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2019 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies primary logo
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record81–81 (.500)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)John S. Middleton
General manager(s)Matt Klentak
Manager(s)Gabe Kapler
Local televisionNBC Sports Philadelphia
NBC Sports Philadelphia +
NBC Philadelphia
(Tom McCarthy, John Kruk, Ben Davis, Mike Schmidt, Jimmy Rollins, Gregg Murphy)
Local radioPhillies Radio Network
WIP SportsRadio 94.1 FM (English)
(Scott Franzke, Larry Andersen, Jim Jackson, Kevin Frandsen)
WTTM (Spanish)
(Danny Martinez, Bill Kulik, Rickie Ricardo)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2019 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 137th season in the history of the franchise, their 16th season at Citizens Bank Park, and their final season with manager Gabe Kapler. The Phillies improved from their record the prior year and finished with an 81–81 record (.500 winning percentage) for the first time since 2012, but missed the playoffs for the 8th straight season, despite spending nearly $400 million in the offseason.

Offseason

After an 80–82 record the previous season which included a late-season collapse, the Phillies made several transactions in the 2018–19 offseason in order to improve the team. On December 3, 2018, the Phillies acquired Jean Segura, Juan Nicasio, and James Pazos from the Seattle Mariners for Carlos Santana and J. P. Crawford. Three days later, the Phillies traded relief pitcher Luis Garcia to the Los Angeles Angels for relief pitcher José Álvarez. Free agent outfielder Andrew McCutchen was signed December 12 to a three-year-deal. Relief pitcher David Robertson signed a two-year deal with the Phillies on January 3, 2019. On February 7, the Phillies acquired catcher J. T. Realmuto from the Miami Marlins for Sixto Sanchez, Jorge Alfaro, Will Stewart and international bonus slot money. Finally, on March 2, the Phillies signed outfielder Bryce Harper to a record-breaking 13-year deal worth $330 million.[1]

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599 50–31 47–34
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 4 50–31 43–38
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 11 48–33 38–43
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 16 45–36 36–45
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 40 30–51 27–54


National League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 +4
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 4
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 8
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 12
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 14
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 18
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 19
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 20
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 32


Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–3 2–4 3–3 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–5 2–5 4–2 6–1 11-8 10–9 3–3 4–3 14–6
Atlanta 3–4 5–2 3–4 3–3 2–4 15–4 3–3 11-8 9–10 5–2 5–2 5–2 4–2 11–8 13–7
Chicago 4–2 2–5 8–11 3–3 3–4 6–1 9–10 5–2 2–5 11–8 4–3 4–2 9–10 2–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 4–3 11–8 3–3 1–5 6–1 8–11 3–4 3–4 7–12 5–2 4–3 7–12 1–5 9–11
Colorado 10–9 3–3 3–3 3–3 4–15 5–2 5–2 2–4 3–4 2–5 11–8 7–12 2–5 3–4 8–12
Los Angeles 11–8 4–2 4–3 5–1 15–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 5–2 6–0 13–6 12–7 3–4 4–3 10–10
Miami 4–3 4–15 1–6 1–6 2–5 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–3 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–15 9–11
Milwaukee 5–2 3–3 10–9 11–8 2–5 3–4 5–2 5–1 4–3 15–4 3–4 2–4 9–10 4–2 8–12
New York 5–2 8–11 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 13–6 1–5 7–12 5–1 3–3 3–4 2–5 12–7 15–5
Philadelphia 2–4 10–9 5–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–2 5–14 11–9
Pittsburgh 1–6 2–5 8–11 12–7 5–2 0–6 3–3 4–15 1–5 2–4 6–1 5–2 5–14 3–4 12–8
San Diego 8–11 2–5 3–4 2–5 8–11 6–13 2–4 4–3 3–3 3–3 1–6 9–10 4–2 4–3 11–9
San Francisco 9–10 2–5 2–4 3–4 12–7 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 10–9 3–4 1–5 11–9
St. Louis 3–3 2–4 10–9 12–7 5–2 4–3 4–3 10–9 5–2 2–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 5–2 9–11
Washington 3–4 8–11 4–2 5–1 4–3 3–4 15–4 2–4 7–12 14–5 4–3 3–4 5–1 2–5 14–6

Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
2019 Game Log[2] Overall Record: 81–81
March (3–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 28 Braves 10–4 Aaron Nola (1–0) Julio Teherán (0–1) 44,469 1–0
2 March 30 Braves 8–6 Adam Morgan (1–0) Wes Parsons (0–1) 44,597 2–0
3 March 31 Braves 5–1 Jake Arrieta (1–0) Kyle Wright (0–1) 41,410 3–0
April (13–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
4 April 2 @ Nationals 8–2 Zach Eflin (1–0) Max Scherzer (0–2) 35,920 4–0
5 April 3 @ Nationals 8–9 Sean Doolittle (2–0) David Robertson (0–1) 20,050 4–1
6 April 5 Twins 10–4 Nick Pivetta (1–0) Jake Odorizzi (0–1) 28,021 5–1
7 April 6 Twins 2–6 Michael Pineda (1–0) Jake Arrieta (1–1) 44,693 5–2
8 April 7 Twins 2–1 Zach Eflin (2–0) José Berríos (1–1) Héctor Neris (1) 39,735 6–2
9 April 8 Nationals 4–3 Seranthony Domínguez (1–0) Aníbal Sánchez (0–1) Pat Neshek (1) 28,212 7–2
10 April 9 Nationals 6–10 (10) Sean Doolittle (3–0) José Álvarez (0–1) 38,073 7–3
11 April 10 Nationals 1–15 Jeremy Hellickson (1–0) Nick Pivetta (1–1) 30,805 7–4
12 April 12 @ Marlins 9–1 Jake Arrieta (2–1) Sandy Alcántara (1–1) 9,322 8–4
13 April 13 @ Marlins 3–10 Caleb Smith (1–0) Zach Eflin (2–1) 13,828 8–5
14 April 14 @ Marlins 3–1 (14) Víctor Arano (1–0) Wei-Yin Chen (0–1) José Álvarez (1) 15,238 9–5
15 April 15 Mets 6–7 (11) Luis Avilán (1–0) Pat Neshek (0–1) Edwin Díaz (6) 32,423 9–6
16 April 16 Mets 14–3 Nick Pivetta (2–1) Steven Matz (1–1) Jerad Eickhoff (1) 43,933 10–6
17 April 17 Mets 3–2 Jake Arrieta (3–1) Zack Wheeler (1–2) Héctor Neris (2) 39,861 11–6
18 April 18 @ Rockies 2–6 Kyle Freeland (2–3) Zach Eflin (2–2) 27,562 11–7
19 April 19 @ Rockies 3–4 (12) Chad Bettis (1–2) Juan Nicasio (0–1) 35,423 11–8
20 April 20 @ Rockies 8–5 Aaron Nola (2–0) Antonio Senzatela (1–1) Héctor Neris (3) 40,530 12–8
21 April 21 @ Rockies 1–4 Jon Gray (2–3) Jerad Eickhoff (0–1) 28,287 12–9
22 April 22 @ Mets 1–5 Steven Matz (2–1) Jake Arrieta (3–2) 25,293 12–10
23 April 23 @ Mets 0–9 Zack Wheeler (2–2) Zach Eflin (2–3) 26,049 12–11
24 April 24 @ Mets 6–0 Vince Velasquez (1–0) Jason Vargas (1–1) 27,685 13–11
25 April 25 Marlins 1–3 (10) Tayron Guerrero (1–0) Héctor Neris (0–1) Sergio Romo (4) 32,060 13–12
26 April 26 Marlins 4–0 Jerad Eickhoff (1–1) José Ureña (1–4) 31,159 14–12
27 April 27 Marlins 12–9 Jake Arrieta (4–2) Trevor Richards (0–4) Héctor Neris (4) 37,868 15–12
28 April 28 Marlins 5–1 Zach Eflin (3–3) Pablo López (2–4) 39,168 16–12
29 April 30 Tigers 1–3 Spencer Turnbull (2–2) Vince Velasquez (1–1) Shane Greene (12) 31,759 16–13
May (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
30 May 1 Tigers 7–3 Seranthony Domínguez (2–0) Buck Farmer (1–2) 28,103 17–13
31 May 3 Nationals 4–2 Seranthony Domínguez (3–0) Dan Jennings (0–1) Héctor Neris (5) 33,125 18–13
32 May 4 Nationals 8–10 Tony Sipp (1–1) Adam Morgan (1–1) Sean Doolittle (5) 43,319 18–14
33 May 5 Nationals 7–1 Zach Eflin (4–3) Aníbal Sánchez (0–5) 40,497 19–14
34 May 6 @ Cardinals 0–6 Miles Mikolas (4–2) Vince Velasquez (1–2) 38,419 19–15
35 May 7 @ Cardinals 11–1 Aaron Nola (3–0) Dakota Hudson (2–3) 38,562 20–15
36 May 8 @ Cardinals 5–0 Jerad Eickhoff (2–1) Jack Flaherty (3–3) 42,309 21–15
37 May 10 @ Royals 1–5 Homer Bailey (4–3) Jake Arrieta (4–3) 20,015 21–16
38 May 11 @ Royals 7–0 Zach Eflin (5–3) Brad Keller (2–4) 24,463 22–16
39 May 12 @ Royals 6–1 Cole Irvin (1–0) Jakob Junis (3–4) 19,640 23–16
40 May 13 Brewers 7–4 Adam Morgan (2–1) Matt Albers (2–2) Pat Neshek (2) 26,169 24–16
41 May 14 Brewers 1–6 Brandon Woodruff (6–1) Jerad Eickhoff (2–2) 31,533 24–17
42 May 15 Brewers 2–5 Gio González (2–0) Jake Arrieta (4–4) Josh Hader (11) 28,129 24–18
43 May 16 Brewers 3–11 Zach Davies (5–0) Zach Eflin (5–4) 38,346 24–19
44 May 17 Rockies 5–4 Cole Irvin (2–0) Jon Gray (3–4) Héctor Neris (6) 28,079 25–19
45 May 18 Rockies 2–1 Aaron Nola (4–0) Antonio Senzatela (3–3) Héctor Neris (7) 42,354 26–19
46 May 19 Rockies 7–5 Édgar García (1–0) Bryan Shaw (2–1) Pat Neshek (3) 38,603 27–19
47 May 20 @ Cubs 5–4 (10) Héctor Neris (1–1) Kyle Ryan (0–1) Juan Nicasio (1) 37,909 28–19
48 May 21 @ Cubs 2–3 Kyle Ryan (1–1) Juan Nicasio (0–2) 36,768 28–20
49 May 22 @ Cubs 4–8 Tyler Chatwood (3–0) Cole Irvin (2–1) 39,246 28–21
50 May 23 @ Cubs 9–7 Aaron Nola (5–0) Jon Lester (3–3) Héctor Neris (8) 37,173 29–21
51 May 24 @ Brewers 6–4 Vince Velasquez (2–2) Freddy Peralta (2–2) Héctor Neris (9) 40,254 30–21
52 May 25 @ Brewers 7–2 Jake Arrieta (5–4) Jhoulys Chacín (3–6) 42,475 31–21
53 May 26 @ Brewers 1–9 Brandon Woodruff (7–1) Zach Eflin (5–5) 44,174 31–22
54 May 28 Cardinals 4–3 Nick Pivetta (3–1) Adam Wainwright (4–5) Héctor Neris (10) 29,084 32–22
55 May 29 Cardinals 11–4 Aaron Nola (6–0) Génesis Cabrera (0–1) 30,486 33–22
56 May 30 Cardinals 3–5 Dakota Hudson (4–3) Jerad Eickhoff (2–3) Jordan Hicks (11) 31,206 33–23
57 May 31 @ Dodgers 3–6 Kenta Maeda (7–2) Jake Arrieta (5–5) Kenley Jansen (17) 54,307 33–24
June (11–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
58 June 1 @ Dodgers 3–4 Julio Urías (3–2) Héctor Neris (1–2) 53,507 33–25
59 June 2 @ Dodgers 0–8 Rich Hill (2–1) Vince Velasquez (2–3) 49,162 33–26
60 June 3 @ Padres 2–8 Eric Lauer (5–4) Aaron Nola (6–1) 21,654 33–27
61 June 4 @ Padres 9–6 Jerad Eickhoff (3–3) Chris Paddack (4–4) Héctor Neris (11) 25,821 34–27
62 June 5 @ Padres 7–5 Juan Nicasio (1–2) Craig Stammen (4–2) Héctor Neris (12) 23,004 35–27
63 June 7 Reds 4–2 Zach Eflin (6–5) Tyler Mahle (2–6) Héctor Neris (13) 32,058 36–27
64 June 8 Reds 4–1 Nick Pivetta (4–1) Tanner Roark (4–5) 44,357 37–27
65 June 9 Reds 3–4 Zach Duke (3–1) José Álvarez (0–2) Raisel Iglesias (13) 42,324 37–28
66 June 10 Diamondbacks 8–13 Zack Godley (3–4) Jerad Eickhoff (3–4) 26,255 37–29
67 June 11 Diamondbacks 7–4 Jake Arrieta (6–5) Jon Duplantier (1–1) Héctor Neris (14) 26,321 38–29
68 June 12 Diamondbacks 0–2 Merrill Kelly (7–6) Zach Eflin (6–6) Greg Holland (10) 29,047 38–30
69 June 14 @ Braves 8–9 Jerry Blevins (1–0) Héctor Neris (1–3) 41,975 38–31
70 June 15 @ Braves 6–5 Edubray Ramos (1–0) Luke Jackson (3–2) Héctor Neris (15) 43,593 39–31
71 June 16 @ Braves 1–15 Mike Foltynewicz (2–5) Vince Velasquez (2–4) 40,855 39–32
June 17 @ Nationals Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 19 as a day-night doubleheader[3]
June 18 @ Nationals Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 24 as a day-night doubleheader[4]
72 June 19 (1) @ Nationals 2–6 Patrick Corbin (6–5) Zach Eflin (6–7) 17,961 39–33
73 June 19 (2) @ Nationals 0–2 Max Scherzer (6–5) Jake Arrieta (6–6) Sean Doolittle (15) 24,220 39–34
74 June 20 @ Nationals 4–7 Javy Guerra (1–0) Nick Pivetta (4–2) Sean Doolittle (16) 31,329 39–35
75 June 21 Marlins 1–2 Sandy Alcántara (4–6) Aaron Nola (6–2) Sergio Romo (14) 44,420 39–36
76 June 22 Marlins 3–5 Austin Brice (1–0) Adam Morgan (2–2) José Quijada (1) 44,722 39–37
77 June 23 Marlins 4–6 Jordan Yamamoto (3–0) Enyel De Los Santos (0–1) Nick Anderson (1) 36,749 39–38
78 June 24 Mets 13–7 Zach Eflin (7–7) Steven Matz (5–6) 29,117 40–38
79 June 25 Mets 7–5 Jake Arrieta (7–6) Wilmer Font (1–2) Héctor Neris (16) 28,125 41–38
80 June 26 Mets 5–4 (10) Édgar García (2–0) Stephen Nogosek (0–1) 29,822 42–38
81 June 27 Mets 6–3 JD Hammer (1–0) Edwin Díaz (1–5) 39,161 43–38
82 June 28 @ Marlins 2–6 Elieser Hernández (1–2) Vince Velasquez (2–5) 9,469 43–39
83 June 29 @ Marlins 6–9 Jarlin García (2–0) Adam Morgan (2–3) Sergio Romo (15) 14,774 43–40
84 June 30 @ Marlins 13–6 Jake Arrieta (8–6) Trevor Richards (3–9) 11,742 44–40
July (12–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
85 July 2 @ Braves 2–0 Aaron Nola (7–2) Dallas Keuchel (1–2) Héctor Neris (17) 40,180 45–40
86 July 3 @ Braves 2–9 Bryse Wilson (1–0) Nick Pivetta (4–3) 40,147 45–41
87 July 4 @ Braves 6–12 A. J. Minter (3–4) Zach Eflin (7–8) 40,633 45–42
88 July 5 @ Mets 7–2 Adam Morgan (3–3) Edwin Díaz (1–6) 32,546 46–42
89 July 6 @ Mets 5–6 Noah Syndergaard (6–4) Jake Arrieta (8–7) Edwin Díaz (19) 31,350 46–43
90 July 7 @ Mets 8–3 Aaron Nola (8–2) Zack Wheeler (6–6) 34,247 47–43
July 9 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Progressive Field in Cleveland
91 July 12 Nationals 0–4 Stephen Strasburg (11–4) Nick Pivetta (4–4) 42,318 47–44
92 July 13 Nationals 3–4 Wander Suero (2–4) Héctor Neris (1–4) Sean Doolittle (20) 43,732 47–45
93 July 14 Nationals 4–3 Héctor Neris (2–4) Matt Grace (0–2) 43,075 48–45
94 July 15 Dodgers 2–16 Clayton Kershaw (8–2) Zach Eflin (7–9) 30,025 48–46
95 July 16 Dodgers 9–8 Ranger Suárez (1–0) Kenley Jansen (3–3) 31,076 49–46
96 July 17 Dodgers 2–7 Pedro Báez (4–2) Juan Nicasio (1–3) 31,067 49–47
97 July 18 Dodgers 7–6 Ranger Suárez (2–0) Dylan Floro (4–3) Héctor Neris (18) 38,043 50–47
98 July 19 @ Pirates 6–1 Juan Nicasio (2–3) Richard Rodríguez (3–4) Cole Irvin (1) 34,117 51–47
99 July 20 @ Pirates 1–5 Joe Musgrove (7–8) Zach Eflin (7–10) 38,380 51–48
100 July 21 @ Pirates 2–1 (11) Ranger Suárez (3–0) Chris Stratton (1–3) 24,830 52–48
101 July 23 @ Tigers 3–2 (15) José Álvarez (1–2) Daniel Stumpf (1–1) 23,607 53–48
102 July 24 @ Tigers 4–0 Vince Velasquez (3–5) Jordan Zimmermann (0–8) 33,735 54–48
103 July 26 Braves 2–9 Sean Newcomb (4–1) Jake Arrieta (8–8) 31,268 54–49
104 July 27 Braves 7–15 Max Fried (11–4) Zach Eflin (7–11) 39,340 54–50
105 July 28 Braves 9–4 Aaron Nola (9–2) Kevin Gausman (3–6) 37,037 55–50
106 July 30 Giants 4–2 Drew Smyly (2–5) Tyler Beede (3–5) Héctor Neris (19) 32,217 56–50
107 July 31 Giants 1–5 Jeff Samardzija (8–8) Vince Velasquez (3–6) 31,313 56–51
August (13–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 1 Giants 10–2 José Álvarez (2–2) Dereck Rodríguez (4–6) 28,524 57–51
109 August 2 White Sox 3–4 (15) Josh Osich (1–0) Roman Quinn (0–1) 26,635 57–52
110 August 3 White Sox 3–2 Aaron Nola (10–2) Ross Detwiler (1–2) Nick Pivetta (1) 32,647 58–52
111 August 4 White Sox 5–10 Reynaldo López (6–9) Drew Smyly (2–6) 31,562 58–53
112 August 5 @ Diamondbacks 7–3 Vince Velasquez (4–6) Merrill Kelly (7–12) 18,319 59–53
113 August 6 @ Diamondbacks 4–8 Andrew Chafin (1–2) Ranger Suárez (3–1) 17,446 59–54
114 August 7 @ Diamondbacks 1–6 Zac Gallen (2–3) Jason Vargas (6–6) 18,140 59–55
115 August 8 @ Giants 0–5 Madison Bumgarner (7–7) Aaron Nola (10–3) 37,667 59–56
116 August 9 @ Giants 9–6 José Álvarez (3–2) Tony Watson (2–1) Héctor Neris (20) 36,275 60–56
117 August 10 @ Giants 1–3 Jeff Samardzija (9–9) Vince Velasquez (4–7) Will Smith (28) 39,106 60–57
118 August 11 @ Giants 6–9 Will Smith (4–0) José Álvarez (3–3) 36,637 60–58
119 August 13 Cubs 4–2 Blake Parker (2–2) Kyle Ryan (3–2) Héctor Neris (21) 26,442 61–58
120 August 14 Cubs 11–1 Aaron Nola (11–3) Cole Hamels (6–4) 27,204 62–58
121 August 15 Cubs 7–5 Ranger Suárez (4–1) Pedro Strop (2–5) 37,064 63–58
122 August 16 Padres 8–4 Vince Velasquez (5–7) Chris Paddack (7–6) 26,084 64–58
123 August 17 Padres 3–5 Dinelson Lamet (2–2) Nick Pivetta (4–5) Kirby Yates (34) 31,332 64–59
124 August 18 Padres 2–3 Joey Lucchesi (8–7) Jared Hughes (3–5) Kirby Yates (35) 36,210 64–60
125 August 20 @ Red Sox 3–2 Aaron Nola (12–3) Brian Johnson (1–2) Héctor Neris (22) 37,712 65–60
126 August 21 @ Red Sox 5–2 Jared Hughes (4–5) Rick Porcello (11–10) Héctor Neris (23) 37,077 66–60
127 August 23 @ Marlins 11–19 Tyler Kinley (2–1) Nick Pivetta (4–6) 9,065 66–61
128 August 24 @ Marlins 9–3 Zach Eflin (8–11) Jordan Yamamoto (4–5) 12,981 67–61
129 August 25 @ Marlins 2–3 Elieser Hernández (3–5) Aaron Nola (12–4) Ryne Stanek (1) 9,286 67–62
130 August 26 Pirates 6–5 (11) Mike Morin (1–0) Michael Feliz (2–4) 27,932 68–62
131 August 27 Pirates 4–5 Felipe Vázquez (5–1) Héctor Neris (2–5) 26,200 68–63
132 August 28 Pirates 12–3 Vince Velasquez (6–7) Mitch Keller (1–3) 24,224 69–63
133 August 30 Mets 5–11 Justin Wilson (4–1) Mike Morin (1–1) 30,503 69–64
134 August 31 Mets 3–6 Steven Matz (9–8) Jason Vargas (6–7) Seth Lugo (4) 40,690 69–65
September (12–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
135 September 1 Mets 5–2 Héctor Neris (3–5) Daniel Zamora (0–1) 33,492 70–65
136 September 2 @ Reds 7–1 Drew Smyly (3–6) Anthony DeSclafani (9–8) 19,631 71–65
137 September 3 @ Reds 6–2 Nick Vincent (1–2) Amir Garrett (4–2) 11,452 72–65
138 September 4 @ Reds 5–8 Michael Lorenzen (1–4) José Álvarez (3–4) Raisel Iglesias (29) 13,448 72–66
139 September 5 @ Reds 3–4 (11) Matt Bowman (2–0) Nick Vincent (1–3) 13,230 72–67
140 September 6 @ Mets 4–5 Edwin Díaz (2–7) Mike Morin (1–2) 28,107 72–68
141 September 7 @ Mets 5–0 Drew Smyly (4–6) Marcus Stroman (7–13) 28,848 73–68
142 September 8 @ Mets 10–7 Ranger Suárez (5–1) Paul Sewald (0–1) Héctor Neris (24) 30,264 74–68
143 September 9 Braves 2–7 Mike Foltynewicz (6–5) Aaron Nola (12–5) 25,071 74–69
144 September 10 Braves 6–5 Blake Parker (3–2) Max Fried (16–5) Héctor Neris (25) 24,220 75–69
145 September 11 Braves 1–3 Dallas Keuchel (8–5) Zach Eflin (8–12) Mark Melancon (11) 23,243 75–70
146 September 12 Braves 9–5 Jared Hughes (5–5) Julio Teherán (10–9) 27,022 76–70
147 September 14 Red Sox 1–2 Matt Barnes (5–4) Héctor Neris (3–6) Brandon Workman (13) 40,688 76–71
148 September 15 Red Sox 3–6 Rick Porcello (13–12) Jason Vargas (6–8) Brandon Workman (14) 39,061 76–72
149 September 17 @ Braves 5–4 Vince Velasquez (7–7) Dallas Keuchel (8–6) Héctor Neris (27) 28,843 77–72
150 September 18 @ Braves 4–1 Zach Eflin (9–12) Julio Teherán (10–10) Héctor Neris (28) 27,937 78–72
151 September 19 @ Braves 4–5 Mike Soroka (13–4) Aaron Nola (12–6) Mark Melancon (12) 33,223 78–73
152 September 20 @ Indians 2–5 Shane Bieber (15–7) Drew Smyly (4–7) Carlos Carrasco (1) 26,329 78–74
153 September 21 @ Indians 9–4 Jason Vargas (7–8) Óliver Pérez (2–4) 32,791 79–74
154 September 22 @ Indians 1–10 Carlos Carrasco (6–7) Vince Velasquez (7–8) 25,309 79–75
155 September 23 @ Nationals 2–7 Patrick Corbin (14–7) Zach Eflin (9–13) 19,788 79–76
156 September 24 (1) @ Nationals 1–4 Tanner Rainey (2–3) Nick Vincent (1–4) Daniel Hudson (6) 23,442 79–77
157 September 24 (2) @ Nationals 5–6 Max Scherzer (11–7) Aaron Nola (12–7) Daniel Hudson (7) 22,214 79–78
158 September 25 @ Nationals 2–5 Aníbal Sánchez (11–8) Mike Morin (1–3) Sean Doolittle (29) 22,091 79–79
159 September 26 @ Nationals 3–6 Stephen Strasburg (18–6) Jason Vargas (7–9) Daniel Hudson (8) 22,253 79–80
160 September 27 Marlins 5–4 (15) Ranger Suárez (6–1) Adam Conley (2–11) 24,143 80–80
161 September 28 Marlins 9–3 Zach Eflin (10–13) Caleb Smith (10–11) 25,156 81–80
162 September 29 Marlins 3–4 Sandy Alcántara (6–14) Blake Parker (3–3) Tyler Kinley (1) 31,805 81–81

Roster

All players who made an appearance for the Phillies during 2019 are included.

2019 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Lehigh Valley IronPigs International League Gary Jones
AA Reading Fightin Phils Eastern League Greg Legg
A-Advanced Clearwater Threshers Florida State League Shawn Williams
A Lakewood BlueClaws South Atlantic League Marty Malloy
A-Short Season Williamsport Crosscutters New York–Penn League Pat Borders
Rookie GCL Phillies Gulf Coast League Roly de Armas
Rookie DSL Phillies Dominican Summer League Waner Santana


References

  1. ^ "Transactions". mlb.com.
  2. ^ "2019 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule". mlb.com.
  3. ^ Zolecki, Todd (June 17, 2019). "Phils-Nats postponed Monday, DH set for Wed". mlb.com. MLB Advanced Media. Retrieved June 17, 2019.
  4. ^ Zolecki, Todd (June 18, 2019). "Rain postpones Phils-Nats again on Tuesday". mlb.com. MLB Advanced Media. Retrieved June 18, 2019.

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