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Team
Philadelphia Phillies

League
Major League Baseball
National League

Current venue
Citizens Bank Park

Managers
Terry MooreSteve O'Neill

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http://www.phillies.com

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Robin Roberts '54 #1
Robin Roberts '54 #1
by tm50 Jan 31, 2013
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Robin Roberts '54 #2
Robin Roberts '54 #2
by tm50 Jan 31, 2013
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Robin Roberts '54 #3
Robin Roberts '54 #3
by tm50 Jan 31, 2013
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Robin Roberts '54 #4
Robin Roberts '54 #4
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54 Red Heart Richie Ashburn
54 Red Heart Richie Ashburn
by tm50 Aug 19, 2012
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Del Ennis - Philadelphia
Del Ennis - Philadelphia
by tm50 Jul 17, 2012
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Robin Roberts & Jim Konstanty - Phillies
Robin Roberts & Jim Konstanty - Phillies
by tm50 Jul 08, 2012
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Robin Roberts - Phils
Robin Roberts - Phils
by tm50 Jul 06, 2012
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Curt Simmons - Phillies
Curt Simmons - Phillies
by tm50 Jul 05, 2012
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1954 Curt Simmons
1954 Curt Simmons
by tm50 Jul 04, 2012
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Herm Wehmeier - Reds Updated personal notes for Herm Wehmeier
Edited the personal notes for Herm Wehmeier.
  • Added trivia: "From 1959 to 1961 Wehmeier scouted for the Cincinnati organization and recommended the team sign Pete Rose, who like Herm, had attended Western Hills High School in Cincinnati."
by RAB88 May 04, 2012
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Herm Wehmeier - Reds Updated athletic career information for Herm Wehmeier
Added Herm Wehmeier to the 1945 Syracuse Chiefs team roster.
  • Set role to Pitcher.
Edited the career summary for Herm Wehmeier.
  • Added player career summary for Cincinnati Reds:
    "Signed as an amateur free agent by the Cincinnati Reds before the 1945 season, he made two appearances for the Cincinnati club in '45, losing his only decision. After two years in the minors, he went to Cincinnati for one inning in '47 and would be a major leaguer for the rest of his career. He was a fixture in their starting rotation from 1948 to 1952, but struggled with his control, leading the National League in walks three times - in 1949, '50 and '52. After a winning record of 11-8 despite an ERA of 5.79 in 1948, he lost more than he won for each of the next five years before finally escaping the boos at Crosley Field when he was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1954. "
  • Added player career summary for Detroit Tigers:
    "Elbow injury ended his career early."
  • Added player career summary for Philadelphia Phillies:
    "He won 10 games for Philadelphia in '54 and '55 but again had losing records. In 1955, he threw 16 consecutive scoreless innings in a pair of starts against the Milwaukee Braves. In an off-hand remark Hank Aaron referred to Wehmeier as "my worst nightmare." After losing his first two decisions for the 1956 Phillies, Herm was traded to the Cardinals "
  • Added player career summary for St. Louis Cardinals:
    "traded to the Cardinals and for the first time in eight years had a winning record at 12-11. On the penultimate day of the season he spoiled the Braves' pennant hopes. With Milwaukee and Brooklyn tied for first place, he out-dueled Warren Spahn 2-1 in 12 innings. Wehmeier was named as the Opening Day starter for the 1957 Cardinals and beat his old team, the Reds, back in Crosley Field. Herm finished the year 10-7 and at age 30 was developing into a much improved pitcher. But after three appearances with the 1958 Cardinals and another seven with the 1958 Detroit Tigers, he suffered an elbow injury that ended his career at age 31 at 92-108. "
  • Added player career summary for Syracuse Chiefs:
    "Signed as an amateur free agent by the Cincinnati Reds before the 1945 season. He was assigned to the AA Syracuse Chiefs of the IL and would go 4-8 his first year out."
by RAB88 May 04, 2012
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Stan Lopata - Phillies
Stan Lopata - Phillies
One of the all time greatest batting stances.
by tm50 Feb 17, 2012
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Smoky Burgess Philadelphia Phils 1952 Updated personal notes for Smoky Burgess
Edited the personal notes for Smoky Burgess.
  • Added trivia: "His first name was "Forrest"."
by Caesar Berardi Feb 16, 2012
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Jim Konstanty - Philadelphia
Jim Konstanty - Philadelphia
by tm50 Oct 12, 2011
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Del Ennis Philadelphia 1952
Del Ennis Philadelphia 1952
by R ungarian Aug 31, 2011
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Granny Hamner - Phillies
Granny Hamner - Phillies
by tm50 Aug 30, 2011
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Robin Roberts - Phillies
Robin Roberts - Phillies
by tm50 Aug 28, 2011
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Ted Kazanski
Ted Kazanski
Ted Kazanski - 1952 Schenectday Blue Jays
by mlsekeres Aug 18, 2011
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Del Ennis - Phillies
Del Ennis - Phillies
by tm50 Jul 28, 2011
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