Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (R)

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A baseball card image if a smiling man wearinga white baseball jersey with red pinstripes and a red baseball cap; the caption on the card reads "Robin Roberts"
Robin Roberts pitched for the Phillies from 1948 to 1961, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, and had his number 36 retired by the team.

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, 97 have had surnames beginning with the letter R. Two of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: pitcher Eppa Rixey, who was a Phillie for six seasons in two different stints (1912–1917, 1919);[4] and Robin Roberts, who won 20 games during the 1950 season as the ace pitcher of the Whiz Kids.[5] The Hall of Fame lists the Phillies as Roberts' primary team;[6][7] during his career, the right-hander won 234 games and lost 199,[5] the latter one of his three franchise records.[8] During his 14 seasons with the team, he pitched 3,739 13 innings and completed 272 games, both records;[8] he also held the major league record for most career home runs allowed until it was broken in 2010.[9] Roberts was also elected to the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame as the Phillies' first inductee in 1978.[10]

Among the 49 batters in this list, second baseman Lou Raymond has the highest batting average, at .500; he notched one hit in two career at-bats.[11] No other player on this list has batted above .300; the next-highest average belongs to Pete Rose, Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader, who batted .291 in his five seasons with Philadelphia.[12] Jimmy Rollins leads all members of this list in home runs and runs batted in, with 154 and 662, respectively.[13]

Of this list's 48 pitchers, Chuck Ricci has the best win–loss record, in terms of winning percentage; he won one game and lost none in his seven appearances with the Phillies.[14] Roberts' 234 victories and 199 defeats are the highest totals in this list, and he also leads in strikeouts, with 1,871.[5] Ricci's 1.80 earned run average (ERA) is the lowest among this list's pitchers;[14] one position player, second baseman Cookie Rojas, has a 0.00 ERA in his only pitching appearance.[15]

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.[16]
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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Pitcher Pat Ragan allowed two earned runs in his only season with the Phillies.
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Cody Ransom played for Philadelphia in the 2010 season.
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Randy Ready had two tenures with the Phillies: an eleven-season stint from 1981 to 1991, and then two more years from 1994 to 1995.
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Arthur Rhodes played one season with Philadelphia, winning no games and losing five.
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Steve Ridzik pitched for the Phillies during three separate tenures: the 1950 Whiz Kids season, from 1952 to 1955, and during the 1966 season.
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Hall of Famer Eppa Rixey won 87 games for the Phillies in eight seasons with the team.
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Chris Roberson notched one extra-base hit, a triple, in his two years with Philadelphia.
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Nate Robertson amassed an earned run average of 54.00 in his only season with the Phillies.
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Scott Rolen won four Gold Gloves during his tenures with the Phillies, including his partial 2002 season.[17]
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Shortstop Jimmy Rollins holds franchise records for at-bats and plate appearances in a single season;[18] the former is also a major league record.[19]
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J. C. Romero won six games and lost six during his five-year Philadelphia tenure.
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Francisco Rosario (left) lost all three decisions he earned during the 2007 season.
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Pete Rose is Major League Baseball's all-time career hits leader.[20]
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In 2006, center fielder Aaron Rowand broke his nose against the fence at Citizens Bank Park while making a catch for the Phillies.[21]
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Schoolboy Rowe won 52 games pitching for the Phillies during and after World War II.
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Carlos Ruiz became the first Phillie to deliver a walk-off World Series win in 2008,[22] and the first to catch two no-hitters in 2010.[23]
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Before being hired as the Pittsburgh Pirates' manager in 2007, former Phillie John Russell managed the Philadelphia franchise's triple-A team.[24]
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Connie Ryan, a second baseman, hit 17 home runs for Philadelphia in 2 seasons.
List of players whose surnames begin with R, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Rader, DaveDave Rader
1979
Catcher [25]
Rader, DonDon Rader
1921
Shortstop [26]
Raffensberger, KenKen Raffensberger
1943–1947
Pitcher [27]
Raffo, AlAl Raffo
1969
Pitcher [28]
Ragan, PatPat Ragan
1923
Pitcher [29]
Ragland, FrankFrank Ragland
1933
Pitcher [30]
Rambo, PetePete Rambo
1926
Pitcher [31]
Ramirez, ElizardoElizardo Ramírez
2004
Pitcher [32]
Ramos, EdgarEdgar Ramos
1997
Pitcher [33]
Ramos, PedroPedro Ramos
1967
Pitcher [34]
Ransom, CodyCody Ransom
2010
Third baseman
Second baseman
[35]
Rapp, GoldieGoldie Rapp
1921–1923
Third baseman [36]
Rawley, ShaneShane Rawley
1984–1988
Pitcher [37]
Rawlings, JohnnyJohnny Rawlings
1920–1921
Second baseman [38]
Raymond, LouLou Raymond
1919
Second baseman [11]
Ready, RandyRandy Ready
1981–1991
1994–1995
Third baseman
Left fielder
[39]
Reams, LeroyLeroy Reams
1969
Pinch hitter[a] [40]
Rebel, ArtArt Rebel
1938
Right fielder
Center fielder
[41]
Redus, GaryGary Redus
1984
Left fielder [42]
Reed, JerryJerry Reed
1981–1982
Pitcher [43]
Reed, MiltMilt Reed
1913–1914
Shortstop
Second baseman
[44]
Reed, RonRon Reed
1976–1983
Pitcher [45]
Register, StevenSteven Register
2009
Pitcher [46]
Reid, ScottScott Reid
1969–1970
Center fielder [47]
Reilly, CharlieCharlie Reilly
1892–1895
Third baseman [48]
Reis, TommyTommy Reis
1938
Pitcher [49]
Relaford, DesiDesi Relaford
1996–2000
Shortstop [50]
Rementer, ButchButch Rementer
1904
Catcher [51]
Remsen, JackJack Remsen
1884
Center fielder [52]
Rensa, TonyTony Rensa
1930–1931
Catcher [53]
Repulski, RipRip Repulski
1957–1958
Right fielder
Left fielder
[54]
Reyes, CarlosCarlos Reyes
2000
Pitcher [55]
Reynolds, KenKen Reynolds
1970–1972
Pitcher [56]
Reynolds, RonnRonn Reynolds
1986
Catcher [57]
Rhem, FlintFlint Rhem
1932–1933
Pitcher [58]
Rhodes, ArthurArthur Rhodes
2006
Pitcher [59]
Ricci, ChuckChuck Ricci
1995
Pitcher [14]
Rice, BobBob Rice
1926
Third baseman [60]
Richardson, KenKen Richardson
1946
Second baseman [61]
Richbourg, LanceLance Richbourg
1921
Second baseman [62]
Richert, PetePete Richert
1974
Pitcher [63]
Richie, LewLew Richie
1906–1909
Pitcher [64]
Ridzik, SteveSteve Ridzik
1950
1952–1955
1966
Pitcher [65]
Riley, LeonLeon Riley
1944
Left fielder [66]
Ring, JimmyJimmy Ring
1921–1925
1928
Pitcher [67]
Ringo, FrankFrank Ringo
1883–1884
Catcher [68]
Ripple, CharlieCharlie Ripple
1944–1946
Pitcher [69]
Ritchie, WallyWally Ritchie
1987–1988
1991–1992
Pitcher [70]
Ritter, HankHank Ritter
1912
Pitcher [71]
Rivera, BenBen Rivera
1992–1994
Pitcher [72]
Rixey, EppaEppa RixeyHall of Fame
1912–1917
1919
Pitcher [4]
Rizzo, JohnnyJohnny Rizzo
1940–1941
Left fielder [73]
Roa, JoeJoe Roa
2002–2003
Pitcher [74]
Roach, MelMel Roach
1962
Third baseman [75]
Roberson, ChrisChris Roberson
2006–2007
Right fielder
Left fielder
[76]
Roberts, DaveDave Roberts
1982
Third baseman
Catcher
[77]
Roberts, RobinRobin RobertsHall of Fame, Phillies primary§ (#36)
1948–1961
Pitcher [5]
Robertson, MikeMike Robertson
1997
First baseman
Left fielder
[78]
Robertson, NateNate Robertson
2010
Pitcher [79]
Robinson, BillBill Robinson
1972–1974
1982–1983
Right fielder
Center fielder
[80]
Robinson, CraigCraig Robinson
1972–1973
Shortstop [81]
Robinson, DonDon Robinson
1992
Pitcher [82]
Robinson, HumbertoHumberto Robinson
1959–1960
Pitcher [83]
Rodriguez, FelixFélix Rodríguez
2004
Pitcher [84]
Rodriguez, FreddyFreddy Rodríguez
1959
Pitcher [85]
Roebuck, EdEd Roebuck
1964–1966
Pitcher [86]
Roenicke, RonRon Roenicke
1986–1987
Center fielder [87]
Rogodzinski, MikeMike Rogodzinski
1973–1975
Right fielder
Left fielder
[88]
Rogovin, SaulSaul Rogovin
1955–1957
Pitcher [89]
Rojas, CookieCookie Rojas
1963–1969
Second baseman [15]
Rolen, ScottScott Rolen
1996–2002
Third baseman [17]
Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins
2000–2011
Shortstop [13]
Romero, J. C.J. C. Romero
2007–2011
Pitcher [90]
Rosario, FranciscoFrancisco Rosario
2007
Pitcher [91]
Rose, PetePete Rose
1979–1983
First baseman [12]
Ross, BobBob Ross
1956
Pitcher [92]
Roth, FrankFrank Roth
1903–1904
Catcher [93]
Rowan, JackJack Rowan
1911
Pitcher [94]
Rowand, AaronAaron Rowand
2006–2007
Center fielder [95]
Rowe, SchoolboySchoolboy Rowe
1943
1946–1949
Pitcher [96]
Rowell, BamaBama Rowell
1948
Third baseman
Left fielder
[97]
Roy, CharlieCharlie Roy
1906
Pitcher [98]
Roy, LutherLuther Roy
1929
Pitcher [99]
Roznovsky, VicVic Roznovsky
1969
Catcher [100]
Ruble, ArtArt Ruble
1934
Right fielder [101]
Rucker, DaveDave Rucker
1985–1986
Pitcher [102]
Rudolph, DutchDutch Rudolph
1903
Pinch hitter[b] [103]
Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn
1997
Pitcher [104]
Ruffin, BruceBruce Ruffin
1986–1991
Pitcher [105]
Ruiz, CarlosCarlos Ruiz
2006–2011
Catcher [106]
Russell, JohnJohn Russell
1984–1988
Catcher
Left fielder
[107]
Ruthven, DickDick Ruthven
1973–1975
1978–1983
Pitcher [108]
Ryal, MarkMark Ryal
1989
First baseman [109]
Ryan, BlondyBlondy Ryan
1935
Shortstop [110]
Ryan, ConnieConnie Ryan
1952–1953
Second baseman [111]
Ryan, KenKen Ryan
1996–1999
Pitcher [112]
Ryan, MikeMike Ryan
1968–1973
Catcher [113]

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".[114]
  • 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,[18] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[8]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
Table
  • a Leroy Reams is listed by Baseball-Reference without a position; he appeared in one career game for the Phillies on May 7, 1969.
  • b Dutch Rudolph is listed by Baseball-Reference as a right fielder, but never appeared in a game in the field for the Phillies.

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