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Question 1: On September 27, the Phillies clinched the National League East for the second year in a row, once again helped by a late September slump from the ________.
New York MetsBuffalo BisonsNew York YankeesBrooklyn Cyclones

Question 2: ________
Pete RoseList of Philadelphia Phillies award winners and league leadersPhiladelphia Phillies all-time rosterRyan Howard

Question 3: On September 21, ________ became the first player in major league history to collect 200 hits, 15 triples, 25 home runs, and 25 stolen bases in the same season.
Pete RoseRyan HowardJimmy RollinsMike Schmidt

Question 4: Louis Cardinals on a nationally televised ________ game.

Question 5: By September 24, the Phillies had captured and lost the wild-card lead and were tied with the ________.
Tommy LasordaJoe TorreLos Angeles DodgersLos Angeles Dodgers all-time roster

Question 6: On September 28, they defeated the ________, 13–6, at Wrigley Field.
Peoria ChiefsChicago Cubs franchise historyChicago Cubs all-time rosterChicago Cubs

Question 7: ________ broke out of his early-season slump, hitting .245 in May, nearly an 80 point increase from his average in April, and slugging ten home runs.
Jimmy RollinsRyan HowardPete RosePhiladelphia Phillies

Question 8: For instance, a 1962 cartoon in a baseball magazine depicted a ballplayer arriving at a ________ outpost, explaining, "I was released by the Phillies!"
HungaryFrench Foreign LegionSwitzerlandFrance

Question 9: ________
List of Philadelphia Phillies team recordsPhiladelphia Baseball Wall of FameList of Philadelphia Phillies Opening Day starting pitchersList of Philadelphia Phillies seasons

Question 10: Soon after, the Phillies hired ________, who, ironically, was the general manager of the 1992 and 1993 Toronto Blue Jays' Championship teams.
Jim Clancy (baseball)Toronto Blue Jays all-time rosterCito GastonPat Gillick

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