INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
1992: Seasons can change in a single game. Sometimes on a single pitch. For these Phillies, that game came very early. The '92 season began at Veterans Stadium with tremendous optimism. The team debuted new uniforms - with a new, but old, "P" and road greys instead of powder blues. The lineup that would win a pennant a year later was a potent one, finishing fourth in runs scored and third in home runs. Leadoff hitter Lenny Dykstra got a huge ovation as he strutted into the batter's box to face the Braves' Greg Maddux. Maddux's second pitch hit him. The centerfielder's hand was broken. He missed missed more than a month, the Phillies never got rolling and finished in last place.