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Martinsville Phillies

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Martinsville Phillies

Martinsville Phillies
Martinsville, Virginia
  • A
Minor league affiliations
  • Appalachian League
  • Major league affiliations
  • Philadelphia Phillies (1988-1998)
  • Ballpark
  • Hooker Field
  • The Martinsville Phillies were a short season minor league baseball team located in Martinsville, Virginia. Affiliated with the Philadelphia Phillies, they existed from 1988 to 1998, playing in the Appalachian League. They played their home games at Hooker Field.

    Notable alumni

    Year-by-year record

    (From Baseball Reference)

    Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
    1988 29-41 8th Roly de Armas
    1989 29-38 8th Roly de Armas
    1990 25-44 9th Roly de Armas
    1991 27-41 7th Roly de Armas
    1992 22-43 10th Roly de Armas
    1993 22-46 10th Ramon Henderson
    1994 32-36 6th Ramon Henderson
    1995 30-37 6th Ramon Henderson
    1996 20-47 8th Ramon Henderson
    1997 29-39 9th Kelly Heath
    1998 32-36 6th Greg Legg


    External links

    • The Baseball Cube
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