Saturday, July 4, 2015

The ABCs of All-Time Phillies Home Runs

Phillies career home run leaders by letter

The ABCs of All-Time Phillies Home Runs

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The Phillies designated Humberto Quintero for assignment Wednesday, and there is one reason we'd be sorry to see him leave the organization ... He is the Phillies' all-time leader in home runs by players whose last name starts with Q.

Before his departure, he was one of six members of the 2013 team that led (or tied) at their respective letter.

Here are the Phillies' all-time home run leaders and runners-up for each letter (2013 Phillies in bold)::

   Leader  HR         
 Runner-Up  HR
 A  Dick Allen
 204    Bobby Abreu
 195
 B
 
 Pat Burrell
 
 251
 
   Rico Brogna
 Bob Boone
 65
 65
 C  Johnny Callison
 185    Gavvy Cravath
 117
 D  Darren Daulton
 134    Ed Delahanty
 87
 E  Del Ennis
 259    Jim Eisenreich
 24
 F  Elmer Flick
 29    Pedro Feliz
 26
 G  Tony Gonzalez
 77    Doug Glanville
 49
 H  Ryan Howard
 311    Von Hayes
 124
 I  Raul Ibanez
 70    Pete Incaviglia
 53
 J  Willie Jones
 180    Deron Johnson
 88
 K  Chuck Klein
 243    John Kruk
 62
 L  Greg Luzinski
 223    Mike Lieberthal
 150
 M  Garry Maddox
 85    Sherry Magee
 75
 N  Ron Northey
 60    Bill Nicholson
 30
 O
 
 Lefty O'Doul
 
 54
 
   Gene Oliver
 Al Orth
 7
 7
 P  Placido Polanco
 51    Wally Post
 36
 Q  Humberto Quintero   
 2    Tom Quinlan
 1
 R  Jimmy Rollins
 198 
   Scott Rolen
 150 
 S  Mike Schmidt
 548    Andy Seminick
 123
 T  Jim Thome
 101    Sam Thompson   
 95
 U  Chase Utley
 212    Del Unser
 28
 V  Shane Victorino
 88    Ozzie Virgil
 46
 W 
 Cy Williams
 217    Jayson Werth
 95
 X  —      —  
 Y
 
 Delmon Young
 Michael Young
 7
 7
   Del Young
 
 3
 
 Z  Todd Zeile
 20    Jon Zuber
 3
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Boop – who goes by Bob Vetrone Jr. when he is undercover or paying bills – has been at the Daily News since 1982, after working for five years at the Philadelphia Bulletin up to its closing. Along with helping to build the sports scoreboards most nights, he has had great input into the papers’ special sports pullouts – March Madness, Broad Street Run, Record Breakers, Greatest Moments – as well as its day-to-day, award-winning event coverage.

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