In what state would you be if you saw a home game of the Philadelph Phillies?
Philadelphia is in the state of Pennsylvania
What were the scores of the Baltimore Orioles and Philadelphia Phillies games in the 1983 World Series?
If you are referring to the 2009 NLCS, then the answer is yes. The Phillies shut out the Dodgers in game 3 of the series, 11-0. The Phillies won the series 4-1. Game one: 8-6 Phillies in Los Angeles Game two: 2-1 Dodgers in Los Angeles Game three: 11-0 Phillies in Philadelphia Game four: 5-4 Phillies in Philadelphia Game five: 10-4 Phillies in Philadelphia
Game 2 The scores of the 5 games are as follows: Game 1: Phillies win 3-2 with Cole Hamels getting the win Game 2: Rays win 4-2 with James Shields getting the win Game 3: Phillies win 5-4 with JC Romero getting the win Game 4: Phillies win 10-2 with Joe Blanton getting the win Game 5: Phillies win 4-3 with JC Romero getting his second win
If the Phillies Mets and Padres all end the season with the same record how do they determine which teams go to the playoffs?
The scenario you describe has two playoff spots open .... the NL East title and the wild card. In this case, the Phillies and the Mets would play a one game playoff. The winner would be crowned NL East champion. The loser would then play a one game playoff with the Padres. The winner would be crowned the wild card team and the loser would be out of the playoffs.
If the Mets and Phillies end the season with the same record why is there a one game playoff when the Phillies won the season series with the Mets?
To have a playoff offers more chances to sell tickets, beer, and air time. C'mon ... that's an easy one. -- In cases where one team makes the postseason and the other doesn't, baseball does not settle ties using best head-to-head record but rather through a one game tiebreaker. If however the only question is which team wins the division and which wins the Wild Card, best head to head record is used to determine…
All the players in the May 16, 2009 night game between the Phillies and Washington Nationals are wearing #42. MLB honored Jackie Robinson on April 15, the day of Robinson's first ever MLB game, by having all players on all teams playing wear the #42. The Phillies/Nationals game was rained out that day. The honor to Jackie Robinson was moved to the next series the Phillies played the Nationals.
The longest game for the Phillies was against Washington in a 1-0 defeat. The game lasted 15 innings on April 13, 1926 (not very modern). The longest doubleheader for the Phillies was against San Diego, which lasted 12 hours and 5 minutes. The first game went 9 innings and the second was 10 innings. The cause of this was a rain delay.