2017 Philadelphia Phillies season

The 2017 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 135th season in the history of the franchise, and its 14th season at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies opened the season against the Cincinnati Reds at the Great American Ball Park on April 3[1] and finished the season on October 1 against the New York Mets in Philadelphia. They were coached by Pete Mackanin in his third year as manager of the Phillies. On September 17, 2017, the Phillies were mathematically eliminated from postseason contention.[2] They finished the season 66–96 to finish in last place in their division for the third time in four seasons, failing to make the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year.

2017 Philadelphia Phillies
Major League affiliations
Record66–96 (.407)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)John S. Middleton, Bill Giles, David Montgomery
General manager(s)Matt Klentak
Manager(s)Pete Mackanin
Local televisionNBC Sports Philadelphia
Comcast Network Philadelphia
NBC Philadelphia
(Tom McCarthy, John Kruk, Ben Davis, Mike Schmidt, Gregg Murphy)
Local radioPhillies Radio Network
WIP SportsRadio 94.1 FM (English)
(Scott Franzke, Larry Andersen, Jim Jackson)
WTTM (Spanish)
(Danny Martinez, Bill Kulik, Rickie Ricardo)
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Manager Pete Mackanin was reassigned to a front office position following the season.[3]


The Phillies made several moves over the offseason to bolster the bullpen and add a veteran presence to the lineup. On November 4, the Phillies acquired relief pitcher Pat Neshek from the Houston Astros for a player to be named later. A few days later, Darin Ruf and Darnell Sweeney were traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for left fielder Howie Kendrick.[4] Andrés Blanco signed a one-year, $3 million contract to return to the Phillies on December 14.[5] On January 19, the Phillies signed free agent outfielder Michael Saunders to a one-year deal.[6]

Matt Stairs was hired as the team's hitting coach in the offseason.[7] He replaced Steve Henderson, who had served in the role since 2013.

Regular season

The Phillies take on the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park on September 29. The Phillies won, 6–2.


For the second consecutive season, the Phillies faced the Cincinnati Reds on the road to start the season. The Phillies won the game 4–3,[8] behind a leadoff home run by César Hernández; the first Opening Day leadoff home run for the Phillies since 1938.[9]

The Phillies faced the Washington Nationals in their home opener on April 7. The Nationals would win the game 7–6.[10] The next night, the Phillies scored 12 runs in the first inning off of Jeremy Guthrie and Enny Romero en route to a 17–3 victory over Washington.[11] During the same homestand, Clay Buchholz left a game with a torn flexor tendon in his pitching arm. He was placed on the disabled list, and the Phillies called up Zach Eflin to take his place in the rotation.[12]


The Phillies turned a triple play on August 27 in the 5th inning against the reigning World Series champion Chicago Cubs.[13] The Phillies would go on to win the game 6–3.

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Washington Nationals 9765 0.599 47–34 50–31
Miami Marlins 7785 0.475 20 42–36 35–49
Atlanta Braves 7290 0.444 25 37–44 35–46
New York Mets 7092 0.432 27 37–44 33–48
Philadelphia Phillies 6696 0.407 31 39–42 27–54

National League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 10458 0.642
Washington Nationals 9765 0.599
Chicago Cubs 9270 0.568

Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Arizona Diamondbacks 9369 0.574 +6
Colorado Rockies 8775 0.537
Milwaukee Brewers 8676 0.531 1
St. Louis Cardinals 8379 0.512 4
Miami Marlins 7785 0.475 10
Pittsburgh Pirates 7587 0.463 12
Atlanta Braves 7290 0.444 15
San Diego Padres 7191 0.438 16
New York Mets 7092 0.432 17
Cincinnati Reds 6894 0.420 19
Philadelphia Phillies 6696 0.407 21
San Francisco Giants 6498 0.395 23

Record vs. opponents

Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Arizona 2–43–33–311–811–83–44–36–16–14–311–812–73–42–412–8
Atlanta 4–21–63–33–43–411–84–27–126–132–55–24–31–59–109–11
Chicago 3–36–112–72–52–44–310–94–24–310–92–44–314–53–412–8
Cincinnati 3–33–37–123–40–62–58–113–44–213–63–44–39–101–65–15
Colorado 8–114–35–24–310–92–44–33–35–23–312–712–72–43–410–10
Los Angeles 8–114–34–26–09–106–13–37–04–36–113–611–84–33–316–4
Miami 4–38–113–45–24–21–62–412–78–113–45–15–12–56–139–11
Milwaukee 3–42–49–1011–83–43–34–25–23–39–105–23–411–84–311–9
New York 1–612–72–44–33–30–77–122–512–73–33–45–13–46–137–13
Philadelphia 1–613–63–42–42–53–411–83–37–122–51–54–31–58–115–15
Pittsburgh 3–45–29–106–133–31–64–310–93–35–23–31–58–114–310–10
San Diego 8–112–54–24–37–126–131–52–54–35–13–312–73–42–58–12
San Francisco 7–123–43–43–47–128–111–54–31–53–45–17–123–41–58–12
St. Louis 4–35–15–1410–94–23–45–28–114–35–111–84–34–33–38–12
Washington 4–210–94–36–14–33–313–63–413–611–83–45–25–13–310–10

Game log

 Phillies win
 Phillies loss
BoldPhillies team member
2017 Game Log[14] Overall Record: 66–96 (Home: 39–42; Away: 27–54)
April: 11–12 (Home: 7–4; Away: 4–8)
1April 3@ Reds4–3Jeremy Hellickson (1–0)Scott Feldman (0–1)Jeanmar Gómez (1)43,8041–0W1
2April 5@ Reds0–2Brandon Finnegan (1–0)Jerad Eickhoff (0–1)Raisel Iglesias (1)19,9441–1L1
3April 6@ Reds4–7Cody Reed (1–0)Adam Morgan (0–1)Drew Storen (1)10,5861–2L2
4April 7Nationals6–7Max Scherzer (1–0)Vince Velasquez (0–1)Blake Treinen (3)45,1211–3L3
5April 8Nationals17–3Aaron Nola (1–0)Jeremy Guthrie (0–1)37,2412–3W1
6April 9Nationals4–3Jeanmar Gómez (1–0)Koda Glover (0–1)36,9173–3W2
7April 10Mets3–4Jerry Blevins (1–0)Edubray Ramos (0–1)Addison Reed (2)33,3593–4L1
8April 11Mets4–14Matt Harvey (2–0)Clay Buchholz (0–1)28,6593–5L2
9April 12Mets4–5Zack Wheeler (1–1)Vince Velasquez (0–2)Addison Reed (3)28,2723–6L3
10April 14@ Nationals2–3 (10)Shawn Kelley (1–0)Jeanmar Gómez (1–1)38,6643–7L4
11April 15@ Nationals4–2Jeremy Hellickson (2–0)Joe Blanton (0–2)Joaquín Benoit (1)35,6264–7W1
12April 16@ Nationals4–6Shawn Kelley (2–0)Joaquín Benoit (0–1)29,7744–8L1
13April 18@ Mets6–2 (10)Luis García (1–0)Rafael Montero (0–2)23,5365–8W1
14April 19@ Mets4–5Hansel Robles (3–0)Edubray Ramos (0–2)Addison Reed (4)22,2435–9L1
15April 20@ Mets6–4Aaron Nola (2–0)Noah Syndergaard (1–1)Héctor Neris (1)24,6566–9W1
16April 21Braves4–3Jeremy Hellickson (3–0)Bartolo Colón (1–2)Héctor Neris (2)24,1897–9W2
17April 22Braves4–3 (10)Jeanmar Gómez (2–1)Jim Johnson (2–1)31,3348–9W3
18April 23Braves5–2Joely Rodríguez (1–0)Arodys Vizcaíno (1–1)28,6329–9W4
April 25MarlinsPostponed (rain);[15] Makeup: August 22 as a straight doubleheader[16]
19April 26Marlins7–4Vince Velasquez (1–2)Wei-Yin Chen (2–1)26,19110–9W5
20April 27Marlins3–2Jeremy Hellickson (4–0)Edinson Vólquez (0–3)Héctor Neris (3)22,18011–9W6
21April 28@ Dodgers3–5Kenta Maeda (2–2)Jerad Eickhoff (0–2)Kenley Jansen (6)46,72911–10L1
22April 29@ Dodgers5–6Grant Dayton (1–0)Héctor Neris (0–1)53,11011–11L2
23April 30@ Dodgers3–5Hyun-jin Ryu (1–4)Nick Pivetta (0–1)Kenley Jansen (7)48,96111–12L3
May: 6–22 (Home: 3–9; Away: 3–13)
24May 1@ Cubs10–2Vince Velasquez (2–2)Brett Anderson (2–1)38,56712–12W1
25May 2@ Cubs3–8Jon Lester (1–1)Jeremy Hellickson (4–1)38,66012–13L1
26May 3@ Cubs4–5Jake Arrieta (4–1)Jerad Eickhoff (0–3)Wade Davis (7)39,33512–14L2
27May 4@ Cubs4–5 (13)Koji Uehara (1–2)Joely Rodríguez (1–1)36,39412–15L3
28May 5Nationals2–4Stephen Strasburg (3–1)Nick Pivetta (0–2)Matt Albers (1)20,23712–16L4
29May 6Nationals2–6A. J. Cole (1–0)Vince Velasquez (2–3)21,29812–17L5
30May 7Nationals6–5 (10)Héctor Neris (1–1)Blake Treinen (0–1)30,46413–17W1
31May 9Mariners9–10Nick Vincent (1–0)Héctor Neris (1–2)Edwin Díaz (7)31,71513–18L1
32May 10Mariners6–11Tony Zych (2–0)Joaquín Benoit (0–2)26,69713–19L2
May 12@ NationalsPostponed (rain); Makeup: May 14 as a split doubleheader[17]
33May 13@ Nationals4–6Shawn Kelley (3–0)Edubray Ramos (0–3)31,47313–20L3
34May 14 (1)@ Nationals4–3Joaquín Benoit (1–2)Shawn Kelley (3–1)Héctor Neris (4)31,73814–20W1
35May 14 (2)@ Nationals5–6Jacob Turner (2–1)Pat Neshek (0–1)Matt Albers (2)30,13714–21L1
36May 16@ Rangers1–5Yu Darvish (4–2)Jerad Eickhoff (0–4)23,11014–22L2
37May 17@ Rangers3–9Andrew Cashner (1–3)Zach Eflin (0–1)28,70314–23L3
38May 18@ Rangers4–8Martín Pérez (2–5)Joely Rodríguez (1–2)35,00714–24L4
39May 19@ Pirates7–2Jeremy Hellickson (5–1)Trevor Williams (2–3)25,79515–24W1
40May 20@ Pirates3–6Iván Nova (4–3)Vince Velasquez (2–4)Tony Watson (9)32,57215–25L1
41May 21@ Pirates0–1Wade LeBlanc (3–0)Aaron Nola (2–1)Tony Watson (10)24,44515–26L2
42May 22Rockies1–8Jeff Hoffman (2–0)Jerad Eickhoff (0–5)21,25115–27L3
43May 23Rockies2–8Germán Márquez (3–2)Zach Eflin (0–2)17,10915–28L4
44May 24Rockies2–7Tyler Chatwood (4–6)Jeremy Hellickson (5–2)19,16015–29L5
45May 25Rockies4–3 (11)Jeanmar Gómez (3–1)Scott Oberg (0–1)18,14316–29W1
46May 26Reds2–5Tim Adleman (3–2)Aaron Nola (2–2)Raisel Iglesias (9)21,38816–30L1
47May 27Reds4–3Héctor Neris (2–2)Michael Lorenzen (3–1)30,10017–30W1
48May 28Reds4–8Scott Feldman (4–4)Zach Eflin (0–3)25,41317–31L1
49May 29@ Marlins1–4Edinson Vólquez (1–7)Jeremy Hellickson (5–3)A. J. Ramos (6)17,03217–32L2
50May 30@ Marlins2–7Dustin McGowan (2–0)Vince Velasquez (2–5)16,24117–33L3
51May 31@ Marlins2–10Dan Straily (4–3)Aaron Nola (2–3)15,19717–34L4
June: 9–18 (Home: 4–7; Away: 5–11)
52June 2Giants0–10Ty Blach (4–2)Jerad Eickhoff (0–6)22,49117–35L5
53June 3Giants5–3Ben Lively (1–0)Johnny Cueto (5–5)Jeanmar Gómez (2)32,41318–35W1
54June 4Giants9–7Pat Neshek (1–1)Derek Law (3–1)Héctor Neris (5)25,06319–35W2
55June 5@ Braves11–4Nick Pivetta (1–2)Bartolo Colón (2–7)20,94220–35W3
56June 6@ Braves3–1Aaron Nola (3–3)Jaime García (2–4)Pat Neshek (1)23,48921–35W4
57June 7@ Braves1–14Mike Foltynewicz (4–5)Jerad Eickhoff (0–7)24,18521–36L1
58June 8@ Braves1–3R. A. Dickey (4–4)Ben Lively (1–1)Jim Johnson (12)25,09521–37L2
59June 9@ Cardinals2–3Michael Wacha (3–3)Jeremy Hellickson (5–4)Seung-hwan Oh (14)42,97121–38L3
60June 10@ Cardinals0–7Carlos Martínez (5–5)Nick Pivetta (1–3)43,91121–39L4
61June 11@ Cardinals5–6Adam Wainwright (7–4)Aaron Nola (3–4)Seung-hwan Oh (15)47,32521–40L5
62June 12@ Red Sox5–6 (11)Matt Barnes (5–2)Casey Fien (0–1)36,75721–41L6
63June 13@ Red Sox3–4 (12)Fernando Abad (2–0)Luis García (1–1)37,14121–42L7
64June 14Red Sox3–7Héctor Velázquez (1–1)Jeremy Hellickson (5–5)28,26321–43L8
65June 15Red Sox1–0Pat Neshek (2–1)Chris Sale (8–3)Héctor Neris (6)30,72922–43W1
66June 16Diamondbacks4–5Patrick Corbin (6–6)Aaron Nola (3–5)Fernando Rodney (19)18,14022–44L1
67June 17Diamondbacks1–5Jorge de la Rosa (3–1)Edubray Ramos (0–4)21,10822–45L2
68June 18Diamondbacks4–5 (12)Archie Bradley (3–1)Jeanmar Gómez (3–2)Fernando Rodney (20)31,13122–46L3
69June 20Cardinals1–8 (11)Kevin Siegrist (1–1)Edubray Ramos (0–5)22,07022–47L4
70June 21Cardinals6–7 (10)Brett Cecil (1–2)Edubray Ramos (0–6)Seung-hwan Oh (16)25,03722–48L5
71June 22Cardinals5–1Aaron Nola (4–5)Carlos Martínez (6–6)23,62323–48W1
72June 23@ Diamondbacks6–1Mark Leiter (1–0)Patrick Corbin (6–7)31,64824–48W2
73June 24@ Diamondbacks2–9Robbie Ray (8–3)Ben Lively (1–2)40,55724–49L1
74June 25@ Diamondbacks1–2 (11)T. J. McFarland (4–1)Edubray Ramos (0–7)28,17924–50L2
75June 26@ Diamondbacks1–6Zack Greinke (9–4)Nick Pivetta (1–4)20,76524–51L3
76June 27@ Mariners8–2Aaron Nola (5–5)James Paxton (5–3)22,64825–51W1
77June 28@ Mariners5–4Ricardo Pinto (1–0)Edwin Díaz (2–3)Héctor Neris (7)29,50526–51W2
78June 30@ Mets1–2Jacob deGrom (8–3)Ben Lively (1–3)Addison Reed (13)37,13426–52L1
July: 13–12 (Home: 9–8; Away: 4–4)
79July 1@ Mets6–7Fernando Salas (1–2)Pat Neshek (2–2)Addison Reed (14)33,08026–53L2
80July 2@ Mets7–1Nick Pivetta (2–4)Rafael Montero (1–5)30,34327–53W1
81July 3Pirates4–0Aaron Nola (6–5)Iván Nova (8–6)26,49828–53W2
82July 4Pirates0–3Jameson Taillon (5–1)Mark Leiter (1–1)Felipe Rivero (4)24,08728–54L1
83July 5Pirates2–5Gerrit Cole (7–7)Ben Lively (1–4)Felipe Rivero (5)19,09928–55L2
84July 6Pirates3–6Chad Kuhl (3–6)Joaquín Benoit (1–3)Juan Nicasio (1)33,05928–56L3
85July 7Padres3–4Brad Hand (2–4)Héctor Neris (2–3)Brandon Maurer (18)38,53328–57L4
86July 8Padres1–2Jhoulys Chacín (8–7)Aaron Nola (6–6)Brandon Maurer (19)33,21628–58L5
87July 9Padres7–1Jerad Eickhoff (1–7)Trevor Cahill (3–3)21,18429–58W1
July 112017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Marlins Park in Miami
88July 14@ Brewers6–9Zach Davies (11–4)Nick Pivetta (2–5)Corey Knebel (15)41,94129–59L1
89July 15@ Brewers2–3Jacob Barnes (2–1)Joaquín Benoit (1–4)Corey Knebel (16)37,95029–60L2
90July 16@ Brewers5–2Jeremy Hellickson (6–5)Rob Scahill (1–3)Héctor Neris (8)41,74730–60W1
91July 17@ Marlins5–6 (10)Drew Steckenrider (1–1)Mark Leiter (1–2)17,14630–61L1
92July 18@ Marlins5–2Pat Neshek (3–2)Dustin McGowan (5–1)Héctor Neris (9)18,17631–61W1
93July 19@ Marlins10–3Nick Pivetta (3–5)Dan Straily (7–5)31,85432–61W2
94July 21Brewers6–1Aaron Nola (7–6)Matt Garza (4–5)17,55033–61W3
95July 22Brewers8–9Jacob Barnes (3–1)Héctor Neris (2–4)Corey Knebel (17)17,71233–62L1
96July 23Brewers6–3Jerad Eickhoff (2–7)Junior Guerra (1–4)Luis García (1)21,25834–62W1
97July 24Astros4–13Joe Musgrove (5–8)Vince Velasquez (2–6)17,56734–63L1
98July 25Astros0–5Charlie Morton (8–4)Nick Pivetta (3–6)17,17634–64L2
99July 26Astros9–0Aaron Nola (8–6)Mike Fiers (7–5)19,71835–64W1
100July 28Braves10–3Jake Thompson (1–0)Julio Teherán (7–9)Joaquín Benoit (2)17,17736–64W2
101July 29Braves4–3 (11)Héctor Neris (3–4)Rex Brothers (1–1)28,16237–64W3
102July 30Braves2–1Héctor Neris (4–4)Rex Brothers (1–2)20,68038–64W4
103July 31Braves7–6Nick Pivetta (4–6)Mike Foltynewicz (9–6)Héctor Neris (10)20,29739–64W5
August: 11–19 (Home: 5–9; Away: 6–10)
104August 1@ Angels1–7Ricky Nolasco (5–12)Aaron Nola (8–7)36,34439–65L1
105August 2@ Angels0–7J. C. Ramírez (10–9)Jake Thompson (1–1)34,62339–66L2
106August 3@ Angels4–5Yusmeiro Petit (3–0)Luis García (1–2)Bud Norris (17)34,71039–67L3
107August 4@ Rockies3–4Mike Dunn (4–1)Luis García (1–3)Greg Holland (34)35,09239–68L4
108August 5@ Rockies5–8Jon Gray (4–2)Nick Pivetta (4–7)40,56339–69L5
109August 6@ Rockies3–2Edubray Ramos (1–7)Greg Holland (2–2)Héctor Neris (11)48,06940–69W1
110August 8@ Braves5–2Zach Eflin (1–3)Julio Teherán (7–10)Héctor Neris (12)25,78341–69W2
111August 9@ Braves3–2Jerad Eickhoff (3–7)Sean Newcomb (1–7)Héctor Neris (13)22,77642–69W3
112August 10Mets0–10Jacob deGrom (13–5)Vince Velasquez (2–7)27,71642–70L1
113August 11Mets6–7Hansel Robles (7–3)Héctor Neris (4–5)A. J. Ramos (22)26,92542–71L2
114August 12Mets3–1Aaron Nola (9–7)Steven Matz (2–6)Luis García (2)34,13143–71W1
115August 13Mets2–6Chris Flexen (2–1)Zach Eflin (1–4)24,10643–72L1
116August 14@ Padres4–7José Torres (7–3)Ricardo Pinto (1–1)Brad Hand (10)20,87343–73L2
117August 15@ Padres4–8Dinelson Lamet (7–4)Mark Leiter (1–3)23,36843–74L3
118August 16@ Padres0–3Clayton Richard (6–12)Nick Pivetta (4–8)21,56443–75L4
119August 17@ Giants4–5Jeff Samardzija (8–12)Aaron Nola (9–8)Sam Dyson (20)41,27943–76L5
120August 18@ Giants2–10Matt Moore (4–12)Zach Eflin (1–5)39,48743–77L6
121August 19@ Giants12–9Adam Morgan (1–1)Ty Blach (8–9)Héctor Neris (14)40,71944–77W1
122August 20@ Giants5–2Adam Morgan (2–1)Hunter Strickland (2–3)Héctor Neris (15)39,92145–77W2
123August 22 (1)Marlins8–12Dan Straily (8–8)Aaron Nola (9–9)see 2nd game45–78L1
124August 22 (2)Marlins4–7José Ureña (12–5)Nick Pivetta (4–9)Brad Ziegler (7)20,76145–79
125August 23Marlins8–0Mark Leiter (2–3)Justin Nicolino (2–2)19,16146–79W1
126August 24Marlins8–9Jarlin García (1–2)Luis García (1–4)Brad Ziegler (8)18,08346–80L1
127August 25Cubs7–1Jerad Eickhoff (4–7)José Quintana (8–11)24,42447–80W1
128August 26Cubs2–17Kyle Hendricks (5–4)Ben Lively (1–5)29,37947–81L1
129August 27Cubs6–3Nick Pivetta (5–9)John Lackey (10–10)Héctor Neris (16)28,68948–81W1
130August 28Braves6–1Aaron Nola (10–9)Lucas Sims (2–4)15,15449–81W2
August 29BravesPostponed (rain); Makeup: August 30 as a straight doubleheader[18]
131August 30 (1)Braves1–9R. A. Dickey (9–8)Jerad Eickhoff (4–8)see 2nd game49–82L1
132August 30 (2)Braves2–5Julio Teherán (9–11)Mark Leiter (2–4)Arodys Vizcaíno (9)15,70649–83L3
133August 31@ Marlins3–2Ben Lively (2–5)Odrisamer Despaigne (0–2)Héctor Neris (17)17,01350–83W1
September/October: 16–13 (Home: 11–5; Away: 5–8)
134September 1@ Marlins2–1Juan Nicasio (3–5)Brad Ziegler (1–3)Héctor Neris (18)17,99851–83W1
135September 2@ Marlins9–10Dan Straily (9–8)Aaron Nola (10–10)Drew Steckenrider (1)18,26251–84L1
136September 3@ Marlins3–1 (12)Adam Morgan (3–1)Junichi Tazawa (3–4)Héctor Neris (19)19,40452–84W1
137September 4@ Mets7–11Rafael Montero (4–9)Mark Leiter (2–5)28,80852–85L1
138September 5@ Mets9–1Ben Lively (3–5)Jacob deGrom (14–9)22,23053–85W1
139September 6@ Mets3–6 (6)Robert Gsellman (6–6)Nick Pivetta (5–10)19,61753–86L1
140September 7@ Nationals3–4Tanner Roark (12–9)Adam Morgan (3–2)Sean Doolittle (19)26,26753–87L2
141September 8@ Nationals10–11Max Scherzer (14–5)Jake Thompson (1–2)Sean Doolittle (20)29,83753–88L3
142September 9@ Nationals5–4Mark Leiter (3–5)Edwin Jackson (5–5)Héctor Neris (20)35,69454–88W1
143September 10@ Nationals2–3Stephen Strasburg (13–4)Ben Lively (3–6)Ryan Madson (2)32,62754–89L1
144September 12Marlins9–8 (15)Edubray Ramos (2–7)Javy Guerra (1–1)16,43955–89W1
145September 13Marlins8–1Aaron Nola (11–10)Dan Straily (9–9)16,74556–89W2
146September 14Marlins10–0Jake Thompson (2–2)Vance Worley (2–6)16,30257–89W3
147September 15Athletics0–4Daniel Mengden (1–1)Mark Leiter (3–6)24,06157–90L1
148September 16Athletics5–3Víctor Arano (1–0)Simón Castro (1–3)Héctor Neris (21)24,29058–90W1
149September 17Athletics3–6Sean Manaea (11–10)Henderson Álvarez (0–1)Blake Treinen (11)28,05458–91L1
150September 18Dodgers4–3Nick Pivetta (6–10)Clayton Kershaw (17–4)Héctor Neris (22)16,69059–91W1
151September 19Dodgers6–2Aaron Nola (12–10)Pedro Báez (3–6)20,14560–91W2
152September 20Dodgers7–5Luis García (2–4)Luis Avilán (2–3)Héctor Neris (23)20,17561–91W3
153September 21Dodgers4–5Walker Buehler (1–0)Ricardo Pinto (1–2)Kenley Jansen (39)18,73561–92L1
154September 22@ Braves2–7Sean Newcomb (4–8)Ben Lively (3–7)33,70261–93L2
155September 23@ Braves2–4Rex Brothers (4–3)Luis García (2–5)Arodys Vizcaíno (13)39,80961–94L3
156September 24@ Braves2–0Nick Pivetta (7–10)Luiz Gohara (1–3)Héctor Neris (24)33,18362–94W1
157September 25Nationals1–3A. J. Cole (3–5)Aaron Nola (12–11)Sean Doolittle (24)17,02662–95L1
158September 26Nationals4–1Jake Thompson (3–2)Gio González (15–8)Héctor Neris (25)16,43763–95W1
159September 27Nationals7–5Yacksel Ríos (1–0)Tanner Roark (13–11)Héctor Neris (26)17,64264–95W2
160September 29Mets6–2Ben Lively (4–7)Matt Harvey (5–7)19,37565–95W3
161September 30Mets4–7 (11)Jacob Rhame (1–1)Adam Morgan (3–3)Jeurys Familia (6)25,13865–96L1
162October 1Mets11–0Nick Pivetta (8–10)Chris Flexen (3–6)25,75466–96W1


All players who made an appearance for the Phillies during 2017 are included.[19]

2017 Philadelphia Phillies
Pitchers Catchers


Outfielders Manager


Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Lehigh Valley IronPigs International League Dusty Wathan
AA Reading Fightin Phils Eastern League Greg Legg
A-Advanced Clearwater Threshers Florida State League Shawn Williams
A Lakewood BlueClaws South Atlantic League Marty Malloy
A-Short Season Williamsport Crosscutters New York–Penn League Pat Borders
Rookie GCL Phillies Gulf Coast League Roly de Armas
Rookie DSL Phillies Dominican Summer League


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