Pitching chart kept by Billy Loes and Carl Erskine shows what happened with every pitch thrown by the Dodgers during record-breaking 10th straight victory. Tiny boxes in line with Philadelphia players' names show balls (B), strikes (S); dot under strike means foul. Position of symbol indicates whether ball was high, low, inside, outside. Large boxes represent playing field with home plate at lower left. According to the chart, Russ Meyer's opening pitch, a low slider, went past Bobby Morgan of Phillies for a strike, then Morgan hit second pitch, low fast ball, into left field stands for home run. Darkened line around infield shows Morgan scored. Next man up to bat, Earl Torgeson, saw a fast ball go over for strike, then grounded waist-high curve to first baseman (3) who made play unassisted (u). Chart-keeper's conclusion from the first two batters: Morgan will wait long time for next low fast ball from Meyer.