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Philadelphia Phillies

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Ed Delahanty

Ed Delahanty

1888 - 1903

1835 games, 101 home runs, .346 batting average

"Big Ed" Delahanty began his career with the Phillies in 1888, briefly flirted wiht the new Player's League in 1890, returned to the Phillies the following year, and finished with the American League Washington Senators beginning in 1902. He narrowly missed the triple crown in1893 with a .368 average, 19 HR, and 146 RBI. His life ended tragically at the age of 35. After being suspended from the Senators, he left his club in Detroit to take a train to New York. Near Niagara Falls, the conductor put him off the train for being drunk and disorderly. Staggering along the tracks in the dark, he fell through a train trestle and was swept over the falls.


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Manager Gene Mauch
First Baseman Dick Allen
Second Baseman Tony Taylor
Third Baseman Mike Schmidt
Shortstop Larry Bowa
Left Fielder Sherry Magee
Center Fielder Richie Ashburn
Right Fielder Johnny Callison
Catcher Bob Boone
RH Pitcher Robin Roberts
LH Pitcher Steve Carlton
Closer Tug McGraw

Bobby Abreu, Pete Alexander, Dave Bancroft, David Bell, Jim Bunning, Pat Burrell, Marlon Byrd, Dolph Camilli, Dave Cash, Gavy Cravath, Darren Daulton, Ed Delahanty, Lenny Dykstra, Del Ennis, Elmer Flick, Doug Glanville, Cole Hamels, Granny Hammer, Billy Hamilton, Ryan Howard, Greg Jefferies, Deron Johnson, Jim Konstanty, Chuck Klein, John Kruk, Mike Lieberthal, Greg Luzinski, Kevin Millwood, Vincente Padilla, Ron Reed, Scott Rolen, Jimmy Rollins, Pete Rose, Carlos Ruiz, Curt Schilling, Andy Seminick, Chris Short, Curt Simmons, Ray Thomas, Jim Thome, Sam Thompson, Chase Utley, Shane Victorino, Billy Wagner, Turk Wendell, Rick Wise, Randy Wolf

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