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1975 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1975 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)R. R. M. "Ruly" Carpenter III
General manager(s)Paul Owens
Manager(s)Danny Ozark
Local televisionWPHL-TV
Local radioWCAU
(By Saam, Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn)
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The 1975 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 93rd in the history of the franchise. The Phillies finished in second place in the National League East with a record of 86–76, 612 games behind the NL East champion Pittsburgh Pirates. As a result, the Phillies had their first winning season in eight years.

Offseason

Regular season

Return of Dick Allen

Early in the 1975 season, Phillies general manager Paul Owens wanted a righthanded power hitter and a first baseman with more power than Tommy Hutton, a left-handed contact hitter. Both Mike Schmidt and Dave Cash lobbied Owens to acquire Dick Allen. Allen had to be persuaded by several of his future teammates that both the organizational and racial climate in Philadelphia had changed for the better since his 1969 departure from the team.

On May 4, the Phillies traded their first baseman Willie Montañez to the Giants for Garry Maddox which provided a bat for the outfield and opened first for Allen.[4] The Phillies acquired Allen three days later on May 7, 1975.

Fans welcomed Allen's return. On May 14, 1975, 30,908 fans came to Veterans Stadium for Allen's return to Philadelphia and saw Steve Carlton shut out Cincinnati by the score of 4 to 0. Allen played first base, batted fifth between Greg Luzinski and Mike Schmidt and was given a standing ovation when he stepped into the batter's box in a Phillies uniform for the first time since the final game of the 1969 season. Allen lined a two-out single to center, prompting another standing ovation.[5]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Pittsburgh Pirates 92 69 0.571 52–28 40–41
Philadelphia Phillies 86 76 0.531 51–30 35–46
New York Mets 82 80 0.506 10½ 42–39 40–41
St. Louis Cardinals 82 80 0.506 10½ 45–36 37–44
Chicago Cubs 75 87 0.463 17½ 42–39 33–48
Montreal Expos 75 87 0.463 17½ 39–42 36–45

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 5–7 3–15 12–6 8–10 8–4 4–8 5–7 4–8 7–11 8–9 3–9
Chicago 7–5 1–11 7–5 5–7 9–9 7–11 12–6 6–12 5–7 5–7 11–7
Cincinnati 15–3 11–1 13–5 8–10 8–4 8–4 7–5 6–6 11–7 13–5 8–4
Houston 6–12 5–7 5–13 6–12 8–4 4–8 6–6 6–5 9–9 5–13 4–8–1
Los Angeles 10–8 7–5 10–8 12–6 5–7 6–6 7–5 5–7 11–7 10–8 5–7
Montreal 4–8 9–9 4–8 4–8 7–5 10–8 7–11 7–11 7–5 5–7 11–7
New York 8–4 11–7 4–8 8–4 6–6 8–10 7–11 5–13 8–4 8–4 9–9
Philadelphia 7-5 6–12 5–7 6–6 5–7 11–7 11–7 11–7 7–5 7–5 10–8
Pittsburgh 8–4 12–6 6–6 5–6 7–5 11–7 13–5 7–11 8–4 5–7 10–8
San Diego 11–7 7–5 7–11 9–9 7–11 5–7 4–8 5–7 4–8 8–10 4–8
San Francisco 9–8 7–5 5–13 13–5 8–10 7–5 4–8 5–7 7–5 10–8 5–7
St. Louis 9–3 7–11 4–8 8–4–1 7–5 7–11 9–9 8–10 8–10 8–4 7–5


Notable transactions

Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
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  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1975 Game Log[10]
Overall Record: 86–76
April (8–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 8 @ Mets 1–2 Tom Seaver (1–0) Steve Carlton (0–1) None 18,527 0–1
2 April 10 @ Mets 3–2 (11) Ron Schueler (1–0) Harry Parker (0–1) Cy Acosta (1) 5,964 1–1
3 April 11 Cardinals 3–6 Lynn McGlothen (1–0) Wayne Twitchell (0–1) Al Hrabosky (2) 44,834 1–2
4 April 12 Cardinals 5–7 Mike Garman (1–0) Gene Garber (0–1) None 11,101 1–3
5 April 13 Cardinals 2–0 Tom Underwood (1–0) Bob Forsch (1–1) None 13,539 2–3
6 April 14 Mets 4–3 Gene Garber (1–1) Jerry Cram (0–1) None 10,626 3–3
April 15 Mets Postponed (rain);[11] Makeup: September 26 as a traditional double-header
7 April 16 Cubs 3–9 Bill Bonham (1–0) Steve Carlton (0–2) None 8,294 3–4
8 April 17 Cubs 9–10 Ken Frailing (1–1) Wayne Twitchell (0–2) None 6,259 3–5
9 April 18 @ Expos 6–3 Tom Underwood (2–0) Steve Renko (0–1) Gene Garber (1) 21,274 4–5
10 April 19 @ Expos 3–0 Jim Lonborg (1–0) Dennis Blair (0–2) None 8,154 5–5
April 20 @ Expos Postponed (cold weather);[12][13] Makeup: August 1 as a traditional double-header
11 April 22 @ Cubs 7–5 Wayne Twitchell (1–2) Bill Bonham (1–1) None 6,525 6–5
12 April 23 @ Cubs 3–9 Ray Burris (2–0) Tom Underwood (2–1) Oscar Zamora (1) 3,228 6–6
13 April 24 @ Cubs 1–4 Steve Stone (3–0) Jim Lonborg (1–1) None 2,323 6–7
14 April 25 @ Pirates 2–3 Bruce Kison (2–0) Steve Carlton (0–3) Dave Giusti (2) 5,726 6–8
15 April 26 @ Pirates 3–7 Jim Rooker (2–0) Wayne Twitchell (1–3) None 13,120 6–9
16 April 27 @ Pirates 0–2 Dock Ellis (1–2) Tom Underwood (2–2) None 14,074 6–10
17 April 29 Expos 5–0 Jim Lonborg (2–1) Dennis Blair (0–3) None 5,477 7–10
18 April 30 Expos 2–1 Steve Carlton (1–3) Steve Rogers (0–4) None 8,750 8–10
May (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
19 May 2 Pirates 9–5 Wayne Twitchell (2–3) Bruce Kison (2–1) Tug McGraw (1) 20,257 9–10
20 May 3 (1) Pirates 6–2 Tom Underwood (3–2) Jim Rooker (2–1) Gene Garber (2) see 2nd game 10–10
21 May 3 (2) Pirates 4–3 (11) Tug McGraw (1–0) Ramón Hernández (0–1) None 44,501 11–10
May 4 Pirates Postponed (rain);[14][15] Makeup: June 24 as a traditional double-header
22 May 5 @ Cardinals 3–11 Bob Gibson (1–3) Steve Carlton (1–4) None 9,198 11–11
May 6 @ Cardinals Postponed (rain);[16] Makeup: July 25 as a traditional double-header
23 May 7 @ Cardinals 4–1 Wayne Twitchell (3–3) Bob Forsch (2–3) Tug McGraw (2) 9,735 12–11
24 May 8 @ Cardinals 6–2 Jim Lonborg (3–1) John Denny (2–2) None 10,293 13–11
25 May 9 @ Braves 1–3 Roric Harrison (2–1) Tom Underwood (3–3) None 7,444 13–12
26 May 10 @ Braves 1–2 (11) Phil Niekro (2–3) Gene Garber (1–2) None 6,510 13–13
27 May 11 @ Braves 3–7 Buzz Capra (3–4) Wayne Twitchell (3–4) None 6,456 13–14
May 12 Reds Postponed (rain);[17] Makeup: May 15 as a traditional double-header
28 May 13 Reds 4–0 Tom Underwood (4–3) Gary Nolan (1–3) None 11,634 14–14
29 May 14 Reds 4–0 Steve Carlton (2–4) Pat Darcy (1–2) None 30,908 15–14
30 May 15 (1) Reds 6–3 Tug McGraw (2–0) Don Gullett (4–2) None see 2nd game 16–14
31 May 15 (2) Reds 5–3 Gene Garber (2–2) Clay Carroll (3–4) Tug McGraw (3) 24,038 17–14
32 May 16 Braves 12–8 Gene Garber (3–2) Buzz Capra (3–5) None 18,710 18–14
33 May 17 Braves 9–8 Gene Garber (4–2) Phil Niekro (3–4) None 30,369 19–14
34 May 18 Braves 5–1 Tom Underwood (5–3) Ron Reed (4–4) None 25,905 20–14
35 May 19 @ Astros 2–4 Tom Griffin (2–5) Steve Carlton (2–5) Wayne Granger (4) 7,049 20–15
36 May 20 @ Astros 2–4 Ken Forsch (2–2) Tug McGraw (2–1) Joe Niekro (2) 7,211 20–16
37 May 21 @ Astros 0–4 Larry Dierker (5–4) Wayne Twitchell (3–5) None 8,135 20–17
38 May 23 @ Reds 2–5 Gary Nolan (3–3) Larry Christenson (0–1) Clay Carroll (3) 36,197 20–18
39 May 24 @ Reds 2–3 (11) Clay Carroll (4–4) Tug McGraw (2–2) None 36,165 20–19
40 May 25 @ Reds 3–4 Clay Kirby (3–3) Jim Lonborg (3–2) Rawly Eastwick (1) 25,726 20–20
41 May 26 Giants 1–0 (11) Tug McGraw (3–2) Ed Halicki (1–1) None 15,693 21–20
42 May 27 Giants 0–1 (10) John Montefusco (3–2) Gene Garber (4–3) None 18,735 21–21
43 May 28 Giants 8–6 Steve Carlton (3–5) Pete Falcone (4–4) Tug McGraw (4) 15,706 22–21
44 May 30 Astros 0–5 Doug Konieczny (3–6) Jim Lonborg (3–3) None 12,566 22–22
45 May 31 Astros 3–15 J. R. Richard (4–3) Wayne Twitchell (3–6) None 18,094 22–23
June (20–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
46 June 1 Astros 5–4 Tom Underwood (6–3) Larry Dierker (5–5) Larry Christenson (1) 22,278 23–23
47 June 2 Padres 5–1 Steve Carlton (4–5) Dave Freisleben (3–6) None 9,348 24–23
48 June 3 Padres 12–1 Jim Lonborg (4–3) Dan Spillner (2–6) None 10,047 25–23
49 June 4 Padres 7–2 Wayne Twitchell (4–6) Randy Jones (7–3) Tug McGraw (5) 12,443 26–23
50 June 6 Dodgers 2–3 Burt Hooton (4–5) Tom Underwood (6–4) Mike Marshall (2) 38,357 26–24
51 June 7 Dodgers 4–0 Steve Carlton (5–5) Doug Rau (5–6) None 41,094 27–24
52 June 8 Dodgers 4–2 Jim Lonborg (5–3) Don Sutton (10–4) None 41,334 28–24
53 June 9 @ Padres 3–8 Randy Jones (8–3) Wayne Twitchell (4–7) None 30,948 28–25
54 June 10 @ Padres 7–0 Larry Christenson (1–1) Dan Spillner (2–7) None 15,909 29–25
55 June 11 @ Giants 3–8 Mike Caldwell (3–5) Tom Underwood (6–5) None 3,472 29–26
56 June 12 @ Giants 4–1 Steve Carlton (6–5) Ed Halicki (2–2) None 3,869 30–26
57 June 13 @ Dodgers 5–1 Jim Lonborg (6–3) Andy Messersmith (9–3) None 33,970 31–26
58 June 14 @ Dodgers 3–4 Burt Hooton (5–5) Tug McGraw (3–3) Mike Marshall (3) 52,299 31–27
59 June 15 @ Dodgers 4–3 Gene Garber (5–3) Mike Marshall (2–5) None 40,959 32–27
60 June 16 @ Cubs 7–9 Geoff Zahn (2–4) Gene Garber (5–4) Ken Frailing (1) 9,353 32–28
61 June 17 @ Cubs 5–9 Tom Dettore (1–0) Jim Lonborg (6–4) None 6,834 32–29
62 June 18 @ Cubs 9–7 Gene Garber (6–4) Bob Locker (0–1) None 20,807 33–29
63 June 19 @ Cubs 6–3 (14) Tug McGraw (4–3) Darold Knowles (2–3) None 15,170 34–29
64 June 20 Expos 7–4 Tom Underwood (7–5) Steve Renko (2–6) Tug McGraw (6) 33,324 35–29
65 June 21 Expos 1–5 Dennis Blair (4–8) Jim Lonborg (6–5) None 28,323 35–30
66 June 22 (1) Expos 0–4 Steve Rogers (5–4) Ron Schueler (1–1) None see 2nd game 35–31
67 June 22 (2) Expos 4–3 Gene Garber (7–4) Chuck Taylor (1–2) None 31,119 36–31
68 June 23 Pirates 6–5 Tom Hilgendorf (1–0) Larry Demery (3–2) Gene Garber (3) 34,759 37–31
69 June 24 (1) Pirates 6–3 Larry Christenson (2–1) Jerry Reuss (8–5) Tug McGraw (7) see 2nd game 38–31
70 June 24 (2) Pirates 8–1 Tom Underwood (8–5) Bruce Kison (7–3) None 50,463 39–31
71 June 25 Pirates 7–6 (13) Ron Schueler (2–1) Dave Giusti (2–3) None 34,171 40–31
72 June 27 @ Mets 2–4 Jon Matlack (9–5) Wayne Twitchell (4–8) None 27,935 40–32
73 June 28 @ Mets 2–5 Randy Tate (3–6) Steve Carlton (6–6) None 37,250 40–33
74 June 29 (1) @ Mets 9–6 Larry Christenson (3–1) Jerry Koosman (6–6) Tug McGraw (8) see 2nd game 41–33
75 June 29 (2) @ Mets 4–3 (12) Tug McGraw (5–3) Tom Hall (1–2) None 45,723 42–33
76 June 30 Cardinals 2–4 Bob Forsch (8–6) Jim Lonborg (6–6) Al Hrabosky (11) 28,264 42–34
July (17–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
77 July 1 Cardinals 5–6 Lynn McGlothen (10–5) Wayne Twitchell (4–9) Al Hrabosky (12) 22,544 42–35
78 July 2 Cardinals 5–3 Steve Carlton (7–6) Ron Reed (8–8) None 21,843 43–35
79 July 3 Cardinals 7–4 Tom Underwood (9–5) Bob Gibson (2–7) None 16,068 44–35
80 July 4 Mets 3–4 Tom Seaver (12–4) Tug McGraw (5–4) Rick Baldwin (4) 55,301 44–36
81 July 5 (1) Mets 8–2 Ron Schueler (3–1) Randy Tate (3–7) None see 2nd game 45–36
82 July 5 (2) Mets 10–7 Jim Lonborg (7–6) Nino Espinosa (0–1) Gene Garber (4) 50,137 46–36
83 July 6 Mets 8–6 Wayne Twitchell (5–9) Jon Matlack (10–6) Gene Garber (5) 27,037 47–36
84 July 7 @ Reds 3–7 Pat Darcy (4–5) Steve Carlton (7–7) None 25,096 47–37
85 July 8 @ Reds 1–2 Gary Nolan (8–5) Tom Underwood (9–6) Rawly Eastwick (4) 28,479 47–38
86 July 9 @ Reds 7–9 Pedro Borbón (5–1) Gene Garber (7–5) None 28,789 47–39
87 July 11 @ Astros 2–1 Larry Christenson (4–1) Doug Konieczny (4–10) None 16,394 48–39
88 July 12 @ Astros 14–2 Steve Carlton (8–7) J. R. Richard (6–4) None 14,520 49–39
89 July 13 @ Astros 5–9 Ken Forsch (3–6) Tom Underwood (9–7) Dave Roberts (1) 12,870 49–40
July 15 1975 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Milwaukee County Stadium in Milwaukee
90 July 17 Astros 6–5 (11) Tug McGraw (6–4) Ken Forsch (3–7) None 18,026 50–40
91 July 18 Astros 7–4 Tom Hilgendorf (2–0) J. R. Richard (6–5) Gene Garber (6) 24,072 51–40
92 July 19 Astros 1–0 Larry Christenson (5–1) Larry Dierker (8–10) None 30,983 52–40
93 July 20 Reds 11–4 Tom Underwood (10–7) Clay Kirby (7–4) Gene Garber (7) 44,134 53–40
94 July 21 Reds 4–10 Pat Darcy (5–5) Ron Schueler (3–2) None 43,698 53–41
95 July 22 Braves 1–0 Steve Carlton (9–7) Carl Morton (12–10) None 20,052 54–41
96 July 23 Braves 3–2 Jim Lonborg (8–6) Bruce Dal Canton (0–4) None 28,268 55–41
97 July 24 Braves 4–5 Phil Niekro (10–7) Larry Christenson (5–2) None 21,706 55–42
98 July 25 (1) @ Cardinals 3–4 Al Hrabosky (9–2) Gene Garber (7–6) None see 2nd game 55–43
99 July 25 (2) @ Cardinals 5–2 Ron Schueler (4–2) John Curtis (6–8) Tug McGraw (9) 36,127 56–43
100 July 26 @ Cardinals 9–4 Steve Carlton (10–7) Eric Rasmussen (1–1) None 36,350 57–43
101 July 27 @ Cardinals 6–9 Bob Gibson (3–8) Tom Hilgendorf (2–1) Mike Garman (8) 22,046 57–44
102 July 28 @ Pirates 5–2 Larry Christenson (6–2) Bruce Kison (9–6) None 30,221 58–44
103 July 29 @ Pirates 5–1 Tom Underwood (11–7) Dock Ellis (7–7) None 33,340 59–44
104 July 30 @ Pirates 1–8 Jerry Reuss (12–6) Steve Carlton (10–8) None 43,260 59–45
105 July 31 @ Expos 4–7 Dan Warthen (5–4) Ron Schueler (4–3) Dale Murray (5) 13,510 59–46
August (13–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
106 August 1 (1) @ Expos 8–6 (10) Gene Garber (8–6) Dale Murray (4–5) None see 2nd game 60–46
107 August 1 (2) @ Expos 4–6 Fred Scherman (2–4) Tom Hilgendorf (2–2) Dale Murray (6) 17,820 60–47
108 August 2 @ Expos 3–4 Dale Murray (5–5) Tom Underwood (11–8) None 16,101 60–48
109 August 3 @ Expos 5–4 (10) Tug McGraw (7–4) Dale Murray (5–6) Gene Garber (8) 15,126 61–48
110 August 4 Cubs 2–3[a] Steve Stone (9–5) Tom Hilgendorf (2–3) Paul Reuschel (1) 16,285 61–49
111 August 5 Cubs 13–5 Dick Ruthven (1–0) Bill Bonham (10–8) None 19,611 62–49
August 6 Cubs Postponed (rain);[18] Makeup: September 5 as a traditional double-header
112 August 7 Cubs 3–5 Rick Reuschel (8–12) Larry Christenson (6–3) None 20,259 62–50
113 August 8 Giants 5–4 Gene Garber (9–6) Randy Moffitt (4–4) None 31,026 63–50
114 August 9 Giants 11–4 Steve Carlton (11–8) John Montefusco (10–6) None 43,504 64–50
115 August 10 Giants 1–8 Jim Barr (10–9) Dick Ruthven (1–1) None 35,405 64–51
116 August 11 Dodgers 1–7 Andy Messersmith (14–11) Larry Christenson (6–4) None 33,175 64–52
117 August 12 Dodgers 6–7 (10) Mike Marshall (8–11) Gene Garber (9–7) None 36,512 64–53
118 August 13 Dodgers 4–5 Burt Hooton (10–9) Steve Carlton (11–9) Mike Marshall (10) 64–54
119 August 15 Padres 4–3 Tom Hilgendorf (3–3) Joe McIntosh (8–11) Tug McGraw (10) 30,601 65–54
120 August 16 Padres 1–5 Randy Jones (16–7) Tug McGraw (7–5) None 40,127 65–55
121 August 17 Padres 10–4 Tom Underwood (12–8) Dave Freisleben (5–13) Gene Garber (9) 29,317 66–55
122 August 18 @ Braves 6–3 Tom Hilgendorf (4–3) Phil Niekro (12–11) None 4,320 67–55
123 August 19 @ Braves 4–6 Max León (2–1) Gene Garber (9–8) None 4,470 67–56
124 August 20 @ Braves 4–1 Larry Christenson (7–4) Carl Morton (15–13) Tug McGraw (11) 4,704 68–56
125 August 22 @ Padres 6–5 Tom Hilgendorf (5–3) Bill Greif (3–5) Gene Garber (10) 13,426 69–56
126 August 23 @ Padres 3–8 Dan Spillner (5–10) Steve Carlton (11–10) Danny Frisella (8) 9,578 69–57
127 August 24 (1) @ Padres 2–7 Randy Jones (17–7) Dick Ruthven (1–2) None see 2nd game 69–58
128 August 24 (2) @ Padres 6–7 (12) Bill Greif (4–5) Ron Schueler (4–4) None 17,870 69–59
129 August 25 @ Dodgers 4–2 Larry Christenson (8–4) Andy Messersmith (14–13) Gene Garber (11) 20,048 70–59
130 August 26 @ Dodgers 1–8 Doug Rau (11–9) Tom Underwood (12–9) None 20,273 70–60
131 August 27 @ Dodgers 0–10 Burt Hooton (13–9) Steve Carlton (11–11) None 20,753 70–61
132 August 28 @ Giants 8–5 Tom Hilgendorf (6–3) Jim Barr (11–12) None 4,190 71–61
133 August 29 @ Giants 3–1 Larry Christenson (9–4) Ed Halicki (8–11) Tug McGraw (12) 5,007 72–61
134 August 30 @ Giants 1–4 Pete Falcone (10–9) Tom Underwood (12–10) None 5,663 72–62
135 August 31 @ Giants 4–5 John Montefusco (12–7) Steve Carlton (11–12) Charlie Williams (3) 8,884 72–63
September (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
136 September 1 Expos 5–6 Dale Murray (10–7) Gene Garber (9–9) None 12,925 72–64
137 September 2 Expos 3–4 Dennis Blair (8–14) Larry Christenson (9–5) Dale Murray (9) 15,232 72–65
138 September 3 Expos 6–3 Tom Underwood (13–10) Don Carrithers (2–2) Gene Garber (12) 15,597 73–65
139 September 5 (1) Cubs 3–4 Bill Bonham (12–13) Steve Carlton (11–13) Paul Reuschel (4) see 2nd game 73–66
140 September 5 (2) Cubs 6–3 Tug McGraw (8–5) Paul Reuschel (1–2) None 32,041 74–66
141 September 6 Cubs 6–7 Steve Stone (12–7) Gene Garber (9–10) Darold Knowles (12) 26,554 74–67
142 September 7 Cubs 4–6 Ray Burris (13–10) Wayne Twitchell (5–10) Rick Reuschel (1) 30,071 74–68
143 September 8 Cardinals 6–3[b] Tom Underwood (14–10) Ron Reed (12–10) Tug McGraw (13) 22,768 75–68
144 September 9 Cardinals 6–2 Steve Carlton (12–13) John Denny (9–5) None 13,764 76–68
145 September 10 @ Expos 5–1 Wayne Simpson (1–0) Steve Renko (5–12) Gene Garber (13) 9,216 77–68
146 September 11 @ Expos 5–0 (7) Larry Christenson (10–5) Steve Rogers (10–11) None 7,457 78–68
147 September 13 @ Cubs 1–4 Ray Burris (14–10) Tom Underwood (14–11) None 13,283 78–69
148 September 14 @ Cubs 13–7 Steve Carlton (13–13) Steve Stone (12–8) None 16,294 79–69
149 September 15 @ Cardinals 6–7 Al Hrabosky (12–3) Gene Garber (9–11) Harry Parker (3) 9,955 79–70
150 September 16 @ Cardinals 4–3 (13) Tom Hilgendorf (7–3) Mike Garman (3–7) Gene Garber (14) 11,239 80–70
151 September 17 Pirates 1–9 Bruce Kison (11–11) Tom Underwood (14–12) None 38,085 80–71
152 September 18 Pirates 4–1 Steve Carlton (14–13) Dock Ellis (8–9) None 27,093 81–71
153 September 19 @ Mets 4–3 Tug McGraw (9–5) Skip Lockwood (1–2) None 16,676 82–71
154 September 20 @ Mets 7–9 (11) Bob Apodaca (2–3) Gene Garber (9–12) None 18,863 82–72
155 September 21 @ Mets 4–2 Dick Ruthven (2–2) Jon Matlack (16–12) Tug McGraw (14) 52,144 83–72
156 September 22 @ Pirates 3–11 Bruce Kison (12–11) Tom Underwood (14–13) Kent Tekulve (4) 13,176 83–73
157 September 23 @ Pirates 1–3 Bob Moose (2–2) Steve Carlton (14–14) None 6,445 83–74
158 September 24 @ Pirates 8–1 Larry Christenson (11–5) Larry Demery (7–5) None 6,253 84–74
159 September 26 (1) Mets 4–3 (12) Gene Garber (10–12) Bob Apodaca (3–4) None see 2nd game 85–74
160 September 26 (2) Mets 2–3 (12) Jerry Koosman (14–13) Tug McGraw (9–6) Ken Sanders (5) 20,189 85–75
161 September 27 Mets 8–1 Steve Carlton (15–14) Randy Tate (5–13) None 27,615 86–75
162 September 28 Mets 4–5 Tom Seaver (22–9) Larry Christenson (11–6) Skip Lockwood (2) 21,105 86–76
^[a] The August 4, 1975, game was protested by the Cubs in the top of the seventh inning.[19] The protest was later denied.[20]
^[b] The September 8, 1975, game was protested by the Phillies in the bottom of the third inning.[21] The protest was later denied.[22]

Roster

1975 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 Bob Boone 97 289 71 .246 2 20
1B Dick Allen 119 416 97 .233 12 62
2B Dave Cash 162 699 213 .305 4 57
SS Larry Bowa 136 583 178 .305 2 38
3B Mike Schmidt 158 562 140 .249 38 95
LF Greg Luzinski 161 596 179 .300 34 120
CF Garry Maddox 99 374 109 .291 4 46
RF Jay Johnstone 122 350 115 .329 7 54

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
Johnny Oates 90 269 77 .286 1 25
Mike Anderson 115 247 64 .259 4 28
Tommy Hutton 113 165 41 .248 3 24
Ollie Brown 84 145 44 .303 6 26
Jerry Martin 57 113 24 .212 2 11
Tony Taylor 79 103 25 .243 1 17
Willie Montañez 21 84 24 .286 2 16
Terry Harmon 48 72 13 .181 0 5
Alan Bannister 24 61 16 .262 0 0
Tim McCarver 47 59 15 .254 1 7
Mike Rogodzinski 16 19 5 .263 0 4
Larry Cox 11 5 1 .200 0 1
Don Hahn 9 5 0 .000 0 0
Jim Essian 2 1 1 1.000 0 1
Larry Fritz 1 1 0 .000 0 0
Ron Clark 1 1 0 .000 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
Steve Carlton 37 255.1 15 14 3.56 192
Tom Underwood 35 219.1 14 13 4.14 123
Larry Christenson 29 171.2 11 6 3.67 88
Jim Lonborg 27 159.1 8 6 4.12 72

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
Wayne Twitchell 36 134.1 5 10 4.42 101
Dick Ruthven 11 40.2 2 2 4.20 26
Wayne Simpson 7 30.2 1 0 3.23 19

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
Gene Garber 71 10 12 14 3.60 69
Tug McGraw 56 9 6 14 2.98 55
Tom Hilgendorf 53 7 3 0 2.14 52
Ron Schueler 46 4 4 0 5.24 69
Joe Hoerner 25 0 0 0 2.57 20
Cy Acosta 6 0 0 1 6.23 2
Randy Lerch 3 0 0 0 6.43 8
John Montague 3 0 0 0 9.00 1

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Toledo Mud Hens International League Jim Bunning
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League Bob Wellman
A Rocky Mount Phillies Carolina League Cal Emery
A Spartanburg Phillies Western Carolinas League Lee Elia
A-Short Season Auburn Phillies New York–Penn League June Raines
Rookie Pulaski Phillies Appalachian League Bob Wren

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Rocky Mount, Spartanburg[23]

References

  1. ^ Del Unser at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Jose Moreno at Baseball Reference.
  3. ^ Orlando Isales at Baseball Reference
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  5. ^ Bill Conlin (December 9, 2009). "Bill Conlin: A stroll down Allens lane". Philadelphia Daily News.
  6. ^ Garry Maddox at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ Dick Allen at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ Dickie Noles at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ Rick Leach at Baseball Reference
  10. ^ "1975 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
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  15. ^ "Majors At A Glance". Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. May 5, 1975. p. 22. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
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  23. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007

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