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THIS WEEK'S QUESTION
Three times between 1990 and 2005, a Phillie hit three home runs in one game. All three were catchers. Who were they?
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION
Who are the only two pitchers to homer in a Phillies postseason game?
LAST WEEK'S ANSWER
Steve Carlton and Joe Blanton.
|OCT. 6, 1978 / NLCS GAME 4|
|Top of Second (Phillies 0, Dodgers)|
|Greg Luzinski||Grounded out to 1B|
|Richie Hebner||Grounded out to 1B|
|Mike Schmidt||Doubled to LF|
|Ted Sizemore||Singled to RF; Schmidt scored, McCarver to 2B|
|Steve Carlton||Homered off Don Sutton; McCarver and Sizemore scored|
|Bake McBride||Grounded out to 2B|
|Final Score: Phillies 9, Dodgers 4|
|OCT. 26, 2008 / WORLD SERIES GAME 4|
|Bottom of Fifth (Phillies 5, Rays 2)|
|Pedro Feliz||Popped out foul to C|
|Carlos Ruiz||Grounded out to 3B|
|Joe Blanton||Homered off Edwin Jackson|
|Jimmy Rollins||Grounded out to 2B|
|Final Score: Phillies 10, Rays 2|