Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (M)

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José Mesa is the franchise leader in saves, with 112 during his Phillies career.

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, 202 have had surnames beginning with the letter M. Two of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: left fielder Tommy McCarthy, who played for the Phillies from 1886 to 1887;[4] and second baseman Joe L. Morgan, who played for Philadelphia nearly a century later, in 1983.[5] Three players on this list are members of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame.[6] Garry Maddox was the Phillies' center fielder for twelve seasons (1975–1986), stealing 248 bases and notching 62 triples.[7] Left fielder Sherry Magee played 11 seasons (1904–1914) in Philadelphia, amassing a .299 batting average,[8] and Tug McGraw pitched from the Phillies' bullpen as closer and setup man for 10 years, amassing 94 saves[9] and recording the final out (a strikeout of Willie Wilson) in the 1980 World Series.[10] Two Phillies on this list hold franchise records: George McQuillan's 1.79 earned run average (ERA) is the best mark among qualifying pitchers,[R] and José Mesa recorded 112 saves in his four seasons with Philadelphia.[11]

Among the 115 batters in this list, second baseman Benny Meyer has the highest batting average (1.000); he hit safely in his only at-bat with the Phillies.[12] Other players with an average about .300 include Art Madison (.353 in one season),[13] Don McCormack (.400 in one season),[14] Irish Meusel (.308 in four seasons),[15] Doc Miller (.307 in two seasons),[16] René Monteagudo (.301 in one season),[17] and Johnny Moore (.329 in four seasons).[18] Magee's 75 home runs and 886 runs batted in lead all members of this list.[8]

Of this list's 89 pitchers, Chuck Malone, Paul Masterson, and Rogers McKee share the best win–loss record, in terms of winning percentage; each won one game and lost none in his Phillies career.[19][20][21] Erskine Mayer accounted for 76 victories in his 7 seasons with Philadelphia,[22] and Hugh Mulcahy leads all pitchers in this list with 89 defeats.[23] Brett Myers' 986 strikeouts in 8 years are the best total in that category.[24] Brad Moore has the lowest earned run average (ERA) among pitchers in this list, with a 1.08 mark amassed over two seasons;[25] two position players—McCarthy and first baseman Art Mahan—each have 0.00 ERAs in their only Phillies pitching appearances.[4][26] Kevin Millwood and Terry Mulholland are two of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown no-hitters; Mulholland threw his on August 15, 1990, and Millwood accomplished the feat on April 27, 2003.[27]

Two Phillies have made 30% or more of their Phillies appearances as both pitchers and position players. Al Maul batted .282 with five extra-base hits as a left fielder while amassing a 6–5 record and a 5.81 ERA as a pitcher.[28] Elmer Miller allowed 18 runs as a pitcher while notching a .237 average as a right fielder.[29]

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.[30]
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 uniform with red pinstripes and a red baseball cap running to his left
Anderson Machado stole one base in his only Phillies season.
A thin, mustachioed man wearing a navy blue baseball cap and jersey
Mike Maddux lost three more games than he won in his Phillies career.
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Ryan Madson has struck out nearly 500 batters through the 2010 season.
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In 11 seasons with Philadelphia, Sherry Magee accumulated a .299 batting average.
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Billy Maharg collected a single plate appearance with the Phillies in 1916.
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Gus Mancuso hit five doubles in his only Phillies season.
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Jack Manning played for the Phillies during their first three seasons.
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Lou Marson hit a single home run in his two seasons with Philadelphia.
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Michael Martínez appeared at multiple positions for the Phillies during his first season.
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Pedro Martínez won five games against one loss during the 2009 season.
A young, dark-haired man wearing a white baseball uniform with "Cardinals" across the chest in red script and a red baseball cap with an interlocking white "StL"
Greg Mathews struck out 27 batters with Philadelphia in 1992.
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John Mayberry, Jr. has played for the Phillies in parts of the last three seasons.
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Hall of Famer Tommy McCarthy played for Philadelphia in 1886 and 1887.
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Roger McDowell amassed a 2.90 earned run average in three seasons with the Phillies.
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Relief pitcher Tug McGraw was inducted into the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame in 1999.[31]
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Stuffy McInnis played in one game during the 1927 season.
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Russ Meyer amassed a 47–42 record in four Philadelphia seasons.
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Jason Michaels hit 21 home runs in 5 seasons with the Phillies.
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Trever Miller pitched for the Phillies in 2000, striking out ten batters and walking nine.
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Kevin Millwood threw the ninth no-hitter in Phillies history in 2003.[32]
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Eric Milton struck out 161 batters in his only Philadelphia season.
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Earl Moore collected a 67–64 record with 651 strikeouts in 6 seasons.
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Pat Moran batted in 21 runs in 5 Phillies seasons.
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Hall of Famer Joe L. Morgan hit 16 home runs in his only season with Philadelphia.
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Joe M. Morgan played with the Phillies in the 1960 season.
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As a Phillie, Jamie Moyer broke the record for most home runs allowed by a pitcher.[33]
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Joe Mulvey had two tenures with the Phillies: a seven-year tour from 1883 to 1889, and a one-year stint in 1892.
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Dale Murphy collected a .249 batting average in three seasons with Philadelphia.
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Brett Myers struck out nearly 1,000 batters in eight Phillies seasons.
List of players whose surnames begin with M, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Mabry, JohnJohn Mabry
2002
First baseman
Right fielder
[34]
MacDonald, HarveyHarvey MacDonald
1928
Right fielder [35]
Machado, AndersonAnderson Machado
2003
Pinch runner[a] [36]
Mackanin, PetePete Mackanin
1978–1979
Third baseman [37]
Madden, BunnyBunny Madden
1911
Catcher [38]
Maddox, GarryGarry Maddox§
1975–1986
Center fielder [7]
Maddux, MikeMike Maddux
1986–1989
Pitcher [39]
Madison, ArtArt Madison
1895
Shortstop [13]
Madrid, AlexAlex Madrid
1988–1989
Pitcher [40]
Madson, RyanRyan Madson
2003–2011
Pitcher [41]
Maduro, CalvinCalvin Maduro
1996–1997
Pitcher [42]
Magee, BillBill Magee
1899
1902
Pitcher [43]
Magee, SherrySherry Magee§
1904–1914
Left fielder [8]
Magee, WendellWendell Magee
1996–1999
Center fielder [44]
Mahaffey, ArtArt Mahaffey
1960–1965
Pitcher [45]
Mahan, ArtArt Mahan
1940
First baseman [26]
Mahar, FrankFrank Mahar
1902
Pinch hitter[b] [46]
Maharg, BillyBilly Maharg
1916
Right fielder [47]
Maher, TomTom Maher
1902
Pinch runner[c] [48]
Main, AlexAlex Main
1918
Pitcher [49]
Malis, CyCy Malis
1934
Pitcher [50]
Malkmus, BobbyBobby Malkmus
1960–1962
Second baseman
Shortstop
[51]
Mallon, LesLes Mallon
1931–1932
Second baseman [52]
Malone, ChuckChuck Malone
1990
Pitcher [19]
Mancuso, GusGus Mancuso
1945
Catcher [53]
Mangus, GeorgeGeorge Mangus
1912
Left fielder [54]
Manning, JackJack Manning
1883–1885
Right fielder [55]
Manto, JeffJeff Manto
1993
Third baseman [56]
Marnie, HarryHarry Marnie
1940–1942
Second baseman [57]
Marsh, TomTom Marsh
1992
1994–1995
Left fielder [58]
Marshall, DocDoc Marshall
1904
Catcher [59]
Marshall, RubeRube Marshall
1912–1914
Pitcher [60]
Marson, LouLou Marson
2008–2009
Catcher [61]
Martel, DocDoc Martel
1909
Catcher [62]
Martin, HershHersh Martin
1937–1940
Center fielder [63]
Martin, JackJack Martin
1914
Shortstop [64]
Martin, JerryJerry Martin
1974–1978
Left fielder
Right fielder
[65]
Martin, RenieRenie Martin
1984
Pitcher [66]
Martinez, CarmeloCarmelo Martínez
1990
First baseman
Left fielder
[67]
Martinez, MannyManny Martínez
1996
Right fielder [68]
Martinez, MichaelMichael Martínez
2011
Third baseman [69]
Martinez, PedroPedro Martínez
2009
Pitcher [70]
Martinez, RamonRamón Martínez
2005
First baseman [71]
Marty, JoeJoe Marty
1939–1941
Center fielder [72]
Mason, HankHank Mason
1958
1960
Pitcher [73]
Mason, RogerRoger Mason
1993–1994
Pitcher [74]
Masters, WaltWalt Masters
1937
Pitcher [75]
Masterson, PaulPaul Masterson
1940–1942
Pitcher [20]
Mathews, GregGreg Mathews
1992
Pitcher [76]
Mathieson, ScottScott Mathieson
2006
2010–2011
Pitcher [77]
Matteson, EddieEddie Matteson
1914
Pitcher [78]
Matthews, GaryGary Matthews
1981–1983
Left fielder [79]
Matthewson, DaleDale Matthewson
1943–1944
Pitcher [80]
Matuszek, LenLen Matuszek
1981–1984
First baseman [81]
Maul, AlAl Maul
1887
1900
Pitcher
Left fielder
[28]
Maun, ErnieErnie Maun
1926
Pitcher [82]
Mauney, DickDick Mauney
1945–1947
Pitcher [83]
Mauser, TimTim Mauser
1991
1993
Pitcher [84]
May, DerrickDerrick May
1997
Right fielder [85]
May, PinkyPinky May
1939–1943
Third baseman [86]
Mayberry, JohnJohn Mayberry, Jr.
2009–2011
Left fielder [87]
Mayer, EdEd Mayer
1890–1891
Third baseman [88]
Mayer, ErskineErskine Mayer
1912–1918
Pitcher [22]
Mayes, PaddyPaddy Mayes
1911
Outfielder [89]
Mayo, JackieJackie Mayo
1948–1953
Left fielder
Right fielder
[90]
Mazzera, MelMel Mazzera
1940
Left fielder
Right fielder
[91]
McAvoy, GeorgeGeorge McAvoy
1914
Pinch hitter[d] [92]
McBride, BakeBake McBride
1977–1981
Right fielder [93]
McCarthy, TommyTommy McCarthyHall of Fame
1886–1887
Left fielder [4]
McCarver, TimTim McCarver
1970–1972
1975–1980
Catcher [94]
McCauley, AlAl McCauley
1890
First baseman [95]
McClellan, BillBill McClellan
1883–1884
Shortstop [96]
McCloskey, JohnJohn McCloskey
1906–1907
Pitcher [97]
McCormack, DonDon McCormack
1980–1981
Catcher [14]
McCormick, FrankFrank McCormick
1946–1947
First baseman [98]
McCormick, MooseMoose McCormick
1908
Left fielder [99]
McCurdy, HarryHarry McCurdy
1930–1933
Catcher [100]
McDonough, EdEd McDonough
1909–1910
Catcher [101]
McDowell, RogerRoger McDowell
1989–1991
Pitcher [102]
McElroy, ChuckChuck McElroy
1989–1990
Pitcher [103]
McElroy, JimJim McElroy
1884
Pitcher [104]
McFadden, BarneyBarney McFadden
1902
Pitcher [105]
McFarland, EdEd McFarland
1897–1901
Catcher [106]
McFetridge, JackJack McFetridge
1890
1903
Pitcher [107]
McGaffigan, PatsyPatsy McGaffigan
1917–1918
Second baseman [108]
McGill, WillieWillie McGill
1895–1896
Pitcher [109]
McGinnis, GusGus McGinnis
1893
Pitcher [110]
McGraw, BobBob McGraw
1928–1929
Pitcher [111]
McGraw, TugTug McGraw§
1975–1984
Pitcher [9]
McGuire, DeaconDeacon McGuire
1886–1888
Catcher [112]
McInnis, StuffyStuffy McInnis
1927
First baseman [113]
McKee, RogersRogers McKee
1943–1944
Pitcher [21]
McLaughlin, BarneyBarney McLaughlin
1887
Second baseman [114]
McLaughlin, WarrenWarren McLaughlin
1900
1903
Pitcher [115]
McLeod, JimJim McLeod
1933
Third baseman [116]
McLish, CalCal McLish
1962–1964
Pitcher [117]
McMillon, BillyBilly McMillon
1997
Left fielder [118]
McPherson, JohnJohn McPherson
1904
Pitcher [119]
McQuillan, GeorgeGeorge McQuillan
1907–1910
1915–1916
Pitcher [120]
McWilliams, LarryLarry McWilliams
1989
Pitcher [121]
Meadows, LeeLee Meadows
1919–1923
Pitcher [122]
Meadows, LouieLouie Meadows
1990
Left fielder
Center fielder
[123]
Melendez, FranciscoFrancisco Meléndez
1984
1986
First baseman [124]
Melton, RubeRube Melton
1941–1942
Pitcher [125]
Meoli, RudyRudy Meoli
1979
Shortstop
Second baseman
[126]
Mercado, HectorHéctor Mercado
2002–2003
Pitcher [127]
Mertes, SamSam Mertes
1896
Center fielder [128]
Mesa, JoseJosé Mesa
2001–2003
2007
Pitcher [129]
Metz, LennyLenny Metz
1923–1925
Shortstop [130]
Meusel, IrishIrish Meusel
1918–1921
Left fielder
Right fielder
[15]
Meyer, BennyBenny Meyer
1925
Second baseman [12]
Meyer, JackJack Meyer
1955–1961
Pitcher [131]
Meyer, RussRuss Meyer
1949–1952
Pitcher [132]
Micelotta, MickeyMickey Micelotta
1954–1955
Shortstop [133]
Michaels, JasonJason Michaels
2001–2005
Center fielder
Left fielder
[134]
Milbourne, LarryLarry Milbourne
1983
Second baseman [135]
Miller, BobBob Miller
1949–1958
Pitcher [136]
Miller, CycloneCyclone Miller
1884
Pitcher [137]
Miller, DocDoc Miller
1912–1913
Right fielder [16]
Miller, DotsDots Miller
1920–1921
Second baseman
Third baseman
[138]
Miller, EddieEddie Miller
1948–1949
Shortstop
Second baseman
[139]
Miller, ElmerElmer Miller
1929
Pitcher
Right fielder
[29]
Miller, HughieHughie Miller
1911
Pinch runner[e] [140]
Miller, KeithKeith Miller
1988–1989
Third baseman
Center fielder
[141]
Miller, KohlyKohly Miller
1897
Second baseman [142]
Miller, RalphRalph Miller
1920–1921
Third baseman
Shortstop
[143]
Miller, RedRed Miller
1923
Pitcher [144]
Miller, RussRuss Miller
1927–1928
Pitcher [145]
Miller, StuStu Miller
1956
Pitcher [146]
Miller, TreverTrever Miller
2000
Pitcher [147]
Millette, JoeJoe Millette
1992–1993
Shortstop [148]
Millies, WallyWally Millies
1939–1941
Catcher [149]
Milligan, JohnJohn Milligan
1928–1931
Pitcher [150]
Millwood, KevinKevin Millwood
2003–2004
Pitcher [151]
Milnar, AlAl Milnar
1946
Pitcher [152]
Milton, EricEric Milton
2004
Pitcher [153]
Mimbs, MikeMike Mimbs
1995–1997
Pitcher [154]
Mitchell, ClarenceClarence Mitchell
1923–1928
Pitcher [155]
Mitchell, FredFred Mitchell
1903–1904
Pitcher [156]
Mitchell, LarryLarry Mitchell
1996
Pitcher [157]
Mokan, JohnnyJohnny Mokan
1922–1927
Left fielder [158]
Molinaro, BobBob Molinaro
1982–1983
Pinch hitter[f] [159]
Mollenkamp, FredFred Mollenkamp
1914
First baseman [160]
Monchak, AlexAlex Monchak
1940
Shortstop [161]
Money, DonDon Money
1968–1972
Third baseman [162]
Monge, SidSid Monge
1982–1983
Pitcher [163]
Monroe, JohnJohn Monroe
1921
Second baseman [164]
Montague, JohnJohn Montague
1975
Pitcher [165]
Montanez, WillieWillie Montañez
1970–1975
1982
First baseman
Center fielder
[166]
Monteagudo, ReneRené Monteagudo
1945
Right fielder [17]
Montgomery, SteveSteve Montgomery
1999
Pitcher [167]
Moore, BradBrad Moore
1988
1990
Pitcher [25]
Moore, CyCy Moore
1933–1934
Pitcher [168]
Moore, DeeDee Moore
1943
1946
Catcher [169]
Moore, EarlEarl Moore
1908–1913
Pitcher [170]
Moore, EuelEuel Moore
1934–1935
1936
Pitcher [171]
Moore, JohnnyJohnny Moore
1934–1937
Right fielder [18]
Moran, PatPat Moran
1910–1914
Catcher [172]
Morandini, MickeyMickey Morandini
1990–1997
2000
Second baseman [173]
Morehead, SethSeth Morehead
1957–1959
Pitcher [174]
Moreland, KeithKeith Moreland
1978–1981
Catcher [175]
Morelock, HarryHarry Morelock
1891–1892
Shortstop [176]
Moren, LewLew Moren
1907–1910
Pitcher [177]
Morgan, BobbyBobby Morgan
1954–1956
1957
Shortstop
Second baseman
[178]
Morgan, Joe L.Joe L. MorganHall of Fame
1983
Second baseman [5]
Morgan, Joe M.Joe M. Morgan
1960
Third baseman [179]
Moroney, JimJim Moroney
1910
Pitcher [180]
Morris, John D.John D. Morris
1991
Center fielder
Right fielder
[181]
Morris, John W.John W. Morris
1966
Pitcher [182]
Morrison, JimJim Morrison
1977–1978
Second baseman [183]
Morton, SparrowSparrow Morton
1884
Pitcher [184]
Moser, WalterWalter Moser
1906
Pitcher [185]
Moss, BrandonBrandon Moss
2011
Right fielder [186]
Mott, BitsyBitsy Mott
1945
Shortstop [187]
Motz, FrankFrank Motz
1890
First baseman [188]
Moyer, JamieJamie Moyer
2006–2010
Pitcher [189]
Mrozinski, RonRon Mrozinski
1954–1955
Pitcher [190]
Mueller, HeinieHeinie Mueller
1938–1941
Second baseman [191]
Mulcahy, HughHugh Mulcahy
1935–1940
1945–1946
Pitcher [23]
Mulholland, TerryTerry Mulholland
1989–1993
1996
Pitcher [192]
Mullen, MoonMoon Mullen
1944
Second baseman [193]
Mulligan, DickDick Mulligan
1946
Pitcher [194]
Mulvey, JoeJoe Mulvey
1883–1889
1892
Third baseman [195]
Muniz, MannyManny Muñiz
1971
Pitcher [196]
Munninghoff, ScottScott Munninghoff
1980
Pitcher [197]
Munoz, BobbyBobby Muñoz
1994–1997
Pitcher [198]
Munson, RedRed Munson
1905
Catcher [199]
Murphy, ConCon Murphy
1884
Pitcher [200]
Murphy, DaleDale Murphy
1990–1992
Right fielder [201]
Murphy, DummyDummy Murphy
1914
Shortstop [202]
Murphy, DwayneDwayne Murphy
1989
Left fielder
Right fielder
[203]
Murphy, Edward JEdward J. Murphy
1898
Pitcher [204]
Murphy, Edward JosephEdward Joseph Murphy
1942
First baseman [205]
Murphy, MorganMorgan Murphy
1898
1900
Catcher [206]
Murray, GlennGlenn Murray
1996
Right fielder [207]
Murray, PatPat Murray
1919
Pitcher [208]
Murray, TomTom Murray
1894
Shortstop [209]
Murtaugh, DannyDanny Murtaugh
1941–1943
1946
Second baseman [210]
Mussill, BarneyBarney Mussill
1944
Pitcher [211]
Myers, AlAl Myers
1885
1889–1891
Second baseman [212]
Myers, BertBert Myers
1900
Third baseman [213]
Myers, BrettBrett Myers
2002–2009
Pitcher [24]

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".[214]
  • 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,[215] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[11]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
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  • a Anderson Machado is listed by Baseball-Reference as a shortstop, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.
  • b Frank Mahar is listed by Baseball-Reference without a position; he appeared in one career game on August 29, 1902.
  • c Tom Maher is listed by Baseball-Reference without a position; he appeared in one career game in April 1902 without making a plate appearance.
  • d George McAvoy is listed by Baseball-Reference without a position; he appeared in one career game on July 17, 1914.
  • e Hughie Miller is listed by Baseball-Reference as a first baseman, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.
  • f Bob Molinaro is listed by Baseball-Reference as an outfielder, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.

References[edit]

General
Inline citations
  1. ^ "Phillies Timeline". Phillies.MLB.com. Major League Baseball. Retrieved September 30, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Philadelphia Phillies Team History & Encyclopedia". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 30, 2010. 
  3. ^ Roberts, Robin; Rogers, C. Paul (1996). The Whiz Kids and the 1950 Pennant. Temple University Press. p. 29. ISBN 978-1-56639-466-6. Retrieved September 30, 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c "Tommy McCarthy Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 25, 2010. 
  5. ^ a b "Joe Morgan Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 31, 2010. 
  6. ^ "Phillies Wall of Fame". Phillies.MLB.com. Major League Baseball. Retrieved September 30, 2010. 
  7. ^ a b "Garry Maddox Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 24, 2010. 
  8. ^ a b c "Sherry Magee Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 24, 2010. 
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