Ah, gotta love that crisp Denver air in the springtime. Though in recent years they've actually cobbled together something that vaguely resembles a pitching staff, back in the day, there was no better prescription for an ailing offense than a visit to the Rockies at Mile High Stadium. Not like the Phillies really needed the help in their pennant year of 1993, but just for the hell of it anyway, they put an 18-run beating on the Rock Boys on May 30th of their inaugural season.
Remarkably, through four innings, the game probably looked like a pitchers' duel between the Rox' Lance Painter and the Phils Tommy Greene, with the score knotted at 0-0. Then Darren Daulton homered to lead off the fifth, and things just kinda took off from there. Four different Phillies would homer later in the game (including the pitcher Greene) and left fielder Pete Incaviglia knocked a hit in a team record-tying four consecutive innings, as the Philly lead began to balloon. Greene stayed strong on the hill, striking out six and letting up just one earned, as the Phils took the game 18-1.
The win was the last of a three-game series sweep in the Phils' first ever visit to Colorado. The Phillies outscored the Rockies by a combined 39-10 score over the course of the three games, and moved to 34-14 for the season, first in the division by an astounding seven games.