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1990 Philadelphia Phillies season

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Offseason

Regular season

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Mike
Schmidt

3B
Retired 1990[6]

Terry Mulholland pitched the eighth no-hitter of the 1990 season on August 15 as the Phillies beat the San Francisco Giants, 6–0. The season's eighth no-hitter surpassed the modern record of seven set in 1917 and 1908. Mulholland's no-hitter was the first in the 20th century by a Phillies' pitcher in Philadelphia, and was also the first nine-inning no-hitter pitched at Veterans Stadium. The game was played in two hours and nine minutes and attendance was 32,156.[7]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Pittsburgh Pirates 95 67 0.586 49–32 46–35
New York Mets 91 71 0.562 4 52–29 39–42
Montreal Expos 85 77 0.525 10 47–34 38–43
Chicago Cubs 77 85 0.475 18 39–42 38–43
Philadelphia Phillies 77 85 0.475 18 41–40 36–45
St. Louis Cardinals 70 92 0.432 25 34–47 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 6–6 8–10 5–13 6–12 6–6 4–8 5–7 5–7 8–10 5–13 7–5
Chicago 6–6 4–8 6–6 3–9 11–7 9–9 11–7 4–14 8–4 7–5 8–10
Cincinnati 10–8 8–4 11–7 9–9 9–3 6–6 7–5 6–6 9–9 7–11 9–3
Houston 13–5 6–6 7–11 9–9 5–7 5–7 5–7 5–7 4–14 10–8 6–6
Los Angeles 12–6 9–3 9–9 9–9 6–6 5–7 8–4 4–8 9–9 8–10 7–5
Montreal 6–6 7–11 3–9 7–5 6–6 8–10 10–8 13–5 7–5 7–5 11–7
New York 8–4 9–9 6–6 7–5 7–5 10–8 10–8 10–8 5–7 7–5 12–6
Philadelphia 7-5 7–11 5–7 7–5 4–8 8–10 8–10 6–12 7–5 8–4 10–8
Pittsburgh 7–5 14–4 6–6 7–5 8–4 5–13 8–10 12–6 10–2 8–4 10–8
San Diego 10–8 4–8 9–9 14–4 9–9 5–7 7–5 5–7 2–10 7–11 3–9
San Francisco 13–5 5–7 11–7 8–10 10–8 5–7 5–7 4–8 4–8 11–7 9–3
St. Louis 5–7 10–8 3–9 6–6 5–7 7–11 6–12 8–10 8–10 9–3 3–9


Notable transactions

1990 Game Log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1990 Game Log[13]
Overall Record: 77–85
April (10–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 10 @ Cubs 1–2 Les Lancaster (1–0) Jeff Parrett (0–1) Mitch Williams (1) 7,791 0–1
April 11 @ Cubs Postponed (rain); Makeup: April 12 as a traditional double-header
2 April 12 (1) @ Cubs 5–4 Terry Mulholland (1–0) Steve Wilson (0–1) Roger McDowell (1) see 2nd game 1–1
3 April 12 (2) @ Cubs 3–6 José Núñez (1–0) Pat Combs (0–1) Mitch Williams (2) 7,717 1–2
4 April 13 Cardinals 0–11 John Tudor (1–0) Ken Howell (0–1) Bob Tewksbury (1) 32,173 1–3
5 April 14 Cardinals 6–2 Bruce Ruffin (1–0) Joe Magrane (0–1) Jeff Parrett (1) 15,613 2–3
6 April 15 Cardinals 4–0 Dennis Cook (1–0) Bryn Smith (1–1) Roger McDowell (2) 14,435 3–3
7 April 16 @ Expos 4–5 Joe Hesketh (1–0) Jeff Parrett (0–2) Steve Frey (2) 11,063 3–4
8 April 17 @ Expos 1–2 Drew Hall (1–1) Todd Frohwirth (0–1) Steve Frey (3) 8,406 3–5
9 April 18 @ Expos 4–3 Ken Howell (1–1) Kevin Gross (0–1) Roger McDowell (3) 10,096 4–5
10 April 19 Expos 0–5 Dennis Martínez (2–0) Bruce Ruffin (1–1) None 8,417 4–6
11 April 20 @ Cardinals 3–0 Dennis Cook (2–0) Bryn Smith (1–2) None 29,343 5–6
12 April 21 @ Cardinals 7–6 (10) Roger McDowell (1–0) Scott Terry (0–1) None 39,798 6–6
13 April 22 @ Cardinals 5–3 Pat Combs (1–1) Ricky Horton (0–1) Roger McDowell (4) 36,819 7–6
14 April 24 Reds 6–3 Ken Howell (2–1) José Rijo (0–1) Roger McDowell (5) 19,161 8–6
15 April 25 Reds 7–12 Rick Mahler (1–0) Bruce Ruffin (1–2) None 18,497 8–7
16 April 27 @ Braves 7–1 Dennis Cook (3–0) Mike Stanton (0–3) None 12,598 9–7
17 April 28 @ Braves 2–1 Jeff Parrett (1–2) Joe Boever (0–1) Roger McDowell (6) 12,659 10–7
18 April 29 @ Braves 1–3 Pete Smith (2–1) Pat Combs (1–2) None 11,966 10–8
19 April 30 @ Reds 2–6 José Rijo (1–1) Ken Howell (2–2) Rob Dibble (3) 17,294 10–9
May (14–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
20 May 1 @ Reds 4–2 Bruce Ruffin (2–2) Tim Birtsas (1–1) Roger McDowell (7) 16,926 11–9
21 May 2 Astros 14–4 Dennis Cook (4–0) Jim Clancy (1–1) None 15,196 12–9
22 May 3 Astros 3–10 Bill Gullickson (2–1) Terry Mulholland (1–1) Dave Smith (8) 13,653 12–10
23 May 4 Dodgers 8–3 Don Carman (1–0) Ramón Martínez (2–1) None 8,926 13–10
24 May 5 Dodgers 0–3 Mike Morgan (4–1) Ken Howell (2–3) None 25,290 13–11
25 May 6 Dodgers 9–5 Don Carman (2–0) Mike Munoz (0–1) None 38,167 14–11
26 May 8 @ Astros 2–3 (10) Dave Smith (1–2) Dickie Noles (0–1) None 12,909 14–12
27 May 9 @ Astros 10–1 Pat Combs (2–2) Mike Scott (1–3) None 11,257 15–12
28 May 11 Giants 10–6 Ken Howell (3–3) John Burkett (2–1) None 26,750 16–12
29 May 12 Giants 2–6 Scott Garrelts (1–3) Bruce Ruffin (2–3) Jeff Brantley (3) 24,272 16–13
30 May 13 Giants 4–1 Dennis Cook (5–0) Rick Reuschel (2–4) None 19,631 17–13
31 May 14 @ Padres 1–5 Andy Benes (3–3) Pat Combs (2–3) None 16,389 17–14
32 May 15 @ Padres 2–1 Terry Mulholland (2–1) Dennis Rasmussen (3–2) Roger McDowell (8) 22,596 18–14
33 May 16 @ Padres 6–5 Ken Howell (4–3) Ed Whitson (3–2) Roger McDowell (9) 17,710 19–14
34 May 18 @ Dodgers 2–4 Tim Belcher (3–3) Bruce Ruffin (2–4) Jay Howell (1) 34,274 19–15
35 May 19 @ Dodgers 15–12 (11) Roger McDowell (2–0) Jay Howell (1–2) None 44,703 20–15
36 May 20 @ Dodgers 3–6 Ramón Martínez (4–2) Pat Combs (2–4) Mike Hartley (1) 45,770 20–16
37 May 21 @ Giants 5–2 Terry Mulholland (3–1) Scott Garrelts (1–4) Roger McDowell (10) 11,263 21–16
38 May 22 @ Giants 4–2 Ken Howell (5–3) Rick Reuschel (2–5) Roger McDowell (11) 8,799 22–16
39 May 24 Braves 8–4 Bruce Ruffin (3–4) Marty Clary (1–3) Marvin Freeman (1) 21,160 23–16
40 May 25 Braves 5–4 Jeff Parrett (2–2) Joe Hesketh (1–1) Roger McDowell (12) 22,162 24–16
41 May 26 Braves 3–12 Pete Smith (4–3) Pat Combs (2–5) None 56,789 24–17
42 May 27 Braves 1–6 John Smoltz (3–4) Terry Mulholland (3–2) None 27,139 24–18
43 May 28 Padres 5–9 Mark Grant (1–0) Jeff Parrett (2–3) None 18,390 24–19
May 29 Padres Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 1 as a traditional double-header
44 May 30 Padres 3–8 Andy Benes (5–4) Bruce Ruffin (3–5) Greg W. Harris (2) 21,375 24–20
June (11–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
45 June 1 Mets 0–4 Frank Viola (8–2) Dennis Cook (5–1) None 34,457 24–21
46 June 2 Mets 5–4 Ken Howell (6–3) Dwight Gooden (3–5) Roger McDowell (13) 41,950 25–21
47 June 3 Mets 8–3 Pat Combs (3–5) Sid Fernandez (3–5) None 43,643 26–21
48 June 4 @ Cardinals 2–3 (11) Frank DiPino (2–0) Marvin Freeman (0–1) None 29,937 26–22
49 June 5 @ Cardinals 9–6 Don Carman (3–0) Scott Terry (0–4) None 26,522 27–22
50 June 6 @ Cardinals 11–12 (10) Frank DiPino (3–0) Roger McDowell (2–1) None 28,319 27–23
51 June 7 @ Cubs 3–1 Ken Howell (7–3) Mike Bielecki (3–4) None 29,271 28–23
52 June 8 @ Cubs 2–15 Jeff Pico (2–0) Terry Mulholland (3–3) None 32,219 28–24
53 June 9 @ Cubs 3–4 (11) Les Lancaster (5–2) Jeff Parrett (2–4) None 33,266 28–25
54 June 10 @ Cubs 3–7 Steve Wilson (1–4) Bruce Ruffin (3–6) Les Lancaster (2) 32,187 28–26
55 June 11 (1) Expos 0–5 Kevin Gross (8–4) Dennis Cook (5–2) None see 2nd game 28–27
56 June 11 (2) Expos 2–3 Drew Hall (4–6) Jeff Parrett (2–5) Dave Schmidt (5) 22,700 28–28
57 June 12 Expos 7–2 Ken Howell (8–3) Zane Smith (3–4) None 19,169 29–28
58 June 13 Expos 3–4 (10) Dave Schmidt (2–0) Roger McDowell (2–2) Drew Hall (3) 18,655 29–29
June 14 Cubs Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 15 as a traditional double-header
59 June 15 (1) Cubs 6–5 (10) Darrel Akerfelds (1–0) José Núñez (1–5) None see 2nd game 30–29
60 June 15 (2) Cubs 7–0 Bruce Ruffin (4–6) Mike Bielecki (3–6) None 26,098 31–29
61 June 16 Cubs 2–1 Darrel Akerfelds (2–0) Greg Maddux (4–7) None 32,023 32–29
62 June 17 Cubs 3–5 Jeff Pico (3–0) Jeff Parrett (2–6) Les Lancaster (3) 30,338 32–30
June 18 Pirates Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 6 as a traditional double-header
63 June 19 Pirates 2–1 (10) Don Carman (4–0) Bill Landrum (2–1) None 29,781 33–30
64 June 20 Pirates 7–2 Bruce Ruffin (5–6) Bob Patterson (4–3) None 40,256 34–30
65 June 22 @ Mets 1–5 Frank Viola (10–3) Ken Howell (8–4) None 43,587 34–31
66 June 23 @ Mets 0–3 Dwight Gooden (6–5) Pat Combs (3–6) None 45,661 34–32
67 June 24 @ Mets 5–6 Jeff Innis (1–1) Roger McDowell (2–3) None 47,836 34–33
68 June 25 @ Pirates 0–5 Rick Reed (1–0) José DeJesús (0–1) None 29,369 34–34
69 June 26 @ Pirates 0–1 Scott Ruskin (2–1) Bruce Ruffin (5–7) Stan Belinda (2) 25,807 34–35
70 June 27 @ Pirates 3–5 Bob Kipper (2–1) Ken Howell (8–5) Bill Landrum (11) 40,207 34–36
71 June 29 Astros 2–0 Pat Combs (4–6) Bill Gullickson (5–6) None 26,339 35–36
72 June 30 Astros 3–8 Mike Scott (6–7) Marvin Freeman (0–2) Juan Agosto (1) 27,111 35–37
July (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
73 July 1 Astros 8–4 Roger McDowell (3–3) Larry Andersen (4–2) None 27,014 36–37
74 July 2 Astros 5–1 Bruce Ruffin (6–7) Jim Deshaies (4–6) Darrel Akerfelds (1) 32,349 37–37
75 July 3 Braves 5–1 Jeff Parrett (3–6) Marty Clary (1–4) Dennis Cook (1) 55,147 38–37
76 July 4 Braves 1–4 Tom Glavine (5–5) Pat Combs (4–7) Joe Boever (8) 18,286 38–38
77 July 5 Reds 2–9 Jack Armstrong (11–3) Ken Howell (8–6) None 19,961 38–39
78 July 6 Reds 1–4 Danny Jackson (3–2) José DeJesús (0–2) Randy Myers (17) 28,501 38–40
79 July 7 Reds 0–5 Rick Mahler (3–3) Bruce Ruffin (6–8) None 29,515 38–41
80 July 8 Reds 4–3 Darrel Akerfelds (3–0) Norm Charlton (6–3) None 31,602 39–41
July 10 1990 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Wrigley Field in Chicago
81 July 12 @ Astros 4–7 Bill Gullickson (6–6) Bruce Ruffin (6–9) Dave Smith (17) 16,983 39–42
82 July 13 @ Astros 4–2 José DeJesús (1–2) Mike Scott (6–9) Darrel Akerfelds (2) 15,248 40–42
83 July 14 @ Astros 12–8 Pat Combs (5–7) Jim Deshaies (4–8) None 28,308 41–42
84 July 15 @ Astros 1–6 Danny Darwin (3–1) Jeff Parrett (3–7) None 19,616 41–43
85 July 16 @ Braves 7–2 Terry Mulholland (4–3) Marty Clary (1–6) None 8,211 42–43
86 July 17 @ Braves 10–14 Tom Glavine (6–6) Bruce Ruffin (6–10) Kent Mercker (1) 8,558 42–44
87 July 18 @ Braves 4–3 Dennis Cook (6–2) John Smoltz (6–7) Darrel Akerfelds (3) 8,706 43–44
88 July 19 @ Reds 5–2 Pat Combs (6–7) Jack Armstrong (11–5) Roger McDowell (14) 37,163 44–44
89 July 20 @ Reds 1–5 Norm Charlton (8–4) Jeff Parrett (3–8) Rob Dibble (8) 39,394 44–45
90 July 21 @ Reds 1–6 José Rijo (6–3) Terry Mulholland (4–4) Rick Mahler (2) 34,506 44–46
91 July 22 @ Reds 6–2 José DeJesús (2–2) Scott Scudder (2–3) None 33,658 45–46
92 July 23 Mets 7–4 Darrel Akerfelds (4–0) Frank Viola (13–5) Roger McDowell (15) 39,260 46–46
93 July 24 Mets 4–7 Julio Machado (3–1) Roger McDowell (3–4) John Franco (22) 43,235 46–47
94 July 25 Mets 9–10 Sid Fernandez (7–6) Jeff Parrett (3–9) John Franco (23) 40,079 46–48
95 July 26 @ Pirates 12–4 Terry Mulholland (5–4) Neal Heaton (10–7) None 24,088 47–48
96 July 27 @ Pirates 5–3 Dennis Cook (7–2) Rick Reed (2–2) Joe Boever (9) 29,117 48–48
97 July 28 @ Pirates 4–3 Jeff Parrett (4–9) Bill Landrum (3–2) Joe Boever (10) 37,022 49–48
98 July 29 @ Pirates 1–2 Doug Drabek (13–4) Pat Combs (6–8) None 33,018 49–49
99 July 31 Cardinals 2–4 John Tudor (10–3) Ken Howell (8–7) Lee Smith (21) 25,463 49–50
August (11–19)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
100 August 1 Cardinals 11–10 Terry Mulholland (6–4) Ken Hill (1–1) Roger McDowell (16) 23,142 50–50
101 August 2 Cardinals 3–4 Bob Tewksbury (6–3) José DeJesús (2–3) Lee Smith (22) 21,898 50–51
102 August 3 Pirates 0–11 Doug Drabek (14–4) Bruce Ruffin (6–11) None 36,057 50–52
103 August 4 Pirates 1–3 (10) Bob Patterson (8–3) Roger McDowell (3–5) Ted Power (6) 45,305 50–53
104 August 5 Pirates 8–6 Don Carman (5–0) Scott Ruskin (2–2) Joe Boever (11) 40,142 51–53
105 August 6 (1) Pirates 1–10 Randy Tomlin (1–0) Terry Mulholland (6–5) None see 2nd game 51–54
106 August 6 (2) Pirates 3–4 (10) Bill Landrum (4–2) Roger McDowell (3–6) None 30,827 51–55
107 August 7 @ Mets 9–0 José DeJesús (3–3) Frank Viola (15–6) None 33,120 52–55
108 August 8 @ Mets 4–8 David Cone (8–5) Don Carman (5–1) None 41,204 52–56
109 August 9 @ Mets 4–5 Bob Ojeda (6–5) Darrel Akerfelds (4–1) John Franco (25) 39,240 52–57
110 August 10 @ Expos 3–4 Oil Can Boyd (7–4) Terry Mulholland (6–6) Steve Frey (5) 17,904 52–58
111 August 11 @ Expos 4–5 (12) Bill Sampen (9–4) Don Carman (5–2) None 23,708 52–59
112 August 12 @ Expos 3–6 Chris Nabholz (1–0) José DeJesús (3–4) Tim Burke (14) 29,186 52–60
113 August 14 Giants 4–3 (13) Dennis Cook (8–2) Steve Bedrosian (5–7) None 29,538 53–60
114 August 15 Giants 6–0 Terry Mulholland (7–6) Don Robinson (8–4) None 32,156 54–60
115 August 16 Giants 6–4 Roger McDowell (4–6) Mark Thurmond (2–3) None 37,340 55–60
116 August 17 @ Padres 2–1 José DeJesús (4–4) Calvin Schiraldi (3–5) None 18,488 56–60
117 August 18 @ Padres 2–4 Andy Benes (9–8) Tommy Greene (1–1) Craig Lefferts (19) 35,145 56–61
118 August 19 @ Padres 3–2 Joe Boever (2–3) Dennis Rasmussen (8–12) Roger McDowell (17) 22,627 57–61
119 August 20 @ Dodgers 1–2 Jim Gott (1–2) Terry Mulholland (7–7) None 28,112 57–62
120 August 21 @ Dodgers 12–11 Roger McDowell (5–6) Tim Crews (1–4) Don Carman (1) 39,682 58–62
121 August 22 @ Dodgers 2–3 Jim Gott (2–2) Joe Boever (2–4) None 27,934 58–63
122 August 23 @ Giants 3–6 Francisco Oliveras (1–2) Dennis Cook (8–3) Steve Bedrosian (9) 13,918 58–64
123 August 24 @ Giants 2–13 Mike LaCoss (4–2) Pat Combs (6–9) None 15,961 58–65
124 August 25 @ Giants 2–4 Don Robinson (10–4) Terry Mulholland (7–8) Jeff Brantley (18) 28,208 58–66
125 August 26 @ Giants 5–1 Jason Grimsley (1–0) John Burkett (11–5) None 30,208 59–66
126 August 28 Dodgers 1–5 Jim Neidlinger (3–1) José DeJesús (4–5) None 24,296 59–67
127 August 29 Dodgers 2–12 Fernando Valenzuela (12–10) Tommy Greene (1–2) Tim Crews (5) 18,545 59–68
128 August 30 Dodgers 2–3 Ramón Martínez (16–6) Joe Boever (2–5) Dave Walsh (1) 24,160 59–69
129 August 31 Padres 4–2 Roger McDowell (6–6) Atlee Hammaker (4–6) None 23,286 60–69
September (16–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
130 September 1 (1) Padres 3–2 (10) Joe Boever (3–5) Greg W. Harris (7–7) None see 2nd game 61–69
131 September 1 (2) Padres 2–1 Darrel Akerfelds (5–1) Rich Rodriguez (1–1) Roger McDowell (18) 25,008 62–69
132 September 2 Padres 1–9 Ed Whitson (12–7) José DeJesús (4–6) None 33,498 62–70
133 September 3 @ Pirates 1–4 Doug Drabek (18–5) Bruce Ruffin (6–12) None 23,854 62–71
134 September 4 @ Pirates 7–11 Bill Landrum (5–3) Darrel Akerfelds (5–2) Bob Patterson (4) 16,858 62–72
135 September 5 Cubs 4–1 Terry Mulholland (8–8) Steve Wilson (4–8) Roger McDowell (19) 16,177 63–72
136 September 6 Cubs 2–5 José Núñez (2–6) Jason Grimsley (1–1) Mitch Williams (14) 13,849 63–73
137 September 7 Mets 4–1 José DeJesús (5–6) David Cone (11–8) None 29,744 64–73
138 September 8 Mets 2–12 Dwight Gooden (16–6) Bruce Ruffin (6–13) None 37,489 64–74
139 September 9 Mets 6–2 Pat Combs (7–9) Sid Fernandez (9–12) Joe Boever (12) 36,502 65–74
140 September 10 Pirates 2–3 Stan Belinda (3–4) Joe Boever (3–6) None 18,970 65–75
141 September 11 Pirates 1–5 Randy Tomlin (3–2) Jason Grimsley (1–2) None 20,289 65–76
142 September 12 @ Cubs 3–9 Greg Maddux (13–13) José DeJesús (5–7) None 16,258 65–77
143 September 13 @ Cubs 5–6 Paul Assenmacher (5–2) Roger McDowell (6–7) Les Lancaster (6) 15,495 65–78
144 September 14 @ Mets 4–1 Pat Combs (8–9) Sid Fernandez (9–13) None 36,339 66–78
145 September 15 @ Mets 2–4 Frank Viola (19–9) Terry Mulholland (8–9) John Franco (33) 45,202 66–79
146 September 16 @ Mets 8–3 José DeJesús (6–7) David Cone (12–9) None 44,813 67–79
147 September 18 @ Cardinals 6–3 Jason Grimsley (2–2) Bob Tewksbury (10–7) Joe Boever (13) 15,588 68–79
148 September 19 @ Cardinals 8–4 Pat Combs (9–9) Joe Magrane (9–16) None 15,828 69–79
149 September 20 @ Cardinals 4–5 Mike Pérez (1–0) Roger McDowell (6–8) None 14,744 69–80
150 September 21 Expos 5–4 (12) Chuck Malone (1–0) Bill Sampen (11–7) None 23,274 70–80
151 September 22 Expos 3–2 Tommy Greene (2–2) Scott Anderson (0–1) Roger McDowell (20) 17,215 71–80
152 September 23 Expos 2–1 (16) Don Carman (6–2) Howard Farmer (0–3) None 25,715 72–80
153 September 24 Expos 3–0 Pat Combs (10–9) Brian Barnes (0–1) None 11,527 73–80
154 September 25 Cardinals 0–1 Joe Magrane (10–16) Terry Mulholland (8–10) Ken Dayley (2) 13,615 73–81
155 September 26 Cardinals 1–8 Bryn Smith (9–8) José DeJesús (6–8) None 12,443 73–82
156 September 27 Cardinals 4–3 Tommy Greene (3–2) José DeLeón (7–19) Joe Boever (14) 9,119 74–82
157 September 28 @ Expos 5–4 Jason Grimsley (3–2) Oil Can Boyd (10–6) Roger McDowell (21) 8,230 75–82
158 September 29 @ Expos 1–5 Brian Barnes (1–1) Pat Combs (10–10) None 8,985 75–83
159 September 30 @ Expos 2–1 Terry Mulholland (9–10) Chris Nabholz (6–2) None 17,464 76–83
October (1–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
160 October 1 Cubs 7–6 José DeJesús (7–8) Kevin Coffman (0–2) Roger McDowell (22) 9,041 77–83
161 October 2 Cubs 1–3 Mike Bielecki (8–11) Tommy Greene (3–3) Mitch Williams (16) 9,940 77–84
162 October 3 Cubs 3–4 Greg Maddux (15–15) Chuck McElroy (0–1) Paul Assenmacher (10) 11,889 77–85

Roster

1990 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 Darren Daulton 143 459 123 .268 12 57
1B Ricky Jordan 92 324 78 .241 5 44
2B Tom Herr 119 447 118 .264 4 50
SS Dickie Thon 149 552 141 .255 8 48
3B Charlie Hayes 152 561 145 .258 10 57
LF John Kruk 142 443 129 .291 7 67
CF Lenny Dykstra 149 590 192 .325 9 60
RF Von Hayes 129 467 122 .261 17 73

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
Randy Ready 101 217 53 .244 1 26
Dale Murphy 57 214 57 .266 7 28
Carmelo Martínez 71 198 48 .242 8 31
Rod Booker 73 131 29 .221 0 10
Dave Hollins 72 114 21 .184 5 15
Sil Campusano 66 85 18 .212 2 9
Steve Lake 29 80 20 .250 0 6
Mickey Morandini 25 79 19 .241 1 3
Ron Jones 24 58 16 .276 3 7
Jim Vatcher 36 46 12 .261 1 4
Wes Chamberlain 18 46 13 .283 2 4
Tom Nieto 17 30 5 .167 0 4
Darrin Fletcher 9 22 3 .136 0 1
Curt Ford 22 18 2 .111 0 0
Louie Meadows 15 14 1 .071 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
Pat Combs 32 183.1 10 10 4.07 108
Terry Mulholland 33 180.2 9 10 3.34 75
Bruce Ruffin 32 149 6 13 5.38 79
José DeJesús 22 130 7 8 3.74 87
Ken Howell 18 106.2 8 7 4.64 70
Jason Grimsley 11 57.1 3 2 3.30 41

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
Dennis Cook 42 141.2 8 3 3.56 58
Tommy Greene 10 39 2 3 4.15 17
Marvin Freeman 16 32.1 0 2 5.57 26

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
Roger McDowell 72 6 8 22 3.86 39
Darrel Akerfelds 71 5 2 3 3.77 42
Don Carman 59 6 2 1 4.15 58
Jeff Parrett 47 4 9 1 5.18 69
Joe Boever 34 2 3 6 2.15 40
Chuck McElroy 16 0 1 0 7.71 16
Chuck Malone 7 1 0 0 3.68 7
Steve Ontiveros 5 0 0 0 2.70 6
Todd Frohwirth 5 0 1 0 18.00 1
Brad Moore 3 0 0 0 3.38 1
Dickie Noles 1 0 1 0 27.00 0

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 
Red Barons
International League Bill Dancy
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League Don McCormack
A Clearwater Phillies Florida State League Lee Elia
A Spartanburg Phillies South Atlantic League Mel Roberts
A-Short Season Batavia Clippers New York–Penn League Dave Cash, Tony Scott
and Ramón Avilés
Rookie Martinsville Phillies Appalachian League Roly de Armas

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Notes

  1. ^ Steve Stanicek at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Sil Campusano at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Gordon Dillard at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Steve Lake at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ Steve Jeltz at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ The Official Site of The Philadelphia Phillies: History: Jim Bunning
  7. ^ "Phillies' Mulholland Pitches Season's 8th No-Hitter". New York Times. August 16, 1990. Retrieved January 23, 2013.
  8. ^ Dickie Noles at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ Baseball Draft: 1st Round of the 1990 June Draft – Baseball-Reference.com
  10. ^ Marvin Benard at Baseball Reference
  11. ^ Marvin Freeman at Baseball Reference
  12. ^ Dale Murphy at Baseball Reference
  13. ^ "1990 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  14. ^ 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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