Memorable moments at The Bank: 2010 and '11

Memorable moments at The Bank: 2010 and '11

• At age 47, left-hander Jamie Moyer became the old pitcher to throw a shutout in MLB history.

• Roy Oswalt became the first Phillies pitcher to play a position, taking over in left field in the 15th inning. The first batter of the inning hit a fly ball to Oswalt, who ended the 16-inning loss by grounding out to third base.

• Roy Halladay became the first Phils right-hander to win 20 games since Robin Roberts in 1955. Twelve of those wins came at Citizens Bank Park, a club record at the ballpark.

• The Phillies beat the Nationals, 8-0, to clinch their franchise-record fourth straight division title with five games to go.

• In his postseason debut, Halladay tossed a no-hitter in beating the Reds, 4-0. It was the second no-hitter in MLB postseason history, the other being a perfect game by the Yankees' Don Larsen in the 1956 World Series. The Phils won their seventh straight Game 1 of a postseason series, tying the National League record.

• The Phillies sold out all 81 home games, a franchise first.

• During a Sunday night game, fans chanted "USA, USA, USA" after word got out that Osama bin Laden had been killed.

• In a wild 19-inning game, Wilson Valdez became the first position player in Phils history to be the winning pitcher.

• Juan Perez struck out the side on nine pitches in the 10th inning of the Phillies' 3-2 victory over the Braves, picking up the win. He was the first pitcher to record a nine-pitch, three-strikeout frame in extra innings since 1923.

• The dedication of the Harry Kalas statue took place during alumni weekend.

• The Phils beat the Cardinals, 9-2, at Citizens Bank Park to wrap up the NL East title for fifth straight year. It was their 11th NL East championship.

• Ryan Howard's three-run homer keyed a five-run sixth inning, as the Phillies defeat the Cardinals, 11-6, in Game 1 of the NL Division Series. Halladay retired the final 21 batters to earn the win.

• For the first time in franchise history, the Phils led all Major League clubs in attendance.

Larry Shenk is the vice president of Alumni Relations for the Phillies. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.