Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (H)

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Billy Hamilton, a Hall of Famer and member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, is the franchise leader in batting average, on-base percentage, and stolen bases, in addition to holding three single-season 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, 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, 133 have had surnames beginning with the letter H. One of those players has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame; center fielder Billy Hamilton played for the Phillies for six seasons (1890–1895),[4] amassing three career franchise records and three single-season records. Hamilton's .361 batting average, .463 on-base percentage, and 508 stolen bases lead all Phillies in those categories, and his single-season records include most runs scored (192 in the 1894 season; also a major league record), most stolen bases (111 in the 1891 season), and highest on-base percentage (.523 in 1894).[5] The Hall of Fame lists the Phillies as Hamilton's primary team,[6] and he is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, as is Whiz Kid shortstop and second baseman Granny Hamner.[7]

Among the 73 batters in this list, Lou Hardie has the highest batting average, at .375; he notched three hits in eight at-bats during the 1884 season.[8] Other players with an average above .300 include Hamilton,[4] George Harper (.323 in three seasons),[9] Chicken Hawks (.322 in one season),[10] Butch Henline (.304 in six seasons),[11] Chuck Hiller (.302 in one season),[12] Walter Holke (.301 in three seasons),[13] Paul Hoover (.308 in two seasons),[14] and Don Hurst (.303 in seven seasons).[15] Ryan Howard leads all members of this list with 253 home runs and 748 runs batted in in his seven seasons with the Phillies.[16]

Of this list's 62 pitchers, Bert Humphries has the best win–loss record, in terms of winning percentage; his three wins and one loss notched him a .750 win ratio in his one season with the team.[17] Cole Hamels' 74 victories and 1,091 strikeouts are the most by a player on this list,[18] while Ken Heintzelman and Bill Hubbell lead with 55 defeats each.[19][20] Tom Hilgendorf has the lowest earned run average (ERA) among pitchers, with a 2.14 mark;[21] the only player to best Hilgendorf in that category on this list is Holke, a first baseman, who made one pitching appearance in 1979, throwing ​13 inning and allowing no runs (a 0.00 ERA).[13] Roy Halladay is one of the ten Phillies pitchers who have thrown a no-hitter, and the only man to accomplish the feat twice; in Halladay's first season with Philadelphia, he pitched a perfect game on May 29, 2010, and later became the second player to pitch a no-hitter in the postseason on October 6, 2010.[22]

Two Phillies have made 30% or more of their Phillies appearances as both pitchers and position player. Bill Harman batted .071 in 14 plate appearances as a catcher while amassing a 4.85 ERA and striking out three as a pitcher.[23] Hardie Henderson allowed 19 runs in his only game as a pitcher while notching a .250 average as a left fielder.[24]

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.[25]
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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Bob Hall played more than 30% of his games as a Phillie as both a third baseman and a shortstop.[26]
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Roy Halladay is the only pitcher in Phillies history to throw multiple no-hitters with the team.[27]
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Bill Hallahan struck out 22 batters in a single season with Philadelphia.
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Bill Hallman had three separate tenures with the Phillies: 1888–1889; 1892–1897; and 1901–1903.
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Cole Hamels won both the NLCS MVP and the World Series MVP Awards in 2008.[28]
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Pitcher Earl Hamilton lost his only decision with Philadelphia.
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Granny Hamner, shortstop for the Whiz Kids, is a member of the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame.
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Pitcher Josh Hancock was killed in a car accident during the 2007 season.[29]
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Andy Hansen pitched for Philadelphia from 1951 to 1953.
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J. A. Happ was traded from Philadelphia to the Houston Astros during the 2010 season.
A man in a light-blue baseball uniform with maroon trim reading "Harman" and "13" on the back; he is holding a baseball bat in his left had and wearing a maroon baseball helmet atop his head
Brad Harman, a second baseman, played for the Phillies in 2008.
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Cliff Heathcote had one home run and five runs batted in during his only Phillies season.
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Wes Helms played with Philadelphia during the 2007 season.
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Second baseman Tom Herr, originally from nearby Lancaster, later returned to his hometown to manage the independent Lancaster Barnstormers.[30]
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Andy High hit two doubles in his only season with the Phillies.
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Ed Holley pitched three seasons for Philadelphia, amassing a 25–37 record.
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Paul Hoover played in parts of two seasons for the Phillies.
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As of the end of 2010, Ryan Howard's 253 home runs ranked third all-time on the Phillies' career leaders list.[31]
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Don Hurst had a seven-season Phillies career as a first baseman, batting in nearly 600 runs.
List of players whose surnames begin with H, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Bert Haas
1948–1949
Third baseman
First baseman
[32]
Warren Hacker
1957–1958
Pitcher [33]
Harvey Haddix
1956–1957
Pitcher [34]
George Haddock
1894
Pitcher [35]
Bud Hafey
1939
Right fielder [36]
Art Hagan
1883
Pitcher [37]
Don Hahn
1975
Center fielder [38]
Jim Haislip
1913
Pitcher [39]
Bert Hall
1911
Pitcher [40]
Bob Hall
1904
Third baseman
Shortstop
[26]
Dick Hall
1967–1968
Pitcher [41]
Roy Halladay
2010–2011
Pitcher [42]
Bill Hallahan
1938
Pitcher [43]
Bill Hallman
1888–1889
1892–1897
1901–1903
Second baseman [44]
Cole Hamels
2006–2011
Pitcher [18]
Billy HamiltonHall of Fame, Phillies primary§
1890–1895
Left fielder
Center fielder
[4]
Earl Hamilton
1924
Pitcher [45]
Jack Hamilton
1962–1963
Pitcher [46]
Garvin Hamner
1945
Second baseman [47]
Granny Hamner§
1944–1959
Shortstop
Second baseman
[48]
Ray Hamrick
1943–1944
Shortstop [49]
Josh Hancock
2003–2004
Pitcher [50]
Lee Handley
1947
Third baseman [51]
Harry Hanebrink
1959
Second baseman
Third baseman
[52]
Andy Hansen
1951–1953
Pitcher [53]
Snipe Hansen
1930
1932–1935
Pitcher [54]
J. A. Happ
2007–2010
Pitcher [55]
Bill Harbridge
1883
Center fielder [56]
Lou Hardie
1884
Catcher [8]
Bill Harman
1941
Catcher
Pitcher
[23]
Brad Harman
2008
Second baseman [57]
Chuck Harmon
1957
Left fielder [58]
Terry Harmon
1967
1969–1977
Second baseman
Shortstop
[59]
George W. Harper
1924–1926
Right fielder [9]
J. George Harper
1894
Pitcher [60]
Ray Harrell
1939
Pitcher [61]
Bud Harrelson
1978–1979
Second baseman [62]
Mickey Harrington
1963
Pinch runner[a] [63]
Gene Harris
1995
Pitcher [64]
Greg Harris
1988–1989
Pitcher [65]
Herb Harris
1936
Pitcher [66]
Reggie Harris
1997
Pitcher [67]
Mike Hartley
1991–1992
Pitcher [68]
Ray Hartranft
1913
Pitcher [69]
Don Hasenmayer
1945–1946
Second baseman
Third baseman
[70]
Mickey Haslin
1933–1936
Shortstop
Second baseman
[71]
Billy Hatcher
1994
Center fielder [72]
Chicken Hawks
1925
First baseman [10]
Charlie Hayes
1989–1991
1995
Third baseman [73]
Von Hayes
1983–1991
Right fielder
First baseman
Center fielder
[74]
Ralph Head
1923
Pitcher [75]
Jim Hearn
1957–1959
Pitcher [76]
Cliff Heathcote
1932
First baseman [77]
Richie Hebner
1977–1978
First baseman [78]
Bronson Heflin
1996
Pitcher [79]
Jim Hegan
1958–1959
Catcher [80]
Ken Heintzelman
1947–1952
Pitcher [19]
Wes Helms
2007
Third baseman [81]
Heinie Heltzel
1944
Shortstop [82]
Ed Hemingway
1918
Second baseman [83]
Rollie Hemsley
1946–1947
Catcher [84]
Solly Hemus
1956–1958
Second baseman [85]
Hardie Henderson
1883
Left fielder
Pitcher
[24]
Harvey Hendrick
1934
Left fielder [86]
Butch Henline
1921–1926
Catcher [11]
George Hennessey
1942
Pitcher [87]
Fritz Henrich
1924
Center fielder
Left fielder
Right fielder
[88]
Jim Henry
1939
Pitcher [89]
Ray Herbert
1965–1966
Pitcher [90]
Jesús Hernáiz
1974
Pitcher [91]
José Hernández
2006
Third baseman [92]
Roberto Hernández
2004
Pitcher [93]
Willie Hernández
1983
Pitcher [94]
Yoel Hernández
2007
Pitcher [95]
David Herndon
2010–2011
Pitcher [96]
Tom Herr
1989–1990
Second baseman [97]
Pancho Herrera
1958
1960–1961
First baseman [98]
John Herrnstein
1962–1966
First baseman
Left fielder
[99]
Ed Heusser
1938
1948
Pitcher [100]
Kirby Higbe
1939–1940
Pitcher [101]
Andy High
1934
Third baseman [102]
John Hiland
1885
Second baseman [103]
Tom Hilgendorf
1975
Pitcher [21]
Chuck Hiller
1967
Second baseman [12]
Pat Hilly
1914
Right fielder [104]
Charlie Hilsey
1883
Pitcher [105]
A. J. Hinch
2004
Catcher [106]
Larry Hisle
1968–1971
Center fielder [107]
Don Hoak
1963–1964
Third baseman [108]
Harry Hoch
1908
Pitcher [109]
Bert Hodges
1942
Third baseman [110]
Eli Hodkey
1946
Pitcher [111]
George Hodson
1895
Pitcher [112]
Joe Hoerner
1970–1972
1975
Pitcher [113]
Lefty Hoerst
1940–1942
1946–1947
Pitcher [114]
Bill Hoffman
1939
Pitcher [115]
Brad Hogg
1918–1919
Pitcher [116]
Bill Hohman
1927
Left fielder [117]
Joe Holden
1934–1936
Catcher [118]
Walter Holke
1923–1925
First baseman [13]
Al Holland
1983–1985
Pitcher [119]
Ed Holley
1932–1934
Pitcher [120]
Al Hollingsworth
1938–1939
Pitcher [121]
Dave Hollins
1990–1995
2002
Third baseman [122]
Stan Hollmig
1949–1951
Right fielder [123]
Jim Holloway
1929
Pitcher [124]
Mark Holzemer
2000
Pitcher [125]
Buster Hoover
1884
Left fielder
Center fielder
[126]
Paul Hoover
2009–2010
Catcher [14]
Marty Hopkins
1934
Third baseman [127]
Tyler Houston
2003
Third baseman [128]
Ryan Howard
2004–2011
First baseman [16]
Ken Howell
1989–1990
Pitcher [129]
Dan Howley
1913
Catcher [130]
Bill Hubbell
1920–1925
Pitcher [20]
Clarence Huber
1925–1926
Third baseman [131]
Rex Hudler
1997–1998
Center fielder [132]
Charles Hudson
1983–1986
Pitcher [133]
Keith Hughes
1987
Left fielder
Right fielder
[134]
Roy Hughes
1939–1940
1946
Second baseman [135]
Tommy Hughes
1941–1942
1946–1947
Pitcher [136]
Billy Hulen
1896
Shortstop [137]
Rudy Hulswitt
1902–1904
Shortstop [138]
Tom Hume
1986–1987
Pitcher [139]
Bert Humphries
1910–1911
Pitcher [17]
Johnny Humphries
1946
Pitcher [140]
Brian L. Hunter
2001
Left fielder
Center fielder
[141]
Brian R. Hunter
2000
First baseman [142]
Rich Hunter
1996
Pitcher [143]
Don Hurst
1928–1934
First baseman [15]
Harry Huston
1906
Catcher [144]
Jim Hutto
1970
Left fielder
First baseman
[145]
Tommy Hutton
1972–1977
First baseman [146]

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".[147]
  • 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,[5] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[148]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
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General
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  • "Philadelphia Phillies Player Career Pitching Register". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved June 21, 2010.
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