Since 1969 (when divisional play started), only five opposing players from outside their division have hit more home runs against the Phillies in a season than the six Ryan Braun has this year.
He has homered against them in five consecutive games and has 14 in 35 career games. If he goes long Sunday, Braun would join the Braves' Brian McCann, who earlier this season became the first player in major league history to homer against the Phillies in six consecutive games.
By the way, the major league record appears to be nine consecutive games against an opponent with a homer — Joe Adcock, Braves, 1956, vs. Dodgers ... and Harmon Killebrew, Twins, 1961, vs. Athletics.
Non-divisional opponents with six or more home runs vs. the Phillies in a season: