Jim Thome set a Major League record with his 13th career walk-off home run on Saturday, passing Hall of Famers Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, Stan Musial, Mickey Mantle and Frank Robinson -- all of whom hit 12. For Thome, it was his first walk-off with Philadelphia. He is one of three active players to hit walk-off homers with four different clubs (Indians, White Sox, Twins, Phillies), according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Johnny Damon (Royals, Red Sox, Yankees, Tigers and Rays) and Carlos Pena (Athletics, Tigers, Red Sox and Rays) are the others.
Jonathan Papelbon's blown save on Saturday was not only his first of the season and first with Philadelphia, but it marked the first time he had even allowed a run in a save situation in 2012. He surrendered two runs to the Rays in the ninth inning, but was bailed out by Thome.
Juan Pierre's fourth-inning home run on Saturday was the first of his 17 career longballs with more than one runner on base.
Jimmy Rollins has four homers in June, doubling his total from April and May combined.
Cole Hamels, who started in Sunday's first game, entered the day needing just seven more strikeouts to tie Hall of Famer Jim Bunning for sixth place all-time in Phillies history.
Sunday is the first doubleheader of the season for the Phillies. They played four last season, posting a 4-4 record.