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Examples of "philley"
Pat Philley former Canadian national soccer team player.
In April 2004, Philley was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame.
Sheldon was featured in the book "Saskatchewan Soccer People: Martin Nash, Rob Friend, Kevin Holness, Jordan Schidlowsky, Brian Philley, Norman Sheldon, Amy Vermeulen."
A 42-year-old Philley was signed off the Baltimore roster by the expansion Houston Colt .45's during the 1961–62 offseason, but a few hours later Houston sent him to the Boston Red Sox. Philley spent most of 1962 on the bench for Boston and retired at the end of the season.
Brian Philley (born August 15, 1926 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; died on August 30, 2002), is a former Canadian national soccer team player.
The West Carroll Sheriff's Office provides full-time law enforcement for the parish and has seventeen full-time deputies. Jerry Philley serves as sheriff.
After his playing days, Philley worked as a manager for the Houston minor league system from 1963 to 1964, and spent 1965 managing the Durham Bulls, where he won a Carolina League division title. He found employment for 1966 in the Red Sox organization, where he managed the Class A Waterloo Hawks and served as a scout. Until his death, Philley lived in his native Paris, Texas.
Love's Sacrifice is a 1914 American silent short western film directed by George Osborne and featuring William Ehfe, Tsuru Aoki, Black Bull and Virginia Philley Withey in important roles.
As he got older, Philley became more of a pinch-hitting specialist. In 1958, playing for the Phillies, he collected 18 pinch-hits, including a streak of eight straight to close the season.
Prior to playing professionally, he attended Truman State University. He was originally signed by the Cleveland Indians prior to the 1948 season, however on February 19, 1954, he was traded with Bill Upton to the Athletics for Dave Philley.
Philley holds the record for the most at-bats in an American League regulation-inning doubleheader, having 13 at-bats for the White Sox against the St Louis Browns on 30 May 1950.
A well-travelled and -regarded clutch hitter, Philley played for eight different teams in a long 18-season career. He was considered one of the game's premier defensive outfielders before Gold Gloves were awarded. A hustler with good range and an outstanding arm, he led American League outfielders in assists three different years (, , ) and once in outs (1950). A highly disciplined hitter as well, he had a short and compact swing with occasional power and was a daring and intelligent base runner. Still, Philley is best remembered for his pinch-hitting heroics in the late 1950s.
Players eligible for the first time who were "not" included on the ballot were: Reno Bertoia, Steve Bilko, Jim Busby, Andy Carey, Bob Cerv, Harry Chiti, Billy Consolo, Dick Gernert, Joe Ginsberg, Billy Goodman, Granny Hamner, Clem Labine, Turk Lown, Hal Naragon, Bob Nieman, Danny O'Connell, Dave Philley, Sammy White, Gene Woodling, and Eddie Yost
David Earl Philley (May 16, 1920 – March 15, 2012) was an outfielder who played in Major League Baseball. A switch-hitter who threw right-handed, he debuted on September 6, and played his final game on August 6, . He was born in Paris, Texas.
Born in Park City, Utah,the son of Chester Henry Withey and Mary E. Kelso, Withey started his career in silent film as an actor in 1913. He starred in films such as the 1916 film "The Wharf Rat". He married Virginia Philley, a screenwriter, who also did some acting.
Philley was a member of the Vancouver City team that won the Canadian Challenge Cup in 1950 beating Winnipeg Scottish 4-1 and 4-0 in the final. He represented the B.C. All-Stars twice against teams like Rangers F.C. in 1954, Huddersfield Town in 1955, Aberdeen F.C. and Lokomotiv Moscow in 1956, and Tottenham Hotspur in 1957.
Bob Gibson won a Gold Glove and the Cy Young Award this year, with a 3.12 ERA, 23 wins, and 274 strikeouts. The Cardinals won only 76 games, their lowest total since the days of the 154-game schedule. Vic Davalillo had 24 pinch hits, breaking the National League record, and tying the Major League record set by Dave Philley in 1961.
In an 18-season career, Philley was a .270 hitter with 84 home runs and 729 RBI in 1,904 games. He also collected 1,700 hits, 276 doubles, 72 triples, 789 runs, 101 stolen bases, and a walk-to-strikeout ratio of 1.078 (594-to-551). As a pinch-hitter, he batted .299 (93-for-311).
Philley captained Canada in the World Cup qualifying games of 1957 against the United States in Toronto and Mexico twice in Mexico City. He also played for a Canadian select team in 1956 against Lokomotiv Moscow in Toronto before over 18,000 spectators.
Philley reached the majors in 1941 with the Chicago White Sox. He spent four years in military service during World War II, rejoining the White Sox in 1946 and playing 17 games for them that year. Philley was with the White Sox for five-and-a-half years before moving to the Philadelphia Athletics early in the 1951 season. After playing for Philadelphia in the 1951 through 1953 seasons, he next played for the Cleveland Indians in 1954. He was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles during the 1955 season and finished the year with a .299 batting average, leading the Orioles in batting. Later in his long career, Philley played for the Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Phillies, San Francisco Giants and Boston Red Sox, including second stints with Chicago and Baltimore. His most productive season came in 1953 with the Athletics, when he posted career-numbers in batting average (.303), hits (188), doubles (30), and games played (157). From 1947 to 1953 he averaged 27 doubles per season, and in 1950 with Chicago hit 14 home runs with 80 RBI, also career-highs. While in Cleveland he appeared in the 1954 World Series.