Brett Myers struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning setting off a celebration at Citizens Bank Park in 2007 when the Phillies advanced to the postseason for the first time since 1993. That season started the greatest era in franchise history.
WS #5 at Baker Bowl: Red Sox win third World Series in 10 years with another one-run decision over the Phillies, 5-4, as Harry Hoover hits two homers, including the game- winner in the top of the ninth.
NLCS #6 at Veterans Stadium: Two run hits by Darren Daulton, Dave Hollins and Mickey Morandini defeat Atlanta, 6 3, sending the Phillies into their fifth World Series. Mitch Williams strikes out Bill Pecota to end the game.
NLCS #5 at Los Angeles: Trailing by two runs in the eighth inning, Shane Victorino hits a two-run homer and Matt Stairs follows with a pinch-hit, game-winning two-run homer. 7-5 win gives the Phillies in a commanding 3-1 lead.
WS #1 at Veterans Stadium: Trailing Kansas City, 4-0, the Phillies erupt for five runs in the third inning, three coming on a Bake McBride home run. Tug McGraw strikes out Willie Wilson for the final out in a 7-6 decision.
WS #3 at Veterans Stadium: Gary Matthews and Joe Morgan hit lead-off homers in the second and third innings, respectively, but the Orioles rally for a 3-2 win and a 2-1 Series lead.
WS #2 at Veterans Stadium: Trailing Kansas City, 4-2, going into the eighth inning, the Phillies score four for a 6-4 win and a 2-0 Series lead. Ron Reed strikes out John Wathan for the final out.
WS #4 at Veterans Stadium: Leading 3-2 after five innings, the Phillies end up with a second straight one-run loss, this time, 5-4, to the Orioles, who lead the Series, 3-1.
NLCS #5 at Los Angeles: As in the NLDS clinching game against Milwaukee, Jimmy Rollins begins the game with a home run as the Phillies advance to the World Series with a 5-1 triumph. Cole Hamels wins his second game and is named the NLCS MVP.
NLCS #1 at Los Angeles: Carlos Ruiz and Raul Ibanez each hit a three-run homer as the Phillies open with an 8-6 win over the Dodgers.
WS #5 at Veterans Stadium: Eddie Murray hits two homers as Baltimore wins the World Championship behind Scott McGregor's five-hit shutout, 5-0.
WS #1 at Toronto: Blue Jays open defense of their World Championship with an 8-5 win over the Phillies in the SkyDome.
NLCS #2 at Los Angeles: Pedro Martinez tosses seven shutout innings but the Dodgers come back and edge the Phillies, 2-1, to even the Series at 1-1.
NLCS #1 at Citizens Bank Park: In matchup of Cy Young Award winners, Tim Lincecum and the Giants edge Roy Halladay and the Phillies, 4-3.
WS #3 at Kansas City: Royals win first World Series game, 4 3, in 10 innings on Willie Aikens' walk-off single.
WS #2 at Toronto: Jim Eisenreich and Lenny Dykstra hit homers as Phillies even World Series at 1 all with 6 4 win.
NLCS #2 at Citizens Bank Park: Jimmy Rollins caps a four-run seventh inning with a bases-clearing double and Roy Oswalt shuts down the Giants offense as the Phillies even the Series, 1-1, with a 6-1 decision.
Chuck Klein wins NL MVP Award.
WS #4 at Kansas City: Willie Aikens homers in each of the first two innings to propel the Royals to a 5-3 win that evens the Series at 2-2. In the fourth inning, Dickie Noles brushes back George Brett, setting the tone for the rest of the series.
NLCS #3 at Citizens Bank Park: Cliff Lee tosses a three-hitter while Phillies pound 11 hits in an 11-0 romp over the Dodgers to take a 2-1 Series lead. Jayson Werth and Shane Victorino homer.
WS #5 at Kansas City: Trailing 3 2 going into top of ninth, Del Unser's pinch-hit double ties the game. Manny Trillo's infield single scores Unser and Phillies win, 4 3, to take 3-2 WS lead. Tug McGraw strikes out Jose Cardenal with the bases loaded to end the game.
WS #3 at Veterans Stadium: Paul Molitor collects three hits and drives in three runs as Toronto defeats the Phillies, 10 3, to take a 2 1 Series lead.
NLCS #4 at Citizens Bank Park: Trailing, 4-3, in the bottom of the ninth, Jimmy Rollins delivers a walk-off, two-run double and a 5-4 win. Phillies lead Series, 3-1.
NLCS #3 at San Francisco: Matt Cain hurls two-hit ball for seven innings as the Giants blank the Phillies, 3-0, to take a 2-1 Series lead.