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1994 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1994 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record54–61 (.470)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Giles
General manager(s)Lee Thomas
Manager(s)Jim Fregosi
Local televisionWPHL-TV
PRISM
SportsChannel Philadelphia
(Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn, Andy Musser, Chris Wheeler, Garry Maddox, Kent Tekulve, Todd Kalas)
Local radioWOGL
(Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn, Andy Musser, Chris Wheeler, Todd Kalas)
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The 1994 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 112th season in the history of the franchise.

Offseason

  • November 2, 1993: Heathcliff Slocumb was traded by the Cleveland Indians to the Philadelphia Phillies for Ruben Amaro.[1]
  • December 2, 1993: Mitch Williams was traded by the Philadelphia Phillies to the Houston Astros for Doug Jones and Jeff Juden.
  • February 9, 1994: Terry Mulholland was traded by the Philadelphia Phillies with a player to be named later to the New York Yankees for Bobby Muñoz, Ryan Karp, and Kevin Jordan. The Philadelphia Phillies sent Jeff Patterson (November 8, 1994) to the New York Yankees to complete the trade.

Regular season

By Friday, August 12, 1994, the Phillies had compiled a 54–61 record through 115 games. They had scored 521 runs (4.53 per game) and allowed 497 runs (4.32 per game).[2] They finished the strike-shortened season 28th in home runs, with just 80 (tied with the Pittsburgh Pirates).[3]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Montreal Expos 74 40 0.649 32–20 42–20
Atlanta Braves 68 46 0.596 6 31–24 37–22
New York Mets 55 58 0.487 18½ 23–30 32–28
Philadelphia Phillies 54 61 0.470 20½ 34–26 20–35
Florida Marlins 51 64 0.443 23½ 25–34 26–30
Division leaders W L Pct.
Montreal Expos 74 40 0.649
Cincinnati Reds 66 48 0.579
Los Angeles Dodgers 58 56 0.509
Wild card team W L Pct. GB
Atlanta Braves 68 46 0.597
Houston Astros 66 49 0.574 212
New York Mets 55 58 0.487 1212
San Francisco Giants 55 60 0.478 1312
Philadelphia Phillies 54 61 0.470 1412
St. Louis Cardinals 53 61 0.465 15
Pittsburgh Pirates 53 61 0.465 15
Colorado Rockies 53 64 0.453 1612
Florida Marlins 51 64 0.444 1712
Chicago Cubs 49 64 0.434 1812
San Diego Padres 47 70 0.402 2212

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MON NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL
Atlanta 4–2 5–5 8–2 8–4 3–3 6–0 4–5 5–4 6–3 3–9 6–1 5–1 5–7
Chicago 2–4 5–7 6–6 4–5 4–8 3–3 2–4 1–4 1–6 5–5 6–3 5–4 5–5
Cincinnati 5–5 7–5 4–4 7–5 4–6 3–6 4–2 2–4 4–2 9–3 8–2 7–2 2–2–1
Colorado 2–8 6–6 4–4 3–9 5–5 4–6 4–2 5–1 2–4 2–3 5–5 3–7 8–4
Florida 4–8 5–4 5–7 9–3 2–4 3–3 2–7 6–4 4–6 1–6 5–1 2–4 3–7
Houston 3–3 8–4 6–4 5–5 4–2 1–8 2–4 3–3 5–1 8–4 5–5 8–2 8–4
Los Angeles 0–6 3–3 6–3 6–4 3–3 8–1 3–9 6–6 7–5 3–3 6–4 5–5 2–4
Montreal 5–4 4–2 2–4 2–4 7–2 4–2 9–3 4–3 5–4 8–2 12–0 5–7 7–3
New York 4–5 4–1 4–2 1–5 4–6 3–3 6–6 3–4 4–6 4–5 6–6 6–6 6–3
Philadelphia 3-6 6–1 2–4 4–2 6–4 1–5 5–7 4–5 6–4 5–4 4–8 4–8 4–3
Pittsburgh 9–3 5–5 3–9 3–2 6–1 4–8 3–3 2–8 5–4 4–5 3–3 1–5 5–5
San Diego 1–6 3–6 2–8 5–5 1–5 5–5 4–6 0–12 6–6 8–4 3–3 5–2 4–2
San Francisco 1–5 4–5 2–7 7–3 4–2 2–8 5–5 7–5 6–6 8–4 5–1 2–5 2–4
St. Louis 7–5 5–5 2–2–1 4–8 7–3 4–8 4–2 3–7 3–6 3–4 5–5 2–4 4–2


Notable transactions

  • April 29, 1994: Roger Mason was purchased by the New York Mets from the Philadelphia Phillies.[4]

1994 game Log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1994 Game Log[5]
Overall Record: 54–61
April (9–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 4 @ Rockies 12–6 Heathcliff Slocumb (1–0) Mike Munoz (0–1) None 72,470 1–0
2 April 6 @ Rockies 7–5 Roger Mason (1–0) Darren Holmes (0–1) Doug Jones (1) 50,875 2–0
3 April 7 @ Rockies 13–8 Heathcliff Slocumb (2–0) Steve Reed (0–1) Bobby Muñoz (1) 48,021 3–0
4 April 8 @ Reds 4–5 (10) Héctor Carrasco (2–0) David West (0–1) None 27,868 3–1
5 April 9 @ Reds 1–2 John Smiley (1–0) Curt Schilling (0–1) Héctor Carrasco (1) 25,666 3–2
6 April 10 @ Reds 5–7 Pete Schourek (1–0) Jeff Juden (0–1) Chuck McElroy (1) 21,131 3–3
7 April 11 Rockies 7–8 Bruce Ruffin (1–0) Roger Mason (1–1) Darren Holmes (1) 58,627 3–4
8 April 13 Rockies 12–3 Ben Rivera (1–0) Greg W. Harris (0–1) None 23,346 4–4
9 April 14 Rockies 0–5 David Nied (2–0) Curt Schilling (0–2) None 24,856 4–5
10 April 15 Reds 3–1 Jeff Juden (1–1) John Smiley (1–1) Doug Jones (2) 32,980 5–5
11 April 16 Reds 6–4 Danny Jackson (1–0) Erik Hanson (0–1) Doug Jones (3) 36,070 6–5
12 April 17 Reds 0–7 Tom Browning (1–0) Shawn Boskie (0–1) None 43,400 6–6
13 April 18 Dodgers 5–4 Doug Jones (1–0) Gary Wayne (0–2) None 26,666 7–6
14 April 19 Dodgers 7–8 Todd Worrell (1–1) Doug Jones (1–1) Darren Dreifort (1) 35,170 7–7
15 April 20 @ Giants 4–5 Bill Swift (3–1) Jeff Juden (1–2) Mike Jackson (3) 18,182 7–8
16 April 21 @ Giants 6–1 Danny Jackson (2–0) Salomón Torres (0–2) None 18,918 8–8
17 April 22 @ Padres 5–6 Trevor Hoffman (1–0) David West (0–2) None 19,069 8–9
18 April 23 @ Padres 2–8 Tim Mauser (1–0) Ben Rivera (1–1) Pedro Martínez (1) 32,745 8–10
19 April 24 @ Padres 5–6 Andy Benes (1–4) Curt Schilling (0–3) Trevor Hoffman (3) 11,403 8–11
20 April 26 @ Dodgers 3–4 Gary Wayne (1–2) David West (0–3) Todd Worrell (2) 28,194 8–12
21 April 27 @ Dodgers 4–5 (10) Jim Gott (2–1) Larry Andersen (0–1) None 30,065 8–13
22 April 29 Giants 6–3 Ben Rivera (2–1) Bryan Hickerson (1–1) None 30,977 9–13
23 April 30 Giants 0–1 John Burkett (3–1) Curt Schilling (0–4) Rod Beck (2) 37,019 9–14
May (15–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
24 May 1 Giants 6–4 Heathcliff Slocumb (3–0) Bill Swift (3–3) Doug Jones (4) 50,588 10–14
25 May 2 Padres 7–2 Danny Jackson (3–0) Andy Ashby (0–3) None 26,481 11–14
26 May 3 Padres 3–8 A. J. Sager (1–2) Jeff Juden (1–3) None 24,489 11–15
May 4 Padres Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 22 as a traditional double-header
27 May 5 @ Marlins 0–5 Chris Hammond (2–3) Ben Rivera (2–2) None 26,329 11–16
28 May 6 @ Marlins 5–9 David Weathers (5–1) Curt Schilling (0–5) None 31,368 11–17
29 May 7 @ Marlins 7–8 (11) Richie Lewis (1–1) David West (0–4) None 41,002 11–18
30 May 8 @ Marlins 9–2 Danny Jackson (4–0) Charlie Hough (3–1) None 38,584 12–18
31 May 9 @ Braves 2–7 Steve Avery (3–1) Jeff Juden (1–4) None 44,987 12–19
32 May 10 @ Braves 8–9 (15) Mike Stanton (1–0) Andy Carter (0–1) None 47,014 12–20
33 May 11 @ Braves 2–4 Greg Maddux (6–2) Curt Schilling (0–6) Greg McMichael (7) 46,985 12–21
34 May 12 Pirates 6–4 Tommy Greene (1–0) Zane Smith (4–3) Doug Jones (5) 32,481 13–21
35 May 13 Pirates 12–1 Danny Jackson (5–0) Paul Wagner (3–3) None 32,281 14–21
36 May 14 Pirates 3–2 Mike Williams (1–0) Steve Cooke (1–4) Doug Jones (6) 39,916 15–21
37 May 15 Pirates 1–0 Shawn Boskie (1–1) Jon Lieber (0–1) Doug Jones (7) 53,396 16–21
38 May 16 Expos 1–4 Butch Henry (1–0) Curt Schilling (0–7) Mel Rojas (10) 28,236 16–22
39 May 17 Expos 6–5 Doug Jones (2–1) John Wetteland (2–3) None 36,233 17–22
40 May 18 Expos 1–6 Jeff Fassero (4–2) Danny Jackson (5–1) None 41,032 17–23
41 May 20 Mets 5–3 Mike Williams (2–0) Mauro Gozzo (2–1) Doug Jones (8) 34,924 18–23
42 May 21 Mets 9–8 Bob Wells (1–0) Doug Linton (4–1) Doug Jones (9) 43,443 19–23
43 May 22 Mets 8–3 Tommy Greene (2–0) Pete Smith (2–5) None 53,340 20–23
44 May 23 @ Cardinals 11–3 Danny Jackson (6–1) Tom Urbani (1–4) None 30,648 21–23
45 May 24 @ Cardinals 4–0 Heathcliff Slocumb (4–0) Mike Pérez (1–1) None 25,618 22–23
46 May 25 @ Cardinals 5–10 Bryan Eversgerd (2–0) Mike Williams (2–1) None 24,123 22–24
47 May 27 Astros 2–4 Shane Reynolds (3–1) Shawn Boskie (1–2) John Hudek (5) 41,013 22–25
48 May 28 Astros 5–7 Brian Williams (1–2) Andy Carter (0–2) Todd Jones (1) 40,523 22–26
49 May 29 Astros 4–2 David West (1–4) Doug Drabek (7–2) Doug Jones (10) 52,390 23–26
50 May 30 @ Cubs 0–3 Willie Banks (6–4) Bobby Muñoz (0–1) Randy Myers (12) 35,834 23–27
51 May 31 @ Cubs 8–7 Larry Andersen (1–1) Randy Myers (0–2) Doug Jones (11) 30,110 24–27
June (15–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
52 June 1 @ Cubs 4–2 Shawn Boskie (2–2) Mike Morgan (0–7) Doug Jones (12) 27,402 25–27
53 June 2 @ Cubs 4–2 Danny Jackson (7–1) Anthony Young (3–4) Doug Jones (13) 31,595 26–27
54 June 3 @ Astros 2–4 Brian Williams (2–2) David West (1–5) John Hudek (7) 31,280 26–28
55 June 4 @ Astros 1–5 Doug Drabek (8–2) Bobby Muñoz (0–2) None 23,455 26–29
56 June 5 @ Astros 2–4 Darryl Kile (4–2) Mike Williams (2–2) John Hudek (8) 20,694 26–30
57 June 6 Cubs 3–1 Shawn Boskie (3–2) Jim Bullinger (3–1) Doug Jones (14) 25,838 27–30
58 June 7 Cubs 7–6 Paul Quantrill (2–1) Randy Myers (0–3) Doug Jones (15) 36,543 28–30
59 June 8 Cubs 3–0 David West (2–5) Kevin Foster (0–1) Doug Jones (16) 35,431 29–30
60 June 9 Cardinals 6–2 Bobby Muñoz (1–2) Vicente Palacios (1–3) Paul Quantrill (1) 34,759 30–30
61 June 10 Cardinals 3–4 Rick Sutcliffe (3–2) Mike Williams (2–3) Mike Pérez (12) 36,652 30–31
62 June 11 Cardinals 4–7 Omar Olivares (1–0) Shawn Boskie (3–3) René Arocha (4) 39,065 30–32
63 June 12 Cardinals 7–2 Danny Jackson (8–1) Bob Tewksbury (8–5) None 48,682 31–32
64 June 13 @ Mets 3–4 Bret Saberhagen (7–3) David West (2–6) John Franco (15) 17,555 31–33
65 June 14 @ Mets 3–2 Bobby Muñoz (2–2) Dwight Gooden (2–3) Doug Jones (17) 17,914 32–33
66 June 15 @ Mets 0–1 Bobby J. Jones (7–5) Mike Williams (2–4) John Franco (16) 18,397 32–34
67 June 17 @ Expos 10–8 Paul Quantrill (3–1) John Wetteland (2–4) Doug Jones (18) 30,235 33–34
68 June 18 @ Expos 8–4 Danny Jackson (9–1) Gabe White (1–1) None 28,354 34–34
69 June 19 @ Expos 13–0 Bobby Muñoz (3–2) Jeff Fassero (5–5) None 15,092 35–34
70 June 21 @ Pirates 1–7 Steve Cooke (3–5) Shawn Boskie (3–4) None 19,568 35–35
71 June 22 @ Pirates 4–5 Ravelo Manzanillo (2–1) Heathcliff Slocumb (4–1) Alejandro Peña (5) 26,376 35–36
72 June 24 Braves 4–9 Tom Glavine (8–7) Danny Jackson (9–2) Mike Stanton (2) 47,523 35–37
73 June 25 Braves 7–1 Bobby Muñoz (4–2) Kent Mercker (6–2) None 57,961 36–37
74 June 26 Braves 9–8 Toby Borland (1–0) Steve Avery (5–2) Doug Jones (19) 52,545 37–37
75 June 27 Marlins 5–1 Shawn Boskie (4–4) Kurt Miller (1–3) None 34,638 38–37
76 June 28 Marlins 1–2 Jeff Mutis (1–0) Paul Quantrill (3–2) Robb Nen (7) 47,027 38–38
77 June 29 Marlins 5–2 Danny Jackson (10–2) Pat Rapp (4–4) Doug Jones (20) 43,337 39–38
78 June 30 @ Dodgers 3–4 Rudy Seánez (1–1) Doug Jones (2–2) None 31,295 39–39
July (12–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
79 July 1 @ Dodgers 3–0 David West (3–6) Kevin Gross (7–5) Doug Jones (21) 34,978 40–39
80 July 2 @ Dodgers 3–9 Tom Candiotti (6–3) Paul Quantrill (3–3) None 38,237 40–40
81 July 3 @ Dodgers 1–3 Orel Hershiser (5–4) Fernando Valenzuela (0–1) Todd Worrell (7) 54,167 40–41
82 July 4 @ Padres 10–4 Danny Jackson (11–2) Scott Sanders (3–5) None 23,676 41–41
83 July 5 @ Padres 2–7 Joey Hamilton (5–3) Bobby Muñoz (4–3) None 7,812 41–42
84 July 6 @ Padres 2–5 Bill Krueger (1–3) David West (3–7) Trevor Hoffman (14) 12,113 41–43
85 July 7 @ Giants 4–5 Bud Black (2–0) Shawn Boskie (4–5) Rod Beck (16) 22,481 41–44
86 July 8 @ Giants 2–3 Mark Portugal (7–6) Fernando Valenzuela (0–2) Rod Beck (17) 24,437 41–45
87 July 9 @ Giants 2–3 William Van Landingham (4–1) Danny Jackson (11–3) Rod Beck (18) 35,823 41–46
88 July 10 @ Giants 1–2 (10) Dave Burba (1–5) Doug Jones (2–3) None 48,263 41–47
July 12 1994 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh
July 14 Dodgers Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 15 as a traditional double-header
89 July 15 (1) Dodgers 4–3 David West (4–7) Kevin Gross (7–6) Doug Jones (22) see 2nd game 42–47
90 July 15 (2) Dodgers 2–3 Tom Candiotti (7–4) Danny Jackson (11–4) Todd Worrell (8) 58,247 42–48
91 July 16 Dodgers 10–6 Bobby Muñoz (5–3) Ramón Martínez (8–6) Toby Borland (1) 46,679 43–48
92 July 17 Dodgers 9–7 Fernando Valenzuela (1–2) Pedro Astacio (6–7) Doug Jones (23) 50,993 44–48
93 July 18 Giants 5–7 Bryan Hickerson (3–8) Shawn Boskie (4–6) Rod Beck (21) 39,066 44–49
94 July 19 Giants 5–2 Danny Jackson (12–4) Bud Black (3–1) Doug Jones (24) 38,559 45–49
95 July 20 Giants 2–9 Mark Portugal (9–6) David West (4–8) None 43,966 45–50
96 July 22 (1) Padres 4–3 Bobby Muñoz (6–3) Joey Hamilton (6–5) Doug Jones (25) see 2nd game 46–50
97 July 22 (2) Padres 4–7 Pedro Martínez (3–1) Larry Andersen (1–2) Trevor Hoffman (15) 38,423 46–51
98 July 23 Padres 1–7 Bill Krueger (2–4) Ben Rivera (2–3) None 35,269 46–52
99 July 24 Padres 5–3 Danny Jackson (13–4) Andy Ashby (4–10) Doug Jones (26) 41,971 47–52
100 July 25 @ Marlins 8–1 Curt Schilling (1–7) David Weathers (8–9) None 30,082 48–52
101 July 26 @ Marlins 10–8 (12) Ben Rivera (3–3) Robb Nen (4–5) None 32,648 49–52
102 July 27 @ Marlins 3–1 Bobby Muñoz (7–3) Pat Rapp (6–6) None 40,017 50–52
103 July 29 @ Braves 2–5 Steve Avery (7–3) Danny Jackson (13–5) None 48,921 50–53
104 July 30 @ Braves 5–2 Heathcliff Slocumb (5–1) Greg McMichael (3–5) Doug Jones (27) 49,101 51–53
105 July 31 @ Braves 5–9 Mike Bielecki (2–0) Ben Rivera (3–4) None 48,992 51–54
August (3–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
106 August 2 Pirates 2–3 Rick White (4–5) Bobby Muñoz (7–4) Dan Miceli (2) 40,164 51–55
107 August 3 Pirates 7–0 Danny Jackson (14–5) Steve Cooke (4–10) None 36,542 52–55
108 August 4 Pirates 1–5 Jon Lieber (6–6) Curt Schilling (1–8) None 37,481 52–56
109 August 5 Expos 0–5 Pedro Martínez (10–5) David West (4–9) None 33,642 52–57
110 August 6 Expos 3–4 (11) John Wetteland (4–6) Doug Jones (2–4) Jeff Shaw (1) 41,699 52–58
111 August 7 Expos 4–6 Ken Hill (16–5) Bobby Muñoz (7–5) Mel Rojas (16) 45,346 52–59
112 August 8 Mets 2–3 Bobby J. Jones (12–7) Danny Jackson (14–6) John Franco (29) 35,977 52–60
113 August 9 Mets 5–1 Curt Schilling (2–8) Mike Remlinger (1–5) None 31,740 53–60
114 August 10 Mets 2–6 Bret Saberhagen (14–4) David West (4–10) John Franco (30) 36,716 53–61
115 August 11 Mets 2–1 (15) Tom Edens (5–1) Mauro Gozzo (3–5) None 37,605 54–61

Roster

1994 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player statistics

Batting

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

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO

Relief pitchers

Player G W L SV ERA SO

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 
Red Barons
International League Mike Quade
AA Reading Phillies Eastern League Bill Dancy
A Clearwater Phillies Florida State League Don McCormack
A Spartanburg Phillies South Atlantic League Roy Majtyka
A-Short Season Batavia Clippers New York–Penn League Al LeBoeuf
Rookie Martinsville Phillies Appalachian League Ramon Henderson

[6]

References

  1. ^ "Heathcliff Slocumb Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 23, 2016.
  2. ^ "1994 National League Season Summary". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 23, 2016.
  3. ^ "1994 Major League Baseball Season Summary". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 23, 2016.
  4. ^ "Roger Mason Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 23, 2016.
  5. ^ "1994 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  6. ^ 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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