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1982 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1982 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Giles
General manager(s)Paul Owens
Manager(s)Pat Corrales
Local televisionWPHL-TV
PRISM
Local radioWCAU
(Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn, Andy Musser, Chris Wheeler. Tim McCarver)
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The 1982 season was the 100th season in Philadelphia Phillies franchise history. During the season, Steve Carlton would be the last pitcher to win at least 20 games in one season for the Phillies in the 20th century.[1] He would also become the first pitcher to win four Cy Young Awards in a career.[2] The 1982 Phillies finished the season with an 89–73 record, placing them in second place in the NL East, three games behind the World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals.

Offseason

Regular season

  • July 19, 1982: Tony Gwynn made his major league debut for the San Diego Padres against the Phillies.[7] In a 7–6 Phillies road victory, Gwynn had four at-bats. Gwynn gets two hits, one run, and one RBI.[8]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 92 70 0.568 46–35 46–35
Philadelphia Phillies 89 73 0.549 3 51–30 38–43
Montreal Expos 86 76 0.531 6 40–41 46–35
Pittsburgh Pirates 84 78 0.519 8 42–39 42–39
Chicago Cubs 73 89 0.451 19 38–43 35–46
New York Mets 65 97 0.401 27 33–48 32–49

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 14–4 10–8 7–11 5–7 9–3 6–6 4–8 11–7 8–10 7–5
Chicago 4–8 6–6 9–3 5–7 6–12 9–9 9–9 9–9 4–8 6–6 6–12
Cincinnati 4–14 6–6 7–11 7–11 4–8 7–5 5–7 4–8 6–12 6–12 5–7
Houston 8–10 3–9 11–7 7–11 4–8 8–4 7–5 9–3 9–9 5–13 6–6
Los Angeles 11–7 7–5 11–7 11–7 8–4 6–6 4–8 5–7 9–9 9–9 7–5
Montreal 7–5 12–6 8–4 8–4 4–8 11–7 8–10 7–11 7–5 4–8 10–8
New York 3–9 9–9 5–7 4–8 6–6 7–11 7–11 8–10 6–6 4–8 6–12
Philadelphia 6-6 9–9 7–5 5–7 8–4 10–8 11–7 9–9 7–5 10–2 7–11
Pittsburgh 8–4 9–9 8–4 3–9 7–5 11–7 10–8 9–9 6–6 6–6 7–11
San Diego 7–11 8–4 12–6 9–9 9–9 5–7 6–6 5–7 6–6 10–8 4–8
San Francisco 10–8 6–6 12–6 13–5 9–9 8–4 8–4 2–10 6–6 8–10 5–7
St. Louis 5–7 12–6 7–5 6–6 5–7 8–10 12–6 11–7 11–7 8–4 7–5

Notable transactions

1982 Game Log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1982 Game Log[18]
Overall Record: 89–73
April (6–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
April 5 Mets Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 26 as a traditional double-header
April 7 Mets Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 25 as a traditional double-header
1 April 8 Mets 2–7 Randy Jones (1–0) Steve Carlton (0–1) None 15,345 0–1
2 April 9 Expos 0–2 Steve Rogers (1–0) Larry Christenson (0–1) None 7,795 0–2
3 April 10 Expos 3–11 Bill Gullickson (1–0) Dick Ruthven (0–1) None 16,718 0–3
4 April 11 Expos 1–0 Mike Krukow (1–0) Ray Burris (0–1) None 15,397 1–3
5 April 13 @ Mets 2–5 Randy Jones (2–0) Steve Carlton (0–2) Neil Allen (2) 40,845 1–4
6 April 14 @ Mets 1–8 Mike Scott (1–1) Dick Ruthven (0–2) None 13,420 1–5
7 April 15 @ Mets 8–4 (13) Warren Brusstar (1–0) Charlie Puleo (0–1) None 14,634 2–5
8 April 16 @ Cardinals 2–3 Bob Forsch (2–0) Mike Krukow (1–1) Bruce Sutter (3) 15,003 2–6
9 April 17 @ Cardinals 0–6 Joaquín Andújar (2–1) Steve Carlton (0–3) None 17,457 2–7
10 April 18 @ Cardinals 5–6 (11) Dave LaPoint (1–0) Warren Brusstar (1–1) None 25,222 2–8
11 April 19 @ Expos 2–0 Larry Christenson (1–1) Scott Sanderson (1–1) Ed Farmer (1) 10,102 3–8
April 20 @ Expos Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 12 as a traditional double-header
12 April 21 @ Expos 2–5 Steve Rogers (2–1) Steve Carlton (0–4) Jeff Reardon (2) 6,448 3–9
13 April 23 Cardinals 2–9 Bob Forsch (3–0) Mike Krukow (1–2) None 26,617 3–10
14 April 24 Cardinals 4–7 Doug Bair (1–0) Ed Farmer (0–1) Bruce Sutter (6) 25,270 3–11
15 April 25 Cardinals 8–4 Steve Carlton (1–4) Andy Rincon (1–1) Ed Farmer (2) 30,198 4–11
16 April 27 @ Dodgers 0–3 Jerry Reuss (2–1) Larry Christenson (1–2) None 37,888 4–12
17 April 28 @ Dodgers 9–3 Ed Farmer (1–1) Steve Howe (1–1) None 38,665 5–12
18 April 29 @ Dodgers 0–4 Burt Hooton (1–1) Dick Ruthven (0–3) None 36,198 5–13
19 April 30 @ Padres 3–1 (10) Steve Carlton (2–4) Juan Eichelberger (2–3) None 23,383 6–13
May (19–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
20 May 1 @ Padres 6–9 Luis DeLeón (2–0) Larry Christenson (1–3) None 39,785 6–14
21 May 2 @ Padres 3–0 Mike Krukow (2–2) John Curtis (2–1) None 44,227 7–14
22 May 3 @ Giants 5–3 Sid Monge (1–0) Dan Schatzeder (0–4) Ed Farmer (3) 12,022 8–14
23 May 4 @ Giants 9–4 Steve Carlton (3–4) Rich Gale (1–2) None 5,656 9–14
24 May 6 Padres 12–7 Larry Christenson (2–3) Juan Eichelberger (2–4) None 21,248 10–14
25 May 7 Padres 5–2 Sparky Lyle (1–0) Gary Lucas (0–2) None 26,113 11–14
26 May 8 Padres 5–1 Dick Ruthven (1–3) John Montefusco (1–4) None 24,270 12–14
27 May 9 Padres 0–6 Tim Lollar (4–0) Steve Carlton (3–5) None 36,593 12–15
28 May 10 Dodgers 9–8 (10) Warren Brusstar (2–1) Tom Niedenfuer (0–1) None 25,269 13–15
29 May 11 Dodgers 9–8 Porfi Altamirano (1–0) Jerry Reuss (4–2) Warren Brusstar (1) 25,269 14–15
30 May 12 Dodgers 11–3 Ron Reed (1–0) Bob Welch (4–2) None 25,977 15–15
31 May 13 Giants 8–1 Dick Ruthven (2–3) Alan Fowlkes (3–2) None 23,053 16–15
32 May 14 Giants 2–0 Steve Carlton (4–5) Rich Gale (1–3) None 33,541 17–15
33 May 15 Giants 5–3 Larry Christenson (3–3) Greg Minton (2–3) Sparky Lyle (1) 29,785 18–15
34 May 16 Giants 6–1 Mike Krukow (3–2) Atlee Hammaker (2–1) None 38,125 19–15
35 May 17 Astros 1–8 Vern Ruhle (2–2) Ron Reed (1–1) None 23,734 19–16
36 May 18 Astros 1–2 (12) Dave Smith (1–2) Ed Farmer (1–2) None 23,869 19–17
37 May 19 Astros 3–5 Bob Knepper (2–4) Steve Carlton (4–6) Dave Smith (6) 20,007 19–18
38 May 21 @ Braves 6–7 Steve Bedrosian (3–0) Sparky Lyle (1–1) None 28,050 19–19
39 May 22 @ Braves 5–2 Mike Krukow (4–2) Larry McWilliams (2–2) Ed Farmer (4) 25,925 20–19
40 May 23 @ Braves 2–1 Dick Ruthven (3–3) Phil Niekro (2–1) Ed Farmer (5) 27,965 21–19
41 May 24 @ Reds 9–1 Steve Carlton (5–6) Tom Seaver (1–6) None 17,110 22–19
42 May 25 @ Reds 3–4 Greg A. Harris (1–0) Ed Farmer (1–3) Tom Hume (9) 16,688 22–20
43 May 26 @ Reds 0–2 Mario Soto (4–4) Mike Krukow (4–3) None 14,091 22–21
May 28 Braves Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 30 as a traditional double-header
44 May 29 Braves 1–0 Dick Ruthven (4–3) Phil Niekro (2–2) None 26,790 23–21
45 May 30 Braves 6–2 Steve Carlton (6–6) Rick Mahler (4–4) None 35,662 24–21
46 May 31 Reds 5–4 (15) Sid Monge (2–0) Bob Shirley (2–3) None 22,708 25–21
June (17–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
47 June 1 Reds 1–4 (7) Greg A. Harris (2–0) Mike Krukow (4–4) None 20,102 25–22
48 June 2 Reds 4–2 Dick Ruthven (5–3) Bruce Berenyi (4–5) Warren Brusstar (2) 22,960 26–22
49 June 4 @ Astros 3–8 Vern Ruhle (3–3) Ed Farmer (1–4) None 23,362 26–23
50 June 5 @ Astros 5–3 Sparky Lyle (2–1) Dave Smith (1–3) None 35,315 27–23
51 June 6 @ Astros 6–7 Vern Ruhle (4–3) Warren Brusstar (2–2) None 21,374 27–24
52 June 7 Cubs 7–5 Sid Monge (3–0) Lee Smith (1–1) Ed Farmer (6) 30,146 28–24
53 June 8 Cubs 5–2 Marty Bystrom (1–0) Tom Filer (0–1) Sparky Lyle (2) 30,289 29–24
54 June 9 Cubs 4–2 Steve Carlton (7–6) Ferguson Jenkins (3–8) None 31,099 30–24
55 June 11 Pirates 0–1 Kent Tekulve (4–2) Larry Christenson (3–4) None 30,870 30–25
56 June 12 Pirates 2–9 Manny Sarmiento (2–0) Mike Krukow (4–5) None 28,665 30–26
June 13 Pirates Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 9 as a traditional double-header
57 June 14 @ Cubs 11–12 Ferguson Jenkins (4–8) Steve Carlton (7–7) None 10,797 30–27
58 June 15 @ Cubs 5–8 Doug Bird (4–6) Dick Ruthven (5–4) Mike Proly (1) 8,639 30–28
59 June 16 @ Cubs 6–7 (11) Dick Tidrow (2–1) Warren Brusstar (2–3) None 9,377 30–29
60 June 17 @ Pirates 4–3 (11) Ron Reed (2–1) Rod Scurry (4–4) None 9,405 31–29
61 June 18 @ Pirates 8–3 Mike Krukow (5–5) Manny Sarmiento (2–1) None 23,320 32–29
62 June 19 @ Pirates 8–3 Steve Carlton (8–7) Don Robinson (6–3) None 13,065 33–29
63 June 20 @ Pirates 1–3 Kent Tekulve (5–2) Dick Ruthven (5–5) None 25,791 33–30
64 June 21 @ Cardinals 5–7 Bruce Sutter (6–5) Ron Reed (2–2) None 19,141 33–31
65 June 22 @ Cardinals 2–3 John Stuper (2–0) Sparky Lyle (2–2) None 19,672 33–32
66 June 23 @ Cardinals 7–1 Mike Krukow (6–5) Steve Mura (5–6) None 19,882 34–32
67 June 24 @ Cardinals 10–2 Steve Carlton (9–7) Bob Forsch (8–3) None 33,032 35–32
68 June 25 (1) Mets 1–0 Dick Ruthven (6–5) Pete Falcone (4–4) None see 2nd game 36–32
69 June 25 (2) Mets 5–3 Ed Farmer (2–4) Pat Zachry (4–3) Tug McGraw (1) 36,775 37–32
70 June 26 (1) Mets 4–3 Marty Bystrom (2–0) Randy Jones (6–7) None see 2nd game 38–32
71 June 26 (2) Mets 7–4 Tug McGraw (1–0) Neil Allen (2–4) None 45,513 39–32
72 June 27 Mets 8–3 Mike Krukow (7–5) Craig Swan (5–3) None 43,134 40–32
73 June 28 Cardinals 1–0 Steve Carlton (10–7) Steve Mura (5–7) None 34,440 41–32
74 June 29 Cardinals 3–15 Joaquín Andújar (7–5) Dick Ruthven (6–6) None 23,850 41–33
75 June 30 Cardinals 6–3 Larry Christenson (4–4) Bob Forsch (8–4) Tug McGraw (2) 31,403 42–33
July (16–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
76 July 2 @ Mets 4–8 Craig Swan (6–3) Marty Bystrom (2–1) Terry Leach (1) 17,528 42–34
July 3 @ Mets Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 4 as a traditional double-header
77 July 4 (1) @ Mets 9–7 Steve Carlton (11–7) Charlie Puleo (6–5) None see 2nd game 43–34
78 July 4 (2) @ Mets 7–2 Mike Krukow (8–5) Randy Jones (6–8) None 20,897 44–34
79 July 5 Giants 1–3 Bill Laskey (7–5) Dick Ruthven (6–7) None 63,501 44–35
80 July 6 Giants 3–2 Sparky Lyle (3–2) Fred Breining (4–2) Tug McGraw (3) 22,470 45–35
81 July 7 Padres 3–5 Tim Lollar (9–2) Marty Bystrom (2–2) Luis DeLeón (7) 26,695 45–36
82 July 8 Padres 3–5 John Montefusco (7–4) Mike Krukow (8–6) Eric Show (3) 24,765 45–37
83 July 9 Dodgers 4–6 (11) Dave Stewart (5–4) Tug McGraw (1–1) None 40,037 45–38
84 July 10 Dodgers 4–2 Dick Ruthven (7–7) Bob Welch (9–6) None 41,268 46–38
85 July 11 Dodgers 4–3 Larry Christenson (5–4) Fernando Valenzuela (12–7) Ron Reed (1) 48,773 47–38
July 13 1982 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Olympic Stadium in Montreal
86 July 15 @ Giants 2–1 Mike Krukow (9–6) Rich Gale (3–9) Tug McGraw (4) 8,004 48–38
87 July 16 @ Giants 1–0 Steve Carlton (12–7) Bill Laskey (7–7) None 7,720 49–38
88 July 17 @ Giants 5–3 (11) Ron Reed (3–2) Fred Breining (4–3) Sid Monge (1) 30,790 50–38
89 July 18 @ Giants 3–4 Atlee Hammaker (7–5) Larry Christenson (5–5) None 15,657 50–39
90 July 19 @ Padres 7–6 Sid Monge (4–0) John Curtis (6–6) Ron Reed (2) 33,558 51–39
91 July 20 @ Padres 0–2 John Montefusco (8–5) Steve Carlton (12–8) Luis DeLeón (9) 16,020 51–40
92 July 21 @ Padres 7–1 Dick Ruthven (8–7) Tim Lollar (10–4) None 16,984 52–40
93 July 23 @ Dodgers 6–3 Porfi Altamirano (2–0) Dave Stewart (5–5) Ron Reed (3) 47,684 53–40
94 July 24 @ Dodgers 2–3 Bob Welch (10–7) Marty Bystrom (2–3) Steve Howe (10) 49,110 53–41
95 July 25 @ Dodgers 1–0 Steve Carlton (13–8) Jerry Reuss (10–8) None 46,623 54–41
96 July 27 @ Pirates 0–4 Larry McWilliams (7–4) Dick Ruthven (8–8) Rod Scurry (7) 23,609 54–42
97 July 28 @ Pirates 4–3 Larry Christenson (6–5) Rick Rhoden (6–9) Ron Reed (4) 31,867 55–42
98 July 29 Cubs 3–2 Mike Krukow (10–6) Dick Tidrow (4–2) Ron Reed (5) 33,724 56–42
99 July 30 Cubs 3–1 Steve Carlton (14–8) Ferguson Jenkins (6–12) None 33,165 57–42
100 July 31 Cubs 2–0 Marty Bystrom (3–3) Allen Ripley (3–4) Porfi Altamirano (1) 50,203 58–42
August (15–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
101 August 1 Cubs 2–7 Dickie Noles (7–9) Dick Ruthven (8–9) None 57,652 58–43
102 August 2 Expos 2–1 Larry Christenson (7–5) Bill Gullickson (8–9) Tug McGraw (5) 34,542 59–43
103 August 3 Expos 3–2 Mike Krukow (11–6) David Palmer (5–4) Ron Reed (6) 34,306 60–43
104 August 4 Expos 5–4 Steve Carlton (15–8) Scott Sanderson (6–10) None 36,814 61–43
105 August 5 Expos 2–9 Charlie Lea (8–6) Marty Bystrom (3–4) Bryn Smith (2) 52,327 61–44
106 August 6 @ Cubs 2–4 Allen Ripley (4–4) Dick Ruthven (8–10) Lee Smith (4) 17,163 61–45
107 August 7 @ Cubs 2–3 Dickie Noles (8–9) Larry Christenson (7–6) Lee Smith (5) 25,871 61–46
108 August 8 @ Cubs 5–8 Dick Tidrow (5–2) Tug McGraw (1–2) Lee Smith (6) 28,279 61–47
109 August 9 (1) Pirates 4–3 Steve Carlton (16–8) Kent Tekulve (7–6) None see 2nd game 62–47
110 August 9 (2) Pirates 6–9[a] Enrique Romo (7–2) Ron Reed (3–3) Kent Tekulve (17) 51,568 62–48
111 August 10 Pirates 9–5 Marty Bystrom (4–4) Manny Sarmiento (5–2) None 36,825 63–48
112 August 11 Pirates 4–1 Sid Monge (5–0) Rick Rhoden (6–11) Ron Reed (7) 27,202 64–48
113 August 12 (1) @ Expos 3–6 Bill Gullickson (9–9) Larry Christenson (7–7) Jeff Reardon (18) see 2nd game 64–49
114 August 12 (2) @ Expos 7–8 Woodie Fryman (7–2) Sparky Lyle (3–3) None 55,097 64–50
115 August 13 @ Expos 2–3 Bryn Smith (1–1) Mike Krukow (11–7) Jeff Reardon (19) 48,237 64–51
116 August 14 @ Expos 15–11 Jerry Reed (1–0) Jeff Reardon (4–2) None 50,572 65–51
117 August 15 @ Expos 3–1 Marty Bystrom (5–4) Steve Rogers (14–6) Ron Reed (8) 59,094 66–51
118 August 17 @ Astros 0–2 Vern Ruhle (7–8) Larry Christenson (7–8) None 19,725 66–52
119 August 18 @ Astros 5–3 (15) Tug McGraw (2–2) Mike LaCoss (4–5) None 18,449 67–52
120 August 19 @ Astros 6–7 (11) Dave Smith (2–4) Sid Monge (5–1) None 18,797 67–53
121 August 20 @ Reds 9–2 Dick Ruthven (9–10) Greg A. Harris (2–4) None 17,638 68–53
122 August 21 @ Reds 3–10 Bob Shirley (5–9) Marty Bystrom (5–5) None 24,099 68–54
123 August 22 @ Reds 8–2 Larry Christenson (8–8) Mario Soto (10–9) None 21,670 69–54
124 August 23 @ Braves 3–4 Rick Camp (9–7) Ron Reed (3–4) None 16,224 69–55
125 August 24 @ Braves 7–9 Phil Niekro (12–3) Steve Carlton (16–9) Gene Garber (24) 22,709 69–56
126 August 25 @ Braves 11–9 (10) Ron Reed (4–4) Gene Garber (6–7) None 23,955 70–56
127 August 27 Reds 1–8 Mario Soto (11–9) Larry Christenson (8–9) None 34,429 70–57
128 August 28 Reds 7–1 Mike Krukow (12–7) Frank Pastore (7–10) None 38,333 71–57
129 August 29 Reds 3–1 Steve Carlton (17–9) Bruce Berenyi (8–14) None 39,237 72–57
130 August 30 (1) Braves 6–1 Dick Ruthven (10–10) Pascual Pérez (0–3) None see 2nd game 73–57
131 August 30 (2) Braves 9–11 (12) Steve Bedrosian (7–6) Tug McGraw (2–3) Donnie Moore (1) 43,854 73–58
132 August 31 Braves 0–3 Tommy Boggs (2–0) Ed Farmer (2–5) Gene Garber (26) 29,380 73–59
September (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 Braves 0–4 Rick Camp (11–7) Mike Krukow (12–8) Gene Garber (27) 24,788 73–60
134 September 3 Astros 2–1 Steve Carlton (18–9) Joe Niekro (13–10) None 28,320 74–60
135 September 4 Astros 4–2 Sid Monge (6–1) Bob Knepper (5–14) Ron Reed (9) 35,747 75–60
136 September 5 Astros 4–3 Porfi Altamirano (3–0) Nolan Ryan (14–10) Ron Reed (10) 33,983 76–60
137 September 6 @ Cubs 3–4 Doug Bird (9–11) Mike Krukow (12–9) Lee Smith (12) 23,510 76–61
138 September 7 @ Cubs 7–5 Tug McGraw (3–3) Bill Campbell (3–5) None 7,003 77–61
139 September 8 @ Cubs 4–3 Steve Carlton (19–9) Dick Tidrow (6–3) Ron Reed (11) 8,233 78–61
140 September 10 @ Pirates 7–5 Dick Ruthven (11–10) John Candelaria (12–6) Sid Monge (2) 15,596 79–61
141 September 11 @ Pirates 9–10 Kent Tekulve (11–8) Ron Reed (4–5) None 19,842 79–62
142 September 12 @ Pirates 2–4 Rick Rhoden (10–12) Larry Christenson (8–10) Kent Tekulve (19) 19,089 79–63
143 September 13 Cardinals 2–0 Steve Carlton (20–9) Bob Forsch (14–9) None 40,109 80–63
144 September 14 Cardinals 0–2 John Stuper (7–6) Mike Krukow (12–10) Bruce Sutter (32) 32,854 80–64
145 September 15 Cardinals 0–8 Joaquín Andújar (13–10) John Denny (6–12) None 33,337 80–65
146 September 17 Pirates 2–4 Rick Rhoden (11–12) Steve Carlton (20–10) Kent Tekulve (20) 37,262 80–66
147 September 18 Pirates 5–4 Sid Monge (7–1) Don Robinson (15–11) Ron Reed (12) 31,468 81–66
148 September 19 Pirates 1–8 Manny Sarmiento (8–3) Mike Krukow (12–11) None 37,352 81–67
149 September 20 @ Cardinals 1–4 Joaquín Andújar (14–10) John Denny (6–13) Bruce Sutter (34) 35,899 81–68
150 September 21 @ Cardinals 5–2 Steve Carlton (21–10) Eric Rasmussen (0–1) None 38,942 82–68
151 September 22 @ Expos 4–11 Bill Gullickson (12–12) Dick Ruthven (11–11) None 18,123 82–69
152 September 23 @ Expos 2–0 (11) Ron Reed (5–5) Steve Rogers (17–8) Porfi Altamirano (2) 14,762 83–69
153 September 24 @ Mets 2–1 Mike Krukow (13–11) Walt Terrell (0–2) Ron Reed (13) 7,661 84–69
154 September 25 @ Mets 1–2 Craig Swan (11–7) Steve Carlton (21–11) None 8,870 84–70
155 September 26 @ Mets 4–6 Charlie Puleo (9–9) Ed Farmer (2–6) None 16,384 84–71
156 September 27 Cubs 1–8 Randy Martz (11–10) Marty Bystrom (5–6) None 15,744 84–72
157 September 28 Cubs 3–2 Larry Christenson (9–10) Doug Bird (9–14) Ron Reed (14) 14,431 85–72
158 September 29 Expos 4–0 Steve Carlton (22–11) Bryn Smith (2–4) None 16,024 86–72
159 September 30 Expos 5–4 Porfi Altamirano (4–0) Jeff Reardon (7–4) None 15,439 87–72
October (2–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
160 October 1 Mets 0–1 (10) Terry Leach (2–1) Porfi Altamirano (4–1) None 16,072 87–73
161 October 2 Mets 4–3 Porfi Altamirano (5–1) Pat Zachry (6–9) None 32,729 88–73
162 October 3 Mets 4–1 Steve Carlton (23–11) Ed Lynch (4–8) None 19,383 89–73
^[a] The August 9 game was suspended in the bottom of the 8th with the score 6–9 and was completed August 10, 1982.[19]

Roster

1982 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
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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 Bo Díaz 144 525 151 .288 18 85
1B Pete Rose 162 634 172 .271 3 54
2B Manny Trillo 149 549 149 .271 0 39
3B Mike Schmidt 148 514 144 .280 35 87
SS Iván DeJesús 161 536 128 .239 3 59
LF Gary Matthews 162 616 173 .281 19 83
CF Garry Maddox 119 412 117 .284 8 61
RF George Vukovich 123 335 91 .272 6 42

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
Bob Dernier 122 370 92 .249 4 21
Greg Gross 119 134 40 .299 0 10
Ozzie Virgil 49 101 24 .238 3 8
Bill Robinson 35 69 18 .261 3 19
Dick Davis 28 68 19 .279 2 7
Luis Aguayo 50 56 15 .268 3 7
Len Matuszek 25 39 3 .077 0 3
Dave Roberts 28 33 6 .182 0 2
Julio Franco 16 29 8 .276 0 3
Willie Montañez 18 16 1 .063 0 1
Bob Molinaro 19 14 4 .286 0 2
Del Unser 19 14 0 .000 0 0
Alejandro Sánchez 7 14 4 .286 2 4

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 38 295.2 23 11 3.10 286
Larry Christenson 33 223.0 9 10 3.47 145
Mike Krukow 33 208.0 13 11 3.12 138
Dick Ruthven 33 204.1 11 11 3.79 115
Marty Bystrom 19 89.0 5 6 4.85 50
John Denny 4 22.1 0 2 4.03 19

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
Jay Baller 4 8.0 0 0 3.38 7

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
Ron Reed 57 5 5 14 2.66 57
Ed Farmer 47 2 6 6 4.86 58
Sid Monge 47 7 1 2 3.75 43
Tug McGraw 34 3 3 5 4.31 25
Sparky Lyle 34 3 3 2 5.15 12
Porfi Altamirano 29 5 1 2 4.15 26
Warren Brusstar 22 2 3 2 4.76 11
Stan Bahnsen 8 0 0 0 1.35 9
Jerry Reed 7 1 0 0 5.19 1

Awards and honors

1982 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Oklahoma City 89ers American Association Ron Clark, Cot Deal and Tony Taylor
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League John Felske
A Peninsula Pilots Carolina League Bill Dancy
A Spartanburg Traders South Atlantic League Tony Taylor and P. J. Carey
A-Short Season Bend Phillies Northwest League Roly de Armas
Rookie Helena Phillies Pioneer League Ron Smith

Notes

  1. ^ Great Baseball Feats, Facts and Figures, 2008 Edition, p.98, David Nemec and Scott Flatow, A Signet Book, Penguin Group, New York, ISBN 978-0-451-22363-0
  2. ^ Great Baseball Feats, Facts and Figures, 2008 Edition, p.234, David Nemec and Scott Flatow, A Signet Book, Penguin Group, New York, ISBN 978-0-451-22363-0
  3. ^ Bob Boone at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Dickie Noles at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ Ryne Sandberg at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ Bake McBride at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ Tony Gwynn at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ "Box Score of Game played on Monday, July 19, 1982 at Jack Murphy Stadium".
  9. ^ Tim Corcoran at Baseball Reference
  10. ^ Rowland Office at Baseball Reference
  11. ^ Bruce Ruffin at Baseball Reference
  12. ^ Del Unser at Baseball Reference
  13. ^ Dick Davis at Baseball Reference
  14. ^ Wayne Nordhagen at Baseball Reference
  15. ^ Willie Montañez at Baseball Reference
  16. ^ Sparky Lyle at Baseball Reference
  17. ^ Roy Smith at Baseball Reference
  18. ^ "1982 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  19. ^ "Aug 9, 1982, Pirates at Phillies Box Score and Play by Play". baseball-reference.com. sports-reference.com. Retrieved November 8, 2014.
  20. ^ 1982 All-Star Game

References

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