Monday, June 29, 2015

Phils' Consecutive Wins vs. One Team

Most consecutive wins by Phillies over the same team

Phils' Consecutive Wins vs. One Team

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Chase Utley hit two home runs for a total of four RBI against the Padres on Saturday. (David Swanson/Staff Photographer)
Chase Utley hit two home runs for a total of four RBI against the Padres on Saturday. (David Swanson/Staff Photographer)

The Phillies' ninth consecutive victory against the Padres Saturday sent us directly to the head-to-head results section of baseball-reference to find the most consecutive regular season wins the Phils have against one opponent.

A win Sunday would mark the teams' 11th such streak of 10 or more victories and the second in which the Padres were the victims:

Wins    Franchise  First Win Final Win 
17 *Astros April 13, 1962 Sept. 3, 1962
14 Cubs Sept. 20, 1980    Sept. 27, 1981    
12 Dodgers May 8, 1905 Sept. 16, 1905
11 Cubs May 3, 1953 June 25, 1953
11 Padres May 23, 2004 July 4, 2006
10 Giants May 30, 1902 Aug. 29, 1902
10 Cardinals July 12, 1913 Aug. 26, 1913
10 Pirates Aug. 15, 1954 April 23, 1955
10 Mets June 29, 1980 Sept. 25, 1980
10 *Nationals   May 28, 1991 Aug. 12, 1991

*Astros were Colt .45s in 1962; Nationals were Montreal Expos in 1991.

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