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Philadelphia Phillies

All Time Third Baseman

Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt

1972 - 1989

2404 games, 548 home runs, .267 batting average

Regarded by most as the greatest third baseman to play the game, Schmidt holds career records for a third baseman in home runs (509), RBI and extra-base hits, as well as holding the single season record for home runs by a third sacker (48). He led the NL in homers a record eight times, RBI four times, slugging percentage five times, and on-base percentage three times. But it wasn't just his bat--he also won a record 10 Gold Gloves for his positon. Named the league's Most Valuable Player three times (1980, 1981, 1986), he was the dominant player of the 1980's and was enshrined in the Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1995.


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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

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