Phillies team stats update.
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(Just the basics -- stats do not include tonight's game unless otherwise noted)
The Phils' offensive rankings have improved considerably thanks to their hitting in the 2+ months since May 6th, when they've been...
2nd in the NL in batting average
2nd in slugging percentage
2nd in OPS
They will need to do a little better than last year's impressive second-half run to get to 88 wins, which should at least put them in contention for the division and/or the wild card.
- Phillies Hitters vs. Projections
- Phillies Team Stats vs. 2012 and vs. Mets
- NL Standings and team stats
- Upcoming Milestones
Phillies Hitters vs. Projections
This is now sorted by OPS instead of over/under vs. the projection:
Phillies Team Stats vs. 2012
Pitching and Defense
NL Standings and Team Stats
Milestones that may be reached over the next week or so...
- Rollins needs 3 more doubles (21 total) to tie Ed Delahanty as the Phillies' all-time leader, with 442.
- 4 more RBIs (34 this year) will tie Pat Burrell for 8th most in Phils history at 827.
- He also needs 3 more home runs to reach 200 for his career, becoming the 10th Phillie to do so. That will make Rollins just the 9th player (and only shortstop) in MLB history to have 2,000 hits, 400 stolen bases, and 200 home runs.
Rollins now has just 2 extra base hits (doubles) in 166 PAs since June 3rd.
- With two extra base hits tonight, he now has 540 to move past Sherry Magee (1904-14) for 8th in Phils history.
- Utley's next HBP (3rd this year) will tie Brady Anderson for 19th all-time, at 154.
- Hamels' next win (5th) will tie Jack Taylor (1892-97) for 9th on the Phils' all-time list.
- Lee needs 8 2/3 innings to reach 2,000 for his career. He'll become the 24th active pitcher to reach that level.
- Phillies All-time hitting leaders
- Phillies All-time pitching leaders
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