Eddie Philips

Eddie Phillips is an American baseball catcher, He leads the major league baseball. Read on for more interesting details.

Eddie Philips Biography

Edward David Phillips (February 17, 1901 – January 26, 1968) was a professional baseball catcher in the United States. From 1924 to 1935, he was a member of the Boston Braves, Detroit Tigers, Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees, Washington Senators, and Cleveland Indians in Major League Baseball (MLB). Phillips was born in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts. He batted and threw with his right hand.

Philip was instrumental in the Yankees’ World Series victory in 1932. He had 997 at-bats, 82 runs, 236 hits, 54 doubles, 6 triples, 14 home runs, 126 RBI, 3 stolen bases, 104 walks, a 237 batting average, a.312 on-base percentage, a.345 slugging percentage, 344 total bases, and 15 sacrifice hits over 6 seasons. Phillips’ unmarked grave in Cheektowaga, New York, died in Buffalo, New York, at the age of 66.

Who Is Eddie Philips

Eddie Phillips, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, was one of four sons born to Raymond and Estella (née Schaffer) Phillips. After his father, a railroad engineer, was transferred there, he grew up in Hannibal, about 100 miles (160 kilometers) northwest of St. Louis. Phillips was an all-around athlete at Hannibal High School, where he participated in baseball, basketball, football, and track. After graduating in 1949, he was signed by the St. Louis Cardinals and assigned to the Class-D West Frankfort Cardinals in 1950.

How old is Eddie Philips

According to his date of birth, was born in February 1901 and died at the age of 67

How Tall Is Eddie Philips

At a height of 6’7″, he played in the power forward position.

How did Eddie Philips get famous?

Eddie Phillips is a former American football quarterback who began his career with the Texas Longhorns in the early 1970s. He led the Longhorns to a share of the National Championship in 1970 while also leading the Southwest Conference in total touchdowns.

Eddie Philips Networth

Eddie Phillips’s net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Eddie Phillips is currently dating.

He is possibly single and has never been married, according to our records. Eddie Phillips is not dating anyone as of May 2022.

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Eddie Philips Records

Season with the highest average gain per pass completion (minimum of 30 completions) (17.8), surpassed by Randy McEachern in 1977.

Longest quarterback run (63 yards), surpassed in 1985 by Bret Stafford.

UT has the most rushing yards in a bowl game (164) since Ricky Williams in 1999.

Most rushing yards by a quarterback in a game (164), twice breaking his own record, which was broken by Marty Akins in 1974.

Most career rushing yards by a quarterback (1,211), surpassed in 1974 by Akins.

UT – Season with the lowest percentage of passes intercepted (3.1%), surpassed by Donnie Wigginton in 1971.

Fewest interceptions, career – at least 150 attempts (8)

Total Offense, game (363), surpassed in 1980 by Donnie Little.


The Los Angeles Rams selected Phillips in the fifth round of the 1972 NFL draft, but with the intention of developing him into a safety. During the preseason, he appeared in several games and collided with Oakland Raiders rookie running back Ray Jamieson. Jamison’s neck was broken in the collision, effectively ending his career. [9] Phillips was waived just before the season began, as one of the final players released to make room on the roster for the season’s start.

Phillips married Tom Landry’s daughter Kitty after his career ended and became a banker in Austin.

Phillips is played by actor Mike Seitz in the 2014 film My All American.

see also:https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/p/philled01.shtml

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