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This Day in Phillies History
March 7th

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1903 The Tigers trade second baseman Kid Gleason to the Giants for Heinie Smith, the team's part-time manager. New York immediately sends their newest infielder to the Phillies.
1924 Pat Moran is replaced immediately by coach Jack Hendricks when he dies of Bright's disease during the team's spring training in Orlando. The 48 year-old Reds' manager, who also piloted the Phillies, compiled a 748-586 (.561) record, capturing two pennants and a world championship during his nine-year tenure as a skipper.

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