Four years ago, Roy Halladay became the first pitcher ever to toss a no-hitter in his first postseason appearance, 4-0, over the Cincinnati Reds in NLDS game #1, October 6, at Citizens Bank Park.
WS #5 at Citizens Bank Park: Game 5 starts on this date but was suspended, 2-2, after 5.5 innings by rain, the first WS suspension. Game resumes on Oct. 29 after a 111-hour rain delay. Pedro Feliz' single drives in Eric Buntlett with the lead run in the seventh inning of a 4-3 decision...
...Brad Lidge strikes out Eric Hinske in the ninth to give the Phillies their second World Championship. Cole Hamels is named WS MVP.
WS #1 at New York: Chase Utley hits two home runs and Cliff Lee tosses a complete game, six-hit 6-1 win over the Yankees in the opener.
WS# 2 at New York: A. J. Burnett and Mariano Rivera combine to beat the Phillies, 3-1. Yankees even the Series, 1-1.
WS #3 at Citizens Bank Park: Start of game is delayed by rain for 80 minutes. Yankees and Phillies each hit three home runs but New York emerges the winner in an 8-5 decision and takes a 2-1 series lead.