George “Dallas” Green

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Green was elected to the DSHOF on the strength of his pitching career in organized baseball (he had been retired as a player the required five seasons). and that same year went on to manage the
Phillies to the World Series title in 1980. This former Conrad High and University of Delaware athlete won 20 games, working a total of 39, in his Phillies career and won 83 in the minor leagues.
After three years of managing the Phillies, Green switched to the front office as president/general manager of the Chicago Cubs, managed both the New York Yankees and Mets and returned to the
Phillies as interim Director of Player Development. He was inducted into the University of Delaware Hall of Fame 1998. 



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