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The Philadelphia Phillies, also known as The Phils, The Fightin' Phils, or The Fightin's… The team is known for being the oldest franchise in the history of Major League Baseball.  Phillies is a member of the Eastern Division of the National League, and was considered as the one-name, one-city franchise in all of professional sports.  The Philadelphia Phillies was homed in Recreation Park from 1883 to 1886, in Baker Bowl from 1887 to 1938, in Connie Mack Stadium from 1938 to 1970, and in Veterans Stadium from 1971 to 2003.  However, since 2004 up to the present time, the Citizens Bank Park has been the ballpark of the Philadelphia Phillies

The team of the Philadelphia Phillies started to play professional baseball in 1883, when the Worcester Brown Stockings was expelled from the Major League Baseball due to the very small decrease of attendance in 1882.  In 1883, the Philadelphia Phillies was founded and was called the Philadelphia Quakers, who played their inaugural season on the 1st day of the month of May in year 1883.  Beginning 1890, owner Al Reach renamed the team as Philadelphia Phillies, which originated from the term “philly,” which means a resident of the city of Philadelphia.  In addition to this, the team had a solid 1890 season with a winning record of 78 wins and 54 losses. 

The 1915 season was considered as a successful year for the Philadelphia Phillies.  The team won their first pennant with a record of 90-62.  Led by the outstanding skills of star pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander, as well as the remarkable right fielder Gavvy Cravath, the team of Philadelphia Phillies made it to the World Series.  On the other hand, the team’s opponent Boston Red Sox had exerted much effort as they defeated the Phillies by four games to one during the 1915 World Series.  In the 1950 season, the Philadelphia Phillies tickets were sold to a total of 1,217,035 fans and the team had a remarkable record of 91-63.  The team was led by the so called “Whiz Kids,” which comprised of Richie Ashburn, Del Ennis, Granny Hamner, Willie Jones, and Curt Simmons.  The aforementioned players are young and skillful players who were products of the Phillies farm system.  The teamwork of the whiz kids as well as significant veterans like Andy Seminick, Dick Sisler, and Eddie Waitkus, made the team to be considered as one of the franchise’s most beloved teams and one of the most admired players of the MLB.  The team won their second National League pennant during the 1950 season and made a come back in the World Series, but was unfortunately defeated by the New York Yankees by four games to none. 

The Philadelphia Phillies kept on struggling for success through which, by the seasons of 1976, 1977 and 1978, the team reached the first place in the National League Eastern Division.  In the said years, the team gained season records of 101-61, 101-61 and 90-72 respectively.  In 1980 however, with a record of 91 wins and 71 losses, the Phillies successfully won the National League Championship Series against the Houston Astros by three games to two.  The 1950 NLCS was considered as one of the best post-season series of all time, in which 4 of the games were decided in extra innings. Behind 2 games to 1, the Philadelphia Phillies won the last two, as well as a pulsating 5th game in which they had trailed, 5-2, against Nolan Ryan in the eighth inning. The Philadelphia Phillies, who came back with 5 runs in the eighth, finally won in the 10th, 8-7, on Gary Maddox's RBI single. Dick Ruthven got the win in relief and Manny Trillo was named the League Championship Series MVP.  As the Phillies reached the 1980 World Series, they faced the Kansas City Royals.  The 1980 season was considered as the major success in the franchise history, because it was the team’s first and so far the last World Series title.  The Philadelphia Phillies won the first two games, while the next two games were captured by their opponent, the Kansas City Royals.  The Philadelphia Phillies fought for games 5 and 6 that made them win both games.  During the final game, the Philadelphia Phillies tickets were grabbed by fans who waited for the exciting match.  In Game 6, Steve Carlton acquired his second win of the Series, but not before some late inning by Pete Rose, who caught the ball after it popped out of Catcher Bret Boone’s glove.  Game 6 ended with Tug McGraw striking out Willie Wilson for the final out.  The Philadelphia Phillies then was hailed champions of the 1980 World Series with Mike Schmidt as the World Series MVP. 

After the 1980 World Series, the Philadelphia Phillies continued to be a striving team that in fact gave them a World Series come back in 1983 and 1993.  Though the team was defeated by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1983 World Series as well as by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1993 World Series, the Phillies showed concentration and great efforts for their games as shown by their year-by-year records and NL Championship Series titles for the 1983 (against Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-1) and 1993 (against Atlanta Braves, 4-2) seasons. 

The team of Philadelphia Phillies is lined-up with great players. These players are composed of the following active roster and non-roster invitees:

Active Roster


• Antonio Alfonseca
• Eude Brito
• Fabio Castro
• Clay Condrey
• Adam Eaton
• Anderson Garcia
• Freddy Garcia
• Geoff Geary
• Justin Germano
• Tom Gordon
• Cole Hamels
• Jon Lieber
• Ryan Madson
• Scott Mathieson
• Jamie Moyer
• Brett Myers
• Brian Sanches
• Zack Segovia
• Alfredo Simon
• Matt Smith
• Jim Ed Warden


• Rod Barajas
• Ryan Budde
• Chris Coste
• Carlos Ruiz


• Greg Dobbs
• Wes Helms
• Ryan Howard
• Abraham Nunez
• Jimmy Rollins
• Danny Sandoval
• Chase Utley


• Michael Bourn
• Pat Burrell
• Chris Roberson
• Aaron Rowand
• Shane Victorino
• Jayson Werth

Non-Roster Invitees


• Joseph Bisenius
• Ryan Cameron
• Jim Crowell
• Kane Davis
• Kyle Drabek
• John Ennis
• Jeff Farnsworth
• J.A. Happ
• Brian Mazone


• Tim Gradoville
• Jason Hill
• Jason Jaramillo
• Lou Marson
• Dusty Wathan


• Brent Abernathy
• Andrew Beattie
• Brennan King
• Randall Simon


• Ron Calloway
• Lou Collier
• Karim Garcia
• Gregory Golson

The Philadelphia Phillies is a struggling team who would give its best shot to win victory.  Fans and even MLB supporters continually buy Philadelphia Phillies tickets due to the team’s much-awaited game plays.  The Philadelphia Phillies is indeed one of the enthusiastic teams of the Major League Baseball.

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