Mickey Morandini and Tommy Green, who helped the Philadelphia Phillies to a 1993 National League title, will be guest players at the Reading Hot Stovers’ 10th Annual Bert Moore Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, September 17 at Green Acres. increase.
The event will begin at 11:30 am with lunch and registration, followed by shotguns at 1:00 pm. Proceeds from the tournament will be donated to the Hot Stovers Scholarship.
Morandini played second baseman for the Phillies in nine seasons (1990-97, 2000). He was an All-Star in 1995. He also spent five seasons as a coach in the Phillies’ minor league system, including Double-A Reading, and two seasons as a major league coach before returning to action in 2018.
Green is a right-handed pitcher who played primarily as a starting pitcher for the Phillies from 1990-1995. He had a no-hitter in his 1991 game against Montreal, and in 1993 he was 16-4 with an ERA of 3.42. He also served as an analyst before and after a game for the Phillies on NBC Sports He was in Philadelphia.
Mickey Morandini and Tommy Green to compete in Reading Hot Stovers Golf Tournament
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