1967 Philadelphia Phillies season – Wikipedia

1967 Game Log[7]
Overall Record: 82–80
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 11 @ Cubs 2–4 Ferguson Jenkins (1–0) Jim Bunning (0–1) None 16,462 0–1
2 April 12 @ Cubs 5–4 (11) Rick Wise (1–0) Rich Nye (0–1) None 2,690 1–1
April 13 @ Cubs Postponed (rain);[8]Makeup: August 10
3 April 14 Mets 5–1 Chris Short (1–0) Jack Fisher (0–1) None 26,649 2–1
4 April 15 Mets 6–2 Jim Bunning (1–1) Bob Shaw (0–1) None 5,195 3–1
5 April 16 Mets 2–0 Larry Jackson (1–0) Bill Denehy (0–1) None 9,213 4–1
April 17 Cubs Postponed (rain);[9]Makeup: June 6 as a traditional double-header
6 April 18 Cubs 4–8 Bill Hands (1–0) Chris Short (1–1) None 3,172 4–2
April 19 Pirates Postponed (cold weather);[10]Makeup: June 15 as a traditional double-header
7 April 21 @ Mets 3–6 Jack Fisher (1–1) Jim Bunning (1–2) Don Shaw (3) 5,093 4–3
8 April 22 @ Mets 4–3 Larry Jackson (2–0) Bob Shaw (0–2) None 15,032 5–3
9 April 23 (1) @ Mets 10–6 Grant Jackson (1–0) Don Shaw (0–1) None see 2nd game 6–3
10 April 23 (2) @ Mets 3–1 Dick Ellsworth (1–0) Bill Denehy (0–2) None 38,081 7–3
11 April 25 @ Pirates 3–7 Billy O’Dell (1–0) Jim Bunning (1–3) None 5,585 7–4
April 26 @ Pirates Postponed (rain);[11]Makeup: August 31
12 April 27 @ Pirates 4–5 Pete Mikkelsen (1–0) Dick Hall (0–1) Bill Short (1) 4,979 7–5
13 April 28 @ Braves 8–9 Clay Carroll (2–2) Dick Hall (0–2) None 12,921 7–6
14 April 29 @ Braves 2–3 Pat Jarvis (2–0) Chris Short (1–2) Phil Niekro (3) 12,200 7–7
15 April 30 (1) @ Braves 6–4 Grant Jackson (2–0) Clay Carroll (2–3) Dick Hall (1) see 2nd game 8–7
16 April 30 (2) @ Braves 3–6 Bob Bruce (1–0) Rick Wise (1–1) Phil Niekro (4) 27,644 8–8
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
17 May 2 Astros 3–10 Mike Cuellar (2–1) Larry Jackson (2–1) None 4,568 8–9
18 May 3 Astros 1–0 Chris Short (2–2) Larry Dierker (2–2) None 4,428 9–9
19 May 4 Astros 1–4 Turk Farrell (1–0) Dick Ellsworth (1–1) Carroll Sembera (1) 3,591 9–10
20 May 5 Dodgers 3–1 Jim Bunning (2–3) Jim Brewer (0–1) Chris Short (1) 12,805 10–10
May 6 Dodgers Postponed (rain);[12]Makeup: July 18 as a traditional double-header
May 7 Dodgers Postponed (rain);[12]Makeup: September 15 as a traditional double-header
May 8 Braves Postponed (rain);[13]Makeup: May 10 as a traditional double-header
21 May 9 Braves 3–2 Chris Short (3–2) Clay Carroll (2–4) Dick Hall (2) 3,770 11–10
22 May 10 (1) Braves 4–3 Turk Farrell (2–0) Phil Niekro (0–1) None see 2nd game 12–10
23 May 10 (2) Braves 2–7 Wade Blasingame (1–0) Larry Jackson (2–2) Phil Niekro (6) 9,252 12–11
24 May 12 @ Reds 2–4 Sammy Ellis (3–2) Dick Ellsworth (1–2) None 10,460 12–12
25 May 13 @ Reds 3–2 Turk Farrell (3–0) Billy McCool (3–2) None 16,076 13–12
26 May 14 (1) @ Reds 1–2 Jim Maloney (2–2) Larry Jackson (2–3) Ted Abernathy (11) see 2nd game 13–13
27 May 14 (2) @ Reds 0–1 Gary Nolan (3–1) Jim Bunning (2–4) None 12,381 13–14
28 May 16 @ Cardinals 3–4 Joe Hoerner (1–1) Grant Jackson (2–1) None 10,514 13–15
29 May 17 @ Cardinals 2–3 Dick Hughes (1–1) Turk Farrell (3–1) None 15,923 13–16
30 May 18 Reds 7–1[a] Jim Bunning (3–4) Billy McCool (3–3) None 8,045 14–16
31 May 19 Reds 1–6 Jim Maloney (3–2) Larry Jackson (2–4) None 12,204 14–17
32 May 20 Reds 2–5 Gerry Arrigo (4–0) Grant Jackson (2–2) None 6,299 14–18
33 May 21 Reds 2–1 (18) Dick Hall (1–2) Darrell Osteen (0–1) None 8,641 15–18
34 May 22 Giants 1–3 Gaylord Perry (2–4) Jim Bunning (3–5) None 9,341 15–19
35 May 23 Giants 4–5 (11) Frank Linzy (3–1) Turk Farrell (3–2) Bill Henry (2) 9,920 15–20
May 24 Giants Postponed (rain);[14]Makeup: June 30 as a traditional double-header
36 May 26 Cardinals 7–4 Dick Hall (2–2) Ron Willis (1–1) Turk Farrell (1) 15,365 16–20
37 May 27 Cardinals 4–11 Larry Jaster (3–1) Grant Jackson (2–3) Nelson Briles (1) 6,351 16–21
38 May 28 Cardinals 3–8 Steve Carlton (3–1) Larry Jackson (2–5) None 11,250 16–22
39 May 29 @ Giants 9–12 Joe Gibbon (1–0) Dick Ellsworth (1–3) Lindy McDaniel (1) 6,875 16–23
40 May 30 @ Giants 5–4 Jim Bunning (4–5) Juan Marichal (8–4) None 26,981 17–23
41 May 31 @ Dodgers 6–0 (11) Dick Hall (3–2) Don Drysdale (5–4) None 16,044 18–23
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
42 June 1 @ Dodgers 6–1 Larry Jackson (3–5) Claude Osteen (6–5) None 16,597 19–23
43 June 2 @ Astros 5–3 Dick Ellsworth (2–3) Chris Zachary (0–6) Turk Farrell (2) 12,794 20–23
44 June 3 @ Astros 4–2 Jim Bunning (5–5) Larry Dierker (5–3) None 20,930 21–23
45 June 4 @ Astros 6–1 Turk Farrell (4–2) Dan Schneider (0–1) Dick Hall (3) 25,836 22–23
46 June 5 Cubs 3–13 Bob Hendley (2–0) Larry Jackson (3–6) Cal Koonce (2) 5,865 22–24
47 June 6 (1) Cubs 8–6 Dick Hall (4–2) Chuck Hartenstein (0–1) None see 2nd game 23–24
48 June 6 (2) Cubs 9–8 Turk Farrell (5–2) Ray Culp (3–5) None 14,576 24–24
49 June 7 Cubs 1–3 Ferguson Jenkins (7–3) Jim Bunning (5–6) None 8,137 24–25
50 June 9 @ Pirates 1–16 Billy O’Dell (5–2) Rick Wise (1–2) None 17,064 24–26
51 June 10 @ Pirates 3–4 Al McBean (2–0) Dick Hall (4–3) None 17,587 24–27
52 June 11 @ Pirates 14–1 Jim Bunning (6–6) Juan Pizarro (3–6) None 15,915 25–27
53 June 12 Braves 7–4 Turk Farrell (6–2) Dick Kelley (1–6) None 9,874 26–27
54 June 13 Braves 0–1 Phil Niekro (2–2) Rick Wise (1–3) None 10,722 26–28
55 June 14 Braves 7–16 Ken Johnson (6–4) Larry Jackson (3–7) Bob Bruce (1) 10,143 26–29
56 June 15 (1) Pirates 4–1 Dick Hall (5–3) Bob Veale (7–2) None see 2nd game 27–29
57 June 15 (2) Pirates 2–5 Steve Blass (2–1) Dick Ellsworth (2–4) None 24,480 27–30
58 June 16 Pirates 5–3 Larry Jackson (4–7) Billy O’Dell (5–4) None 20,796 28–30
59 June 17 Pirates 5–6 Dennis Ribant (3–3) Jim Bunning (6–7) Roy Face (10) 9,595 28–31
60 June 18 Pirates 3–5 Tommie Sisk (5–4) Rick Wise (1–4) Juan Pizarro (1) 14,726 28–32
61 June 20 Mets 4–0 Larry Jackson (5–7) Bob Hendley (2–1) None 7,718 29–32
62 June 21 Mets 0–2 Jack Fisher (5–7) Jim Bunning (6–8) None 8,229 29–33
June 22 Mets Postponed (rain);[15]Makeup: August 15 as a traditional double-header
63 June 23 @ Cardinals 2–3 Dick Hughes (7–2) Rick Wise (1–5) None 31,727 29–34
64 June 24 @ Cardinals 1–2 Bob Gibson (9–5) Larry Jackson (5–8) None 19,486 29–35
65 June 25 (1) @ Cardinals 6–4 Jim Bunning (7–8) Larry Jaster (4–3) Dick Hall (4) see 2nd game 30–35
66 June 25 (2) @ Cardinals 10–4 John Boozer (1–0) Al Jackson (5–3) None 47,020 31–35
67 June 26 @ Cubs 2–4 Rich Nye (6–3) Turk Farrell (6–3) Chuck Hartenstein (1) 9,145 31–36
68 June 27 @ Cubs 4–2 Rick Wise (2–5) Curt Simmons (3–6) Dick Hall (5) 12,769 32–36
69 June 28 @ Mets 6–5 John Boozer (2–0) Tom Seaver (6–5) Dick Hall (6) 20,396 33–36
70 June 29 @ Mets 1–0 Jim Bunning (8–8) Jack Fisher (5–9) None 13,653 34–36
71 June 30 (1) Giants 10–3 Chris Short (4–2) Gaylord Perry (5–10) None see 2nd game 35–36
72 June 30 (2) Giants 3–12 Juan Marichal (11–6) Turk Farrell (6–4) None 22,618 35–37
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
73 July 1 Giants 2–3 Mike McCormick (9–3) Rick Wise (2–6) Frank Linzy (10) 20,181 35–38
74 July 2 Giants 8–7 Dick Hall (6–3) Lindy McDaniel (1–4) None 11,667 36–38
75 July 4 (1) Astros 9–0 Chris Short (5–2) Dave Giusti (4–8) None see 2nd game 37–38
76 July 4 (2) Astros 4–3 (11) Larry Jackson (6–8) Barry Latman (1–4) None 16,368 38–38
77 July 5 Astros 3–2 Rick Wise (3–6) Mike Cuellar (9–4) Dick Hall (7) 7,547 39–38
78 July 7 Cardinals 1–5 Steve Carlton (7–5) Larry Jackson (6–9) None 21,176 39–39
79 July 8 Cardinals 4–6 (12) Nelson Briles (4–2) Dick Hall (6–4) Al Jackson (1) 21,488 39–40
80 July 9 Cardinals 4–3 (10) Rick Wise (4–6) Ron Willis (1–3) None 19,619 40–40
July 11 1967 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim
July 13 @ Braves Postponed (rain);[16]Makeup: September 4 as a day-night double-header[17]
81 July 14 @ Braves 2–4 Tony Cloninger (3–4) Rick Wise (4–7) Cecil Upshaw (1) 21,168 40–41
82 July 15 @ Braves 2–5 Pat Jarvis (9–3) Chris Short (5–3) None 21,118 40–42
83 July 16 @ Reds 8–0 Jim Bunning (9–8) Gerry Arrigo (5–4) None 15,512 41–42
84 July 17 @ Reds 5–8 Ted Abernathy (3–3) Dick Hall (6–5) None 7,517 41–43
85 July 18 (1) Dodgers 5–0 Rick Wise (5–7) Don Sutton (6–11) None see 2nd game 42–43
86 July 18 (2) Dodgers 1–2 Phil Regan (3–4) John Boozer (2–1) Ron Perranoski (8) 17,746 42–44
87 July 19 Dodgers 1–3 (11) Jim Brewer (3–2) Chris Short (5–4) Ron Perranoski (9) 12,337 42–45
88 July 20 Dodgers 10–4 Larry Jackson (7–9) Claude Osteen (11–10) None 11,311 43–45
89 July 21 Reds 5–3 Turk Farrell (7–4) Sammy Ellis (6–7) Dick Hall (8) 15,899 44–45
90 July 22 Reds 7–2 Rick Wise (6–7) Jim Maloney (8–6) None 16,733 45–45
91 July 23 Reds 1–2 Milt Pappas (9–7) Chris Short (5–5) Ted Abernathy (15) 13,063 45–46
92 July 24 @ Astros 1–2 (11) Mike Cuellar (10–6) Dick Hall (6–6) None 20,275 45–47
93 July 25 @ Astros 12–7 Jim Bunning (10–8) Wade Blasingame (3–3) John Boozer (1) 15,294 46–47
94 July 26 @ Astros 2–3 Larry Sherry (1–1) Rick Wise (6–8) None 10,741 46–48
95 July 27 @ Giants 8–3 John Boozer (3–1) Mike McCormick (13–5) None 9,786 47–48
96 July 28 @ Giants 2–7 Juan Marichal (13–9) Larry Jackson (7–10) None 16,155 47–49
97 July 29 @ Giants 1–6 Gaylord Perry (7–12) Jim Bunning (10–9) None 16,839 47–50
98 July 30 @ Dodgers 0–1 Don Sutton (7–12) Chris Short (5–6) None 20,806 47–51
99 July 31 @ Dodgers 4–2 (11) Dick Hall (7–6) Ron Perranoski (3–5) Turk Farrell (3) 18,442 48–51
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
100 August 1 @ Dodgers 2–1 Larry Jackson (8–10) Claude Osteen (12–11) None 20,893 49–51
101 August 2 @ Dodgers 3–2 (10) Jim Bunning (11–9) Phil Regan (4–5) Turk Farrell (4) 19,512 50–51
102 August 4 Astros 7–1 Dick Ellsworth (3–4) Don Wilson (8–6) None 7,349 51–51
103 August 5 Astros 10–3 John Boozer (4–1) Wade Blasingame (4–4) Grant Jackson (1) 4,695 52–51
104 August 6 Astros 8–4 Dick Hall (8–6) Don Wilson (8–7) None 25,845 53–51
105 August 7 Giants 8–0 Jim Bunning (12–9) Gaylord Perry (8–13) None 15,383 54–51
106 August 8 Giants 5–4 (10) Turk Farrell (8–4) Frank Linzy (5–6) None 15,896 55–51
August 9 Giants Postponed (rain);[18]Makeup: September 30 as a traditional double-header in San Francisco
107 August 10 @ Cubs 2–3 Chuck Hartenstein (6–2) Dick Hall (8–7) Bill Stoneman (1) 9,557 55–52
108 August 11 @ Cubs 2–1 Jim Bunning (13–9) Jim Ellis (0–1) None 8,766 56–52
109 August 12 @ Cubs 9–0 Dick Ellsworth (4–4) Joe Niekro (6–6) None 16,719 57–52
110 August 13 (1) @ Cubs 2–6 Ken Holtzman (6–0) John Boozer (4–2) Bill Stoneman (2) see 2nd game 57–53
111 August 13 (2) @ Cubs 0–1 Ferguson Jenkins (16–9) Rick Wise (6–9) None 32,750 57–54
112 August 14 Mets 3–8 Jack Fisher (8–13) Larry Jackson (8–11) None 7,311 57–55
113 August 15 (1) Mets 3–2 (12) Turk Farrell (9–4) Hal Reniff (3–5) None see 2nd game 58–55
114 August 15 (2) Mets 7–5 John Boozer (5–2) Don Cardwell (3–9) Turk Farrell (5) 13,932 59–55
115 August 16 Mets 3–5 Cal Koonce (4–2) Dick Ellsworth (4–5) Dick Selma (1) 7,541 59–56
116 August 17 Cubs 5–2 (12) Dick Hall (9–7) Bill Hands (5–6) None 15,786 60–56
117 August 18 Cubs 1–3 Jim Ellis (1–1) Larry Jackson (8–12) Chuck Hartenstein (9) 16,485 60–57
118 August 19 Cubs 1–6 Rich Nye (10–9) Jim Bunning (13–10) None 7,228 60–58
119 August 20 Cubs 1–6 Ken Holtzman (7–0) Chris Short (5–7) Bill Stoneman (3) 7,854 60–59
120 August 22 (1) @ Mets 2–0 Rick Wise (7–9) Tom Seaver (12–10) None see 2nd game 61–59
121 August 22 (2) @ Mets 11–4 Larry Jackson (9–12) Jack Fisher (8–15) Turk Farrell (6) 30,951 62–59
122 August 23 @ Mets 3–2 Dick Ellsworth (5–5) Cal Koonce (4–3) Dick Hall (9) 18,456 63–59
August 24 Pirates Postponed (rain);[19]Makeup: August 25 as a traditional double-header
123 August 25 (1) Pirates 2–0 Jim Bunning (14–10) Tommie Sisk (10–11) None see 2nd game 64–59
124 August 25 (2) Pirates 6–2 Chris Short (6–7) Steve Blass (4–6) Turk Farrell (7) 13,696 65–59
125 August 26 Pirates 1–0 Rick Wise (8–9) Bob Veale (14–7) None 16,454 66–59
126 August 27 Pirates 2–0 (5) Larry Jackson (10–12) Woodie Fryman (2–7) None 10,953 67–59
127 August 28 @ Reds 3–2 Dick Ellsworth (6–5) Gerry Arrigo (6–6) Turk Farrell (8) 9,524 68–59
128 August 29 @ Reds 0–1 Gary Nolan (11–6) Jim Bunning (14–11) Ted Abernathy (22) 8,667 68–60
129 August 30 @ Reds 1–2 Milt Pappas (14–9) Chris Short (6–8) Ted Abernathy (23) 6,453 68–61
130 August 31 @ Pirates 4–6 Bob Veale (15–7) Dick Hall (9–8) Juan Pizarro (5) 3,406 68–62
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
131 September 1 @ Pirates 0–3 Woodie Fryman (3–7) Larry Jackson (10–13) None 6,113 68–63
132 September 2 @ Pirates 1–9 Al McBean (5–3) Jim Bunning (14–12) None 6,431 68–64
133 September 3 @ Pirates 7–2 Chris Short (7–8) Tommie Sisk (10–12) Turk Farrell (9) 7,164 69–64
134 September 4 (1) @ Braves 2–8 Clay Carroll (6–10) Rick Wise (8–10) None 10,060 69–65
135 September 4 (2) @ Braves 1–8 Tony Cloninger (4–6) Dick Ellsworth (6–6) Cecil Upshaw (7) 10,103 69–66
136 September 5 @ Braves 4–3 (11) Dick Hall (10–8) Ed Rakow (3–2) None 4,153 70–66
137 September 6 Reds 9–0 Jim Bunning (15–12) Jim Maloney (13–10) None 7,822 71–66
138 September 7 Reds 1–3 Milt Pappas (15–10) Chris Short (7–9) Ted Abernathy (25) 7,276 71–67
139 September 8 Braves 4–1 Rick Wise (9–10) Clay Carroll (6–11) None 11,220 72–67
140 September 9 Braves 4–3 Larry Jackson (11–13) Tony Cloninger (4–7) Turk Farrell (10) 9,607 73–67
141 September 10 Braves 10–5 Jim Bunning (16–12) Ken Johnson (13–8) Turk Farrell (11) 5,642 74–67
142 September 11 @ Cardinals 1–5 Nelson Briles (12–5) Chris Short (7–10) None 18,390 74–68
143 September 12 @ Cardinals 0–6 Bob Gibson (12–6) Rick Wise (9–11) Larry Jaster (3) 19,932 74–69
144 September 13 @ Cardinals 3–0 Larry Jackson (12–13) Dick Hughes (14–6) None 18,683 75–69
145 September 15 (1) Dodgers 0–1 Bill Singer (12–6) Jim Bunning (16–13) None see 2nd game 75–70
146 September 15 (2) Dodgers 0–1 Don Drysdale (11–15) Chris Short (7–11) None 12,018 75–71
147 September 16 Dodgers 8–4 (11) Turk Farrell (10–4) Ron Perranoski (6–7) None 5,549 76–71
148 September 17 Dodgers 6–1 Larry Jackson (13–13) Claude Osteen (16–16) None 8,464 77–71
149 September 18 Cardinals 1–5 Bob Gibson (13–6) Dick Ellsworth (6–7) None 10,433 77–72
150 September 19 Cardinals 0–1 Dick Hughes (15–6) Jim Bunning (16–14) None 9,934 77–73
151 September 20 Cardinals 3–1 Chris Short (8–11) Steve Carlton (14–9) None 8,466 78–73
152 September 22 @ Dodgers 1–7 Don Sutton (11–15) Larry Jackson (13–14) None 14,006 78–74
153 September 23 @ Dodgers 4–0 Jim Bunning (17–14) Claude Osteen (16–17) None 14,943 79–74
154 September 24 @ Dodgers 3–1 Rick Wise (10–11) John Duffie (0–2) None 15,259 80–74
155 September 25 @ Astros 3–4 Howie Reed (1–1) Turk Farrell (10–5) None 6,771 80–75
156 September 26 @ Astros 2–3 Dave Eilers (6–4) John Boozer (5–3) None 7,256 80–76
157 September 27 @ Astros 0–1 (11) Mike Cuellar (16–11) Jim Bunning (17–15) None 3,616 80–77
158 September 28 @ Giants 2–1 Rick Wise (11–11) Gaylord Perry (15–17) Turk Farrell (12) 3,471 81–77
159 September 29 @ Giants 9–1 Chris Short (9–11) Ron Herbel (4–5) None 6,997 82–77
160 September 30 (1) @ Giants 2–3 Ray Sadecki (12–6) Larry Jackson (13–15) None see 2nd game 82–78
161 September 30 (2) @ Giants 0–1 Néstor Chávez (1–0) John Boozer (5–4) Lindy McDaniel (2) 11,667 82–79
^[a] The May 18, 1967, game was protested by the Reds in the bottom of the sixth inning.[20] The protest was later denied.[20][21]