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1950 Philadelphia Phillies 1950 Philadelphia Phillies
1949/1951
Record 91-63 .591
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Standings Won the NL
Pythagorean 87-67, 87-67, 87-67
Runs (S/A) 722 / 624
PostseasonLost World Series 4-0 to New York Yankees
BallparkShibe Park
Park FactorsBatting: 98 / Pitching: 98
Attendance1,217,035 (1st) (5th)
Payroll$460,802 (7th)
Spring TrainingClearwater, Florida (Clearwater Athletic Field)
ManagerEddie Sawyer
CoachesBenny Bengough, Cy Perkins, Dusty Cooke, George Earnshaw
ExecutivePresident: Robert M. Carpenter Jr.
Minor Leagues(AAA) Toronto Maple Leafs, (A) Utica Blue Sox, (B) Wilmington Blue Rocks, (B) Terre Haute Phillies, (C) Salina Blue Jays, (C) Vandergrift Pioneers, (C) Schenectady Blue Jays, (D) Lima Phillies, (D) Carbondale Pioneers, (D) Bradford Phillies, (D) Americus Phillies, (D) Klamath Falls Gems
Radio (WPEN) Bill Brundige, Gene Kelly

The 1950 Philadelphia Phillies went 91-63 and finished 1st in the National League. The Phillies drew 1,217,035 to Shibe Park. Willie Jones, Jim Konstanty, Robin Roberts and Dick Sisler made the All-Star team. Jim Konstanty won the National League Most Valuable Player award.

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