» June 21, 1986:
The season ends for Phils C Darren Daulton when he tears the ACL in his left knee in a home plate collision with the Cards' Mike Heath. St. Louis wins, 8–6.
» May 6, 1991: Phillies OF Lenny Dykstra crashes his Mercedes into two trees while driving home with Darren Daulton from teammate John Kruk's bachelor party. Dykstra, who is charged with driving under the influence, suffers three broken ribs, a broken collarbone, and a broken cheekbone, and will be sidelined until mid-July. Daulton's injuries are less severe.
» July 28, 1993:
Darren Daulton belts a grand slam and two-run triple as the Phils pound the Cards, 14–6. Dave Hollins drives in three runs as well for the Quakers.
» September 17, 1993:
Expos OF Curtis Pride -- who is mostly deaf -- gets his 1st major league hit in Montreal's 8-7, 12-inning win over the Phillies. The Phillies score all seven in the 6th when they knock out Pedro Martinez. Darren Daulton homers and Lenny Dykstra hits a triple in the frame. Mitch Williams walks two and gives up a hits in the 12th in losing. Tim Scott is the winner, striking out the side in the 12th.
» October 11, 1993: The Phillies notch their 2nd 4-3, 10-inning victory of the NLCS and take a 3-games-to-2 lead over the Braves. Lenny Dykstra's homer off Mark Wohlers is the winning hit, while Darren Daulton also knocks a round-tripper. Exactly seven years ago, Dykstra hit a 10th inning home run to beat the Astros in the NLCS.
» October 13, 1993: The combined pitching of Tommy Greene and Mitch Williams give the
Phillies a 6-3 win over the Braves and the NL pennant. Dave Hollins hits a
2-run homer for the winners, while Mickey Morandini and Darren Daulton also
drive in 2 runs each. Curt Schilling is named the NLCS MVP despite no
victories: he gave up just 3 earned runs and struck out 19 in 16 innings.
» June 28, 1994:
The Phils injury plagued C Darren Daulton suffers another season-ending injury when he uses his left collarbone to catcher a foul tip off the bat of Jeff Conine. Daulton will be out the rest of the season. Florida beats the Phils, 2–1, as Jeff Mutis wins his 1st and only game in the NL.
» August 25, 1995: Rounding 2B in a 17–4 blowout over the Dodgers,, the Phils Darren Daulton tears the ACL in his right knee and will be out the remaining season. He'll play just five games in 1996. Gregg Jefferies becomes the first Phillie in 32 years to hit for the cycle, and hurler Jeff Juden goes the distance for the win, and also hits a grand slam. It is the 3rd grand slam hit by a pitcher in the National League this season, setting a league record. Florida's Chris Hammond and Pittsburgh's Denny Neagle hit the others.
» July 20, 1997:
The Marlins trade OF Billy McMillon to the Phillies in exchange for veteran Darren Daulton.
» July 21, 1997:
Phillies ace Curt Schilling fans 15 in eight innings, the most in the National League this season, but loses 3–2 to the visiting Pirates. Home runs by Al Martin and Kevin Polcovich are the difference. Polcovich homers in the seventh after he missing a suicide-squeeze bunt, resulting in a Buc' runner being tagged out. Before the game, the Phillies trade veteran Darren Daulton to Florida for outfielder Billy McMillon.
» October 21, 1997: In a slugfest, the Marlins plate seven runs in the 9th inning to outscore the Indians, 14-11, and take Game 3. Gary Sheffield drives in five runs for Florida on three hits, including a double and home run. Darren Daulton and Jim Eisenreich also homer for the Fish, while Jim Thome connects for Cleveland.