Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (G)

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Kid Gleason set a Phillies single-season franchise record with 38 victories as a pitcher in 1890.

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, 82 have had surnames beginning with the letter G. No members of this list have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, but Dallas Green was elected to the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame.[4] In addition to being a Phillies pitcher in 1960, and again from 1964 to 1967,[5] Green was named the Phillies manager in 1979 and led Philadelphia to the first World Series championship in franchise history in 1980.[6] Though no Phillies on this list hold career franchise records, Kid Gleason does hold a single-season record; he won 38 games as a pitcher during the 1890 season[7] before converting to a full-time second baseman later in his career.[8]

Among the 50 batters in this list, second baseman Gid Gardner has the best batting average, at .667; he hit safely twice in three at-bats with the Phillies.[9] Other players with an average above .300 include Dave Gallagher (.318 in one season),[10] William Gallagher (.306 in one season),[11] Mike Grady (.331 in four seasons),[12] Lew Graulich (.308 in one season),[13] and Emil Gross (.307 in one season).[14] Tony González leads all batters on this list with 77 home runs and 438 runs batted in in nine seasons with Philadelphia.[15]

Of this list's 33 pitchers, Geoff Geary has the best win–loss record by winning percentage; he won thirteen games and lost four in five seasons with the Phillies.[16] Gleason's 78 career victories lead all pitchers in this list, as do his 70 losses.[8] The earned run average (ERA) leader is left fielder Greg Gross, who made two pitching appearances during his ten-season career in Philadelphia, allowing no runs in five innings pitched;[17] among pitchers, Gene Garber leads with a 2.68 ERA.[18] Tommy Greene is one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, accomplishing the feat on May 23, 1991.[19]

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.[20]
Position(s) Indicates the player's primary position(s)[P]
Notes Statistics shown only for playing time with Phillies[S]
Ref References
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Charlie Ganzel hit three doubles in his two seasons with Philadelphia.
A dark-haired man in a blue baseball jersey with a white towel slung over both shoulders walks on a baseball field carrying a red baseball cap and a black baseball glove together in his left hand.
Freddy García earned one win in his only Phillies season after Philadelphia traded Gavin Floyd and Gio Gonzalez to the White Sox for his rights.[21]
A brown-haired young man with a goatee wearing a tan baseball glove on his hand atop a red baseball cap
Geoff Geary won 13 games in 5 seasons with the Phillies.
A man in a light-blue baseball uniform, maroon batting helmet, and maroon baseball socks holding a tan baseball bat over his right shoulder
Outfielder Greg Golson scored two runs in his only year with Philadelphia.
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Wilbur Good hit one home run in his only Phillies season.
A smiling man in a red baseball cap with a white "P" on the face and a white baseball jersey with red pinstripes and "Phillies" (obscured) across the chest in red
Mike Goliat hit 20 home runs during three seasons in Philadelphia.
A dark-skinned man in a gray baseball uniform with "New York" across the chest in navy-blue letters and a navy-blue baseball cap standing on a dirt mound on a grass field and wearing a black baseball glove on his left hand
Tom Gordon served as the Phillies' closer or set-up man for most of his three seasons.
A baseball card image of a man wearing a white baseball uniform with "Pirates" across the chest and a tan catcher's mitt on his left hand
Catcher Earl Grace played for Philadelphia in 1936 and 1937.
A bronze-and-black plaque mounted on a brick surface and engraved with the face of a smiling man; the primary caption reads "Dallas Green; Pitcher/Farm Director/Manager; Phillies 1960–64, 1967, 1979–81
Dallas Green was inducted into the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame (placque pictured).
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Tom Gunning, a catcher, played only one season for the Phillies.
List of players whose surnames begin with G, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Gabrielson, LenLen Gabrielson
1939
First baseman [22]
Gallagher, BillBill Gallagher
1883
Center fielder [23]
Gallagher, DaveDave Gallagher
1995
Right fielder
Center fielder
[10]
Gallagher, WilliamWilliam Gallagher
1896
Shortstop [11]
Gallia, BertBert Gallia
1920
Pitcher [24]
Gamble, OscarOscar Gamble
1970–1972
Right fielder [25]
Gandy, BobBob Gandy
1916
Center fielder [26]
Gant, RonRon Gant
1999–2000
Left fielder [27]
Ganzel, CharlieCharlie Ganzel
1885–1886
Catcher [28]
Garber, GeneGene Garber
1974–1978
Pitcher [18]
Garcia, AndersonAnderson García
2007
Pitcher [29]
Garcia, FreddyFreddy García
2007
Pitcher [30]
Garcia, KikoKiko Garcia
1983–1985
Shortstop
Second baseman
[31]
Gardiner, ArtArt Gardiner
1923
Pitcher [32]
Gardner, GidGid Gardner
1888
Second baseman [9]
Garvin, NedNed Garvin
1896
Pitcher [33]
Geary, GeoffGeoff Geary
2003–2007
Pitcher [16]
Geier, PhilPhil Geier
1896–1897
Left fielder
Second baseman
[34]
Gerheauser, AlAl Gerheauser
1943–1944
Pitcher [35]
Ghelfi, TonyTony Ghelfi
1983
Pitcher [36]
Giambi, JeremyJeremy Giambi
2002
First baseman
Right fielder
[37]
Gilbert, CharlieCharlie Gilbert
1946–1947
Right fielder [38]
Gillen, SamSam Gillen
1897
Shortstop [39]
Girard, CharlieCharlie Girard
1910
Pitcher [40]
Gladmon, BuckBuck Gladmon
1883
Third baseman [41]
Glanville, DougDoug Glanville
1998–2002
2004
Center fielder [42]
Glaviano, TommyTommy Glaviano
1953
Third baseman
Second baseman
[43]
Glazner, WhiteyWhitey Glazner
1923–1924
Pitcher [44]
Gleason, KidKid Gleason
1888–1891
1903–1908
Second baseman
Pitcher
[8]
Gload, RossRoss Gload
2010–2011
Right fielder
First baseman
[45]
Glossop, AlAl Glossop
1942
Second baseman [46]
Glynn, BillBill Glynn
1949
First baseman [47]
Goeckel, BillyBilly Goeckel
1899
First baseman [48]
Goliat, MikeMike Goliat
1949–1951
Second baseman [49]
Golson, GregGreg Golson
2008
Center fielder
Right fielder
[50]
Gomes, WayneWayne Gomes
1997–2001
Pitcher [51]
Gomez, ChileChile Gómez
1935–1936
Second baseman
Shortstop
[52]
Gomez, RubenRubén Gómez
1959–1960
1967
Pitcher [53]
Gonzalez, AlexAlex Gonzalez
2006
First baseman
Shortstop
[54]
Gonzalez, OrlandoOrlando González
1978
Right fielder [55]
Gonzalez, TonyTony González
1960–1968
Center fielder [15]
Good, WilburWilbur Good
1916
Right fielder [56]
Gorbous, GlenGlen Gorbous
1955–1957
Right fielder [57]
Gordon, TomTom Gordon
2006–2008
Pitcher [58]
Gorman, HowieHowie Gorman
1937–1938
Right fielder [59]
Gorman, TomTom Gorman
1986
Pitcher [60]
Gormley, JoeJoe Gormley
1891
Pitcher [61]
Goulish, NickNick Goulish
1944–1945
Left fielder
Right fielder
[62]
Grabarkewitz, BillyBilly Grabarkewitz
1973–1974
Second baseman [63]
Grabowski, ReggieReggie Grabowski
1932–1934
Pitcher [64]
Grace, EarlEarl Grace
1936–1937
Catcher [65]
Grace, MikeMike Grace
1995–1999
Pitcher [66]
Grady, MikeMike Grady
1894–1897
Catcher [12]
Graham, PeachesPeaches Graham
1912
Catcher [67]
Graham, WayneWayne Graham
1963
Left fielder [68]
Grahe, JoeJoe Grahe
1999
Pitcher [69]
Grant, EddieEddie Grant
1907–1910
Third baseman [70]
Grant, JimJim Grant
1923
Pitcher [71]
Grasmick, LouLou Grasmick
1948
Pitcher [72]
Grate, DonDon Grate
1945–1946
Pitcher [73]
Graulich, LewLew Graulich
1891
Catcher
First baseman
[13]
Gray, BillBill Gray
1890–1891
Catcher [74]
Gray, JohnnyJohnny Gray
1958
Pitcher [75]
Green, DallasDallas Green§
1960–1964
1967
Pitcher [5]
Green, TylerTyler Green
1993
1995
1997–1998
Pitcher [76]
Greene, JuneJune Greene
1928–1929
Pitcher [77]
Greene, PaddyPaddy Greene
1902
Third baseman [78]
Greene, TommyTommy Greene
1990–1995
Pitcher [79]
Greengrass, JimJim Greengrass
1955–1956
Right fielder [80]
Greenwood, BobBob Greenwood
1954–1955
Pitcher [81]
Grim, JohnJohn Grim
1888
Second baseman
Right fielder
[82]
Grimes, RayRay Grimes
1926
First baseman [83]
Grimsley, JasonJason Grimsley
1989–1991
Pitcher [84]
Grissom, LeeLee Grissom
1941
Pitcher [85]
Groat, DickDick Groat
1966–1967
Shortstop [86]
Gross, EmilEmil Gross
1883
Catcher [14]
Gross, GregGreg Gross
1979–1988
Left fielder [17]
Gross, KevinKevin Gross
1983–1988
Pitcher [87]
Grotewold, JeffJeff Grotewold
1992
Catcher
Left fielder
[88]
Gumbert, AdAd Gumbert
1896
Pitcher [89]
Gunning, TomTom Gunning
1887
Catcher [90]
Gutierrez, JackieJackie Gutiérrez
1988
Shortstop
Third baseman
[91]

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".[92]
  • 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,[93] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[7]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.

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