» April 20, 1949:
Phils 3B Willie Jones hits 4 consecutive doubles,
tying a NL mark with Dick Bartell (1933) and Ernie
» July 1, 1950:
Behind unbeaten rookie Bob Miller, the first-place Phils trip the Dodgers, 6–4. Jim Konstanty makes his 30th relief appearance to help Miller win his 7th straight. Mike Goliat and Willie Jones homer to pace an 11-hit attack. By winning their second straight game from Brooklyn, the Whiz Kids move .002 ahead of St. Louis and a game and a half ahead of Brooklyn.
» June 19, 1951: Willie Jones cracks a pair of homers, one with the bases loaded, to drive in six runs as the Phils roll over the host Pirates, 9–1. Jones' first homer comes in the first inning with Ashburn on base, and his second is an inside-the-park grand slam in the eighth inning. Every Phils batter collects a hit including winning hurler Russ Meyer. Murry Dickson is chased early with Ted Wilks, in his first appearance for the Pirates, relieving.
» September 21, 1951:
In Brooklyn, the Dodgers keep a woozy Campanella on the bench, preferring to rest him for the World Series. Rookie Clem Labine ignores Dressen's orders to take a full windup, preferring to pitch out of the stretch with the bases jammed in the 1st. Phils 3B Willie Jones then hits a grand slam and Labine ends up in Dressen's doghouse. The Phils win, 9–6, behind Robin Roberts.
» May 7, 1955:
Behind Carl Erskine, the Dodgers beat Robin Roberts and the Phils, 6–3, for their 9th straight win. All the Phils scoring is on solo homers -- two by Willie Jones and one by Del Ennis. For the Phils, it is their 8th loss in a row while the Brooks have now won 20 out of 22 games. The game is almost forfeited in the 7th after plate ump Art Gore chases Roberts, Earl Torgeson, and Jack Meyer from the Phils bench. Fans rain dozens of beer cans down on Gore and fellow ump Jocko Conlan.
» July 1, 1959: The Reds purchase veteran 3B Willie Jones from the Indians.