Wall of Fame catchers Mike Lieberthal and Darren Daulton are regulars for Alumni Weekend. This summer, the dates are July 31 - August 2.
RHP Steve Bedrosian sets a major league record with his 12th consecutive save in a 6-5 decision over Pittsburgh at the Vet. He extends the record to 13 the next day but sees the streak end on July 2.
Phillies end with a 22-5 record for the month, the most wins in June in club history.
In final game at Baker Bowl, New York beats the Phillies, 14-1, before 1,500 fans. Following a road trip, the Phillies move permanently to Shibe Park on July 4.
Playing his ninth position since joining the Phillies in 1963, super-sub Cookie Rojas pitches a scoreless ninth inning in a 12-3 loss to San Francisco, allowing one hit.
Chuck Klein is fourth Phillies player to hit for the cycle in 11-6 victory over Chicago Cubs at Baker Bowl. Right fielder tripled in the first, singled in the fifth, doubled in the sixth and led off the eighth with his 21st home run.
In a memorable 12-hour, five-minute doubleheader against San Diego, LHP Mitch Williams' RBI single in the 10th inning gives the Phillies a 6-5 2nd-game victory in a game that ended at 4:40 a.m. No big league game ever finished that late before. With three rain delays totaling nearly six hours, the first game ends at 1 a.m. with the Padres winning, 5-2.
Phillies set club record for most walks drawn in a game with 18, but lose, 7-6, in 16 innings to Baltimore Orioles at Citizens Bank Park.
RHP Grover Cleveland Alexander pitches 5-0 and 9-3 complete-game wins in a doubleheader at Brooklyn, walking only one batter.
LHP Willie Hernandez ties club record for relief pitchers by striking out the first six batters he faces as Phillies beat New York Mets, 6-4, at Veterans Stadium.
LHP George (Hooks) Wiltse throws a no-hitter against the Phillies, 1-0, in 10 innings at New York. Losing RHP George McQuillan was hit by a pitch with two out in the ninth to spoil a perfect game.
The Phillies move permanently from Baker Bowl to Shibe Park and lose to Boston Braves, 10-5, in first game of doubleheader. Phillies win second game, 10-2.
Tim McCarver hits a grand slam home run but passes Garry Maddox at first base and is credited with a three-run single as Phillies beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 10-5, in first game of a doubleheader at Pittsburgh.
LHP Steve Carlton ties a modern NL record with his fifth career one-hitter, 1-0, over New York. RF Elliott Maddox' one-out double in the seventh snaps Carlton's bid for a perfect game. Prior to the game the Phillies disabled three starting pitchers, Ruthven (elbow bone chips), Larry Christenson (collarbone bone spur) and Randy Lerch (broken right wrist).
RHP Robin Roberts pitched his 28th consecutive complete game in 2-0 win over the Pirates at Forbes Field.