1980 CHAMPION PHILLIES

Their indomitable will made all the difference in the World Series, when they beat the Royals in six games--and it has served them well in the years since
July 10, 2005

1 Hank King, BP PITCHER

Phillies advance scout

 

2 Kevin Saucier, LHP

Scout for Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau

 

3 Randy Lerch, LHP

Area manager for Irish Construction in California

 

4 Ron Reed, RHP

Supervisor, Marketing Event Partners in Georgia

 

5 Bob Walk, RHP

TV and radio broadcaster for Pittsburgh Pirates

 

6 Steve Carlton, LHP

Owns baseball memorabilla company

 

7 Lerrin LaGrow, RHP

President of a business acquisition firm in Phoenix

 

8 Dickie Noles, RHP

Phillies employee assistance professional

 

9 Mike Schmidt, 3B

Phillies special instructor

 

10 John Vukovich, IF

Special assistant to Phillies G.M. Ed Wade

 

11 Gus Hoefling, COACH

Retired in Largo, Fla.

 

12 Ed Ferenz, TRAVELING SECRETARY

Retired in Collingswood, N.J.

 

13 Dick Ruthven, RHP

President of property management company in Ga.

 

14 George Vukovich, OF

Owns a UPS store in Roswell, Ga.

 

15 Tug McGraw, LHP

Died in 2004 of brain cancer

 

16 Manny Trillo, 2B

Hitting coach for Triple A Charlotte Knights

 

17 Del Unser, OF

Phillies scout

 

18 Bob Boone, C

Special assistant to Washington Nationals G.M.

 

19 Garry Maddox, OF

President of office furniture and concessions companies

 

20 Keith Moreland, C

TV broadcaster for University of Texas football and baseball

 

21 Dan Larson, RHP

Manager for Calif. juvenile corrections authority

 

22 Pete Rose, 1B

Partner in Dreams, Inc., a memorabilia company

 

23 Greg Luzinski, OF

Runs Bull's BBQ at Citizens Bank Park

 

24 Bake McBride, OF

Kentucky manager for national cleaning company

 

25 Paul Owens, G.M.

Died in Dec. 2003

 

26 Lonnie Smith, OF

Full-time father of five in Fayetteville, Ga.

 

27 Ramon Aviles, IF

Manager of Class A West Virgina Power

 

28 Mike Ryan, COACH

Retired in Wolfeboro, N.H.

 

29 Billy DeMars, COACH

Retired in Clearwater, Fla.

 

30 Herm Starrette, COACH

Works at summer baseball academy in Massachusetts

 

31 Dallas Green, MANAGER

Senior adviser to Phillies general manager Ed Wade

 

32 Lee Elia, COACH

Hitting coach for Tampa Bay Devil Rays

 

33 Bobby Wine, COACH

Advance scout for Atlanta Braves

 

34 Ruben Amaro, COACH

Instructor-scout in Phillies farm system

 

35 Larry Bowa, SS

ESPN analyst, co-hosts baseball show on XM radio

 

36 Greg Gross, OF

Hitting coach for Class A Batavia (N.Y.) Muckdogs

 

37 John Bush, BATBOY

Whereabouts unknown

 

38 Gary Watts, BATBOY

Whereabouts unknown

 

39 Mark Andersen, BATBOY

Phillies assistant athletic trainer

 

40 Pete Cera, CLUBHOUSE ATTENDANT

Died in 2004

 

41 Don Seger, TRAINER

Retired in Williamsburg, Va.

 

42 Jeff Cooper, ASST. TRAINER

Phillies head trainer

 

43 Kenny Bush, CLUBHOUSE ATTENDANT

Died in 1999

 

NOT PICTURED:

44 Warren Brusstar, RHP

Volunteer youth baseball coach in California

 

45 Marty Bystrom, RHP

Vice president of benefit planning company in Pa.

 

46 Larry Christenson, RHP

President, Christenson Investment Partners

 

>>> JUNE 1 RICHARD PRYOR BADLY BURNED TRYING TO FREEBASE COCAINE.

JUNE 16 THE BLUES BROTHERS PREMIERES.

COST OF FIRST-CLASS STAMP: 15¢

JUNE 17 VENUS WILLIAMS BORN.

JUNE 26 TEMPERATURE HITS 113° IN DALLAS AMID RECORD HEAT WAVE.

JUNE 26 MICHAEL VICK BORN. >>>

COLOR PHOTOPhotographs Courtesy of Philadelphia Phillies BROTHERLY LIFT Schmidt, who hit .381 with seven RBIs, was the Series MVP. COLOR PHOTOPhotographs Courtesy of Philadelphia Phillies [see caption above] COLOR PHOTOMITCHELL GERBER/CORBIS (PRYOR) B/W PHOTOJAY DICKMAN (BLUES BROTHERS) COLOR PHOTOJOHN IACONO (THERMOMETER) COLOR PHOTOGREG FOSTER (VICK)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)