This Day in Phillies History – September 25, 1064

Let’s go back in time to this day in Phillies history, September 25, 1964 the following took place… Of all the losses during their collapse, the game on September 25, 1964 stands out. “It was like a World Series game,” said Braves manager Bobby Bragan. After two bad outings and then Chico Ruiz’s steal of home

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This Day in Phillies History – September 21, 1964

On September 21, 1964 the Phillies had a six-and-a-half game lead with 12 games to play when they met the Cincinnati Reds at Connie Mack Stadium. With skipper Fred Hutchinson battling cancer, Coach Dick Sisler was the Reds’ interim manager. Sisler had played for the 1950 Phillies, the “Whiz Kids,” who blew a seven-and-a-half game

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