The Phillies will be aiming for their fifth consecutive win Friday night in Atlanta and while they would probably prefer to win by a couple of touchdowns, a one-run victory would match their previous four and tie a team mark set in 1966 and equaled in 1970 (home team in CAPS):
Sept. 21, 1966: Phillies 3, DODGERS 2
Dick Groat scores on a sixth-inning suicide squeeze by Tony Taylor to make a winner of Rick Wise.
Sept. 23, 1966: PHILLIES 5, Cardinals 4 (12 Inn.)
Tony Taylor singles home Cookie Rojas with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the 12th.
Sept. 24, 1966: PHILLIES 5, Cardinals 4
Harvey Kuenn plates two runs with a single and Dick Allen comes around on an error to top off a five-run third inning.
Sept. 25, 1966: PHILLIES 4, Cardinals 3 (13 Inn.)
Dick Allen singles home the tying run in the ninth inning and the game-winning run in the 13th.
Sept. 26, 1966: PHILLIES 5, Pirates 4 (11 Inn.)
John Briggs singles home Dick Groat with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the 11th,
April 24, 1970: Phillies 5, PADRES 4
John Briggs and Deron Johnson had seventh-inning RBI singles.
April 25, 1970: Phillies 1, PADRES 0
Deron Johnson's fourth-inning home run was the difference as Jim Bunning and Dick Selma combined on the shutout.
April 26, 1970: Phillies 3, PADRES 2
Rick Joseph (triple) and Tony Taylor (single) had pinch-hit RBI in the eighth inning.
April 27, 1970: Phillies 4, DODGERS 3
Winning pitcher Rick Wise was 2-for-2 with a walk, a run scored and an RBI.
April 28, 1970: Phillies 3, DODGERS 2 (10 Inn.)
Rick Joseph led off the 10th inning with a pinch-hit home run.