Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (D)

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A bronze-and-black metal plaque hung on a brick wall displays an engraving of a man's face; the main caption of the engraving reads "Ed Delahanty; outfielder; Phillies 1888–1889, 1891–1901
Ed Delahanty, a Hall of Fame outfielder, holds franchise records for the most career doubles and triples, feats which contributed to his election to the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame (plaque pictured).

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, 99 have had surnames beginning with the letter D. Two of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: outfielder Ed Delahanty, who played two stints for Philadelphia—from 1888 to 1889, and again from 1891 to 1901;[4] and outfielder Hugh Duffy, who was a Phillie for three seasons (1904–1906) after being out of the major leagues for two years.[5] The Hall of Fame lists the Phillies as Delahanty's primary team,[6] and he is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, as is catcher Darren Daulton.[7] Delahanty holds two franchise records, amassing 442 doubles and 157 triples to lead all Phillies in those categories.[8] Pitcher Bill Duggleby also holds a record; he hit 81 batters in his eight-year career in Philadelphia.[9]

Among the 60 batters in this list, outfielder Vern Duncan's .417 batting average is the highest mark; he amassed five hits in twelve plate appearances with Philadelphia.[10] Other players with an average above .300 include Dick Davis (.311 in two seasons),[11] Kiddo Davis (.302 in two seasons),[12] Spud Davis (.321 in eight seasons),[13] Delahanty (.348 in eleven seasons),[4] Alexander Donoghue (.318 in one season),[14] and George Durning (.357 in one season).[15] Daulton's 134 home runs and Delahanty's 1,288 runs batted in lead all players whose surnames begin with D.[4][16]

Of this list's 40 pitchers, Valerio de los Santos and Robert Dodd share the best win–loss record by winning percentage; each won one game while losing none.[17][18] Duggleby's 90 wins and 99 losses are most among the members of this list, as are his 445 strikeouts.[19] Dave Downs' 2.74 earned run average (ERA) in the only season of his career is the best mark in that category.[20] Red Donahue is one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, accomplishing the feat on July 8, 1898.[21]

One player, Ed Daily, has made 30% or more of his Phillies appearances as a pitcher and a position player. He amassed a 42–36 pitching record with a 2.77 ERA while batting .230 with six home runs as an outfielder.[22]

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.[23]
Position(s) Indicates the player's primary position(s)[P]
Notes Statistics shown only for playing time with Phillies[S]
Ref References
A sepia-toned baseball card image of a man in old-style white baseball pants, jersey, and cap pantomiming throwing a baseball with his right hand
In three seasons as an outfielder and pitcher, Ed Daily won 42 games and hit 6 home runs.
A man in a white baseball jersey with a block "2" on the reverse and dark cap with an interlocked white "LA" on the face holds a baseball bat over his right shoulder
Don Demeter batted in 258 runs in three seasons with the Phillies.
A sepia-toned image of a young man in an old-style white baseball uniform and cap standing on a grass field holding a baseball in front of his chest with both hands
Pitcher Jim Devlin did not win a game during his career in Philadelphia.
A smiling man in a short-sleeved shirt, dark pants, and a light-colored bucket hat examining a piece of mechanical equipment
Vince DiMaggio, the oldest of the three DiMaggio brothers, hit 19 home runs in two seasons as the Phillies' center fielder.
A dark-haired man with sideburns wearing a white shirt and dark sunglasses
Greg Dobbs set a record for most pinch-hits by a Phillie in a single season in 2008.[24]
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Cozy Dolan batted .267 in two seasons with the Phillies.
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Red Dooin was Philadelphia's catcher for 13 seasons (1902–1914).
A man in a white baseball cap and heavy dark coat
Hall of Famer Hugh Duffy, inducted as a manager, was an outfielder for the Phillies for three seasons.
A dark-skinned man in a blue baseball jersey and cap and gray baseball pants wearing sunglasses and standing on a baseball field
Mariano Duncan amassed a .274 batting average in four seasons as Philadelphia's shortstop and second baseman.
A smiling dark-haired young man with a dark goatee wearing a blue button-down shirt
Chad Durbin pitched three seasons in the Phillies bullpen, winning 11 games and striking out 188.
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Pitcher J. D. Durbin won six games in his only season with Philadelphia.
List of players whose surnames begin with D, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Daal, OmarOmar Daal
2000–2001
Pitcher [25]
Dahlgren, BabeBabe Dahlgren
1943
First baseman [26]
Dailey, SamSam Dailey
1929
Pitcher [27]
Daily, EdEd Daily
1885–1887
Outfielder
Pitcher
[22]
Dalrymple, ClayClay Dalrymple
1960–1968
Catcher [28]
Daniels, TonyTony Daniels
1945
Second baseman [29]
Dark, AlvinAlvin Dark
1960
Third baseman [30]
Darrow, GeorgeGeorge Darrow
1934
Pitcher [31]
Daulton, DarrenDarren Daulton§
1983
1985–1997
Catcher [16]
Davis, CurtCurt Davis
1934–1936
Pitcher [32]
Davis, DickDick Davis
1981–1982
Right fielder [11]
Davis, DixieDixie Davis
1918
Pitcher [33]
Davis, JackeJacke Davis
1962
Left fielder [34]
Davis, KaneKane Davis
2007
Pitcher [35]
Davis, KiddoKiddo Davis
1932
1934
Center fielder [12]
Davis, MarkMark Davis
1980–1981
1993
Pitcher [36]
Davis, SpudSpud Davis
1928–1933
1938–1939
Catcher [13]
Dawley, BillBill Dawley
1988
Pitcher [37]
Day, BillBill Day
1889–1890
Pitcher [38]
De Fratus, JustinJustin De Fratus
2011
Pitcher [39]
de los Santos, ValerioValerio de los Santos
2003
Pitcher [17]
Dean, WaylandWayland Dean
1926–1927
Pitcher [40]
Decatur, ArtArt Decatur
1925–1927
Pitcher [41]
Decker, HarryHarry Decker
1889–1890
Second baseman [42]
Deininger, PepPep Deininger
1908–1909
Center fielder [43]
Deitrick, BillBill Deitrick
1927–1928
Left fielder
Shortstop
[44]
DeJesus, IvanIván DeJesús
1982–1984
Shortstop [45]
DeJesus, JoseJosé DeJesús
1990–1991
Pitcher [46]
Del Greco, BobbyBobby Del Greco
1960–1961
1965
Center fielder [47]
del Savio, GartonGarton del Savio
1943
Shortstop [48]
Delahanty, EdEd DelahantyHall of Fame, Phillies primary§
1888–1889
1891–1901
Left fielder [4]
Delahanty, TomTom Delahanty
1894
Second baseman [49]
DeLeon, JoseJosé DeLeón
1992–1993
Pitcher [50]
Delker, EddieEddie Delker
1932–1933
Second baseman [51]
Dellucci, DavidDavid Dellucci
2006
Left fielder
Right fielder
[52]
Demaree, AlAl Demaree
1915–1916
Pitcher [53]
Demeter, DonDon Demeter
1961–1963
Outfielder
Third baseman
[54]
Dennehey, TodTod Dennehey
1923
Left fielder [55]
Denny, JerryJerry Denny
1891
First baseman
Third baseman
[56]
Denny, JohnJohn Denny
1982–1985
Pitcher [57]
DePangher, MikeMike DePangher
1884
Catcher [58]
Dernier, BobBob Dernier
1980–1983
1988–1989
Center fielder
Right fielder
[59]
Deshaies, JimJim Deshaies
1995
Pitcher [60]
Devine, MickeyMickey Devine
1918
Catcher [61]
Devlin, JimJim Devlin
1887
Pitcher [62]
Devore, JoshJosh Devore
1913–1914
Left fielder
Center fielder
[63]
Diaz, BoBo Díaz
1982–1985
Catcher [64]
Dickson, MurryMurry Dickson
1954–1956
Pitcher [65]
Dietz, DutchDutch Dietz
1943
Pitcher [66]
Dillard, GordonGordon Dillard
1989
Pitcher [67]
Dillhoefer, PicklesPickles Dillhoefer
1918
Catcher [68]
DiMaggio, VinceVince DiMaggio
1945–1946
Center fielder [69]
Dineen, KerryKerry Dineen
1978
Left fielder [70]
Dinges, VanceVance Dinges
1945–1946
Outfielder [71]
Diorio, RonRon Diorio
1973–1974
Pitcher [72]
Dishman, GlennGlenn Dishman
1996
Pitcher [73]
Dobbs, GregGreg Dobbs
2007–2010
Third baseman [74]
Dodd, RobertRobert Dodd
1998
Pitcher [18]
Dodge, JohnJohn Dodge
1912–1913
Third baseman [75]
Dolan, CozyCozy Dolan
1912–1913
Third baseman [76]
Dolan, JoeJoe Dolan
1899–1901
Second baseman [77]
Donahue, DeaconDeacon Donahue
1943–1944
Pitcher [78]
Donahue, RedRed Donahue
1898–1901
Pitcher [79]
Donahue, SheShe Donahue
1904
Shortstop
Third baseman
[80]
Donnelly, BlixBlix Donnelly
1946–1950
Pitcher [81]
Donoghue, AlexanderAlexander Donoghue
1891
Center fielder
Shortstop
[14]
Donovan, JerryJerry Donovan
1906
Catcher [82]
Dooin, RedRed Dooin
1902–1914
Catcher [83]
Doolan, MickeyMickey Doolan
1905–1913
Shortstop [84]
Doster, DavidDavid Doster
1996
1999
Second baseman [85]
Douglass, KlondikeKlondike Douglass
1898–1904
First baseman
Catcher
[86]
Dowd, TommyTommy Dowd
1897
Right fielder [87]
Dowell, KenKen Dowell
1987
Shortstop [88]
Downey, TomTom Downey
1912
Third baseman [89]
Downs, DaveDave Downs
1972
Pitcher [20]
Dowse, TomTom Dowse
1892
Catcher [90]
Doyle, ConnyConny Doyle
1883
Left fielder [91]
Doyle, DennyDenny Doyle
1970–1973
Second baseman [92]
Doyle, JackJack Doyle
1904
First baseman [93]
Drake, SollySolly Drake
1959
Left fielder [94]
Drews, KarlKarl Drews
1951–1954
Pitcher [95]
Dubiel, MonkMonk Dubiel
1948
Pitcher [96]
Ducey, RobRob Ducey
1999–2000
2000–2001
Left fielder [97]
Duckworth, BrandonBrandon Duckworth
2001–2003
Pitcher [98]
Dudley, CliseClise Dudley
1931–1932
Pitcher [99]
Duffy, HughHugh DuffyHall of Fame
1904–1906
Center fielder
Left fielder
[5]
Dugas, GusGus Dugas
1933
First baseman [100]
Dugey, OscarOscar Dugey
1915–1917
Second baseman [101]
Duggleby, BillBill Duggleby
1898
1901–1907
Pitcher [19]
Duncan, MarianoMariano Duncan
1992–1995
Second baseman
Shortstop
[102]
Duncan, VernVern Duncan
1913
Right fielder
Left fielder
[10]
Dunham, LeeLee Dunham
1926
First baseman [103]
Dunkle, DaveyDavey Dunkle
1897–1898
Pitcher [104]
Dunn, JackJack Dunn
1900–1901
Pitcher [105]
Durbin, ChadChad Durbin
2008–2010
Pitcher [106]
Durbin, J. D.J. D. Durbin
2007
Pitcher [107]
Duren, RyneRyne Duren
1963–1965
Pitcher [108]
Durning, GeorgeGeorge Durning
1925
Right fielder [15]
Dykstra, LennyLenny Dykstra
1989–1996
Center fielder [109]

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".[110]
  • 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,[8] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[9]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.

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