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2404 -3B ('72-'89) First-ballot HOF, 548 HRs, all-time Phils leader in G, AB, H, R, RBI, HR, BB
1594 -SS ('70-'81) 5-time AS, 2-time Gold Glove winner, MGR of Phils (2001-04)
1328 -OF ('75-'86) Secretary of Defense, 8-time Gold Glove winner, twice finished 3rd in NL in AVG ('73, '76)
1281 -OF ('70-'80) 4-time AS, twice NL MVP runner-up ('75, '77), 223 HR as a Phillie (5th all-time), noted BBQ lover
1208 -OF/1B ('83-'91) Led NL in 2B and Runs in '86, acquired from CLE for 5 players
1125 -C ('72-'81) 7-time Gold Glove winner, 4-time AS, part of three-generation ML family
1109 -C ('83, '85-'97) 3-time AS, batted .389 with FLA in '97 WS, hope he sees this quiz before 2012
1080 -OF/PH ('79-'88) Primarily a PH, 1547 AB as a Phillie with only 1 HR
965 -2B ('90-'97, '00) 1-time AS ('95), played on '88 Olympic team
934 -OF ('98-'06) 2 well-deserved AS ('04, '05), 1 highly-questionable Gold Glove ('05), 254 HR, .416 OBP as a Phillie
858 -C ('94-'06) 2-time AS, 1 Gold Glove, 3rd overall pick in 1990 draft
852 -2B/OF ('83-'89) 3-time AS, member of Phillies HOF, led league in Outs Made 3 times as Phillie
844 -3B ('96-'02) 1997 NL ROY, 5-time AS, 7-time Gold Glove winner, traded to Baseball Heaven in 2002
753 -OF ('98-'02, '04) Penn graduate, acquired for 965, NY Times contributor
745 -1B ('79-'83) 17-time AS, 1963 NL ROY, 1973 NL MVP, Hit King
744 -1B ('89-'94) 3-time AS, cancer survivor, mullet afficionado
734 -OF ('89-'96) 3-time AS, led NL in AB, Runs, Hits, and BB in 1993, noted stock market wizard
662 -1B ('88-'94) hit HR in first ML at-bat
653 -SS ('83-'89) homered from both sides of plate in same game, hit 3 other homers in his entire career
651 -1B/OF ('72-'77) now Florida Marlins announcer
633 -1B/OF ('70-'75, '82) led NL in 2B ('72), traded for 1328
602 -OF ('84-'87) 1-time AS ('85), averaged 19 OF assists from 1985-87
584 -C ('70-'72, '75-'80) 2-time AS with STL before joining Phillies, author, broadcaster, singer, gigantic head
584 -OF ('86-'88, '93-'94) 9th in NL in AVG in 1987, current hitting coach
569 -OF ('00-'08) 1st overall pick in 1998 draft, 265 HR as a Phillie (3rd all-time), dog lover
560 -IF ('95-'01), attended U. Nebraska, now minor-league coach in Phils organization
553 -OF ('77-'81), 1974 NL ROY, batted .309 for 1980 World Champions, rocked the afro
550 -3B ('90-'95, '02), 1-time AS ('93) switch-hitter, angry, angry man
550 -OF/PH ('73-'74, '79-'82) batted .455 in 1980 postseason
545 -SS ('93-'97) traded for 934 in one of best trades in Phillies history
519 -3B ('89-'91, '95) caught last out of 170's no-hitter in 1990
502 -2B ('79-'82), 4-time AS, 3-time Gold Glove winner, 1980 NLCS MVP
501 -P ('72-'86) First-ballot HOF, 4-time Cy Young winner, winningest Phillie ever
499 -OF ('93-'96) batted .324 as a Phillie, batted .500 for FLA in 1997 WS
496 -1B ('97-'00) drove in 100+ runs in '98 and '99, manager of Mobile BayBears
488 -OF ('71-'75, '79) 6th overall pick in '69 draft, traded for 458
484 -2B ('74-'76) 3-time AS ('74-'76), convinced the Phillies 'Yes, We Can'
482 -SS ('00-'09) 3-time AS, 3-time Gold Glove, 2007 NL MVP
479 -2B ('98-'02) 2nd round pick in 1995, played for 5 times since leaving Phils
473 -1B/OF ('95-'98) signed as big-money free agent prior to 1995 season, 2-time AS before joining Phillies
471 -IF ('80-'88) currently 1B coach for the Mets
463 -P ('75-'84) threw final pitch of 1980 WS, Ya Gotta Believe
463 -SS ('82-'84) acquired for 1594 and a minor-leaguer, starting SS on 1983 NL Champs
462 -OF ('74-'78) noted prankster, hit .303 in parts of 5 seasons with Phils
458 -P ('76-'83) played 119 games for Detroit Pistons from 1965-67
444 -OF ('74-'78) part of trade with CHC to acquire 502, frequent defensive replacement for 1281
439 -OF ('80-'83, '88-'89) Won Gold Glove for CHC in '84, nicknamed 'White Lightning'
431 -SS ('89-'91) very promising career derailed when hit in eye with a pitch in '84
424 -IF ('95-'00) started more than 20 games at 6 positions for Phillies
421 -OF ('92-'93, '96-'98) second-generation Phillie, bat boy for 1980 champs, Asst. GM for 2008 champs, smug
406 -2B/SS ('92-'95) 1-time AS ('94), played for '90 and '96 WS winners
395 -OF ('81-'83) 1983 NLCS MVP, current Phillies announcer as well
387 -2B/SS ('67, '69-'77) played entire career with Phillies, second-best Phillie ever from Ohio Univ.
383 -C ('80-'85) 2-time AS ('85, '87) traded for 584 and 218
366 -1B ('00-'02) acquired with 3 others in exchange for 244 (#2)
351 -OF ('72-'74, '83) played for '79 WS champs with PIT, long career as hitting coach
334 -2B ('70-'73) slick-fielding 2B, started for 1975 AL Champion Red Sox
333 -C ('82-'85) Starting C on 1983 NL Champs, died installing satellite dish on roof
330 -3B ('84-'87) Phils moved 2404 to 1B early in '85 to get his bat in the lineup, it didn't last
330- P ('94-'98, '01-'02) Phillies rep in 1996 AS Game at the Vet
326 -OF ('86-'89) traded for 744, brother played in NFL, nephew hates Mike Leach
324 -IF ('00-'05) utility infielder, pie man
320- SS ('96-'00) acquired in exchange for 170 from SEA in '96
315 -OF ('90-'94) batted .364 in 1993 NLCS
312 -P ('83-'90) 9th in NL in Wins in '87, led NL in losses in '89
296 -OF ('83-'87) stole 68 bases in 896 PAs with Phils
295 -OF ('93-'94, '96) went straight to majors in '86 after college career at Okla. St.
Games PlayedPlayer
291 -P ('85-'88) 8th all-time in games pitched, played for 1979 WS Champs with PIT
289 -2B/OF ('89-'91, '95) acquired with 744 in exchange for 326, nicknamed Spike
288 -P ('97-'01) 4th overall pick in 1993 draft, saved 19 games in '99
273 -SS/3B ('68-'72) 4-time AS with MIL, displaced as starting 3B by hot-shot rookie in 1973
272 -OF/PH ('74-'77), two brothers played in MLB and NFL, respectively, nicknamed 'Downtown'
270 -2B ('89-'90) played in 3 WS with STL, native of Lancaster, PA
266 -1B/3B/OF ('69-'73), won WS with OAK in '73, long-time ML coach after playing career
260 -2B ('77-'78) 1969 NL ROY, traded for his replacement (502)
259 -C/OF ('84-'88) caught Nolan Ryan no-hitter with TEX in '90, current ML manager
255 -1B ('77-'78) Won WS with PIT in '71, dug graves in off-season, Phillies hitting coach in '01
253 -C ('87-'88) 8-time AS, once with Phillies
250 -P ('74-'78) 30 saves with ATL in '82, ended 745's 44-game hit streak in '78
246 -OF ('99-'01) traded to TOR on 7/26/00, traded back to PHI on 8/7/00
244 -IF ('98-'00) won WS with FLA in '97, played for 5 teams in 11-year career
244 -P ('92-'00) 6-time AS, 1993 NLCS MVP, 2001 WS co-MVP, blogger, patriot, loudmouth
243 -P ('73-'83) 3rd overall pick in '82 draft, hit 11 career HRs
241 -P ('83-'86, '93-'94) traded by BOS to HOU in '90 for Jeff Bagwell, currently a broadcaster
228 -OF ('90-'92) Back-to-back NL MVP ('82-'83)
227 -OF ('99-'00) 2-time AS with ATL and CIN ('92, '95)
221 -OF ('80-'82) One of five players traded for 1208
218 -P ('86-'89) 1987 NL Cy Young winner, acquired from ATL for 383, traded to SF for 519 and 170
217 -OF ('02-'04) Hit HR for only run in Kevin Millwood's no-hitter in '03
212 -P ('73-'75, '78-'83) 2-time AS with Phils and ATL, threw last pitch of 1980 NLCS in rare relief role
208 -1B/OF ('83-'85) posted .341 AVG and .440 OBP in 248 PAs in 1984
206 -P ('01-'03, '07) Phillies all-time saves leader, 2-time AS with CLE
204 -1B/3B/OF ('63-'68, '75-'76), 1964 NL ROY, 8th all-time in HRs by a Phillie
204 -P ('83-'88) suspended in '87 for sandpaper in his glove, threw no-hitter for LAD in '92
203 -2B/3B ('61-'71, '74-'76) 4th-most games played of any Phillie and 11th in Hits
200 -P ('91-'93) 3rd all-time on Phillies Saves list, had some control problems
198 -P ('86-'91) pitched alongside Roger Clemens at U. of Texas, gave up Tony Gwynn's 2000th hit
197 -SS/3B ('91-'94) only ML player ever with first name Kimothy
196 -OF ('78-'81) Began 17-year ML career with Phillies, NL MVP runner-up in '82 with STL
194 -C ('92-94, '01-'05) hit walk-off HR to end 1999 NLDS for NYM
191 -OF ('71-'72) two-time MVP in AAA, hit first GS at the Vet, last player to wear #20 before 2404
188 -P ('73-'79) 1967 AL Cy Young winner with BOS, became dentist after 15-year ML career
188 -P ('71-'77) All-Star in 1973, went 33-43 lifetime for Phillies
179 -P ('01-'06) Lefty specialist from Canada who was awesome in '03 (8-0, 1.70)
179 -P ('77-'82) Blew save but got Win in Game 4 of 1980 NLCS
175 -2B/3B ('02-'05) acquired for 844, 2-time Gold Glove winner and 2006 ALCS MVP with DET
170 -P ('89-'93, '96) threw no-hitter in 1990, started and won Game 2 of 1993 WS, pitched for 11 teams
167 -1B ('81-'84) batted .286 with 4 HR in 17 starts at 1B during 1983 stretch run
167 -OF ('83-'84, '86) acquired from SDP during '83 season, now in SFG front-office
166 -OF ('70-'72) traded with 191 for 550 (#2), had baseball's all-time greatest afro
165 -C ('89-'92), threw out 45% of would-be base-stealers, 9th all-time
165 -OF ('86-'87) brother was long-time Orioles OF, nephew is current big-league pitcher
163 -OF ('01-'05) traded to CLE for Arthur Lee Rhodes, he fought the law and the law won
159 -1B ('03-'05) hit 96 HR as a Phillie, 468 HR elsewhere, 5-time All-Star
154 -OF ('96-'97) most comparable player on Baseball-Reference is Tony Gwynn -- that's Tony Gwynn, Jr.
154 -P ('89-'91) acquired for 852, won 1986 WS with NYM
154 -OF ('88) acquired from SEA for 602, first batter in first night game at Wrigley (unofficial because game was rained out in 4th inning), starting QB for Missouri ('79-'80)
150 -IF ('70-'71, '76-'81) good-field, no-hit reserve infielder (lifetime .161 AVG), longtime coach for Phillies, member of Phils HOF
149 -P ('94-'96, '98) traded to NYM for 496, pitched 207 games in majors, 623 in 17 minor-league seasons
149 -P ('75-'80, '86) hit two HRs in one game in '78, also pitched for MIL, MON, and SFG in 12-year career
147 -P ('99-'06) brother of ML umpire, known for devoted cheering section in 700 level outfield
147 -P ('87-'88, '91-'92) 5th in career wins among former BYU players with 6 wins (248 behind Jack Morris)
147 -P ('84-'88) 1-time AS ('86), 2nd in NL in wins in '87, acquired from NYY for Marty Bystrom
145 -IF ('83-'85) Played for BAL in '79 WS (in which he hit .400 in 20 ABs)
145 -OF ('02-'05) batted .303 as a rookie in '03, .228 the next year, traded to WAS for Endy Chavez
145 -P ('97-'98) 5th in NL in Games Pitched in '97, traded to CLE for Chad Ogea
142 -2B ('98) batted .249 with 9 HR as starting 2B in his one year as a Phillie, en route to one of 5 other teams in his career
141 -P ('72-'74) traded with 550 for 463, led Phils in SV in '72 with 4. Yup, 4.
139 -P ('83-85) 1-time AS ('84), Rolaids Relief Man Award winner ('83), traded for 291
139 -OF ('93-'95) acquired along with 315 in exchange for Carmelo Martinez
138 -2B ('96, '99) spent 4 seasons as starting 2B/3B for SWB Red Barons and another as utility player (AAA), entire ML career with Phillies
138 -C ('78-'81) traded to CHC, has second-most hits in College World Series history with Texas, current broadcaster for UT baseball and football
137 -P ('89-'90) tied for team lead in wins in '89 with 12, acquired in exchange for 204 (#2), traded for 228 (#2)
136 -2B ('91-'92), played for '86 WS Champs with NYM, managed ARZ for 4 days in '04 off-season
Games PlayedPlayer
136 -C ('96) 1987 NL ROY, hit career-high 30 HR for Phillies in '96 during much-traveled (9 teams) career
136 -OF ('69-'72) acquired from BAL for Clay Dalrymple, hit .240 in 782 Phillies at bats, given name same as judge on Night Court but went by his middle name
136 -3B/1B ('96) hit 20 of his 253 career HR with Phillies in long, winding career (16 seasons, 11 teams)
131 -P ('83-'86) pitched CG win in Game 3 of '83 NLCS, traded to NYY for Mike Easler
130 -P ('02-'03) traded to MIN for Eric Milton, received insane free-agent contract from SEA in '07-'08 off-season
130 -OF ('89-'90) batted .318 in '87 post-season with STL, acquired with 165(#1) for 584 (#2)
130 -P ('71-'73) went 15-17 in 3 seasons with Phillies, one of two Phillies players known as 'Bucky'
128 -P ('92-'96, '03), 2-time 'All-Star' with PIT ('02, '03), helped torpedo Phillies '03 wild card hopes with 0-4, 5.96 ERA stinkbomb after deadline acquisition
127 -C ('75-'76) traded to LAD for 260, later managed BAL and TEX
127 -OF ('83-'84) involved in trades for two HOFers (Fingers, O. Smith), acquired by Phils at '83 trade deadline from SDP, his name should be Antonio Alfonseca's nickname
125 -P ('74-'76) spent 7 years as ML pitching coach, 10 years as GM of CWS, currently special adviser to GM for WAS
125 -1B/OF ('76-'77) played in 4 WS for STL and CIN ('67, '68, '70, '72)
124 -2B/SS ('78-'79) played 13 seasons for NYM including Amazin' Mets of '69, fought with 745 in '73 NLCS
124 -P ('69-'73) went 18-32 for terrible teams, traded to ATL for 125 (#1)
123 -2B ('83) hit .230 but with .370 OBP for '83 NL Champs, 10-time AS, 2-time MVP, HOF, consistent, will almost certainly not read this quiz
122 -P ('93-'96) rotund lefty was key set-up man for '93 NL Champs, not an all-star PF for the Hornets
122 -IF ('77-'78) OBP of .408 with 8 HR as key reserve in '77, later a WS winning MGR
121 -1B/OF ('70-'72) won Int'l League MVP in '76, traded by Phils to MIN after '72 season for 97 (#1)
120 -OF ('95-'96) had 4 HR and 12 RBI in one game in '93 with STL, acquired from BOS for 550 (#1)
118 -1B/C ('84-'85) acquired from DET with 602 for Willie Hernandez, career backup C
117 -C ('68-'73) longtime coach with the Phillies after playing days, nicknamed 'Irish'
116 -P ('96-'99) acquired from BOS for 113, currently a baseball analyst for NESN
116 -1B/OF ('78-'79) Played against Phillies in 1980 WS with KC, played for 9 teams in 18-year career ('63-'80)
116 -IF ('79-81) nephew currently SS for KC, was backup IF on 1980 WS Champs
115 -P ('00-'05) On the mound when 2002 AS game was called a tie, acquired for 244 (#2)
113 -P ('94-95) winning pitcher in '95 AS Game, saved 32 games in '95
112 -P ('02-'03, '05) started 19 games in '02, otherwise pitched in relief for Phils
111 -P ('90-'95) threw no-hitter vs MON in '91, won 16 games for '93 NL Champs
110 -P ('88-'89) threw with both hands in a game in '95
109 -C ('95-96, '98-'01) named in Mitchell Report, he hit 22 HR as a career back-up catcher
109 -P ('99-'02) acquired from TOR for Paul Spoljaric, hit 2 HR in a game in '02, won 15 games in '01
108 -OF ('96-'99) later played for DET in 7-year career as reserve OF
107 -P ('76-'79) 16-time Gold Glove winner, won 283 games in 25-year career
105 -P ('69-'73) pitched 173 games for Phils, all in relief, same given name as last batter in 1980 WS
102 -P ('90-'91) nicknamed 'The Saver', he saved only 49 games in 12-year career, but it rhymed with his last name
101 -P ('90-'91) 7th overall pick of '83 draft by SEA, currently bullpen coach for SD
101 -IF ('90-'91) also played for STL in non-descript 5-year career
100 -P ('97-'98) led NL in losses in '97, saved 23 games in '98, combined with brother for 227 ML wins
99 -P ('02-'03) threw last pitch for Philllies at the Vet, now an analyst for MLB Network
99 -C ('01-'02) traded to ATL for Kevin Millwood, AS in '04
99 -OF/PH ('73-'75) started only 8 of 99 games in his 3-year ML career, drafted in 2nd round by Phils in 1969
98- OF ('89) won 6 Gold Gloves with OAK in '80s, currently TOR hitting coach
97- IF/OF ('73) played all nine positions in one game for MIN in '68
97- OF ('88-'91) promising career cut short by two devastating knee injuries
95 -P ('82-'85) acquired from CLE, won 1983 NL Cy Young Award
95 -P ('01-'02) acquired from KC in exchange for Paul Byrd
94 -OF ('91-'92) batted .321 in '87 postseason for STL
93 -OF ('92, '94-'95) batted .246 in 252 AB over three seasons with Phils
92- P ('98-'99) had three cousins who also pitched in major leagues
92 -P ('80-'82) saved 238 games, most with NYY, won '77 AL Cy Young
91 -1B ('83) played 23 seasons, most with CIN, member of HOF
90 -OF ('86) acquired from Reds for 95 (#1), stole 25 bases in 90 G as Phillie
90 -P ('74-'77) won 14 games as rookie in '75, traded to STL for 553
89 -P ('99-'01, '03-'05) swung between rotation and bullpen, Scranton and Philadelphia for parts of six seasons with Phils
89- P('70-'72, '75) traded to Philllies from STL as part of Curt Flood trade, 1-time AS ('70)
87 -P('00-'01) once complained about Harry Kalas sitting in back of team plane, getting Kalas briefly banished from players' section
86 -P('86-'87) long-time closer for CIN, acquired along with with 90 (#1) for 95(#1)
85 -1B ('00) played in 3 WS for ATL, same name as 83 (#2)
85 -SS ('85-'86) acquired in exchange for 333, traded to MON
85 -3B ('03-'06) part of 3-generation ML family, hit for cycle in '04
85 -OF ('91) seven-year career as part-time OF, most with STL
84 -P ('70-'72) went 2-15 in 33 games for awful '72 team, born in Bucks County
84 -P ('89-'90, '01) WP in Game 3 of '97 WS for FLA, known for having dirtiest cap in the game
83 -OF ('97) father also played in ML, had 10-season career with CHC, MON, BAL, HOU, MIL
83 -OF ('01) 2-time AL SB leader ('97, '99), same name as 85 (#1)
82 (tie) - 1B/OF ('02)/C ('72) Brother of former AL MVP, probably should have slid past Jeter / acquired from MON in exchange for 584 (#1)

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