Jack Phillips (pitcher)

Jack Phillips (pitcher)

Infobox MLB retired
name=Jack Phillips
position=Pitcher


bats=Right
throws=Right
birthdate=birth date|1919|5|24|mf=y
city-state|St. Louis|Missouri
deathdate=death date and age|1958|6|16|1919|5|24
city-state|St. Louis|Missouri
debutdate=July 13
debutyear=by|1945
debutteam=New York Giants
finaldate=July 31
finalyear=by|1945
finalteam=New York Giants
stat1label=Win-Loss Record
stat1value=0-0
stat2label=Strikeouts
stat2value=0
stat3label=ERA
stat3value=10.38
teams=
*New York Giants (1945)

John Stephen "Jack" Phillips (born May 24 1919 in St. Louis, Missouri; died June 16 1958 in St.Louis, Missouri) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He pitched in one game in by|1945, throwing 4 1/3 innings in relief and giving up 5 runs on 5 hits. He also appeared in one other game as a pinch runner.

He died in St. Louis, Missouri by accidental electrocution. [ [http://www.thedeadballera.com/accidents.html] ]

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