Uniform Number: 45
1993 Stats: Terry went 12-9 during the regular season, with a 3.25 ERA. Having led the NL in complete games in 1992 with 12, Terry threw 7 complete games (2 for shutouts) in 1993.
1993 Notable: Terry was the starting pitcher for the NL in the All-Star Game, having started the season at 9-6 with a 2.72 ERA. In 2 innings of work, he allowed only a solo home run to the Twins' Kirby Puckett. In 3 Postseason starts, Terry struggled, going 1-1 with a 6.89 ERA. (He was the winning pitcher in World Series Game 2).
How Acquired: First stint - Acquired from the San Francisco Giants with Dennis Cook and Charlie Hayes for Steve Bedrosian and Rick Parker, June 18, 1989; Second stint - Signed as a free agent formerly with the San Francisco Giants, February 17, 1996
Phillies Career: 1989-1993; 1996
How Departed: First stint - Traded to the New York Yankees with Jeff Patterson for Kevin Jordan, Ryan Karp and Bobby Munoz, February 9, 1994; Second stint - Traded to the Seattle Mariners for Desi Relaford, July 31, 1996
On August 15, 1990, Terry pitched a no-hitter against the team that had traded him away only a year earlier, the San Francisco Giants. It was the first no-hitter in the history of Veterans Stadium. Terry is one of 5 players in Major League history to have played with at least 11 teams. (Former Phillies Todd Zeile and Kenny Lofton are also on this list). After 20 years in the Majors, Terry called it a career after 5 games with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2006.