Philadelphia Phillies all-time roster (S)

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Mike Schmidt holds several Phillies franchise records, including most career home runs, hits, total bases, and runs batted in.

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, 187 have had surnames beginning with the letter S. Three of those players are members of the Baseball Hall of Fame: shortstop Ryne Sandberg, who played one season for the Phillies before being traded to the Chicago Cubs and converting to second base;[4] right fielder Casey Stengel, who played for the Phillies during the 1920 and 1921 seasons and was inducted as a manager;[5] and third baseman Mike Schmidt,[6] who in 1983 was named the greatest Phillie of all time during the election of Philadelphia's Centennial Team.[7] Schmidt is this list's only Hall of Famer to have the Phillies listed as his primary team,[8][9] and is one of five members of this list to be elected to the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame; the others are second baseman Juan Samuel, pitcher Bobby Shantz (inducted as a Philadelphia Athletic), pitcher Chris Short, and pitcher Curt Simmons.[10] Schmidt holds numerous franchise records, including most hits (2,234) and most total bases (4,404),[11] and is the only Phillie on this list to have his number retired.[12]

Among the 99 batters in this list, left fielder and pitcher Edgar Smith has the highest batting average, at .750; he hit safely in three of his four career at-bats with Philadelphia.[13] Other players with an average above .300 include Monk Sherlock (.324 in one season),[14] Jim Shilling (.303 in one season),[15] Tripp Sigman (.326 in two seasons),[16] Lonnie Smith (.321 in four seasons),[17] Chris Snelling (.500 in one season),[18] Bill Sorrell (.365 in one season),[19] John Stearns (.500 in one season),[20] Bobby Stevens (.343 in one season),[21] Kelly Stinnett (.429 in one season),[22] and Joe Sullivan (.324 in three seasons).[23] Schmidt leads all players on this list, and all Phillies, with 548 home runs and 1,595 runs batted in.[6][11]

Of this list's 90 pitchers, four share the best win–loss record (1–0), in terms of winning percentage: Ben Shields,[24] Wayne Simpson,[25] Paul Stuffel,[26] and Rich Surhoff.[27] Short leads all members of this list in victories (132) and defeats (127),[28] followed closely by Simmons in each category (115–110).[29] Short's 1,585 strikeouts also lead,[28] and he is followed by Curt Schilling's 1,554.[30] The lowest earned run average (ERA) is shared by Surhoff and Jake Smith; each allowed no earned runs during their Phillies careers for an ERA of 0.00.[27][31] Two other pitchers have ERAs under 2.00: Frank Scanlan (1.64) and Scott Service (1.69).[32][33]

Two Phillies have made 30% or more of their Phillies appearances as both pitchers and position players. In addition to Edgar Smith's batting notes above, he amassed a 15.43 ERA as a pitcher, striking out two.[13] John Strike was hitless in seven plate appearances as a right fielder while amassing a 1–1 record as a pitcher.[34]

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.[35]
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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As of 2011, Juan Samuel, the Phillies' second baseman from 1983 to 1989, is the team's third-base coach.[36]
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Brian Sanches pitched for Philadelphia in 2006 and 2007.
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Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg, who was a second baseman for most of his career, began as a shortstop with the Phillies.
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In two seasons with Philadelphia, Ben Sanders won 10 more games than he lost.
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Pitcher Joe Savery began his Phillies career in 2011.
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Brian Schneider hit six home runs in two Philadelphia seasons.
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Curt Schilling holds the Phillies single-season record for most strikeouts per nine innings pitched, and appears in the top ten best seasons in that category four times.[37]
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In three seasons, catcher Pop Schriver batted in 77 runs for Philadelphia.
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Outfielder Frank Schulte played one season for the Phillies...
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... as did pitcher Rudy Seánez.
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Tom Seaton won 43 games in two seasons with Philadelphia.
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Zack Segovia lost one game for the Phillies in 2007.
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Catcher Andy Seminick was called the "clubhouse... leader" by teammate Robin Roberts, recalling his performance in 1950.[38]
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In three Phillies seasons, Roy Sievers hit 44 home runs.
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Carlos Silva won eight games in a Phillies uniform against a single loss.
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Curt Simmons was inducted into the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame in 1993.
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On the final day of the 1950 season, Dick Sisler hit a tenth-inning home run against the Brooklyn Dodgers that gave the Phillies their first National League pennant in 35 years.[40]
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Jimmy Smith batted .227 in two seasons with Philadelphia.
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Outfielder Lonnie Smith played for the Phillies from 1978 to 1981, batting .321 during his tenure.
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In two seasons with Philadelphia, Russ Springer struck out 126 batters.
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Matt Stairs' home run in Game 4 of the 2008 National League Championship Series earned him "hero" status in Philadelphia.[41]
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George Stallings played two seasons for the Phillies before the turn of the 20th century.
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Casey Stengel was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a manager.
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Dave Stewart struck out 11 batters and walked 8 in his two seasons with Philadelphia.
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Kelly Stinnett batted .429 in his short tenure with the Phillies.
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The aptly-named Billy Sunday left his baseball career to become a Christian minister.[42]
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Dale Sveum batted .178 in his only Phillies season.
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R. J. Swindle posted a 7.71 earned run average in 2008.
List of players whose surnames begin with S, showing season(s) and position(s) played and selected statistics
Name Season(s) Position(s) Notes Ref
Bob Sadowski
1961
Third baseman [43]
Solly Salisbury
1902
Pitcher [44]
Manny Salvo
1943
Pitcher [45]
Juan Samuel§
1983–1989
Second baseman [46]
Brian Sanches
2006–2007
Pitcher [47]
Alejandro Sánchez
1982–1983
Right fielder [48]
Heinie Sand
1923–1928
Shortstop [49]
Ryne SandbergHall of Fame
1981
Shortstop [4]
Ben Sanders
1888–1889
Pitcher [50]
Danny Sandoval
2005–2006
Second baseman
Shortstop
[51]
Jack Sanford
1956–1958
Pitcher [52]
Ed Sanicki
1949
1951
Left fielder
Right fielder
[53]
Julio Santana
2006
Pitcher [54]
Benito Santiago
1996
Catcher [55]
José Santiago
2001–2002
Pitcher [56]
Dane Sardinha
2010–2011
Catcher [57]
Kevin Saucier
1978–1980
Pitcher [58]
Jimmie Savage
1912
Second baseman [59]
Ted Savage
1962
Left fielder [60]
Joe Savery
2011
Pitcher [61]
Carl Sawatski
1958–1959
Catcher [62]
Phil Saylor
1891
Pitcher [63]
Frank Scanlan
1909
Pitcher [32]
Mac Scarce
1972–1974
Pitcher [64]
Russ Scarritt
1932
Left fielder [65]
Steve Scarsone
1992
Second baseman [66]
Jimmie Schaffer
1966–1967
Catcher [67]
Gene Schall
1995–1996
First baseman [68]
Charley Schanz
1944–1947
Pitcher [69]
George Scharein
1937–1940
Shortstop [70]
Dan Schatzeder
1986–1987
Pitcher [71]
Jack Scheible
1894
Pitcher [72]
Danny Schell
1954–1955
Left fielder [73]
Bill Scherrer
1988
Pitcher [74]
Dutch Schesler
1931
Pitcher [75]
Lou Schettler
1910
Pitcher [76]
Curt Schilling
1992–2000
Pitcher [30]
Freddy Schmidt
1947
Pitcher [77]
Mike SchmidtHall of Fame, Phillies primary§ (#20)
1972–1989
Third baseman [6]
Brian Schneider
2010–2011
Catcher [78]
Gene Schott
1939
Pitcher [79]
Steve Schrenk
1999–2000
Pitcher [80]
Pop Schriver
1888–1890
Catcher [81]
Al Schroll
1959
Pitcher [82]
Rick Schu
1984–1987
1991
Third baseman [83]
Ron Schueler
1974–1976
Pitcher [84]
Wes Schulmerich
1933–1934
Left fielder [85]
Frank Schulte
1917
Left fielder
Right fielder
[86]
Ham Schulte
1940
Second baseman [87]
Johnny Schulte
1928
Catcher [88]
Howie Schultz
1947–1948
First baseman [89]
Joe Schultz
1924–1925
Left fielder
Right fielder
[90]
John Schultz
1891
Pitcher [91]
Michael Schwimer
2011
Pitcher [92]
Jack Scott
1927
Pitcher [93]
Lefty Scott
1945
Pitcher [94]
LeGrant Scott
1939
Right fielder [95]
Rudy Seánez
2008
Pitcher [96]
Steve Searcy
1991–1992
Pitcher [97]
Tom Seaton
1912–1913
Pitcher [98]
Bob Sebra
1988–1989
Pitcher [99]
Duke Sedgwick
1921
Pitcher [100]
Kevin Sefcik
1995–2000
Left fielder [101]
Zack Segovia
2007
Pitcher [102]
Dick Selma
1970–1973
Pitcher [103]
Andy Seminick
1943–1951
1955–1957
Catcher [104]
Ray Semproch
1958–1959
Pitcher [105]
Paul Sentell
1906–1907
Third baseman
Second baseman
[106]
Manny Seoane
1977
Pitcher [107]
Scott Service
1988
Pitcher [33]
Bobby Shantz§
1964
Pitcher [108]
Jack Sharrott
1893
Left fielder [109]
Merv Shea
1944
Catcher [110]
Nap Shea
1902
Catcher [111]
Dave Shean
1908–1909
Shortstop
Second baseman
[112]
Chuck Sheerin
1936
Second baseman
Third baseman
[113]
Keith Shepherd
1992
Pitcher [114]
Monk Sherlock
1930
First baseman [14]
Ben Shields
1931
Pitcher [24]
Jim Shilling
1939
Second baseman [15]
Billy Shindle
1891
Third baseman [115]
Dave Shipanoff
1985
Pitcher [116]
Costen Shockley
1964
First baseman [117]
Chris Short§
1959–1972
Pitcher [28]
Frank Shugart
1897
Shortstop [118]
Toots Shultz
1911–1912
Pitcher [119]
Anthony Shumaker
1999
Pitcher [120]
Harry Shuman
1944
Pitcher [121]
Ed Sicking
1919
Shortstop
Second baseman
[122]
Roy Sievers
1962–1964
First baseman [123]
Tripp Sigman
1929–1930
Center fielder [16]
Carlos Silva
2002–2003
Pitcher [124]
Ken Silvestri
1949–1951
Catcher [125]
Curt Simmons§
1947–1950
1952–1960
Pitcher [29]
Randall Simon
2006
Pinch hitter[a] [126]
Wayne Simpson
1975
Pitcher [25]
John Singleton
1922
Pitcher [127]
Dick Sisler
1948–1951
Left fielder
First baseman
[128]
Pete Sivess
1936–1938
Pitcher [129]
Ed Sixsmith
1884
Catcher [130]
Ted Sizemore
1977–1978
Second baseman [131]
Jimmy Slagle
1900–1901
Left fielder [132]
Barney Slaughter
1910
Pitcher [133]
Heathcliff Slocumb
1994–1995
Pitcher [134]
Roy Smalley
1955–1958
Shortstop [135]
Al Smith
1938–1939
Pitcher [136]
Bill Smith
1962
Pitcher [137]
Bob Smith
1960–1961
Left fielder [138]
Charley Smith
1961
Third baseman [139]
Edgar Smith
1883
Pitcher
Left fielder
[13]
George Smith
1919–1922
Pitcher [140]
Jake Smith
1911
Pitcher [31]
Jimmy Smith
1921–1922
Second baseman [141]
Lonnie Smith
1978–1981
Left fielder
Right fielder
[17]
Matt Smith
2006–2007
Pitcher [142]
Phenomenal Smith
1890
1891
Pitcher [143]
Tom Smith
1895
Pitcher [144]
Lefty Smoll
1940
Pitcher [145]
Harry Smythe
1929–1930
Pitcher [146]
Chris Snelling
2008
Pinch hitter[b] [18]
Bill Sorrell
1965
Third baseman [19]
Denny Sothern
1926
1928–1930
Center fielder [147]
Dick Spalding
1927
Left fielder [148]
Tully Sparks
1897
1903–1910
Pitcher [149]
By Speece
1930
Pitcher [150]
Tubby Spencer
1911
Catcher [151]
Stan Sperry
1936
Second baseman [152]
Hal Spindel
1945–1946
Catcher [153]
Paul Spoljaric
1999
Pitcher [154]
Jim Spotts
1930
Catcher [155]
Jerry Spradlin
1997–1998
Pitcher [156]
Homer Spragins
1947
Pitcher [157]
Jack Spring
1955
Pitcher [158]
Dennis Springer
1995
Pitcher [159]
Russ Springer
1995–1996
Pitcher [160]
Charlie Sproull
1945
Pitcher [161]
Eddie Stack
1910–1911
Pitcher [162]
Tuck Stainback
1938
Left fielder
Right fielder
[163]
Matt Stairs
2008–2009
Right fielder
Left fielder
[164]
George Stallings
1897–1898
First baseman
Right fielder
[165]
Charley Stanceu
1946
Pitcher [166]
Steve Stanicek
1989
Pinch hitter[c] [167]
Buck Stanley
1911
Pitcher [168]
Charlie Starr
1909
Pinch hitter[d] [169]
John Stearns
1974
Catcher [20]
Morrie Steevens
1964–1965
Pitcher [170]
Justin Stein
1938
Third baseman
Second baseman
[171]
Gene Steinbrenner
1912
Second baseman [172]
Ray Steineder
1924
Pitcher [173]
Casey StengelHall of Fame
1920–1921
Right fielder [5]
Dummy Stephenson
1892
Center fielder [174]
Garrett Stephenson
1997–1998
Pitcher [175]
Walter Stephenson
1937
Catcher [176]
Bobby Stevens
1931
Shortstop [21]
Dave Stewart
1985–1986
Pitcher [177]
Glen Stewart
1943–1944
Shortstop
Third baseman
[178]
Neb Stewart
1940
Left fielder [179]
Kelly Stinnett
2003
Catcher [22]
Milt Stock
1915–1918
Third baseman [180]
Kevin Stocker
1993–1997
Shortstop [181]
Gene Stone
1969
First baseman [182]
Jeff Stone
1983–1987
Left fielder [183]
Ron Stone
1969–1972
Right fielder
Left fielder
[184]
Lil Stoner
1931
Pitcher [185]
Ray Stoviak
1938
Right fielder [186]
John Strike
1886
Pitcher
Right fielder
[34]
Nick Strincevich
1948
Pitcher [187]
Dick Stuart
1965
First baseman [188]
Michael Stutes
2011
Pitcher [189]
Paul Stuffel
1950
1952–1953
Pitcher [26]
George Stutz
1926
Shortstop [190]
Gus Suhr
1939–1940
First baseman [191]
Ernie Sulik
1936
Center fielder
Left fielder
[192]
Frank Sullivan
1961–1962
Pitcher [193]
Joe Sullivan
1894–1896
Shortstop [23]
John Sullivan
1968
Catcher [194]
Tom Sullivan
1922
Pitcher [195]
Billy Sunday
1890
Center fielder [196]
Rick Surhoff
1985
Pitcher [27]
George Susce
1929
Catcher [197]
Gary Sutherland
1966–1968
Shortstop [198]
Jack Sutthoff
1904–1905
Pitcher [199]
Dale Sveum
1992
Shortstop [200]
Mike Sweeney
2010
First baseman [201]
Les Sweetland
1927–1930
Pitcher [202]
R. J. Swindle
2008
Pitcher [203]

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".[204]
  • 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,[11] and 500 innings pitched or 50 decisions are required to qualify for pitching records.[37]
  • S Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
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  • "Philadelphia Phillies Player Career Pitching Register". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved June 21, 2010.
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