87-67, Finished 4th in National League (Schedule and Results)
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Manager: Eddie Sawyer (28-35) and Steve O'Neill (59-32)
Scored 657 runs, Allowed 552 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 89-65
Ballparks: Shibe Park · Attendance: 755,417 (5th of 8)
Park Factors Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.
multi-year: Batting - 99, Pitching - 98 · one-year: Batting - 102, Pitching - 100
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Transactions listed are from November 1 of previous year to April 1 of the following year.
November 19, 1951
December 3, 1951
December 10, 1951
December 13, 1951
Bill Glynn sent to Sacramento (PCL) in an unknown transaction.
Signed Seth Morehead as an amateur free agent.
January 8, 1952
January 26, 1952
March 21, 1952
April 29, 1952 (Standings)
Signed John Anderson as an amateur free agent.
May, 1952 (Standings)
May 12, 1952 (Standings)
May 15, 1952 (Standings)
May 23, 1952 (Standings)
June 15, 1952 (Standings)
August 30, 1952 (Standings)
October 15, 1952 (Standings)
Signed Harry Anderson as an amateur free agent.
Signed Turk Farrell as an amateur free agent.
Signed Jim Mahoney as an amateur free agent.
Obtained Jack Spring from Spokane (Western International) as part of a minor league working agreement.
February 8, 1953
Sold Nippy Jones to Sacramento (PCL).
February 16, 1953
As part of a 4-team trade, traded cash to the Milwaukee Braves and Russ Meyer to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Received Earl Torgeson from the Milwaukee Braves. In addition, the Milwaukee Braves sent cash to the Cincinnati Reds; the Cincinnati Reds sent Joe Adcock to the Milwaukee Braves; the Brooklyn Dodgers sent Jim Pendleton to the Milwaukee Braves; ; and the Brooklyn Dodgers sent Rocky Bridges to the Cincinnati Reds.