The page of the calendar turned to 2011, putting 2010 behind for good. In 2010, the Philadelphia Phillies failed to reach the World Series, but look forward to a fresh new start in 2011. Although the Phillies were unable to win it all, 2010 was an exciting year filled with lots of memorable moments. Before we look ahead to 2011, Phillies Nation will break down the top moments from the 2010 season.
- Top Moment #1: Doc's Playoff No-Hitter (11)
- Top Moment #2: Perfection (15)
- Top Moment #3: Hamels Fist Pumps Phillies into NLCS (3)
- Top Moment #5: Halladay Shuts Out Nationals to Clinch Division (12)
- Top Moment #6: Dobbs, Ransom HRs Rally Phils over Reds (11)
- Top Moment #7: Phils Welcome Back Cliff Lee (4)
- Top Moment #8: The First Time... (4)
- Top Moment #9: Moyer Oldest to Throw Shutout (28)
- Top Moment #10: Werth Walks it Off for Lucky No. 7 (5)
- Top Moment #11: Pit Stop in Denver, 9-run 7th inning, No Big Deal (3)
- Top Moment #12: Phils Go Up 2-0 On Reds (0)
- Top Moment #13: Rollins Walks It Off (3)
- Top Moment #14: A Near-Perfect Pitchers’ Duel in Series of Walk-Offs (1)
- Top Moment #15: A Fracas in Frisco (6)
- Top Moment #16: The Roy Oswalt Trade (2)
- Top Moment #17: Fair? Foul? Either way, a Win in Florida (5)
- Top Moment #18: Roy O. Shags a Fly, Howard Goes Off, Phils Lose in Extras (12)
- Top Moment #19: Phillies Keep Pushing Braves Back (8)
- Top Moment #20: Halladay Out Groins Timmy, Phillies Stay Alive (3)
- Top Moment #21: Oswalt Ignores Stop Sign, Runs to Win (3)
- Top Moment #22: 11 Innings, One Hit (9)
- Top Moment #23: Phillies Rally Against Marmol (7)
- Top Moment #24: Lidge balks at save, Polanco comes through in extras (5)
- Top Moment #25: Lidge Blows it, Votto Ties it, Howard Saves it (15)
- Top Moments of 2010 (5)
April 12: Phillies home opener. The Phillies had a five-run fifth inning, which included a Chase Utley home run. The Phillies beat the Washington Nationals, 7-4.
Ryan Howard extension: Howard’s five-year, $125 million contract did not make the cut.
July 8: Brian Schnieder came up clutch with a 12th inning walk-off home run against the Cincinnati Reds to give the Phillies a 4-3 victory.