Friday, the Phillies return to Citizens Bank Park, where they have the worst home record in the National League and the second-worst in baseball (thank you, Royals). They are 10 games under .500 (17-27) on the season and 7-19 there since May 19.
♦ The Phillies have never had a losing record at Citizens Bank Park. The closest was the 2006 team that was 41-40 there.
♦ The Phillies have already lost six more home games than they did in all of 1977 (60-21) at Veterans Stadium.
♦ Their worst home record since 1900 belongs the 1923 club, that went 20-55 (.267) at Baker Bowl. This team would have to go 4-33 over their last 37 games at CBP to top (bottom?) that. If that happens, CBP may not still be standing.