Being "first" is a special feeling.
There's a certain sense of accomplishment that comes with knowing the fact that you've done something that no man, woman, or child had ever done before. It's a proud moment—one that will last for a lifetime and then some.
In baseball, being the first is that same feeling amplified times 10. The Philadelphia Phillies, who have existed in the "City of Brotherly Love" since 1883, have had plenty of firsts. Some of them were great moments never to be forgotten. Others are so infamous that it's not possible to forget them.
But at the end of the day, none of that matters. Whether you're a fan or a player, a manager or a front office executive, you never forget where you were during one of those "firsts."
Who can forget Roy Halladay's postseason no-hitter, the first in Phillies history, but just the second of all-time? How about Jim Bunning's perfect game?
I imagine the feeling was the same when the Philadelphia Quakers captured their first win. "Firsts" are timeless, and here are some of the greatest.