Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (E–F)

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Del Ennis, a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, hit 259 home runs during his 11 seasons with the Phillies.

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, 2,006 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 2,006 Phillies, 32 have had surnames beginning with the letter E, and 79 beginning with the letter F. Three of those players have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: second baseman Johnny Evers, who played for the Phillies during the 1917 season;[4] right fielder Elmer Flick, who played four seasons for Philadelphia;[5] and first baseman Jimmie Foxx, who was a Phillie during the 1945 season.[6] Two players, Foxx and Del Ennis, are members of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame.[7] During his 11-season career with Philadelphia (1946–1956), right fielder Ennis, a member of the 1950 team nicknamed the Whiz Kids, notched 634 extra-base hits and scored 891 runs.[8] Foxx was inducted into the Wall of Fame for his contributions as a member of the Philadelphia Athletics.[7]

Among the 59 batters in this list, left fielder Spoke Emery has the highest batting average, at .667; he hit safely two times in three career at-bats with Philadelphia.[9] Other players with an average over .300 include Jim Eisenreich (.324 in four seasons),[10] Flick (.338 in four seasons),[5] Lew Fonseca (.319 in one season),[11] and Ed Freed (.303 in one season).[12] Ennis leads all members of this list in home runs and runs batted in, with 259 and 1,124, respectively.[8] Flick's 29 home runs lead those players whose surnames start with F, although he had nearly twice as many triples (57);[5] and he is followed closely by Pedro Feliz (26 home runs).[13] Flick also leads those batters in runs batted in, with 377 in four years.[5]

Of this list's 54 pitchers, six pitchers share the best win–loss record, in terms of winning percentage. Paul Erickson won two games for the Phillies without losing any,[14] and five pitchers sport a 1–0 record: Tom Edens,[15] Sergio Escalona,[16] Paul Fletcher,[17] Dana Fillingim,[18] and Foxx, who pitched in nine games for the Phillies despite being primarily a first baseman.[6] Flaherty owns the lowest earned run average (ERA), having appeared in one game, pitching 13 inning and allowing no runs for an ERA of 0.00.[19] Among the pitchers who have allowed runs, the best ERAs belong to Foxx and Steve Fireovid, who each have an average of 1.59 earned runs allowed per game.[6][20] Scott Eyre's 1.62 earned run average from his two seasons with Philadelphia are the best among the pitchers whose surnames begin with E.[21] Jumbo Elliott (36 wins and 205 strikeouts) and Charlie Ferguson (99 wins and 728 strikeouts) are tops in those categories among their respective lists;[22][23] the latter is also one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, doing so on August 29, 1885, the first in franchise history. Chick Fraser also accomplished the feat on September 18, 1903.[24]

Two Phillies have made 30% or more of their Phillies appearances as both pitchers and position players. In addition to Flaherty's statistics listed above,[19] Harry Felix batted .135 with two runs batted in as a third baseman while amassing a 4.85 ERA and striking out three as a pitcher.[25]

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.[26]
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 orange script across the chest and a black baseball cap walks across a grass field with a black baseball glove on his left hand
Adam Eaton pitched two seasons for the Phillies, striking out 154 batters.
A sepia-toned image of a dark-haired man in a dark shirt who sits facing at an angle toward the right
Third baseman Kid Elberfeld batted in seven runs in his only season with Philadelphia.
A bearded, dark-skinned man in a red-and-navy blue jacket and gray baseball pants throwing a baseball with his right hand
Johnny Estrada batted .222 in two season as Philadelphia's catcher.
A black-and-white photograph of a man in an old-style white baseball uniform holding a baseball bat over his left shoulder; he is standing on a grass field in a stadium
Second baseman Johnny Evers is one of three players immortalized in the poem Baseball's Sad Lexicon.[28]
List of players whose surnames begin with E, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Easler, MikeMike Easler
1987
Left fielder [29]
Easton, JohnJohn Easton
1955
1959
Pinch hitter [30]
Eastwick, RawlyRawly Eastwick
1978–1979
Pitcher [31]
Eaton, AdamAdam Eaton
2007–2008
Pitcher [32]
Edens, TomTom Edens
1994
Pitcher [15]
Edwards, DocDoc Edwards
1970
Catcher [33]
Eisenreich, JimJim Eisenreich
1993–1996
Right fielder [10]
Elberfeld, KidKid Elberfeld
1898
Third baseman [34]
Elliott, HalHal Elliott
1929–1932
Pitcher [35]
Elliott, JumboJumbo Elliott
1931–1934
Pitcher [22]
Ellis, BenBen Ellis
1896
Third baseman
Shortstop
[36]
Ellsworth, DickDick Ellsworth
1967
Pitcher [37]
Elster, KevinKevin Elster
1995
Shortstop [38]
Emery, CalCal Emery
1963
First baseman [39]
Emery, SpokeSpoke Emery
1924
Left fielder [9]
Ennis, DelDel Ennis§
1946–1956
Left fielder
Right fielder
[8]
Ennis, JohnJohn Ennis
2007
Pitcher [40]
Enzmann, JohnnyJohnny Enzmann
1920
Pitcher [41]
Erickson, DonDon Erickson
1958
Pitcher [42]
Erickson, PaulPaul Erickson
1948
Pitcher [14]
Escalona, SergioSergio Escalona
2009
Pitcher [16]
Esper, DukeDuke Esper
1890–1892
Pitcher [43]
Espinosa, NinoNino Espinosa
1979–1981
Pitcher [44]
Essegian, ChuckChuck Essegian
1958
Left fielder [45]
Essian, JimJim Essian
1973–1975
Catcher [46]
Estalella, BobbyBobby Estalella
1996–1999
Catcher [47]
Estrada, JohnnyJohnny Estrada
2001–2002
Catcher [48]
Etten, NickNick Etten
1941–1942
1947
First baseman [49]
Evers, JohnnyJohnny EversHall of Fame
1917
Second baseman [4]
Ewing, BobBob Ewing
1910–1911
Pitcher [50]
Eyre, ScottScott Eyre
2008–2009
Pitcher [21]
Eyrich, GeorgeGeorge Eyrich
1943
Pitcher [51]
A smiling, mustachioed man in a white-and-black baseball jersey and black baseball helmet
Sal Fasano batted .243 in three seasons with Philadelphia.
A man in a red baseball jersey and helmet and white pinstriped baseball pants stands in the batter's box holding a light-colored baseball bat over his right shoulder
Third baseman Pedro Feliz hit 26 home runs in his two Phillies seasons.
A sepia-toned photograph of a man in an old-style white baseball uniform standing with arms akimbo
Bob Ferguson earned his nickname "Death to Flying Things" for his infield defense.[52]
A baseball-card photograph of a mustachioed man in an old-style white baseball uniform holding a baseball in front of his chest with both hands
Charlie Ferguson leads all members of this list with 99 victories in four seasons with Philadelphia.
A man in a blue baseball jersey and baseball cap and white baseball pants bending over from the waist; he wears a black baseball glove on his left hand
Nelson Figueroa won six games and lost six in two seasons with the Phillies.
A black-and-white photo of a man in a white baseball uniform with "CLEVELAND" across the chest and a dark baseball cap with "C" on the face in white; he is holding a baseball bat over his left shoulder
Hall of Famer Elmer Flick played outfield for the Phillies from 1898–1900.
A young man in a black baseball jersey and cap with white trim and white baseball pants throws a baseball with his left hand.
Gavin Floyd, a first round draft pick of the Phillies, struck out 75 batters in 3 seasons with Philadelphia.
A baseball card image of a man in a white old-style baseball uniform and a navy-blue baseball cap following through on a swing with the bat toward his left shoulder
Lew Fonseca played more than 30% of his games with the Phillies at both first base and second base.
A baseball card image of a man with a strong nose in a white old-style baseball uniform and blue baseball cap
Hod Ford batted .272 in his only season in Philadelphia.
A man in a white baseball jersey reading "RED SOX" across the chest and a dark baseball cap looks toward the left of the image
Jimmie Foxx was inducted into the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame as a member of the Philadelphia Athletics.
A view from the back of a dark-skinned young man in a gray baseball uniform and red baseball cap; the rear of his jersey reads "Francisco" in block red letters and "10" in larger red numbers
Ben Francisco hit 11 home runs in his first two Phillies seasons.
A dark-skinned man in a navy-blue baseball jersey and cap and white baseball pants standing on a grass field wearing a black baseball glove on his left hand
Julio Franco hit one double in his only year with Philadelphia.
A man in a white baseball uniform and navy-blue baseball cap with a red brim throws a baseball with his right hand from atop a dirt mound on a grass field
Ryan Franklin posted a 4.58 earned run average during the 2006 season.
A smiling man wearing a white baseball jersey and black baseball cap with an interlocking "SF" in orange on the face
Aaron Fultz won seven games against one loss in his two seasons as a Phillie.
List of players whose surnames begin with F, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Faircloth, RagsRags Faircloth
1919
Pitcher [53]
Fallenstein, EdEd Fallenstein
1931
Pitcher [54]
Fanning, JackJack Fanning
1894
Pitcher [55]
Farmer, EdEd Farmer
1974
1982–1983
Pitcher [56]
Farrar, SidSid Farrar
1883–1889
First baseman [57]
Farrell, JackJack Farrell
1886
Second baseman [58]
Farrell, TurkTurk Farrell
1956–1961
1967–1969
Pitcher [59]
Fasano, SalSal Fasano
2006
Catcher [60]
Feinberg, EddieEddie Feinberg
1938–1939
Shortstop
Second baseman
[61]
Felix, HarryHarry Felix
1902
Pitcher
Third baseman
[25]
Feliz, PedroPedro Feliz
2008–2009
Third baseman [13]
Ferguson, AlexAlex Ferguson
1927–1929
Pitcher [62]
Ferguson, BobBob Ferguson
1883
Second baseman [63]
Ferguson, CharlieCharlie Ferguson
1884–1887
Pitcher [23]
Fernandez, ChicoChico Fernández
1957–1959
Shortstop [64]
Fernandez, SidSid Fernandez
1995–1996
Pitcher [65]
Ferrarese, DonDon Ferrarese
1961–1962
Pitcher [66]
Fick, JohnJohn Fick
1944
Pitcher [67]
Fields, JockoJocko Fields
1891
Catcher [68]
Fifield, JackJack Fifield
1897–1899
Pitcher [69]
Figgemeier, FrankFrank Figgemeier
1894
Pitcher [70]
Figueroa, NelsonNelson Figueroa
2001
2010
Pitcher [71]
File, SamSam File
1940
Shortstop [72]
Fillingim, DanaDana Fillingim
1925
Pitcher [18]
Finley, BobBob Finley
1943–1944
Catcher [73]
Finn, NealNeal Finn
1933
Second baseman [74]
Finneran, HappyHappy Finneran
1912–1913
Pitcher [75]
Finney, LouLou Finney
1947
Pinch hitter[a] [76]
Fireovid, SteveSteve Fireovid
1984
Pitcher [20]
Fisher, IkeIke Fisher
1898
Catcher [77]
Fittery, PaulPaul Fittery
1917
Pitcher [78]
Fitzgerald, MikeMike Fitzgerald
1918
Left fielder
Right fielder
[79]
Flager, WallyWally Flager
1945
Shortstop [80]
Flaherty, PatsyPatsy Flaherty
1910
Center fielder
Pitcher
[19]
Fleming, TomTom Fleming
1902
1904
Right fielder [81]
Fletcher, ArtArt Fletcher
1920
1922
Shortstop [82]
Fletcher, DarrinDarrin Fletcher
1990–1991
Catcher [83]
Fletcher, FrankFrank Fletcher
1914
Pinch hitter[b] [84]
Fletcher, PaulPaul Fletcher
1993
1995
Pitcher [17]
Flick, ElmerElmer FlickHall of Fame
1898–1901
Right fielder [5]
Flitcraft, HillyHilly Flitcraft
1942
Pitcher [85]
Flora, KevinKevin Flora
1995
Center fielder [86]
Flowers, BenBen Flowers
1956
Pitcher [87]
Floyd, GavinGavin Floyd
2004–2006
Pitcher [88]
Fogarty, JimJim Fogarty
1884–1889
Right fielder
Center fielder
[89]
Foley, TomTom Foley
1985–1986
Shortstop [90]
Fonseca, LewLew Fonseca
1925
Second baseman
First baseman
[11]
Foote, BarryBarry Foote
1977–1978
Catcher [91]
Forbes, P. J.P. J. Forbes
2001
Second baseman [92]
Ford, CurtCurt Ford
1989–1990
Right fielder
Left fielder
[93]
Ford, HodHod Ford
1924
Second baseman [94]
Fortune, GaryGary Fortune
1916
1918
Pitcher [95]
Foster, KevinKevin Foster
1993
Pitcher [96]
Fox, HenryHenry Fox
1902
Pitcher [97]
Fox, HowieHowie Fox
1952
Pitcher [98]
Fox, TerryTerry Fox
1966
Pitcher [99]
Foxen, BillBill Foxen
1908–1910
Pitcher [100]
Foxx, JimmieJimmie FoxxHall of Fame§
1945
First baseman [6]
Francisco, BenBen Francisco
2009–2011
Left fielder
Center fielder
[101]
Franco, JulioJulio Franco
1982
Shortstop [102]
Francona, TitoTito Francona
1967
First baseman [103]
Franklin, RyanRyan Franklin
2006
Pitcher [104]
Fraser, ChickChick Fraser
1899–1900
1902–1904
Pitcher [105]
Freed, EdEd Freed
1942
Center fielder [12]
Freed, RogerRoger Freed
1971–1972
Right fielder [106]
Freeman, MarvinMarvin Freeman
1986
1988–1990
Pitcher [107]
Freese, GeneGene Freese
1959
Third baseman [108]
Frey, SteveSteve Frey
1995–1996
Pitcher [109]
Friberg, BernieBernie Friberg
1925–1932
Second baseman [110]
Frink, FredFred Frink
1934
Center fielder [111]
Fritz, LarryLarry Fritz
1975
Pinch hitter[c] [112]
Froelich, BenBen Froelich
1909
Catcher [113]
Frohwirth, ToddTodd Frohwirth
1987–1990
Pitcher [114]
Frye, CharlieCharlie Frye
1940
Pitcher [115]
Fryman, WoodieWoodie Fryman
1968–1972
Pitcher [116]
Fuchs, CharlieCharlie Fuchs
1943
Pitcher [117]
Fullis, ChickChick Fullis
1933–1934
Center fielder [118]
Fultz, AaronAaron Fultz
2005–2006
Pitcher [119]
Fultz, DaveDave Fultz
1898–1899
Left fielder [120]

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".[121]
  • 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.com. 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.com. A total of 1,500 plate appearances are needed to qualify for batting records,[122] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[123]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.

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