Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (B)

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Pat Burrell was a first-round draft pick of the Phillies in 1998 and played for the team from 2000 to 2008.

The Philadelphia Phillies are a Major League Baseball team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are a member of the Eastern Division of Major League Baseball's National League. The team has played officially under two names since beginning play in 1883: the current moniker, as well as the "Quakers", which was used in conjunction with "Phillies" during the team's early history.[1][2] The team was also known unofficially as the "Blue Jays" during the World War II era.[3] Since the franchise's inception, 1,892 players have made an appearance in a competitive game for the team, whether as an offensive player (batting and baserunning) or a defensive player (fielding, pitching, or both).

Of those 1,892 Phillies, 180 have had surnames beginning with the letter B. Four of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: Dave Bancroft, who played six seasons at shortstop for Philadelphia;[4] Chief Bender, a pitcher with the team for two years;[5] Dan Brouthers, whose career with the Phillies encompassed the 1896 season;[6] and Jim Bunning,[7] the pitcher whose number 14 is the only one retired by the Phillies for a player on this list.[8] Of the four, Bancroft is the only one inducted to the Hall of Fame with the Phillies as his primary team.[9] Bunning and Bender are two of four members of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame on this list, although Bender was inducted as a member of the Philadelphia Athletics; the others are catcher Bob Boone and shortstop Larry Bowa.[10]

Among the 95 batters in this list, catcher Mack Burk has the highest batting average, at .500; he had one hit in two career plate appearances with Philadelphia.[11] Other players with an average at or above .300 include Henry Baldwin (.313 in one season),[12] Johnny Bates (.301 in two seasons),[13] Beals Becker (.301 in three seasons),[14] Wally Berger (.317 in one season),[15] T. J. Bohn (.400 in one season),[16] Brouthers (.344 in one season),[6] George Browne (.300 in three seasons),[17] Frank Bruggy (.310 in one season),[18] and Smoky Burgess (.316 in four seasons).[19] Pat Burrell leads Phillies players whose names begin with B in home runs, with 251, and runs batted in, with 827.[20]

Of this list's 85 pitchers, Doug Bair and Doug Bird share the best winning percentage with Mark Brownson.[21][22][23] Each is undefeated in his decisions—Bair and Bird with 2–0 records,[21][22] and Brownson at 1–0.[23] The top winner among pitchers whose names begin with B is Bunning, who recorded 89 victories in 6 seasons with Philadelphia.[7] Ray Benge lost 82 games in 6 seasons, the most among these pitchers.[24] Bunning's 1,409 strikeouts are the highest total among B pitchers,[7] and two pitchers (Joe Bisenius and Dan Boitano) share the earned run average (ERA) lead, with a 0.00 mark;[25][26] among pitchers who have allowed a run, Stan Bahnsen's 1.35 ERA is best.[27] Bunning is one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, having pitched a perfect game on June 21, 1964.[28]

Key to symbols in player list(s)
Hall of Fame or Hall of Fame, Phillies primary Indicates a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum; Hall of Fame, Phillies primary indicates that the Phillies are the player's primary team[H]
§ Indicates a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame
* Indicates a team record[R]
(#) A number following a player's name indicates that the number was retired by the Phillies in the player's honor.
Year Italic text indicates that the player is a member of the Phillies' active (25-man) roster.[29]
Position(s) Indicates the player's primary position(s)[P]
Notes Statistics shown only for playing time with Phillies[S]
Ref References
A man in a white baseball jersey with orange lettering reading "BAKO" and "9" and a black baseball helmet shakes hands with an unseen person
Catcher Paul Bako hit three home runs in his only season with Philadelphia.
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Dick Bartell had a four-year career as the Phillies' shortstop.
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Chief Bender is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame elected for his tenure with the crosstown Athletics.
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In his first three seasons with the Phillies, pitcher Joe Blanton won 25 games.
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Russell Branyan played two positions for the Phillies (third base and left field) during the 2007 season.
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Fred Brickell hit 13 triples in his four seasons with Philadelphia.
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Domonic Brown is expected to platoon as the Phillies' starter in right field beginning in 2011.[30]
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As a Phillie, Eric Bruntlett turned the first game-ending unassisted triple play in National League history.[31]
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Jim Bunning threw the first perfect game in Philadelphia's franchise history.[32]
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Marlon Byrd played center field for Philadelphia for four seasons.
List of players whose surnames begin with B, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Backman, WallyWally Backman
1991–1992
Second baseman
Third baseman
[33]
Baecht, EdEd Baecht
1926–1928
Pitcher [34]
Baez, DanysDanys Báez
2010–2011
Pitcher [35]
Bahnsen, StanStan Bahnsen
1982
Pitcher [27]
Bair, DougDoug Bair
1987
Pitcher [21]
Baird, DougDoug Baird
1919
Third baseman [36]
Baker, FloydFloyd Baker
1954–1955
Third baseman [37]
Bako, PaulPaul Bako
2009
Catcher [38]
Baldschun, JackJack Baldschun
1961–1965
Pitcher [39]
Baldwin, HenryHenry Baldwin
1927
Shortstop
Third baseman
[12]
Baller, JayJay Baller
1982
1992
Pitcher [40]
Bancroft, DaveDave BancroftHall of Fame, Phillies primary
1915–1920
Shortstop [4]
Bannister, AlanAlan Bannister
1974–1975
Center fielder [41]
Barajas, RodRod Barajas
2007
Catcher [42]
Barojas, SalomeSalomé Barojas
1988
Pitcher [43]
Barrett, DickDick Barrett
1943–1945
Pitcher [44]
Barrett, TomTom Barrett
1988–1989
Second baseman [45]
Barron, TonyTony Barron
1997
Right fielder [46]
Barry, RichRich Barry
1969
Left fielder [47]
Barry, ShadShad Barry
1901–1904
Right fielder
Left fielder
[48]
Barry, TomTom Barry
1904
Pitcher [49]
Bartell, DickDick Bartell
1931–1934
Shortstop [50]
Bashore, WaltWalt Bashore
1936
Center fielder [51]
Bastardo, AntonioAntonio Bastardo
2009–2011
Pitcher [52]
Bastian, CharlieCharlie Bastian
1885–1888
1891
Second baseman
Shortstop
[53]
Bateman, JohnJohn Bateman
1972
Catcher [54]
Bates, BudBud Bates
1939
Center fielder [55]
Bates, DelDel Bates
1970
Catcher [56]
Bates, JohnnyJohnny Bates
1909–1910
Center fielder [13]
Batiste, KimKim Batiste
1991–1994
Third baseman
Shortstop
[57]
Battle, HowardHoward Battle
1996
Third baseman [58]
Baumgartner, StanStan Baumgartner
1914–1916
1921–1922
Pitcher [59]
Baumholtz, FrankFrank Baumholtz
1956–1957
Right fielder [60]
Beam, ErnieErnie Beam
1895
Pitcher [61]
Beck, Boom-BoomBoom-Boom Beck
1939–1943
Pitcher [62]
Beck, FredFred Beck
1911
Right fielder [63]
Becker, BealsBeals Becker
1913–1915
Left fielder [14]
Becker, BobBob Becker
1897–1898
Pitcher [64]
Bedell, HowieHowie Bedell
1968
Pinch hitter[a] [65]
Bedrosian, SteveSteve Bedrosian
1986–1989
Pitcher [66]
Beebe, FredFred Beebe
1911
Pitcher [67]
Beech, MattMatt Beech
1996–1998
Pitcher [68]
Behan, PetiePetie Behan
1921–1923
Pitcher [69]
Belinsky, BoBo Belinsky
1965–1966
Pitcher [70]
Bell, DavidDavid Bell
2003–2006
Third baseman [71]
Bell, JuanJuan Bell
1992–1993
Shortstop [72]
Bender, ChiefChief BenderHall of Fame§
1916–1917
Pitcher [5]
Benedict, ArtArt Benedict
1883
Second baseman [73]
Benge, RayRay Benge
1928–1931
1936
Pitcher [24]
Benjamin, MikeMike Benjamin
1996
Shortstop [74]
Benjamin, StanStan Benjamin
1939–1942
Right fielder [75]
Bennett, DaveDave Bennett
1964
Pitcher [76]
Bennett, DennisDennis Bennett
1962–1964
Pitcher [77]
Bennett, GaryGary Bennett
1995–2001
Catcher [78]
Bennett, JoeJoe Bennett
1923
Third baseman [79]
Bennett, JoelJoel Bennett
1999
Pitcher [80]
Bentley, JackJack Bentley
1926
First baseman [81]
Benton, RabbitRabbit Benton
1922
Second baseman [82]
Berger, WallyWally Berger
1940
Right fielder
Left fielder
[15]
Berly, JackJack Berly
1932–1933
Pitcher [83]
Bernero, AdamAdam Bernero
2006
Pitcher [84]
Bernhard, BillBill Bernhard
1899–1900
Pitcher [85]
Berry, JoeJoe Berry
1902
Catcher [86]
Bertrand, LeftyLefty Bertrand
1936
Pitcher [87]
Betts, HuckHuck Betts
1920–1925
Pitcher [88]
Bicknell, CharlieCharlie Bicknell
1948–1949
Pitcher [89]
Bird, DougDoug Bird
1979
Pitcher [22]
Bisenius, JoeJoe Bisenius
2007
Pitcher [25]
Bishop, JimJim Bishop
1923–1924
Pitcher [90]
Bittiger, JeffJeff Bittiger
1986
Pitcher [91]
Bivin, JimJim Bivin
1935
Pitcher [92]
Blackburne, LenaLena Blackburne
1919
Third baseman [93]
Blackwell, TimTim Blackwell
1976–1977
Catcher [94]
Blake, SheriffSheriff Blake
1931
Pitcher [95]
Blanton, CyCy Blanton
1940–1942
Pitcher [96]
Blanton, JoeJoe Blanton
2008–2011
Pitcher [97]
Blatnik, JohnnyJohnny Blatnik
1948–1950
Left fielder [98]
Blattner, BuddyBuddy Blattner
1949
Second baseman
Third baseman
[99]
Blaylock, MarvMarv Blaylock
1955–1957
First baseman [100]
Blazier, RonRon Blazier
1996–1997
Pitcher [101]
Bloodworth, JimmyJimmy Bloodworth
1950–1951
Second baseman
First baseman
[102]
Boever, JoeJoe Boever
1990–1991
Pitcher [103]
Bohn, T. J.T. J. Bohn
2008
Left fielder [16]
Boitano, DanDan Boitano
1978
Pitcher [26]
Boland, EdEd Boland
1934–1935
Right fielder [104]
Bolen, StewStew Bolen
1931–1932
Pitcher [105]
Bolger, JimJim Bolger
1959
Left fielder [106]
Bolling, JackJack Bolling
1939
First baseman [107]
Booker, RodRod Booker
1990–1991
Shortstop [108]
Boone, BobBob Boone§
1972–1981
Catcher [109]
Boozer, JohnJohn Boozer
1962–1964
1966–1969
Pitcher [110]
Borland, TobyToby Borland
1994–1996
1998
Pitcher [111]
Borowy, HankHank Borowy
1949–1950
Pitcher [112]
Bosetti, RickRick Bosetti
1976
Center fielder [113]
Boskie, ShawnShawn Boskie
1994
Pitcher [114]
Bottalico, RickyRicky Bottalico
1994–1998
2001–2002
Pitcher [115]
Bottenfield, KentKent Bottenfield
2000
Pitcher [116]
Bouchee, EdEd Bouchee
1956–1960
First baseman [117]
Bourn, MichaelMichael Bourn
2006–2007
Left fielder [118]
Bowa, LarryLarry Bowa§
1970–1981
Shortstop [119]
Bowker, JohnJohn Bowker
2011
First baseman
Right fielder
[120]
Bowman, BobBob Bowman
1955–1959
Outfielder [121]
Bowman, JoeJoe Bowman
1935–1936
Pitcher [122]
Bowman, SumnerSumner Bowman
1890
Pitcher [123]
Boyd, JasonJason Boyd
2000
Pitcher [124]
Boyle, Jack A.Jack A. Boyle
1893–1898
First baseman [125]
Boyle, Jack B.Jack B. Boyle
1912
Third baseman [126]
Brack, GibbyGibby Brack
1938–1939
Right fielder
Center fielder
[127]
Brackenridge, JohnJohn Brackenridge
1904
Pitcher [128]
Bradley, PhilPhil Bradley
1988
Left fielder [129]
Brady, KingKing Brady
1905
Pitcher [130]
Bragan, BobbyBobby Bragan
1940–1942
Shortstop [131]
Bramhall, ArtArt Bramhall
1935
Shortstop
Third baseman
[132]
Brandon, BuckyBucky Brandon
1971–1973
Pitcher [133]
Brandt, JackieJackie Brandt
1966–1967
Center fielder [134]
Bransfield, KittyKitty Bransfield
1905–1911
First baseman [135]
Brantley, CliffCliff Brantley
1991–1992
Pitcher [136]
Brantley, JeffJeff Brantley
1999–2000
Pitcher [137]
Branyan, RussellRussell Branyan
2007
Third baseman
Left fielder
[138]
Brashear, RoyRoy Brashear
1903
Second baseman [139]
Breitenstein, AlonzoAlonzo Breitenstein
1883
Pitcher [140]
Brennan, AdAd Brennan
1910–1913
Pitcher [141]
Bressler, RubeRube Bressler
1932
Left fielder [142]
Brett, KenKen Brett
1973
Pitcher [143]
Brewer, BillyBilly Brewer
1997–1999
Pitcher [144]
Brewster, CharlieCharlie Brewster
1943
Shortstop [145]
Brickell, FredFred Brickell
1930–1933
Center fielder [146]
Briggs, JohnnyJohnny Briggs
1964–1971
Center fielder
Left fielder
[147]
Brink, BradBrad Brink
1992–1993
Pitcher [148]
Brinker, BillBill Brinker
1912
Third baseman [149]
Brito, EudeEude Brito
2005–2006
Pitcher [150]
Brittin, JackJack Brittin
1950–1951
Pitcher [151]
Brock, ChrisChris Brock
2000–2001
Pitcher [152]
Brogna, RicoRico Brogna
1997–2000
First baseman [153]
Brouthers, DanDan BrouthersHall of Fame
1896
First baseman [6]
Brown, BusterBuster Brown
1907–1909
Pitcher [154]
Brown, DomonicDomonic Brown
2010–2011
Right fielder [155]
Brown, LloydLloyd Brown
1940
Pitcher [156]
Brown, OllieOllie Brown
1974–1977
Right fielder
Left fielder
[157]
Brown, PaulPaul Brown
1961–1963
1968
Pitcher [158]
Brown, TommyTommy Brown
1951–1952
Left fielder [159]
Brown, WilliamWilliam Brown
1891
First baseman [160]
Browne, ByronByron Browne
1970–1972
Right fielder [161]
Browne, EarlEarl Browne
1937–1938
Right fielder
First baseman
[162]
Browne, GeorgeGeorge Browne
1901–1902
1912
Left fielder [17]
Brownson, MarkMark Brownson
2000
Pitcher [23]
Bruggy, FrankFrank Bruggy
1921
Catcher [18]
Bruner, RoyRoy Bruner
1939–1941
Pitcher [163]
Bruntlett, EricEric Bruntlett
2008–2009
Second baseman [164]
Brusstar, WarrenWarren Brusstar
1977–1982
Pitcher [165]
Buckley, DickDick Buckley
1894–1895
Catcher [166]
Buffinton, CharlieCharlie Buffinton
1887–1889
Pitcher [167]
Buhl, BobBob Buhl
1966–1967
Pitcher [168]
Bullinger, KirkKirk Bullinger
2000
Pitcher [169]
Bullock, EricEric Bullock
1989
Right fielder
Center fielder
[170]
Bunning, JimJim BunningHall of Fame§ (#14)
1964–1967
1970–1971
Pitcher [7]
Burchell, FredFred Burchell
1903
Pitcher [171]
Burdette, LewLew Burdette
1965
Pitcher [172]
Burgess, SmokySmoky Burgess
1952–1955
Catcher [19]
Burich, BillBill Burich
1942
1946
Shortstop [173]
Burk, MackMack Burk
1956
1958
Catcher [11]
Burkart, ElmerElmer Burkart
1936–1939
Pitcher [174]
Burke, BobbyBobby Burke
1937
Pitcher [175]
Burke, EddieEddie Burke
1890
Outfielder [176]
Burns, BillBill Burns
1911
Pitcher [177]
Burns, EdEd Burns
1913–1918
Catcher [178]
Burns, GeorgeGeorge Burns
1925
Left fielder [179]
Burrell, PatPat Burrell
2000–2008
Left fielder [20]
Burris, AlAl Burris
1894
Pitcher [180]
Busby, PaulPaul Busby
1941
1943
Right fielder [181]
Buskey, JoeJoe Buskey
1926
Shortstop [182]
Buskey, MikeMike Buskey
1977
Shortstop [183]
Butcher, MaxMax Butcher
1938–1939
Pitcher [184]
Butler, CharlieCharlie Butler
1933
Pitcher [185]
Butler, RobRob Butler
1997
Center fielder
Right fielder
[186]
Buzhardt, JohnJohn Buzhardt
1960–1961
Pitcher [187]
Byrd, MarlonMarlon Byrd
2002–2005
Center fielder [188]
Byrd, PaulPaul Byrd
1998–2001
Pitcher [189]
Byrne, BobbyBobby Byrne
1913–1917
Third baseman
Second baseman
[190]
Bystrom, MartyMarty Bystrom
1980–1984
Pitcher [191]

Footnotes[edit]

Key
  • H The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum determines which cap a player wears on their plaque, signifying "the team with which he made his most indelible mark". The Hall of Fame considers the player's wishes in making their decision, but the Hall makes the final decision as "it is important that the logo be emblematic of the historical accomplishments of that player’s career".[192]
  • P Players are listed at a position if they appeared in 30% of their games or more during their Phillies career, as defined by Baseball-Reference. Additional positions may be shown on the Baseball-Reference website by following each player's citation.
  • R Franchise batting and pitching leaders are drawn from Baseball-Reference. A total of 1,500 plate appearances are needed to qualify for batting records,[193] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[194]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
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  • a Howie Bedell is listed by Baseball-Reference as a left fielder, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.

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