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Phil Gagliano
Born: 1941

  • Brother of Ralph Gagliano
    [Courtesy Arnie Braunstein]
  • 2B-3B-OF-1B 1963-74 Cardinals , Cubs, Red Sox, Reds

    Phil Gagliano's Teammates

    GamesAverageHRRBI
    Career 702.23814159
    League CS 3.00000
    World Series 4.00000

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    Gagliano was a solid utility player who spent his first seven-plus seasons with the Cardinals. He appeared in a career-high 122 games in 1965, hitting eight homers with 53 RBI. Developing into a top pinch hitter, he batted .354 in that role with the 1971-72 Red Sox, .366 for Cincinnati in 1973. He played with future St. Louis teammates Tim McCarver and Mike Shannon, and ML pitcher Jim Donahue, at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Tennessee. His brother Ralph appeared in one game with the 1965 Indians. (MC)
    FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
    March 27, 1973: The Red Sox swap Andy Kosco and Phil Gagliano to the Reds for P Mel Behney, who was 02 for the Reds in 1970. His major-league record will remain unchanged.

    September 14, 1973: In Cincinnati, the Reds score three runs in the 9th to trip the Braves, 76. Bobby Tolan drives in the winner after Phil Gagliano drives in two runs with a 2-out single.