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"Won't there be a lot of balls rolling under?"
--Jerry Koosman, after being told the fences were being raised for next season
1993 Philadelphia Phillies 1993 Philadelphia Phillies
Record 97-65 .599
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Standings Won the NL East
Pythagorean 93-69, 94-68, 94-68
Runs (S/A) 877 / 740
PostseasonWon NLCS 4-2 over Atlanta Braves
Lost World Series 4-2 to Toronto Blue Jays
BallparkVeterans Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 99 / Pitching: 99
Attendance3,137,674 (4th) (6th)
Fancost$83 (23th) / $6,707
Payroll/Avg$28,695,858 / $1,301,694 (18th)
OpExp/$PV$60,600,000 / $624,742
Rev/OpInc$61,100,000 / $500,000
Spring TrainingClearwater, Florida (Jack Russell Memorial Stadium)
ManagerJim Fregosi
CoachesDenis Menke, John Vukovich, Johnny Podres, Larry Bowa, Mel Roberts, Mike Ryan
ExecutivesPresident/CEO: David Montgomery, General Manager: Lee Thomas
Minor Leagues(AAA) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons, (AA) Reading Phillies, (A) Spartanburg Phillies, (A) Batavia Clippers, (A) Clearwater Phillies, (Rookie) Martinsville Phillies
Radio (WOGL) Andy Musser, Chris Wheeler, Garry Maddox, Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn
TV (WPHL) Andy Musser, Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn
Cable TV (SportsChannel Phila.) Andy Musser, Chris Wheeler, Garry Maddox, Jay Johnstone, Kent Tekulve

The 1993 Philadelphia Phillies went 97-65 and finished 1st in the National League East. The Phillies drew 3,137,674 to Veterans Stadium. Darren Daulton, Dave Hollins, John Kruk and Terry Mulholland made the All-Star team.

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