Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Phillies' 10 & 0 Club

Phillies leaders in double-digit strikeout/no walk games.

The Phillies' 10 & 0 Club

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Cliff Lee Monday became just the second pitcher in major league history to strike out at least 14 batters and knock in four or more runs in same game (Dwight Gooden, May 11, 1990).

He also recorded his eighth game of double-digit Ks and no walks as a Phillie. That is one less than the club record-holder Curt Schilling, who started twice as often in Phillies pinstripes. Here are Phillies pitchers with two or more such games:

 

 PHILLIES PITCHERS w/MOST GAMES OF
 10+ STRIKEOUTS & 0 WALKS

 Pitcher   GS  10+/0
 Curt Schilling
  226    9
 Cliff Lee
  103     8
 Steve Carlton
  499    7
 Jim Bunning
  208    6
 Cole Hamels
  242    5
 Chris Short
  301    3
 Robin Roberts
  472    3
 Roy Halladay
  101    3
 Terry Mulholland
  158    2
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