I was at that game on May 2, 1970 when Tim McCarver and then Mike Ryan both broke their hands in the same inning and the Phils turned to a guy named Jim Hutto. I don't remember too many of the particulars of the game because the Giants won big but I do remember that Chris Short was the losing pitcher.
BUT ask me about the following day, Sunday May 3 and I remember almost everything about the DHer the next day, Phils swept the double dip, 8-6 in 13 long innings and 13-6 in the night cap. I remember the Phils trailed the first game the whole way till they tied it in the 9th and won in the 13th, 8-6. I remember young Rick Wise started and Joe Hoerner was the winning pitcher.
In the nightcap the Giants knocked out Woody Fryman in the 1st and led 5-0 but the Phils tied it in the 2nd with 5 runs and just kept hitting, winning 13-6. A bespectacled righty named Lowell Palmer came in and went 8.2 innings for the win. Palmer was an immensely talented hurler but got in trouble by dating former manager Gene Mauch's daughter and he never quite got out of the doghouse even though Mauch was gone in 1968.
I really liked that '70 team, though they didn't do well. They had two talented youngsters in Larry Hisle and Don Money, a rookie double play combo in Larry Bowa and Denny Doyle, a still young Johnny Briggs and solid veterans like Tony Taylor, Deron Johnson, Dick Selma, Joe Hoerner and Tim McCarver.
They also had two heroes from the bedeviled 1964 staff, former aces Jim Bunning and Chris Short. As someone who followed the pharm system even then I was also excited about guys ready to come up soon...Greg Luzinski, Joe Lis and Willie Montanez. I believe their manager was a guy I liked very much, though he was not very successful, Frank Luchessi.
This group would get worse before it got better, but by 1973 they had added Steve Carlton, Mike Schmidt, Bob Boone and Jim Lonborg and would soon begin a most successful decade , 1974-83.