Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (C)

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Steve Carlton won four Cy Young Awards and the 1980 World Series with the Phillies, and holds five franchise records.

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, 143 have had surnames beginning with the letter C. Two of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: pitcher Steve Carlton, who pitched for Philadelphia from 1972 to 1986;[4] and first baseman Roger Connor, who appeared for the Phillies in the 1892 season.[5] The Hall of Fame lists the Phillies as Carlton's primary team,[6] and he is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, as are right fielders Johnny Callison and Gavvy Cravath.[7] The Phillies have also retired Carlton's number 32, the only player on this list so honored.[8] Carlton holds two franchise records, leading all Phillies pitchers with 241 victories and 3,031 strikeouts.[9]

Among the 78 batters in this list, catcher Harry Cheek and shortstop Todd Cruz have the highest batting average, at .500; each recorded two hits in four career at-bats.[10][11] Other players with an average above .300 include Ben Chapman (.308 in two seasons),[12] Billy Consolo (.400 in one season),[13] Duff Cooley (.308 in four seasons),[14] Ed Cotter (.308 in one season),[15] and Midre Cummings (.303 in one season).[16] Callison's 185 home runs lead all players on this list,[17] as do Cravath's 676 runs batted in.[18]

Of this list's 66 pitchers, two—Milo Candini and Steve Comer—have undefeated win–loss records: Candini with a 2–0 mark; and Comer with one victory and no defeats.[19][20] Carlton's franchise-record 241 wins lead all pitchers on this list, as do his 161 losses.[4] Mitch Chetkovich is the only member of this list with an earned run average (ERA) of 0.00, allowing no runs in three innings pitched.[21] Among pitchers who have allowed earned runs, Harry Coveleski has the best average (2.09).[22] Carlton's strikeout total of 3,031 is the most among all Phillies pitchers.[4]

One player, Bert Conn, has made 30% or more of his Phillies appearances as a pitcher and a position player. He amassed an 0–3 pitching record with a 7.77 ERA while batting .267 with three extra-base hits and seven runs scored.[23]

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.[24]
Position(s) Indicates the player's primary position(s)[P]
Notes Statistics shown only for playing time with Phillies[S]
Ref References
Nixey Callahan pitched for the Phillies in the 1894 season.
Drew Carpenter made his Phillies debut in 2008.
Shortstop Juan Castro played for Philadelphia in 2010.
Mike Cervenak made his major league debut with the Phillies during the 2007 season.
Outfielder Endy Chávez hit three triples for the Phillies in 2005.
Bruce Chen won seven games for the Phillies over his two-season tenure.
Bud Clancy hit one home run with Philadelphia in the 1934 season.
Jack Clements, a left-handed catcher, caught over 900 games with the Phillies franchise in the 19th century.
Through seven seasons, Phil Collins won more, and lost more, than 70 games.
Clay Condrey won twice as many games as he lost in his four-season Phillies career.
Hall of Fame first baseman Roger Connor played for the Phillies in 1892.
José Contreras was a starting pitcher, relief pitcher, and closer for the Phillies in 2010.
Pat Corrales caught with the Phillies for two seasons.
Chris Coste debuted with Philadelphia in 2006 at age 33 after an 11-season minor league career, later writing a book about his experience.
Gavvy Cravath's 119 home runs (117 with the Phillies) were the most among active major leaguers before he was surpassed by Babe Ruth.[25]
A man wearing an old-style white baseball uniform with an script "A" over the left breast and white pillbox cap holds a baseball bat over his right shoulder.
Third baseman Lave Cross batted .295 during his Phillies career.
Todd Cruz notched two singles in his short tenure with Philadelphia.
List of players whose surnames begin with C, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Caballero, PutsyPutsy Caballero
1944–1945
1947–1952
Second baseman
Third baseman
[26]
Cady, HickHick Cady
1919
Catcher [27]
Cairo, MiguelMiguel Cairo
2009
Second baseman
Shortstop
[28]
Caldwell, EarlEarl Caldwell
1928
Pitcher [29]
Caldwell, RalphRalph Caldwell
1904–1905
Pitcher [30]
Calhoun, JeffJeff Calhoun
1987–1988
Pitcher [31]
Callahan, LeoLeo Callahan
1919
Right fielder [32]
Callahan, NixeyNixey Callahan
1894
Pitcher [33]
Callison, JohnnyJohnny Callison§
1960–1969
Right fielder [17]
Camilli, DolphDolph Camilli
1934–1937
First baseman [34]
Camnitz, HowieHowie Camnitz
1913
Pitcher [35]
Campbell, BillBill Campbell
1984
Pitcher [36]
Campusano, SilSil Campusano
1990–1991
Center fielder [37]
Candini, MiloMilo Candini
1950–1951
Pitcher [19]
Cantwell, MikeMike Cantwell
1919–1920
Pitcher [38]
Capron, RalphRalph Capron
1913
Left fielder [39]
Cardenal, JoseJosé Cardenal
1978–1979
First baseman [40]
Cardwell, DonDon Cardwell
1957–1960
Pitcher [41]
Carlin, JimJim Carlin
1941
Right fielder
Center fielder
[42]
Carlson, HalHal Carlson
1924–1927
Pitcher [43]
Carlton, SteveSteve CarltonHall of Fame, Phillies primary§ (#32)
1972–1986
Pitcher [4]
Carman, DonDon Carman
1983–1990
Pitcher [44]
Carpenter, DrewDrew Carpenter
2008–2011
Pitcher [45]
Carreno, AmalioAmalio Carreño
1991
Pitcher [46]
Carsey, KidKid Carsey
1892–1897
Pitcher [47]
Carter, AndyAndy Carter
1994–1995
Pitcher [48]
Casey, DanDan Casey
1886–1889
Pitcher [49]
Cash, DaveDave Cash
1974–1976
Second baseman [50]
Cassian, EdEd Cassian
1891
Pitcher [51]
Castillo, BraulioBraulio Castillo
1991–1992
Center fielder
Right fielder
[52]
Castle, JohnJohn Castle
1910
Left fielder
Center fielder
[53]
Castro, FabioFabio Castro
2006–2007
Pitcher [54]
Castro, JuanJuan Castro
2010
Shortstop [55]
Cater, DannyDanny Cater
1964
Left fielder [56]
Causey, RedRed Causey
1920–1921
Pitcher [57]
Cavanaugh, JohnJohn Cavanaugh
1919
Third baseman [58]
Cedeno, DomingoDomingo Cedeño
1999
Shortstop [59]
Cervenak, MikeMike Cervenak
2007
Third baseman [60]
Chalmers, GeorgeGeorge Chalmers
1910–1916
Pitcher [61]
Chamberlain, WesWes Chamberlain
1990–1994
Right fielder
Left fielder
[62]
Champion, BillBill Champion
1969–1972
Pitcher [63]
Chapin, DarrinDarrin Chapin
1992
Pitcher [64]
Chapman, BenBen Chapman
1945–1946
Center fielder [12]
Chapman, TravisTravis Chapman
2003
Third baseman [65]
Charlton, NormNorm Charlton
1995
Pitcher [66]
Chavez, EndyEndy Chávez
2005
Center fielder
Left fielder
[67]
Cheek, HarryHarry Cheek
1910
Catcher [10]
Chen, BruceBruce Chen
2000–2001
Pitcher [68]
Cheney, LarryLarry Cheney
1919
Pitcher [69]
Chetkovich, MitchMitch Chetkovich
1945
Pitcher [21]
Childress, RockyRocky Childress
1985–1986
Pitcher [70]
Childs, CupidCupid Childs
1888
Second baseman [71]
Childs, PetePete Childs
1902
Second baseman [72]
Chiles, PearcePearce Chiles
1899–1900
Outfielder
First baseman
[73]
Chiozza, DinoDino Chiozza
1935
Shortstop [74]
Chiozza, LouLou Chiozza
1934–1936
Second baseman [75]
Christenson, LarryLarry Christenson
1973–1983
Pitcher [76]
Church, BubbaBubba Church
1950–1952
Pitcher [77]
Cieslak, TedTed Cieslak
1944
Third baseman [78]
Clancy, BudBud Clancy
1934
First baseman [79]
Clark, CapCap Clark
1938
Catcher [80]
Clark, MelMel Clark
1951–1955
Right fielder [81]
Clark, RonRon Clark
1975
Pinch hitter[a] [82]
Clarke, NigNig Clarke
1919
Catcher [83]
Clay, BillBill Clay
1902
Left fielder [84]
Clay, DannyDanny Clay
1988
Pitcher [85]
Clemens, DougDoug Clemens
1966–1968
Left fielder
Right fielder
[86]
Clement, WallyWally Clement
1908–1909
Left fielder [87]
Clements, JackJack Clements
1884–1897
Catcher [88]
Coble, DaveDave Coble
1939
Catcher [89]
Coffman, DickDick Coffman
1945
Pitcher [90]
Coggin, DaveDave Coggin
2000–2002
Pitcher [91]
Cohen, AltaAlta Cohen
1933
Left fielder [92]
Coker, JimmieJimmie Coker
1958
1960–1962
Catcher [93]
Cole, DaveDave Cole
1955
Pitcher [94]
Coleman, Choo ChooChoo Choo Coleman
1961
Catcher [95]
Coleman, John F.John F. Coleman
1883–1884
Pitcher [96]
Coleman, John W.John W. Coleman
1890
Pitcher [97]
Collard, HapHap Collard
1930
Pitcher [98]
Collier, LouLou Collier
2004
Left fielder [99]
Collins, PhilPhil Collins
1929–1935
Pitcher [100]
Colton, LarryLarry Colton
1968
Pitcher [101]
Combs, PatPat Combs
1989–1992
Pitcher [102]
Comer, SteveSteve Comer
1983
Pitcher [20]
Command, JimJim Command
1954–1955
Third baseman [103]
Compton, MikeMike Compton
1970
Catcher [104]
Condrey, ClayClay Condrey
2006–2009
Pitcher [105]
Conger, DickDick Conger
1943
Pitcher [106]
Conine, JeffJeff Conine
2006
Right fielder
Left fielder
[107]
Conley, BobBob Conley
1958
Pitcher [108]
Conley, GeneGene Conley
1959–1960
Pitcher [109]
Conn, BertBert Conn
1898–1901
Pitcher
Second baseman
[23]
Connell, GeneGene Connell
1931
Catcher [110]
Connor, RogerRoger ConnorHall of Fame
1892
First baseman [5]
Connors, JerryJerry Connors
1892
Right fielder [111]
Consolo, BillyBilly Consolo
1962
Third baseman [13]
Contreras, JoseJosé Contreras
2010–2011
Pitcher [112]
Conway, BillBill Conway
1884
Catcher [113]
Cook, DennisDennis Cook
1989–1990
2001
Pitcher [114]
Cook, PaulPaul Cook
1884
Catcher [115]
Cooley, DuffDuff Cooley
1896–1899
Center fielder [14]
Cooney, JimmyJimmy Cooney
1927
Shortstop [116]
Cooper, ClaudeClaude Cooper
1916–1917
Left fielder
Center fielder
[117]
Corbett, GeneGene Corbett
1936–1938
First baseman [118]
Corcoran, TimTim Corcoran
1983–1985
First baseman [119]
Cormier, RhealRheal Cormier
2001–2006
Pitcher [120]
Corrales, PatPat Corrales
1964–1965
Catcher [121]
Corridon, FrankFrank Corridon
1904–1905
1907–1909
Pitcher [122]
Coste, ChrisChris Coste
2006–2009
Catcher [123]
Cotter, DickDick Cotter
1911
Catcher [124]
Cotter, EdEd Cotter
1926
Third baseman
Shortstop
[15]
Couch, JohnnyJohnny Couch
1923–1925
Pitcher [125]
Courtney, ErnieErnie Courtney
1905–1908
Third baseman [126]
Coveleski, HarryHarry Coveleski
1907–1909
Pitcher [22]
Covington, ChetChet Covington
1944
Pitcher [127]
Covington, WesWes Covington
1961–1965
Left fielder [128]
Cowan, BillyBilly Cowan
1967
Left fielder [129]
Cowley, JoeJoe Cowley
1987
Pitcher [130]
Cox, DannyDanny Cox
1991–1992
Pitcher [131]
Cox, LarryLarry Cox
1973–1975
Catcher [132]
Craig, RogerRoger Craig
1966
Pitcher [133]
Cravath, GavvyGavvy Cravath§
1912–1920
Right fielder [18]
Crawford, CarlosCarlos Crawford
1996
Pitcher [134]
Crawford, GlennGlenn Crawford
1945–1946
Shortstop
Right fielder
[135]
Crawford, LarryLarry Crawford
1937
Pitcher [136]
Crespo, FelipeFelipe Crespo
2001
Left fielder [137]
Crist, ChesChes Crist
1906
Catcher [138]
Cristante, LeoLeo Cristante
1951
Pitcher [139]
Croft, HarryHarry Croft
1899
Second baseman [140]
Cross, LaveLave Cross
1892–1897
Third baseman [141]
Cross, MonteMonte Cross
1898–1901
Shortstop [142]
Crouch, BillBill Crouch
1941
Pitcher [143]
Crowell, JimJim Crowell
2004
Pitcher [144]
Crowley, JohnJohn Crowley
1884
Catcher [145]
Crumpler, RoyRoy Crumpler
1925
Pitcher [146]
Cruz, ToddTodd Cruz
1978
Shortstop [11]
Culp, BennyBenny Culp
1942–1944
Catcher [147]
Culp, BillBill Culp
1910
Pitcher [148]
Culp, RayRay Culp
1963–1966
Pitcher [149]
Culver, GeorgeGeorge Culver
1973–1974
Pitcher [150]
Cummings, MidreMidre Cummings
1997
Center fielder [16]
Curry, TonyTony Curry
1960–1961
Left fielder [151]
Curtis, CliffCliff Curtis
1911–1912
Pitcher [152]
Cusick, AndyAndy Cusick
1884–1887
Catcher [153]

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".[154]
  • 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,[155] 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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