List of Philadelphia Phillies team records

The Philadelphia Phillies have participated in 127 seasons in Major League Baseball since their inception in 1883. Through 2009, they have played 19,035 games, winning 9,035 and losing 10,162, for a winning their tenure as members of Major League Baseball's National League.

Chuck Klein, the franchise's only batting Triple Crown winner, holds the most franchise records as of the end of the 2009 season, with eight, including career slugging percentage, career on-base plus slugging (OPS), and single-season extra-base hits. He is followed by Billy Hamilton, who holds seven records, including career batting average and the single-season runs record.

Several Phillies hold National League and major league records. Pitcher/outfielder John Coleman is the most decorated in this category, holding three major league records, all from the franchise's inaugural season. Coleman set records for losses,[1] earned runs allowed,[2] and hits allowed,[3] all in 1883 when he also set three additional franchise pitching records. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins broke Willie Wilson's record for at-bats in a single season with 716 in 2007, and first baseman Ryan Howard also set the major league record for strikeouts in a single season that same year with 199, before it was broken by Mark Reynolds of the Arizona Diamondbacks the following year.[4] The 1930 Phillies, who went 52–102, set two more National League records, allowing 1,993 hits and 1,193 runs in the regular season.[5]

Table key

RBIRun(s) batted in
ERAEarned run average[a]
OPSOn-base percentage plus slugging percentage
*Tie between two or more players/teams
National League record
§Major League record

Statistics are current through 2010 season; however, Phillies players whose careers have not concluded are not included in career statistics.

Individual career records

All statistics in this section are drawn from Baseball Reference using the following sources: batting statistics;[6] pitching statistics.[7]

Career batting

StatisticPlayerRecordPhillies careerRef
Batting averageBilly Hamilton.36118901895[8]
On-base percentageBilly Hamilton.46818901895[8]
Slugging percentageChuck Klein.55319281933
19361944
[9]
OPSChuck Klein.93519281933
19361944
[9]
HitsJimmy Rollins2,30620002014[10]
Total basesMike Schmidt4,40419721989[10]
SinglesRichie Ashburn1,81119481959[11]
DoublesJimmy Rollins45720002014[12]
TriplesEd Delahanty15718881889
18911901
[13]
Home runsMike Schmidt54819721989[10]
RBIMike Schmidt1,59519721989[10]
Bases on ballsMike Schmidt1,50719721989[10]
StrikeoutsMike Schmidt1,88319721989[10]
Stolen basesBilly Hamilton50818901895[8]

Career pitching

StatisticPlayerRecordPhillies careerRef
WinsSteve Carlton24119721986[14]
LossesRobin Roberts19919481961[15]
Win-loss percentageGrover Cleveland Alexander.67619111917, 1930[16]
ERAGeorge McQuillan1.7919071911
19151916
[17]
SavesJonathan Papelbon12320122015[18]
StrikeoutsSteve Carlton3,03119721986[14]
shutoutsGrover Cleveland Alexander6119111917, 1930[16]
GamesRobin Roberts52919481961[15]
InningsRobin Roberts3,739⅓19481961[15]
Games startedSteve Carlton49919721986[14]
Complete gamesRobin Roberts27219481961[15]
WalksSteve Carlton1,25219721986[14]
Hits allowedRobin Roberts3,66119481961[15]
Wild pitchesSteve Carlton12019721986[14]
Hit batsmenBill Duggleby811898, 19011907[19]

Individual single-season records

All statistics in this section are drawn from Baseball Reference using the following sources: batting statistics;[6] pitching statistics.[7]

Single-season batting

StatisticPlayerRecordSeasonRef
Batting averageEd Delahanty.4101899[13]
Home runsRyan Howard582006[20]
RBIChuck Klein1701930[9][21]
RunsBilly Hamilton192§1894[8][22]
HitsLefty O'Doul2541929[23]
SinglesRichie Ashburn181*1951[11]
SinglesLefty O'Doul181*1929[23]
DoublesChuck Klein591930[9]
TriplesSam Thompson281894[24]
Stolen basesBilly Hamilton1111891[8]
At batsJimmy Rollins716§2007[25]
Hitting streakJimmy Rollins36 games[b]2005[26]
Slugging percentageChuck Klein.6871930[9]
Extra-base hitsChuck Klein1071930[9][27]
Total basesChuck Klein4451930[9]
On-base percentageBilly Hamilton.5231894[8]
OPSChuck Klein1.1231930[9]
WalksLenny Dykstra1291993[28]
StrikeoutsRyan Howard1992007[20]

Single-season pitching

StatisticPlayerRecordSeasonRef
WinsKid Gleason381890[29]
LossesJohn Coleman48§1883[1][30]
StrikeoutsCurt Schilling3191997[31]
ERAGrover Cleveland Alexander1.221915[16]
Earned runs allowedJohn Coleman291§1883[2][30]
Hits allowedJohn Coleman772§1883[3][30]
shutoutsGrover Cleveland Alexander16§1916[16][32]
SavesJosé Mesa452002[33]
GamesKent Tekulve901987[34]
StartsJohn Coleman611883[30]
Complete gamesJohn Coleman591883[30]
InningsJohn Coleman583⅓1883[30]

Team single-game records

All statistics in this section are drawn from the following source.[35]

Single-game batting

StatisticRecordDate
Home runs hit7September 8, 1998, July 26, 2018
Runs scored26June 11, 1985
Hits27June 11, 1985
Doubles11June 23, 1976
Triples5August 2, 1986
Total bases45June 11, 1985
Runners left on base20*September 4, 1922
Runners left on base20*August 14, 1990
Strikeouts19October 6, 1991
Stolen bases11*July 12, 1906
Stolen bases11*August 31, 1906

Single-game pitching

StatisticRecordDate
Hits allowed30September 2, 1935
Runs allowed28July 6, 1929
Home runs allowed9September 4, 1999
Strikeouts17*April 23, 1961
Strikeouts17*July 21, 1997

Team season records

All statistics in this section are drawn from the following source.[5]

Season batting

StatisticRecordSeason
Home runs2242009
Runs9441930
Hits1,7831930
Doubles3451930
Triples821905
Total bases2,5941930
Runners left on base1,2811993
Strikeouts1,1552003
Stolen bases2001908

Season pitching

StatisticRecordSeason
Hits allowed1,9931930
Runs allowed1,1931930
Home runs allowedSox Blow2004
Strikeouts1,2091997
shutouts261916

Notes

  • a Earned run average is calculated as 9 × (ER ÷ IP), where is earned runs and is innings pitched.
  • b Jimmy Rollins hit in 36 straight games up to and including the final game of 2005. Hitting streak in one season and hitting streak over two seasons are considered two separate records by Major League Baseball. After tallying hits in the first two games of 2006, Rollins' streak officially ended at 38 over two seasons.

See also

References

General reference

"Philadelphia Phillies Team History". Baseball Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 

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