April 8: The Phillies received their World Championship rings during the ring ceremony prior to the game. The Phillies trailed 10-3 entering the 7th, but came back to win 12-11.
April 12: Harry Kalas made his final home run call: a 9th inning Matt Stairs home run that gave the Phillies the lead.
April 13: Harry Kalas passes away.
April 18: Lidge blows his firsts save.
April 19: Raul Ibanez hits a walk-off home run against the Padres.
April 24: Phillies trail 3-0 in the 9th, but Shane Victorino hits a grand slam to start a 7-run 9th.
April 25: Phillies down 4-3 in 9th against the Marlins. They tie the game, win in extras.
April 27: Phillies trailed in the 8th, but have a six run inning. Ibanez and Howard each hit grand slams.
May 2: Victorino walk-off walk in the 10th against the New York Mets. In the 9th inning, Jayson Werth's outfield assist was a huge play to keep the game tied.
May 12: Jayson Werth steals second, third, and home -- in the same inning!
May 15: Lidge blows the save, but Ibanez hits a two-run single in 12th, where the Phillies scored 4 times.
May 24: For the second straight night, Lidge blows save. Ruiz hits a RBI double in 11th to beat the Yankees.
June 4: Cole Hamels throws complete game shutout against the Dodgers.
June 10: Known as "Utley's Corner." Philies have 3 run seventh to tie game, Utley homers in 11th.
June 11: LA PELOOOOTA NO REGRESSSAAA! RAUUUULLL IBANEZ!
June 27: J.A Happ tosses a complete game shutout. Werth hits multiple monster home runs.
July 5: Joe Blanton out duels Johan Santana.
July 6: Phillies have a historical ten-run first inning offensive outburst, and beat the Reds 22-1.
July 8: Victorino hits a walk-off single against the Reds.
July 9: Utley hits an inside the park home run in 9-6 win over Reds.
July 11: Ryan Howard hits a game tying home run in 9th. Paul Bako wins the game with a walk off single.
All star game: The American league won, but the Phillies had five All Stars: Utley, Howard, Werth, Victorino, and Ibanez.
July 17: Utley and Werth hit 12th inning RBIs against the Marlins.
July 21: Jayson Werth's 13th inning walk-off home run against the Cubs extends winning streak to 10.
July 31: Cliff Lee's first start: complete game, one run. And 2/4 at the plate.
August 5: Happ throws another complete game shutout; this time against the Rockies.
August 11: Ben Francisco's 12th inning home run beats Cubs.
August 14: Howard hits a ninth inning go-ahead home run.
August 18: Pedro starts. It rains, Moyer finishes.
August 23: The unassisted triple play game.
August 26: Howard hits three run homer in 10th against the Pirates.
September 1: Hamels tosses a shutout against the Giants.
September 3: Pedro Martinez out duels the best pitcher in the National League: Tim Lincecum.
September 13: It's a double header. Kyle Kendrick & Pedro deal.
September 15: Lee throws a complete game shutout against the Nationals.
September 30: Phillies clinch NL East.
October 4: Win number 93 is a Paul Hoover walk-off.
NLDS Game 1: Cliff Lee pitches a complete game in the Phillies 5-1 win.
NLDS Game 3: Howard hits a game winning sac fly.
NLDS Game 4: "Get me to the plate, boys." Howard hits a 9th inning game-tying double. Werth smacks the go ahead RBI.
NLCS Game 1: Chooch and Raul homer in the 8-6 win.
NLCS Game 3: Phillies crush the Dodgers, 11-0. Cliff Lee pitches 8 shutout innings.
NLCS Game 4: The greatest game of the year! Jimmy Rollins' walk-off against Broxton. In the process, Howard ties Lou Gehrig for most consecutive games with a RBI.
NLCS Game 5: Phillies clinch the NL Pennant!
World Series Game 1: Cliff Lee and Chase Utley show the Yankees that the series will not be a piece of cake.
World Series Game 5: Phillies stay alive. Utley's two homers tied Reggie Jackson's record for most home runs in the World Series.