Shibe Park I

Harry Krause

A. L. ERA Leader (1.39)

Harry Krause (PHA)

1909

Frank Baker 9

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

Frank Baker (PHA)

1909

Jack Coombs

A. L. Wins Leader (31)

Jack Coombs (PHA)

1910

Eddie Collins 5

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (81)

Eddie Collins (PHA)

1910

1910 Chief Bender

No Hitter:

Chief Bender

5-12-10

vs. Cleveland Indians (4-0)

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Doc Powers Day

June 30th, 1910

Danny Murphy

Cycle:

Danny Murphy (PHA)

vs. St. Louis Browns

August 25th, 1910

Frank Baker 3

A. L. Home Run Leader (11)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1911

Jack Coombs 2

A. L. Wins Leader (28)

Jack Coombs (PHA)

1911

1911 WS

Athletics Defeat Giants

Win World Series 4-2

October 26th, 1911

Frank Baker 4

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (10)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1912

Frank Baker 7

A. L. RBI Leader (130)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1912

Frank Baker 5

A. L. Home Run Leader (12)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1913

Frank Baker 8

A. L. RBI Leader (117)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1913

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Chalmers Award

Eddie Collins (PHA)

1914

Frank Baker 6

A. L. Home Run Leader (9)

Frank “Home Run” Baker (PHA)

1914

Fritz Maisel

Fritz Maisel (NYY)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

9th Inning

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

April 17th, 1915

1916 Joe Bush

No Hitter:

Joe Bush

8-26-16

vs. Cleveland Indians (5-0)

Tilly Walker

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (11)

Tilly Walker (PHA)

1918

Eddie Rommel

A. L. Wins Leader (27)

Eddie Rommel (PHA)

1922

Bob Meusel 3

Cycle:

Bob Meusel (NYY)

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

July 3rd, 1922

1923 Sam Jones

No Hitter:

Sam Jones (NY)

9-4-23

vs. Philadelphia Athletics (2-0)

1923 Howard Ehmke

No Hitter:

Howard Ehmke (BOS)

9-7-23

vs. Philadelphia Athletics (4-0)

Eddie Rommel 2

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Eddie Rommel (PHA)

1925

Lefty Grove 15

A. L. Strikeout Leader (116)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1925

Lefty Grove 6

A. L. ERA Leader (2.51)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1926 

Lefty Grove 16

A. L. Strikeout Leader (194)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1926

Lefty Grove 17

A. L. Strikeout Leader (174)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1927

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A. L. Most Valuable Player

Mickey Cochrane (PHA)

1928

Lefty Grove 2

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (24)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1928

Lefty Grove 18

A. L. Strikeout Leader (183)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1928

George Earnshaw

A. L. Wins Leader (24)

George Earnshaw (PHA)

1929

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A. L. ERA Leader (2.81)

Left Grove (PHA)

1929 

Al Simmons 3

A. L. RBI Leader (157)

Al Simmons (PHA)

1929

Lefty Grove 19

A. L. Strikeout Leader (170)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1929

1929 WS

Athletics Defeat Cubs

Win World Series 4-1

October 14th, 1929

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A. L. Wins Leader (28)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1930

Al Simmons

A. L. Batting Champion (.381)

Al Simmons (PHA)

1930

Lefty Grove 8

A. L. ERA Leader (2.54)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1930

Lefty Grove 20

A. L. Strikeout Leader (209)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1930

1930 WS

Athletics Defeat Cardinals

Win World Series 4-2

October 8th, 1930

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A. L. Most Valuable Player

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1931

Lefty Grove 4

A. L. Wins Leader (31)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1931

Al Simmons 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.390)

Al Simmons (PHA)

1931

Lefty Grove 9

A. L. ERA Leader (2.06)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1931

Lefty Grove 21

A. L. Strikeout Leader (175)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1931

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A. L. Most Valuable Player

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1932

Chuck Klein 3

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Chuck Klein (PHI)

1932

Jimmie Foxx 5

A. L. Home Run Leader (58)

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1932

Lefty Grove 10

A. L. ERA Leader (2.84)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1932

Jimmie Foxx 11

A. L. RBI Leader (169)

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1932

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N. L. Stolen Base Leader (20)

Chuck Klein (PHI)

1932

1932 Lou Gehrig

Four Home Runs:

Lou Gehrig

June 3rd, 1932

Tony Lazzeri

Natural Cycle:

Tony Lazzeri (NYY)

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

June 3rd, 1932

Jimmie Foxx 3

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1933

Jimmie Foxx 6

A. L. Home Run Leader (48)

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1933

Lefty Grove 5

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (24)

Lefty Grove (PHA)

1933

Jimmie Foxx 9

A. L. Batting Champion (.356)

Jimme Foxx (PHA)

1933

Jimmie Foxx 12

A. L. RBI Leader (163)

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1933

Philadelphia Stars

Philadelphia Stars Played

Monday Night Games at Shibe Park

1933 – 1952

Jimmie Foxx 7

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (36)

Jimmie Foxx (PHA)

1935

Tony Lazzeri 2 Grand Slams

Tony Lazzeri Hits

Two Grand Slams

May 24th, 1936

Billy Werber 3

A. L. Co-Stolen Base Leader (35)

Billy Werber (PHA)

1937

Claude Passeau 2

N. L. Co-Strikeout Leader (137)

Claude Passeau (PHI/CHC)

1939

Jim Tabor

Jim Tabor Hits

Two Grand Slams

July 4th, 1939

Kirby Higbe 3

N. L. Strikeout Leader (137)

Kirby Higbe (PHI)

1940

1940 Jimmie Foxx

500th Home Run:

Jimmie Foxx

September 24th, 1940

Danny Murtaugh

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (18)

Danny Murtaugh (PHI)

1941

1943 AS

July 13th, 1943

American League 5

National League 3

1945 Dick Fowler

No Hitter:

Dick Fowler

9-9-45

vs. St. Louis Browns (1-0)

Harry Walker

N. L. Batting Champion (.363)

Harry “The Hat” Walker (PHI/STL)

1947

Harry Walker 4

N. L. Triples Leader (16)

Harry “The Hat” Walker (PHI/STL)

1947

Robinson Chapman

Jackie Robinson & Ben Chapman

May 9th, 1947

1948 Bill McCahan

No Hitter:

Bill McCahan

9-3-47

vs. Washington Senators (3-0)

Richie Ashburn

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (32)

Richie Ashburn (PHI)

1948

1948 Pat Seerey

Four Home Runs:

Pat Seerey

July 18th, 1948

Phillies Hit Five Home Runs

in Eighth Inning

Ennis, Seminick, Jones,

Rowe, Seminick

June 2nd, 1949

Jim Konstanty

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Jim Konstanty (PHI)

1950

Del Ennis

N. L. RBI Leader (126)

Del Ennis (PHI)

1950

Richie Ashburn 4

N. L. Triples Leader (14)

Richie Ashburn (PHI)

1950

George Kell

Cycle:

George Kell (DET)

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

June 2nd, 1950

Gus Zernial 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (33)

Gus Zernial (PHA)

1951

Ferris Fain

A. L. Batting Champion (.344)

Ferris Fain (PHA)

1951

Gus Zernial 4

A. L. RBI Leader (129)

Gus Zernial (PHA/CHW)

1951

Gus Bell

Cycle:

Gus Bell (PIT)

vs. Philadelphia Phillies

June 4th, 1951

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A. L. Most Valuable Player

Bobby Shantz (PHA)

1952

Harry Byrd

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Harry Byrd (PHA)

1952

Bobby Shantz 2

A. L. Wins Leader (24)

Bobby Shantz (PHA)

1952

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N. L. Wins Leader (28)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1952

Ferris Fain 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.327)

Ferris Fain (PHA)

1952

1952 AS

July 8th, 1952

National League 3

American League 2

Connie Mack Stadium 1953

Shibe Park is Renamed

Connie Mack Stadium

1953

Robin Roberts 2

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (23)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1953

Robin Roberts 5

N. L. Strikeout Leader (198)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1953

Robin Roberts 3

N. L. Wins Leader (23)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1954

Robin Roberts 6

N. L. Strikeout Leader (185)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1954

Robin Roberts 4

N. L. Wins Leader (23)

Robin Roberts (PHI)

1955

Richie Ashburn 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.338)

Richie Ashburn (PHI)

1955

Jack Sanford

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Jack Sanford (PHI)

1957

Jack Sanford 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (188)

Jack Sanford (PHI)

1957

Connie Mack Statue

Connie Mack Statue Dedicated

April 16th, 1957

Moved to Veteran’s Stadium in 1970

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N. L. Batting Champion (.350)

Richie Ashburn (PHI)

1958

Richie Ashburn 5

N. L. Triples Leader (13)

Richie Ashburn (PHI)

1958

Johnny Callison 2

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (10)

Johnny Callison (PHI)

1962

Dick Allen

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Dick Allen (PHI)

1964

Dick allen 6

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (13)

Dick Allen (PHI)

1964

1964 Sandy Koufax

No Hitter:

Sandy Koufax (LA)

6-4-64

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (3-0)

Johnny Callison 3

N. L. Triples Leader (16)

Johnny Callison (PHI)

1965

Jim Bunning 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (253)

Jim Bunning (PHI)

1967

1968 George Culver

No Hitter:

George Culver (CIN)

7-29-68

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (6-1)

1969 Bill Stoneman

No Hitter:

Bill Stoneman (MON)

4-17-69

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (7-0)