Wednesday, May 25, 2016

2016 Phillies Team Issue - 2nd Edition


Number of Cards:  38
Card Size:  4" x 6"
Description:  Following the standard formula for team-issued photo card sets in recent years, the front of the cards feature the player's name, position and uniform number on a band across the bottom of the card.  The band for this set is wood-grained, using a design element last used for the 2012 first edition team set.  A Phillies logo appears on every card in the top left.  The horizontal card backs feature biographical information and complete career statistics.

With the exception of the Cody Asche card, all photos used for these cards are from the first month and a half of the 2016 season.

How Distributed:  The second series set went on sale at Citizens Bank Park on or around May 20th for $5 a set.  I attended the game on May 17th, and I'm fairly certain the first series set was still on sale at that point.

Complete Standard Checklist:  The cards are unnumbered, but I've presented them below ordered by uniform number.

  • 2 - Tyler Goeddel
  • 3 - David Lough
  • 4 - Andres Blanco
  • 5 - Steve Henderson CO
  • 6 - Ryan Howard
  • 7 - Maikel Franco
  • 8 - Juan Samuel CO
  • 9 - John McLaren CO
  • 10 - Larry Bowa CO
  • 12 - Mickey Morandini CO
  • 13 - Freddy Galvis
  • 15 - Emmanuel Burriss
  • 16 - Cesar Hernandez
  • 17 - Peter Bourjos
  • 18 - Darin Ruf
  • 22 - Bob McClure CO
  • 25 - Cody Asche
  • 27 - Aaron Nola
  • 28 - Vince Velasquez
One and Done (0 for now)
First Appearances (2):  Murray, Neris
Returning Players (26):  Araujo, Asche, Bailey, Blanco, Bourjos, Burriss, Eickhoff, Franco, Galvis, Garcia, Goeddel, Gomez, Hellickson, C. Hernandez, D. Hernandez, Herrera, Hinojosa, Howard, Lough, Morgan, Nola, Oberholtzer, Ruf, Ruiz, Rupp, Velasquez

The First Appearance designation is for players who have never before appeared within a Phillies team issued set.  These players may have already appeared on other Phillies baseball cards.

Manager (1):  Mackanin
Coaches (7):  Bowa, Henderson, Kranitz, McClure, McLaren, Morandini, Samuel
Phillie Phanatic (1):  The Phanatic is shown wearing the day week day alternate red jersey top.
Broadcasters (1):  After an absence in the first series, the broadcasters card returns with Tom McCarthy, Larry Andersen, Ben Davis, Scott Franzke, Gregg Murphy, Mike Schmidt, Matt Stairs and Jim Jackson.
Other Cards (0)

The following players who were in the first series set have been dropped from this second series set (6):  Bobby LaFromboise, Charlie Morton, Edward Mujica, James Russell, Daniel Stumpf and Darnell Sweeney.  Morton is out for the season with an injury, Stumpf has been suspended for PEDs and the other four players are all currently with the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.

The following players/cards have been added (4):  Elvis Araujo, Colton Murray, Hector Neris, Broadcasters.

Tommy Joseph, recalled from Lehigh Valley on May 13th, is the most notable omission from the second series set.  Joseph and Cedric Hunter, who was the Phillies opening day left fielder, are the only two members of the 2016 Phillies to date to not appear in the team issued photo card set.

Also See:  Ben & Doug's Amazing Autograph Adventure

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

2016 Bowman #67 Odubel Herrera

Tigers 5Phillies 4
Game 45 - Monday Night, May 23rd in Detroit
Record - 25-20, 3rd place, 2 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies and Tigers combined for six solo home runs, but ultimately the Tigers prevailed, 5-4.

What It Means:  The Phillies have now lost three of their last four games. The trail doesn't get any easier as they're entering a stretch of playing all above .500 teams.

What Happened:  Vince Velasquez struggled again with his control, and he was gone from this game after 95 pitches and just four-plus innings.  Colton Murray entered the game and allowed the final two deciding runs to score.  Maikel Franco and Tommy Joseph both homered for the Phillies, while Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs for the Tigers.

Featured Card:  Pete Mackanin sent a message to one of his stars and the entire team by benching Odubel Herrera in the seventh inning after Herrera failed to run out a grounder back to the pitcher. The move may have cost the Phillies some much needed offense in the latter innings, but it had to be done and hopefully it pays dividends throughout the rest of the season.

This is Herrera's most recent mainstream card, from the 2016 Bowman release.

Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

2016 Chachi #29 Bob McClure CO

#22
Robert Craig McClure
Pitching Coach

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Left  Height:  5'11"  Weight:  205
Born:  April 29, 1952, Oakland, CA
Home:  Stuart, FL
Teams - As Player:  Kansas City Royals 1975-1976; Milwaukee Brewers 1977-1986; Montreal Expos 1987-1988; New York Mets 1988; California Angels 1989-1991; St. Louis Cardinals 1991-1992; Florida Marlins 1993
Teams - As Coach:  Florida Marlins 1994; Kansas City Royals 2006-2011; Boston Red Sox 2012; Phillies 2014-

1976 Topps #599
2014 Chachi #29
2014 Phillies Team Issue #22
6 McClure Baseball Cards in My Collection per Zistle
First Card:  2014 Phillies Team Issue #22
First Phillies Card:  2014 Phillies Team Issue #22
First Phillies Team Issued Card:  2014 Phillies Team Issue #22
Latest Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue 2 #22

First Topps Flagship Base Card:  1976 Topps #599 (with Rob Dressler, Ron Guidry and Pat Zachry)

Complete Chachi Checklist
2014 Chachi #29
2015 Chachi #29
2016 Chachi #29

Card statistics through 5/23/16.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Series Preview - Phillies at Tigers: May 23rd to May 25th


Monday and Tuesday 7:10, Wednesday 1:10
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI

Phillies 25-19, 3rd place in the N.L. East, 2 games behind the Nationals
Tigers 21-22, 4th place in the A.L. Central, 4 1/2 games behind the White Sox

Phillies Probables:  Vince Velasquez (5-1, 2.42), Jeremy Hellickson (4-2, 3.99), Aaron Nola (3-3, 2.85)
Tigers Probables:  Mike Pelfrey (0-4, 5.49), Justin Verlandar (3-4, 4.58), Anibal Sanchez (3-5, 6.23)

At the Ballpark:  On Tuesday night, the first 10,000 adults will receive a Tigers patriotic hat in celebration of Armed Forces and Veteran Recognition night at the ballpark.

Phillies Leaders
Average:  Odubel Herrera - .325
Runs:  Odubel Herrera - 26
Home Runs:  Ryan Howard - 8
RBIs:  Maikel Franco - 25
Stolen Bases:  Odubel Herrera - 6

Wins:  Vince Velasquez - 5
ERA:  Vince Velasquez - 2.42
Strikeouts:  Aaron Nola - 64
Saves:  Jeanmar Gomez - 16

Tigers Leaders
Average:  Nick Castellanos - .340
Runs:  Ian Kinsler - 40
Home Runs:  Ian Kinsler - 10
RBIs:  Nick Castellanos - 30
Stolen Bases:  Ian Kinsler and Cameron Maybin - 4

Wins:  Jordan Zimmermann - 7
ERA:  Jordan Zimmermann - 2.52
Strikeouts:  Justin Verlander - 60
Saves:  Francisco Rodriguez - 12

1970 Topps #662
1970 Topps #313
1970 Topps Appreciation:  I wonder how these two former Phillies manager would handle the entire Ryan Howard situation?  Howard, clearly in continuous decline, has struggled mightily so far this season and has lost his every day first baseman's job whenever there's a left-handed pitcher starting for the opponent.  Darin Ruf shared platoon duties with Howard at the start of the season and Tommy Joseph is now languishing behind the former All-Star.  I get that it's a delicate situation, but Howard's .161 average and his 4 for 44 in the month of May (through Saturday) is impossible to defend.

On to the 1970 Topps Appreciation portion of this post . . . Frank Lucchesi was a first year manager in 1970, guiding the Phillies to a fifth place finish in the National League with a 73-88 record.  His tenure would last until July 9, 1972 when Paul Owens came down from the front office to manage the team through the duration of one of their worst seasons in franchise history.  Lucchesi's overall record at the helm for the Phillies was 166-233.  He'd manage again for the Rangers from 1975 to 1977 (142-149) and on an interim basis for the Cubs in 1987 (8-17).

Mayo Smith managed in parts of three decades for the Phillies (1955-1958), Reds (1959) and Tigers (1967-1970).  He's featured as the Phillies manager in both the 1955 and 1956 Topps sets.  1970 was to be his final season managing in the Majors, and he guided the Tigers to a 79-83 finish.  Billy Martin would take over in Detroit in 1971.

A quick word about my 1956 Topps blog . . . It's still out there, although it's been dormant since late March.  I kind of thought this would happen once the Phillies season was in full swing, although I thought I'd have more time to dedicate to the 1956 Topps set since the Phillies were predicted to be awful in 2016.  The Phillies haven't been awful, and my 1956 Topps blog has paid the price.  Rest assured, I'll pick it up again at some point and my goal is to finish it up in a shorter time frame (about 20 years) than it took my Dad and me to complete the set.

1956 Topps #60

2016 Topps #2 Jared Eickhoff

Phillies 5Braves 0
Game 44 - Sunday Afternoon, May 22nd in Philadelphia
Record - 25-19, 3rd place, 2 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  Jared Eickhoff threw seven shutout innings and the offense pounded out 13 hits in this 5-0 win over the Braves

What It Means:  The win salvaged the series and gave the Phillies their seventh shutout of the season, the tops in the Majors.  The Phillies had seven shutouts all of last season.  They'll fly to Detroit and open a three-game series against the Tigers on Monday night.

What Happened:  Eickhoff looked great, allowing five hits and striking out three in his outing. Odubel Herrera, Maikel Franco, Cameron Rupp and Freddy Galvis all had mulit-hit games.  Rupp hit his second home run, a solo shot, in the second inning to start the scoring for the Phils.

Featured Card:  This is Eickhoff's first card from a Topps flagship set.  Both my boys are convinced that they were good luck charms for Eickhoff in his start in this game, as Eickhoff had signed autographs for both of them on Friday night.

Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

1998 Pacific Online #569 Yorkis Perez

Braves 2Phillies 0
Game 43 - Saturday Afternoon, May 21st in Philadelphia
Record - 24-19

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies were undone again by Williams Perez as they slogged through a rainy 2-0 loss to the Braves.

What It Means:  Yikes.  The Phils have looked fairly awful in two straight games against a horrendous Braves team.  They'll try to avoid the sweep on Sunday afternoon.

What Happened:  Here's the Phillies offense for the day:  David Lough singled in the third, Tyler Goeddel singled in the fifth, and Maikel Franco walked in the seventh.  That was it.

Adam Morgan deserved better, allowing two runs on four hits in his six innings of work.

Featured Card:  The last time Perez dominated the lethargic Phillies line-up, I featured the 1999 Fleer Tradition card of Yorkis Perez.  Here's another card of Yorkis, this time from the 1999 Pacific Online set.

Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Ben & Doug's Amazing Autograph Adventure at the @Phillies Game

Pre-game preparations
Eickhoff signing for Doug & Ben
Braves 7Phillies 1
Game 42 - Friday Night, May 20th in Philadelphia
Record - 24-18, 2nd place, 2 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  Bad defense and a quiet offense led to an easy 7-1 win for the Braves over the Phillies.

What It Means:  The Phils were so close to first place and now, thanks in part to the red hot Nationals, they're still in second place, two games back.

What Happened:  The Braves hit three two-run home runs (two from Freddie Freeman) and Maikel Franco committed two big errors.  The offense managed six hits and went 0 for 5 with runners in scoring position.

Aaron Nola pitched seven innings, allowing five runs (two earned) on seven hits.


Featured Cards/Field Report:  We decided to splurge last night and get four tickets in Section 115, five rows from the field, right behind first base and just off the corner of the Phillies dugout.  It was Bark in the Park night, so while 360 dogs paraded around the warning track, our boys Doug and Ben positioned themselves at the edge of the Phillies dugout with their new (more on that later) photo card sets and two Sharpies.

After about 25 minutes of waiting, the Phillies young players did not disappoint these two eager autograph seekers.  Jared Eickhoff was the first to acknowledge them, followed by Adam Morgan, Odubel Herrera, David Lough and Tommy Joseph.  Joseph was omitted from the second team-issued photo card set, so the boys had to get creative.  Doug had Joseph sign his hat (after receiving a "What's up, bro" from Joseph) and Ben had him sign his Phillie Phanatic card.


The boys capped their autograph seeking with a final autograph from Phillies broadcaster Gregg Murphy.  The game itself was lousy, but Jenna and both boys found themselves on Phanavision during one of the between innings breaks, which absolutely thrilled our youngest son Ben.  We got to see the Phanatic dance on the dugout and we wisely left the game right before Brett Oberholtzer served up Freeman's second home run.

It was a great night, and one I won't soon forget.  The players who signed for our boys gained lifelong fans, and what's best is that both our boys have already asked when we can all go back again.

Joseph signing Doug's hat
Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

2016 Chachi #28 Steve Henderson CO

#5
Steven Curtis Henderson
Hitting Coach

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  6'1"  Weight:  240
Born:  November 18, 1952, Houston, TX
Home:  Tampa, FL
Teams - As Player:  New York Mets 1977-1980; Chicago  Cubs 1981-1982; Seattle Mariners 1983-1984; Oakland Athletics 1985-1987; Houston Astros 1988
Teams - As Coach:  Houston Astros 1994-1996; Tampa Bay Rays 1998, 2006-2009; Phillies 2013-

1978 Topps #134
2013 Chachi #26
2013 Phillies Team Issue #5
7 Henderson Baseball Cards in My Collection per Zistle
First Card:  2013 Phillies Team Issue #5
First Phillies Card:  2013 Phillies Team Issue #5
First Phillies Team Issued Card:  2013 Phillies Team Issue #5
Latest Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #5

First Topps Flagship Base Card:  1978 Topps #134

Complete Chachi Checklist
2013 Chachi #26 (with Charlie Manuel, Mick Billmeyer, Rod Nichols and Juan Samuel)
2014 Chachi #28
2015 Chachi #28
2016 Chachi #28

Card statistics through 5/20/16.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Series Preview - Braves at Phillies: May 20th to May 22nd


Friday 7:05, Saturday 3:05 and Braves 1:35
Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, PA

Braves 10-30, 5th place in the N.L. East, 14 1/2 games behind the Nationals
Phillies 24-17, 2nd place in the N.L. East, 1 game behind the Nationals

Braves Probables:  Matt Wisler (1-3, 3.14), Williams Perez (1-1, 4.78), TBD
Phillies Probables:  Aaron Nola (3-2, 2.89), Adam Morgan (1-1, 6.41), Jared Eickhoff (1-6, 4.44)

At the Ballpark:  It's Phillies Bark at the Park tonight, limited to first 300 dogs who also happen to be Phillies fans.  According to the Phillies website, this special event is already sold out which is a shame since I know our dog Chewbacca would have loved to have barked at the park.  He pretty much loves to bark anywhere actually.

On Saturday, all kids will get the latest in a series of Phillie Phanatic children's books.  On Sunday, all fans will receive a cool baby blue, retro Phillies visor.

Braves Leaders
Average:  Freddie Freeman - .267
Runs:  Freddie Freeman - 17
Home Runs:  Freddie Freeman - 6
RBIs:  Nick Markakis - 22
Stolen Bases:  Mallex Smith - 6

Wins:  Ten tied with - 1
ERA:  Julio Teheran - 2.73
Strikeouts:  Julio Teheran - 47
Saves:  Arodys Vizcaino - 4

Phillies Leaders
Average:  Odubel Herrera - .333
Runs:  Odubel Herrera - 25
Home Runs:  Ryan Howard - 8
RBIs:  Maikel Franco - 23
Stolen Bases:  Odubel Herrera - 6

Wins:  Vince Velasquez - 5
ERA:  Vince Velasquez - 2.42
Strikeouts:  Vince Velasquez - 59
Saves:  Jeanmar Gomez - 16

1970 Topps #105
1970 Topps #186
1970 Topps Appreciation:  Tony Gonzalez and Rick Joseph were briefly teammates on the 1967 and 1968 Phillies teams.

Gonzalez spent the bulk of his 12-year career with the Phillies, serving as the team's primary center or left fielder for most years between 1960 and 1968.  In 1,118 games with the Phils, Gonzalez hit .295 with 77 home runs and 438 RBIs.  He was left unprotected in the 1968 expansion draft and chosen by the Padres as the overall 37th pick.

Gonzalez was the first ever center fielder for the Padres, batting third in their inaugural game in 1969. In July 1969, he was traded to the Braves serving as their starting center fielder until he was sold to the Angels in August 1970.  I'm impressed that Topps was able to get a good photo of Gonzalez actually wearing a Braves uniform for his 1970 Topps card.

1970 was to be Joseph's fourth and final season with the Phillies.  Playing mostly left field and first base, Joseph hit .227 (27 for 119) with 3 home runs and 10 RBIs.  He was traded to the White Sox following the 1970 season, but he'd never make it into a game with Chicago.

2016 Chachi #27 Larry Bowa CO

#10
Lawrence Robert Bowa
Bench Coach

Bats:  Switch  Throws:  Right  Height:  5'10"  Weight:  170
Born:  December 6, 1945, Sacramento, CA
Home:  Conshohocken, PA
Teams - As Player:  Phillies 1970-1981; Chicago Cubs 1982-1985; New York Mets 1985
Teams - As Coach:  Phillies 1988-1996; Anaheim Angels 1997-1999; Seattle Mariners 2000; New York Yankees 2006-2007; Los Angeles Dodgers 2008-2009; Phillies 2014-
Teams - As Manager:  San Diego Padres 1987-1988; Phillies 2001-2004

1970 Phillies Photocards
1970 Topps #539
2014 Chachi #27
94 Bowa Baseball Cards in My Collection per Zistle
First Card:  1970 Phillies Photocards #1
First Phillies Card:  1970 Phillies Photocards #1
First Topps Flagship Base Card:  1970 Topps #539 (with Dennis Doyle)
First Phillies Team Issued Card:  1970 Phillies Photocards #1
Latest Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #10

Complete Chachi Checklist
2014 Chachi #27
2015 Chachi #27
2016 Chachi #27

Card statistics through 5/19/16.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

2016 Phillies Team Issue #2 Tyler Goeddel

Phillies 4Marlins 2
Game 41 - Wednesday Afternoon, May 18th in Philadelphia
Record - 24-17, 2nd place, 1/2 game behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  Jeremy Hellickson, the bullpen (again) and Tyler Goeddel led the Phillies to a 4-2 Phillies win and the series win over the Marlins.

What It Means:  When this game ended, the Phillies found themselves in a tie for first place with the Nationals.  With 24 wins so far this season, only the Cubs (with 27) have more wins in the National League.  This is mind boggling.

What Happened:  Hellickson allowed two first innings runs in his six innings of work, settling in nicely after a shaky first.  David Hernandez, Hector Neris and Jeanmar Gomez (16th save) made the seventh, eighth and ninth innings look easy.

Andres Blanco (RBI double) and Cameron Rupp (two-run single) gave the Phillies the lead for good in the third.

Featured Card:  Goeddel hit his first career home run in the eighth inning, giving the bullpen a little more cushion.  The Rule 5 draft pick has been hot lately, raising his season average to .262 and playing stellar defense in left field.  This is his card from the team issued photo card set, and I would hope he finds himself in more baseball card sets as the season progresses.

Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

2013 Bowman Inception Autograph Relics #AR-TJ Tommy Joseph

Phillies 3Marlins 1
Game 40 - Tuesday Night, May 17th in Philadelphia
Record - 23-17, Tied for 2nd place, 1 1/2 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  Tommy Joseph hit his first career home run and enjoyed a three-hit night in this 3-1 win over the Marlins.

What It Means:  The Phillies continue to win these low-scoring games with great pitching, solid defense and a few well-timed hits.

What Happened:  Joseph's home run in the second hit off the netting of the left field foul pole. Vince Velasquez lasted only five innings, but still managed to strike out 10 batters.  Overall, Phillies pitchers struck out 17 Marlins, one shy of the club record 18.  Hector Neris and Jeanmar Gomez did their thing again, with Gomez notching his 15th save of the season.

In milestone news, Carlos Ruiz caught his 1,000 game with the Phillies, joining Mike Lieberthal (1,139), Red Dooin (1,124) and Bob Boone (1,095) in the franchise's catcher millennium club.

Featured Card:  I'll show off one of my cooler Joseph cards in honor of his big night.  This card is from the super premium 2013 Bowman Inception set, and I'm fairly certain I didn't pay more than a few dollars for this card.

Field Report:  It wasn't a great night for baseball, but Jenna and I still had fun.  We had dinner at Harry the K's for the first time in a few years and then leisurely walked around the ballpark, checking out the sights and sounds.  We eventually sat in the second to last row of Section 132, thanks to a kind usher who actually looked happy to have more people in her section.

I took the picture below before the game, showing a baseball card featuring Phillies helmet where Joseph's giant Topps card should have been.  Hopefully, the Phillies and Topps are working to get Joseph his own giant line-up card soon.


Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

2010 Phillies Team Issue 2 #23 Brian Schneider

Marlins 5Phillies 3
Game 39 - Monday Night, May 16th in Philadelphia
Record - 22-17, Tied for 2nd place, 1 1/2 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  The Phils couldn't find a clutch hit in this 5-3 loss to the Marlins.

What It Means:  The offense stranded 10 runners and went 1 for 13 with runners in scoring position.

What Happened:  On a positive note, Tyler Goeddel continued his hot hitting with a three hit night and Tommy Joseph collected his first Major League hit.  Jared Eickhoff kept the Phillies in the ballgame with six innings pitched, allowing three runs on six hits.

Featured Card:  I'm drawing a complete blank for this game summary post, and there wasn't really that much exciting about this game from a Phillies fan's perspective.  Prior to the game, Carlos Ruiz posed with new Marlins catching coach Brian Schneider.  Schneider was Chooch's back-up catcher for three seasons between 2010 and 2012.  This is one of his team issued cards that I hadn't previously featured on this blog.


Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

2016 Chachi #26 Pete Mackanin MG

#45
Peter Mackanin, Jr.
Manager

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  6'2"  Weight:  200
Born:  August 1, 1951, Chicago, IL
Home:  Scottsdale, AZ
Teams - As Player:  Texas Rangers 1973-1974; Montreal Expos 1975-1977; Phillies 1978-1979; Minnesota Twins 1980-1981
Teams - As Coach:  Montreal Expos 1997-2000; Pittsburgh Pirates 2003-2005; Phillies 2009-2012, 2014-2015
Teams - As Manager:  Pittsburgh Pirates 2005; Cincinnati Reds 2007; Phillies 2015-

1974 Topps #597
1978 Topps #399
1979 Burger King Phillies #17
2009 Chachi #28
15 Mackanin Baseball Cards in My Collection per Zistle
First Card:  1978 Topps #399
First Phillies Card:  1979 Burger King Phillies #17
First Phillies Team Issued Card:  2009 Phillies Team Issue #45*
Latest Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #45

First Topps Flagship Base Card:  1974 Topps #597 (with Dave Chalk, John Gamble and Manny Trillo)

*Mackanin is in the 1979 Phillies Photocards set, but I don't have that card in my collection yet.

Complete Chachi Checklist
2009 Chachi #28 (with Milt Thompson and Davey Lopes)
2010 Chachi #27 (with Charlie Manuel, Rich Dubee, Mick Billmeyer and Sam Perlozzo)
2011 Chachi #27 (with Rich Dubee and Greg Gross)
2012 Chachi #27 (with Rich Dubee and Greg Gross)
2014 Chachi #31
2015 Chachi #31
2015 Chachi #46 - Interim manager
2015 Chachi #68 HL - Named manager through 2016
2016 Chachi #26

Card statistics through 5/17/16.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

2016 Chachi #25 Dalier Hinojosa

#94
Dalier (Hernandez) Hinojosa
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  6'1"  Weight:  230
Born:  February 10, 1986, Isla de la Juventud, Cuba
Home:  Miami, FL
Signed:  Signed by the Boston Red Sox as an amateur free agent, October 10, 2013
Teams:  Boston Red Sox 2015, Phillies 2015-
Acquired:  Selected off waivers from the Boston Red Sox, July 15, 2015

2015 Panini Immaculate
Collection Blue #151
2015 Chachi #55
 
2016 Phillies
Team Issue #94
2 Hinojosa Baseball Cards in My Collection per Zistle
First Card:  2015 Panini Immaculate Collection Blue #151
First Phillies Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #94
First Topps Flagship Base Card:  N/A
First Phillies Team Issued Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #94
Latest Card:  2016 Phillies Team Issue #94

Complete Chachi Checklist
2015 Chachi #55
2016 Chachi Preview #4
2016 Chachi #25

Card statistics through 5/16/16.