Three key members of Cincinnati's Big Red Machine of the 1970s were reunited with the Phillies in 1983, helping them win the pennant: Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Tony Perez.
Mike Schmidt's #20 is retired in pre-game ceremonies as Phillies lose, 12-3, to Atlanta before 56,789.
Phillies set a Citizens Bank Park record for runs in a game, blasting Colorado, 20-5. 2B Chase Utley drives in six runs.
LHP Steve Carlton makes his 666th start to break LHP Warren Spahn's NL record in a 6-2 win over San Francisco.
Entering the game hitless in his last 22 at-bats, 3B Mike Schmidt strikes out his four at-bats on 12 pitches. The 13th pitch he sees, is a two-run, game-winning homer in the last of the ninth off Jeff Reardon to give the Phillies a 5-3 win over Montreal.
3B Dick Allen hits measured 529-foot home run completely over the Coca-Cola billboard atop Connie Mack Stadium's left-center field roof off RHP Larry Jackson. First-inning blast sends Phillies to a 4-2 win over Chicago.
CF Garry Maddox records four of the Phillies' seven stolen bases in a 4-3, 14-inning win against Pittsburgh.
Mike Schmidt switches to first base as rookie Rick Schu is brought up from Portland to play third base. Phillies lose, 6-1, at Los Angeles.
Greg Gross collects his 100th career pinch-hit in a 5-4 win over San Francisco.
RHP Roy Halladay tosses perfect game, 1-0, over the Marlins in Miami. He throws 115 pitches (72 for strikes) and fans 11.
LF Babe Ruth goes hitless (one at-bat) in his final game as the Boston Braves beat the Phillies, 11-6, in the second game of a Baker Bowl doubleheader. Attendance: 18,000.
LHP Steve Carlton wins his 191st game with Phillies, 6-2, over Atlanta. Victory moves Lefty into second place on the Phillies' all-time list ahead of Grover Alexander. Robin Roberts leads with 234.
Veterans Stadium is empty except for a handful of media who were there for 3B Mike Schmidt's retirement press conference. He had announced his retirement the day before in San Diego and returned home to meet the Philadelphia media. His last game was May 28 at San Francisco.
Ryan Howard hits his eighth career grand slam to set a new club record. Phillies beat Washington, 9-6.
Phillies rally for 8-7 win in Wrigley Field, ending May with a 15-13 record despite losing three starting pitchers (Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Ben Rivera) and three regulars (John Kruk, Kevin Stocker and Dave Hollins) to the disabled list during the month.
LHP Jamie Moyer wins his 250th game, 4-2, over Washington.
1B Ryan Howard collects his 1,000th RBI with a three-run homer in 7th inning, a 5-4, 14-inning loss to the Mets. All three weekend games go extra innings, 14-14-11.