UPDATE: The Phillies broke the record again on Tuesday with a 15 rating.

A whole bunch of people watched the Phillies beat the Braves last night.  

Comcast SportsNet says the Phillies game achieved at 14.5 rating (14.5% of households with TVs). That means around 431,400 households watched the game, an all-time high on CSN.  The Phillies game, which beat out Monday Night Football, peaked at an 18.9 rating (562,300 households) and it beat the previous Phillies record of 13.3 set on September 30, 2009 against the Astros.

The Phillies average rating on CSN for the year is 8.0.

People are even watching Post Game Live.  107,000 households, on average, are tuning in- a 20% increase over last year.

Last week, the Eagles broke a Fox record too.