Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (L)

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Catcher Mike Lieberthal was drafted in the first round by the Phillies in 1990, and went on to have a 13-season career with the team (1994–2006).

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, 101 have had surnames beginning with the letter L. One of those players, second baseman Nap Lajoie, has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame; he played for Philadelphia for five seasons (1896–1900).[4] Greg Luzinski is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame;[5] the left fielder played for the Phillies for 11 seasons, batting .281 and hitting 253 doubles.[6]

Among the 56 batters in this list, catcher Mike Loan has the highest batting average, at .500; he hit safely in one of his two career at-bats with the Phillies.[7] Other players with an average above .300 include Lajoie (.345),[4] Ralph LaPointe (.308 in one season),[8] Freddy Leach (.312 in six seasons),[9] Dan Leahy (.333 in one season),[10] Cliff W. Lee (.315 in four seasons),[11] Greg Legg (.409 in two seasons),[12] Jesse Levan (.444 in one season),[13] Jim Lindeman (.313 in two seasons),[14] and Kenny Lofton (.335 in one season).[15] Luzinski leads all members of this list with 223 home runs and 811 runs batted in.[6]

Of this list's 46 pitchers, the best win–loss record, in terms of winning percentage, is shared by three pitchers: Bobby Locke, who won one game in three seasons (1962–1964) with the Phillies;[16] Kyle Lohse, who went 3–0 in 2007;[17] and Marcelino López, who posted a 1–0 record during the 1963 season.[18] Jim Lonborg's 75 victories and 60 defeats are tops in both of those statistical categories, and he also leads in strikeouts, with 551 in 7 seasons.[19] In earned run average, Aquilino López is the leader; he averaged 2.13 earned runs per game in 2005.[20]

Johnny Lush is one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, accomplishing the feat on May 1, 1906.[21] Lush also made more than 30% of his career appearances with Philadelphia as a first baseman, batting .254 and amassing 53 extra-base hits.[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
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Hall of Fame second baseman Nap Lajoie batted .345 in his five seasons with Philadelphia.
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Dave LaPoint lost his only decision with the Phillies.
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Jimmy Lavender played for the Phillies during the 1917 season.
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Freddy Leach hit 44 home runs in six seasons with Philadelphia.
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After arriving to the Phillies in mid-2009, Cliff P. Lee won four games for the team in the 2009 postseason.[24]
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Mark Leiter struck out 232 batters in 2 seasons with the Phillies.
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Through the close of the 2010 season, Brad Lidge collected 99 saves for Philadelphia, among the top 10 in team history.[25]
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After being traded from the Phillies to the Yankees, Cory Lidle was killed in a 2006 plane crash.[26]
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Jon Lieber was the Phillies' Opening Day starting pitcher in 2005 and 2006.[27]
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Hans Lobert played for Philadelphia from 1911 to 1914,[28] and then managed the club in 1938.[29]
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Kenny Lofton was the Phillies' center fielder in 2005.
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Jack Lohrke batted .190 in two seasons with Philadelphia.
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Kyle Lohse earned a perfect 3–0 record in his Phillies tenure.
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Herman Long collected one hit as a Phillie.
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Stan Lopata batted in 393 runs in an 11-season career with Philadelphia.
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Rodrigo López struck out 19 batters for the Phillies in 2009.
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Fred Luderus had an 11-season career with the Phillies, hitting 83 home runs.
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Johnny Lush, who appeared in 30% of his contests as both a pitcher and a first baseman, threw a no-hitter in 1906.
List of players whose surnames begin with L, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Laforest, PetePete Laforest
2007
Pinch hitter[a] [30]
LaGrow, LerrinLerrin LaGrow
1980
Pitcher [31]
Lajoie, NapNap LajoieHall of Fame
1896–1900
Second baseman [4]
Lake, SteveSteve Lake
1989–1992
Catcher [32]
Lakeman, AlAl Lakeman
1947–1948
Catcher
First baseman
[33]
LaMaster, WayneWayne LaMaster
1937–1938
Pitcher [34]
Lambert, GeneGene Lambert
1941–1942
Pitcher [35]
Lampe, HenryHenry Lampe
1895
Pitcher [36]
Landrum, DonDon Landrum
1957
Center fielder [37]
Lanning, TomTom Lanning
1938
Pitcher [38]
Lapihuska, AndyAndy Lapihuska
1942–1943
Pitcher [39]
LaPoint, DaveDave LaPoint
1991
Pitcher [40]
LaPointe, RalphRalph LaPointe
1947
Shortstop [8]
Larson, DanDan Larson
1978–1981
Pitcher [41]
Lauder, BillyBilly Lauder
1898–1899
Third baseman [42]
LaValliere, MikeMike LaValliere
1984
Catcher [43]
Lavender, JimmyJimmy Lavender
1917
Pitcher [44]
Laxton, BillBill Laxton
1970
Pitcher [45]
Leach, FreddyFreddy Leach
1923–1928
Center fielder
Left fielder
[9]
Leahy, DanDan Leahy
1896
Shortstop [10]
LeBourveau, BevoBevo LeBourveau
1919–1922
Left fielder [46]
Ledee, RickyRicky Ledée
2002–2004
Center fielder
Left fielder
[47]
Lee, BillBill Lee
1943–1945
Pitcher [48]
Lee, Cliff P.Cliff P. Lee
2009
2011
Pitcher [49]
Lee, Cliff W.Cliff W. Lee
1921–1924
Left fielder [11]
Lee, HalHal Lee
1931–1933
Left fielder [50]
Lee, TravisTravis Lee
2000–2002
First baseman [51]
Lefebvre, JoeJoe Lefebvre
1983–1984
1986
Right fielder [52]
Legg, GregGreg Legg
1986–1987
Second baseman [12]
Lehman, KenKen Lehman
1961
Pitcher [53]
Lehr, ClarenceClarence Lehr
1911
Second baseman
Shortstop
[54]
Leiper, DaveDave Leiper
1996
Pitcher [55]
Leiter, MarkMark Leiter
1997–1998
Pitcher [56]
Lemon, JimJim Lemon
1963
Left fielder [57]
Lennon, EdEd Lennon
1928
Pitcher [58]
Leon, IzzyIzzy León
1945
Pitcher [59]
Leonard, DutchDutch Leonard
1947–1948
Pitcher [60]
Lepcio, TedTed Lepcio
1960
Third baseman [61]
Lerch, RandyRandy Lerch
1975–1980
1986
Pitcher [62]
Lerian, WaltWalt Lerian
1928–1929
Catcher [63]
Lersch, BarryBarry Lersch
1969–1973
Pitcher [64]
Leslie, RoyRoy Leslie
1922
First baseman [65]
Letchas, CharlieCharlie Letchas
1939
1944
1946
Second baseman [66]
Levan, JesseJesse Levan
1947
Left fielder [13]
Levy, EdEd Levy
1940
Pinch hitter[b] [67]
Lewis, BertBert Lewis
1924
Pitcher [68]
Lewis, FredFred Lewis
1883
Center fielder [69]
Lewis, MarkMark Lewis
1998
Second baseman [70]
Lezcano, SixtoSixto Lezcano
1983–1984
Right fielder [71]
Lidge, BradBrad Lidge
2008–2011
Pitcher [72]
Lidle, CoryCory Lidle
2004–2006
Pitcher [73]
Lieber, JonJon Lieber
2005–2007
Pitcher [74]
Lieberthal, MikeMike Lieberthal
1994–2006
Catcher [75]
Lindell, JohnnyJohnny Lindell
1953
Pitcher [76]
Lindeman, JimJim Lindeman
1991–1992
Left fielder
Right fielder
[14]
Lindsey, DougDoug Lindsey
1991
1993
Catcher [77]
Linz, PhilPhil Linz
1966–1967
Third baseman
Shortstop
[78]
Linzy, FrankFrank Linzy
1974
Pitcher [79]
LiPetri, AngeloAngelo LiPetri
1956
1958
Pitcher [80]
Lipp, TomTom Lipp
1897
Pitcher [81]
Liriano, PedroPedro Liriano
2005
Pitcher [82]
Lis, JoeJoe Lis
1970–1972
Left fielder
First baseman
[83]
Liska, AdAd Liska
1932–1933
Pitcher [84]
Litwhiler, DannyDanny Litwhiler
1940–1943
Left fielder [85]
Livingston, MickeyMickey Livingston
1941–1943
Catcher [86]
Loan, MikeMike Loan
1912
Catcher [7]
Lobert, HansHans Lobert
1911–1914
Third baseman [28]
Lock, DonDon Lock
1967–1969
Center fielder [87]
Locke, BobbyBobby Locke
1962–1964
Pitcher [16]
Loewer, CarltonCarlton Loewer
1998–1999
Pitcher [88]
Lofton, KennyKenny Lofton
2005
Center fielder [15]
Lohrke, JackJack Lohrke
1952–1953
Shortstop [89]
Lohrman, BillBill Lohrman
1934
Pitcher [90]
Lohse, KyleKyle Lohse
2007
Pitcher [17]
Lonborg, JimJim Lonborg
1973–1979
Pitcher [19]
Long, HermanHerman Long
1904
Second baseman [91]
Longmire, TonyTony Longmire
1993–1995
Left fielder [92]
Lonnett, JoeJoe Lonnett
1956–1959
Catcher [93]
Lopata, StanStan Lopata
1948–1958
Catcher [94]
Lopatka, ArtArt Lopatka
1946
Pitcher [95]
Lopez, AquilinoAquilino López
2005
Pitcher [20]
Lopez, MarcelinoMarcelino López
1963
Pitcher [18]
Lopez, RodrigoRodrigo López
2009
Pitcher [96]
Lord, CarltonCarlton Lord
1923
Third baseman [97]
Loughlin, LarryLarry Loughlin
1967
Pitcher [98]
Lovenguth, LynnLynn Lovenguth
1955
Pitcher [99]
Loviglio, JayJay Loviglio
1980
Second baseman [100]
Lovullo, ToreyTorey Lovullo
1999
First baseman
Second baseman
[101]
Lowrey, PeanutsPeanuts Lowrey
1955
Right fielder [102]
Lucas, FredFred Lucas
1935
Left fielder
Center fielder
Right fielder
[103]
Lucid, ConCon Lucid
1895–1896
Pitcher [104]
Lucier, LouLou Lucier
1944–1945
Pitcher [105]
Luderus, FredFred Luderus
1910–1920
First baseman [106]
Lukens, AlAl Lukens
1894
Pitcher [107]
Lupien, TonyTony Lupien
1944–1945
First baseman [108]
Lush, JohnnyJohnny Lush
1904–1907
First baseman
Pitcher
[22]
Luzinski, GregGreg Luzinski§
1970–1980
Left fielder [6]
Lyle, SparkySparky Lyle
1980–1982
Pitcher [109]
Lynch, TomTom Lynch
1884–1885
Left fielder
Center fielder
[110]
Lyons, HarryHarry Lyons
1887
Left fielder [111]
Lyons, TerryTerry Lyons
1929
First baseman [112]

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".[113]
  • 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,[114] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[25]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
List
  • a Pete Laforest is listed by Baseball-Reference as a catcher, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.
  • b Ed Levy is listed by Baseball-Reference as a left fielder and first baseman, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.
  • c Terry Lyons entered one game as a defensive replacement and did not bat.

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