95 years! To put that into perspective, my Aunt Edna was just a 1-year-old when Grover Cleveland "Pete" Alexander went 31-10 to lead the Phillies to their first World Series appearance in 1915. The Phils lost to the Red Sox (4 games to 1) in that World Series, but Pete won Game 1 at the old Baker Bowl. (It's interesting to note that all 4 games lost by the Phils were by a margin of only one run).
Also interesting - Babe Ruth had only one at-bat during this World Series, as he pinch-hit for Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore in the 9th inning of Game 1. Pete induced a ground-out to first base by the Babe.