,143 69–83
153 September 20 @ Cardinals 7–4 (10) Dick Selma (7–7) Harry Parker (1–1) None 14,681 70–83
154 September 22 Mets 6–7 Nolan Ryan (7–10) Dick Selma (7–8) Dean Chance (5) 5,064 70–84
155 September 23 Mets 4–5 Tug McGraw (4–6) Dick Selma (7–9) None 5,683 70–85
156 September 25 Cubs 5–3 Rick Wise (13–13) Milt Pappas (12–9) None 6,108 71–85
157 September 26 Cubs 7–1 Barry Lersch (6–3) Bill Hands (17–15) None 4,616 72–85
158 September 27 Cubs 3–5 Ferguson Jenkins (21–16) Jim Bunning (10–15) None 4,377 72–86
159 September 29 Expos 3–10 Steve Renko (13–11) Chris Short (9–16) Mike Marshall (2) 1,055 72–87
160 September 30 Expos 4–5 Bill Stoneman (7–15) Rick Wise (13–14) Mike Marshall (3) 1,186 72–88
October (1–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
161 October 1 Expos 2–1 (10) Dick Selma (8–9) Howie Reed (6–5) None 31,822 73–88
^[a] The September 4 game was suspended in the top of the seventh inning with the score 1–4 and was completed September 5, 1970.[17]
  •   Phillies win
  •   Phillies loss
  •   Postponement
  • Bold: Phillies team member
Source:[18]

Roster

1970 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders 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 Tim McCarver 44 164 47 .287 4 14
1B Deron Johnson 159 574 147 .256 27 93
2B Denny Doyle 112 413 86 .208 2 16
SS Larry Bowa 145 547 137 .250 0 34
3B Don Money 120 447 132 .295 14 66
LF Johnny Briggs 110 341 92 .270 9 47
CF Larry Hisle 126 405 83 .205 10 44
RF Byron Browne 104 270 67 .248 10 36

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
Tony Taylor 124 439 132 .301 9 55
Ron Stone 123 321 84 .262 3 39
Oscar Gamble 88 275 72 .262 1 19
Mike Ryan 46 134 24 .179 2 11
Terry Harmon 71 129 32 .248 0 7
Rick Joseph 71 119 27 .227 3 10
Mike Compton 47 110 18 .164 1 7
Jim Hutto 57 92 17 .185 3 12
Doc Edwards 35 78 21 .269 0 6
Del Bates 70 60 8 .133 0 1
Scott Reid 25 49 6 .122 0 1
Joe Lis 13 37 7 .189 1 4
Willie Montañez 18 25 6 .240 0 3
Sam Parrilla 11 16 2 .125 0 0
Greg Luzinski 8 12 2 .167 0 0
John Vukovich 3 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
Rick Wise 35 220.1 13 14 4.17 113
Jim Bunning 34 219 10 15 4.11 147
Chris Short 36 199 9 16 4.30 133
Grant Jackson 32 149.2 5 15 5.29 104
Woodie Fryman 27 127.2 8 6 4.09 97

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
Barry Lersch 42 138 6 3 3.26 92
Lowell Palmer 38 102 1 2 5.47 85
Bill Champion 7 14 0 2 9.00 12

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
Dick Selma 73 8 9 22 2.75 153
Joe Hoerner 44 9 5 9 2.65 39
Bill Wilson 37 1 0 0 4.78 41
Fred Wenz 22 2 0 1 4.45 24
Mike Jackson 5 1 1 0 1.42 4
Ken Reynolds 4 0 0 0 0.00 1
Bill Laxton 2 0 0 0 13.50 2

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Eugene Emeralds Pacific Coast League Bob Wellman and Lou Kahn
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League Andy Seminick
A Peninsula Phillies Carolina League Nolan Campbell
A Spartanburg Phillies Western Carolinas League Howie Bedell
A-Short Season Walla Walla Phillies Northwest League Garry Powel
Rookie Pulaski Phillies Appalachian League Brandy Davis

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Notes

  1. ^ Curt Flood at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Oscar Gamble at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Rich Barry at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ a b Doc Edwards at Baseball-Reference
  5. ^ Breen, Matt (July 10, 2020). "Longtime Phillies coach 'Irish' Mike Ryan dies, 78". Philadelphia Inquirer.
  6. ^ Deane McGowen (June 10, 1970). "Roundup: Phils Activate A Coach Who Delivers". New York Times. p. 54.
  7. ^ Ruben Amaro at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ Fred Andrews at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ "Baseball Standings". Milwaukee Journal. April 21, 1970. p. 13, part 2. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  10. ^ "Baseball". Milwaukee Journal. April 22, 1970. p. 18, part 2. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  11. ^ "Expos idled". The Gazette. Montreal, Quebec. Associated Press (AP). May 15, 1970. p. 17. Retrieved June 4, 2015.
  12. ^ "Baseball Standings". Milwaukee Sentinel. May 18, 1970. p. 2, part 2. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  13. ^ "Baseball". The Gazette. Montreal, Quebec. June 16, 1970. p. 9. Retrieved June 5, 2015.
  14. ^ "Majors". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. June 22, 1970. p. 22. Retrieved June 6, 2015.
  15. ^ "Wegener rejoins Expos". The Gazette. Montreal, Quebec. June 30, 1970. p. 9. Retrieved June 7, 2015.
  16. ^ "Majors At A Glance". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. July 30, 1970. p. 22. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
  17. ^ "Sep 4, 1970, Phillies at Pirates Box Score and Play by Play". baseball-reference.com. sports-reference.com. September 4, 1970. Retrieved June 19, 2015.
  18. ^ "1970 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  19. ^ 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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