Today In Phillies History - September 29th 1907: Phillies pitcher George McQuillan pitches two-hit victory against Cincinnati and sets major league record with thirty-two consecutive scoreless innings at start of career. 1915: Phillies pitcher Grover Alexander hurls 5-0, one-hit victory (Sherry Magee single in fourth inning) at Boston to clinch Phillies first National League pennant. Gavvy Cravath's three-run home run in the first inning was the big blow in Alexander's thirty-first victory, his twelfth shutout and his major league record fourth one-hitter of the season. Alexander walked leadoff batter Herbie Moran and two outs later right fielder Cravath muffed Magee's fly ball for Phillies lone error. Only other base-runner for Boston was Magee, who singled with one out in fourth inning. 1952: The Phils Robin Roberts wins his 28th game, the most in the league since 1935, a 7-4 win over New York. It is Roberts's 30th complete game. 1958: Second baseman Solly Hemus traded to St. Louis Cardinals for infielder Gene Freese. 1965: Phillies C Pat Corrales sets a ML record by reaching base twice on catcher's interference in one game and 6 times in one season. The Phils beat Chicago 7-6. 1968: Phillies outfielder Dick Allen hits three home runs, including his third career grand slam, bats in seven runs in 10-3 victory at New York. 1980: In the race for the NL East title, the Phillies remain one-half game behind Montreal by scoring 3 times in the bottom of the 15th inning to beat the Cubs 6-5. ************************ Phillies All-Time Rosters
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