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Martinsville Phillies

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Martinsville Phillies
19881998
Martinsville, Virginia
Class-level
PreviousA
Minor league affiliations
LeagueAppalachian League (1988-2003)
Carolina League (1945-1949)
Bi-State League (1934-1941)
Major league affiliations
PreviousHouston Astros (1999-2003)
Philadelphia Phillies (1940-1941; 1988–1998)
Philadelphia A's (1945-1949),
St. Louis Cardinals (1939)
Team data
Previous names
Martinsville Astros (1999-2003)
Martinsville A's (1945-1949)
Martinsville Manufacturers (1934-1941)
Previous parks
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. Martinsville was also home to the Martinsville Astros (1999-2003), Martinsville A's (1945-1949) and the Martinsville Manufacturers (1934-1941).

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Contents

Notable Martinsville alumni

Baseball Hall of Fame alumni

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

References

External links

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