List of Philadelphia Phillies seasons

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The 1915 World Series was the Phillies' first post-season appearance (1915 team pictured).

The Philadelphia Phillies have completed 131 seasons in Major League Baseball since their inception in 1883. Through 2013, they have played 19,052 regular season games, winning 9,035 and losing 10,162, for a winning percentage of .471. The Phillies have also a combined record of 49–55 (.471) in post-season play.[1] This list documents the season-by-season records of the Phillies' franchise including their year as the "Quakers" and the years where they shared the names "Quakers" and "Phillies." The team was formed in the National League after the dissolution of the Worcester baseball franchise at the end of 1882, though there is no additional connection between the teams.[2]

At times, the Phillies' search for success has been seen as an exercise in futility,[3][4] because of their long stretches of losing seasons,[5] including 16 straight from 1933 through 1948.[6] However, the Phillies do own seven National League pennants, won in 1915, 1950, 1980, 1983, 1993, 2008, and 2009, as well as championships in the 1980 and 2008 World Series. Compared to the team's early days, the Phillies have recently been more successful than not, with two periods of extended success: the first from 1975 to 1983, when they won five East Division championships as well as the first-half championship in the strike-shortened 1981 season,[5] and the second starting in 2001, with a winning percentage of .540 over those nine seasons, finishing above .500 in all but one, and making the playoffs from 2007 to 2011.

The Phillies posted their franchise record for losses in a season during their record-setting streak of sixteen consecutive losing seasons in 1941 with 111,[7] falling shy of the modern (post-dead-ball era) Major League record of 120 losses in a season.[8][9] During the 2007 season, the franchise also became the first professional sports team in American history to reach 10,000 losses.[10] The Phillies have thrice surpassed the century mark for wins in a season: in 1976 with 101 wins,[11] when they made their first playoff appearance in 26 seasons; again the next season when they matched that mark;[12] and in 2011, when they set the franchise single-season record for wins with 102 victories and clinched a playoff position at the earliest point in team history.[13][14] Philadelphia finished the 2010 season with a record of 97–65, marking the first time that the team completed a season with Major League Baseball's best record;[15] they duplicated this accomplishment in 2011 as the majors' only 100-win team.[14]

Year by year[edit]

Black-and-white photo of Ed Delahanty in a suit, facing right
Big Ed Delahanty, 2B/OF/1B, 1888–1889, 1891–1901
Sepia-tone baseball card of Bob Allen bent over, by the Old Judge Cigarette Factory
Bob Allen, SS/manager, 1890–1894
Black and white image of Hugh Duffy in a baseball cap and jacket, facing left
Hugh Duffy, OF/manager, 1904–1906
Baseball card with drawing of Kaiser Wilhelm holding a bat
Kaiser Wilhelm, P/manager, 1921–1922
Chuck Klein, OF, 1928–1933, 1936–1939, 1940–1944
Jim Konstanty, P, 1948–1954
Mike Schmidt watches a ball while golfing with pine trees in the background
Mike Schmidt, 3B, 1972–1989
Pat Burrell standing at the plate holding a baseball bat
Pat Burrell, OF, 2000–2008
Ryan Howard swinging at a pitch during a spring training game
Ryan Howard, 1B, 2004–present
Cole Hamels, wearing the Phillies home uniform from 2010, prepares to throw a ball
Cole Hamels, P, 2006–present
World Series champions
(1903–present)World Series champions
National League champions
(1883–present)National League champions
Division champions
(1969–present)*
Wild Card berth
(1994–present)§
MLB
season
Team
season
League[1] Division[1] Regular season Postseason Awards
Finish[a] Wins[b] Losses Win% GB[c]
Philadelphia Quakers
1883 1883 NL 8th 17 81 .173 46
Philadelphia Quakers/Philadelphia Phillies
1884 1884 NL 6th 39 73 .348 45
1885 1885 NL 3rd 56 54 .509 30
1886 1886 NL 4th 71 43 .623 14
1887 1887[m] NL 2nd 75 48 .610 312
1888 1888 NL 3rd 69 61 .531 1412
1889 1889 NL 4th 63 64 .496 2012
Philadelphia Phillies
1890 1890 NL 3rd 78 54 .591 912
1891 1891 NL 4th 68 69 .496 1812
1892 1892 NL 4th 87 66 .569 1612
1893 1893 NL 4th 72 57 .558 14
1894 1894 NL 4th 71 57 .555 18
1895 1895 NL 3rd 78 53 .595 912
1896 1896 NL 8th 62 68 .477 2812
1897 1897 NL 10th 55 77 .417 38
1898 1898 NL 6th 78 71 .523 24
1899 1899 NL 3rd 94 58 .618 9
1900 1900 NL 3rd 75 63 .543 8
1901 1901 NL 2nd 83 57 .593 712
1902 1902 NL 7th 56 81 .409 46
1903 1903 NL 7th 49 86 .363 3912
1904 1904 NL 8th 52 100 .342 5312
1905 1905 NL 4th 83 69 .546 2112
1906 1906 NL 4th 71 82 .464 4512
1907 1907 NL 3rd 83 64 .565 2112
1908 1908 NL 4th 83 71 .539 16
1909 1909 NL 5th 74 79 .484 3612
1910 1910 NL 4th 78 75 .510 2512
1911 1911 NL 4th 79 73 .520 1912
1912 1912 NL 5th 73 79 .480 3012
1913 1913 NL 2nd 88 63 .583 1212
1914 1914 NL 6th 74 80 .481 2012
1915 1915 NLNational League champions 1st 90 62 .592 Lost World Series to Boston Red Sox, 4–1 [16]
1916 1916 NL 2nd 91 62 .595 212
1917 1917 NL 2nd 87 65 .572 10
1918 1918 NL 6th 55 68 .447 26
1919 1919 NL 8th 47 90 .343 4712
1920 1920 NL 8th 62 91 .405 3012
1921 1921 NL 8th 51 103 .331 4312
1922 1922 NL 7th 57 96 .373 3512
1923 1923 NL 8th 50 104 .325 4512
1924 1924 NL 7th 55 96 .364 37
1925 1925 NL 6th 68 85 .444 27
1926 1926 NL 8th 58 93 .384 2912
1927 1927 NL 8th 51 103 .331 43
1928 1928 NL 8th 43 109 .283 51
1929 1929 NL 5th 71 82 .464 2712
1930 1930 NL 8th 52 102 .338 40
1931 1931 NL 6th 66 88 .429 35
1932 1932 NL 4th 78 76 .506 12 Chuck Klein (MVP)[h][17]
1933 1933 NL 7th 60 92 .395 31 Chuck Klein (NL Triple Crown)
1934 1934 NL 7th 56 93 .376 37
1935 1935 NL 7th 64 89 .418 3512
1936 1936 NL 8th 54 100 .351 38
1937 1937[n] NL 7th 61 92 .399 3412
1938 1938[o] NL 8th 45 105 .300 43
1939 1939 NL 8th 45 106 .298 5012
1940 1940 NL 8th 50 103 .327 50
1941 1941 NL 8th 43 111 .279 57
1942 1942 NL 8th 42 109 .278 6212
1943 1943 NL 7th 64 90 .416 41
1944 1944 NL 8th 61 92 .399 4312
1945 1945 NL 8th 46 108 .299 52
1946 1946 NL 5th 69 85 .448 28
1947 1947 NL 7th 62 92 .403 32
1948 1948 NL 6th 66 88 .429 2512
1949 1949 NL 3rd 81 73 .526 16
1950 1950 NLNational League champions 1st 91 63 .591 Lost World Series to New York Yankees, 4–0[18] Jim Konstanty (MVP)[17]

Eddie Sawyer (MOY)[g][19]

1951 1951 NL 5th 73 81 .474 2312
1952 1952 NL 4th 87 67 .565 912
1953 1953 NL 3rd 83 71 .539 22
1954 1954 NL 4th 75 79 .487 22
1955 1955 NL 4th 77 77 .500 2112
1956 1956 NL 5th 71 83 .461 22
1957 1957 NL 5th 77 77 .500 18 Jack Sanford (ROY)[i][20]
1958 1958 NL 8th 69 85 .448 23
1959 1959 NL 8th 64 90 .416 23
1960 1960 NL 8th 59 95 .383 36
1961 1961 NL 8th 47 107 .305 46
1962 1962 NL 7th 81 80 .503 20 Gene Mauch (MOY)[19]
1963 1963 NL 4th 87 75 .537 12
1964 1964 NL 2nd 92 70 .568 1 Dick Allen (ROY)[20]

Gene Mauch (MOY)[19]

1965 1965 NL 6th 85 76 .528 1112
1966 1966 NL 4th 87 75 .537 8
1967 1967 NL 5th 82 80 .506 1912
1968 1968 NL 7th 76 86 .469 21
1969 1969 NL East 5th 63 99 .389 37
1970 1970[p] NL East 5th 73 88 .453 1512
1971 1971[q] NL East 6th 67 95 .414 30
1972[j] 1972 NL East 6th 59 97 .378 3712 Steve Carlton (CYA)[f][21]
1973 1973 NL East 6th 71 91 .438 1112
1974 1974 NL East 3rd 80 82 .494 8
1975 1975 NL East 2nd 86 76 .531 612
1976 1976 NL East* 1st 101 61 .623 Lost NLCS[e] to Cincinnati Reds, 3–0[11] Danny Ozark (MOY)[19]
1977 1977 NL East* 1st 101 61 .623 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles Dodgers, 3–1[12] Steve Carlton (CYA)[21]
1978 1978 NL East* 1st 90 72 .556 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles Dodgers, 3–1[22]
1979 1979 NL East 4th 84 78 .519 14
1980World Series champions 1980 NLNational League champions East* 1st 91 71 .562 Won NLCS vs. Houston Astros, 3–2
Won World Series vs. Kansas City Royals, 4–2[23]
Mike Schmidt (MVP,[17] WSMVP)[aa]
Steve Carlton (CYA)[21]
1981[k] 1981 NL East 1st 34 21 .618 Lost NLDS[d] to Montréal Expos, 3–2[24] Mike Schmidt (MVP)[17]
3rd 25 27 .481 412
1982 1982 NL East 2nd 89 73 .549 3 Steve Carlton (CYA)[21]
1983 1983 NLNational League champions East* 1st 90 72 .556 Won NLCS vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 3–1
Lost World Series to Baltimore Orioles, 4–1[25]
John Denny (CYA)[21]
1984 1984 NL East 4th 81 81 .500 1512
1985 1985 NL East 5th 75 87 .463 26
1986 1986 NL East 2nd 86 75 .534 2112 Mike Schmidt (MVP)[17]
1987 1987 NL East 5th 80 82 .494 15 Steve Bedrosian (CYA)[21]
1988 1988 NL East 6th 65 96 .404 3512
1989 1989 NL East 6th 67 95 .414 26
1990 1990 NL East 4th 77 85 .475 18
1991 1991 NL East 3rd 78 84 .481 20
1992 1992 NL East 6th 70 92 .432 26
1993 1993 NLNational League champions East* 1st 97 65 .599 Won NLCS vs. Atlanta Braves, 4–2
Lost World Series to Toronto Blue Jays, 4–2[26]
1994[l] 1994 NL East 4th 54 61 .470 2012
1995 1995 NL East 3rd 69 75 .479 21
1996 1996 NL East 5th 67 95 .414 29
1997 1997 NL East 5th 68 94 .420 33 Scott Rolen (ROY)[20]
1998 1998 NL East 3rd 75 87 .463 31
1999 1999 NL East 3rd 77 85 .475 26
2000 2000 NL East 5th 65 97 .401 30
2001 2001 NL East 2nd 86 76 .531 2 Larry Bowa (MOY)[19]
2002 2002 NL East 3rd 80 81 .497 2112
2003 2003[r] NL East 3rd 86 76 .531 15
2004 2004[s] NL East 2nd 86 76 .531 10 Jason Michaels (BLOOP)[t]
2005 2005 NL East 2nd 88 74 .543 2 Ryan Howard (ROY)[20]
2006 2006 NL East 2nd 85 77 .525 12 Ryan Howard (MVP)[17]
2007 2007 NL East* 1st 89 73 .549 Lost NLDS to Colorado Rockies, 3–0[27] Jimmy Rollins (MVP)[17]
2008World Series champions 2008 NLNational League champions East* 1st 92 70 .568 Won NLDS vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 3–1
Won NLCS vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 4–1
Won World Series vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 4–1
Brad Lidge (DMOY, CLO,[u] CPOY)[v]
Charlie Manuel (MGR)[w]
Pat Gillick (EXEC)[x]
Chase Utley (PMY)[y]
Cole Hamels (LCSMVP,[z] WSMVP)[aa]
2009 2009 NLNational League champions East* 1st 93 69 .574 Won NLDS vs. Colorado Rockies, 3–1
Won NLCS vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 4–1
Lost World Series to New York Yankees, 4–2
J.A. Happ (ROY)[28]
Jayson Werth (UnsungPOY)[29]
Ruben Amaro, Jr. (EXEC)[30]
Ryan Howard (LCSMVP)[z]
2010 2010 NL East* 1st 97 65 .599 Won NLDS vs. Cincinnati Reds, 3–0

Lost NLCS to San Francisco Giants, 4–2

Roy Halladay (CYA,[21] SPOY,[31] ClutchPOY,[32] PMY)[33]
Carlos Ruiz (X-FactorPOY)[34]
2011 2011 NL East* 1st 102 60 .630 Lost NLDS to St. Louis Cardinals, 3–2
2012 2012 NL East 3rd 81 81 .500 17
2013 2013 NL East 4th 73 89 .451 23
2014 2014 NL East 5th 73 89 .451 23
Totals Wins Losses Win%
9,464 10,552 .473 All-time regular season record (1883–2014)
49 54 .476 All-time postseason record
9,513 10,606 .473 All-time regular and postseason record

These statistics are current as of the conclusion of the 2014 Major League Baseball season.

Footnotes[edit]

A concrete pentagonal marker in the parking lot
This commemorative plate marks the location of home plate at the former site of Veterans Stadium in the Citizens Bank Park parking lot.
The outline of the Liberty Bell and the logo of Citizens Bank Park against a sunset
The iconic Liberty Bell at Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park
A succession of plaques showing historical Phillies figures
The Phillies' Wall of Fame at Citizens Bank Park

References[edit]

General

"Philadelphia Phillies Year-by-Year History". Phillies.MLB.com. Philadelphia Phillies. Retrieved April 27, 2008. 
"Philadelphia Phillies Team History & Encyclopedia". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved November 29, 2008. 
"Major League Baseball Standings". MLB.com. Major League Baseball. Retrieved April 27, 2008. 

Inline citations
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  31. ^ Go to 2010 This Year in Baseball Awards and click on "Starter" for video of Starting Pitcher of the Year. MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Retrieved 2011-09-05.
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