Phillip Douglas Coke is a former professional baseball player from America. He played in Major League baseball for the New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, Toronto Blue Jays and Pittsburgh Pirates.
Left-handed MLB pitcher who made World Series appearances with the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers. He won a title with the Yankees in 2009.
He signed with the Yankees after being drafted by the team in the twenty-sixth round in 2002.
He set a World Series record with seven consecutive strikeouts during his 2012 appearance with the Tigers.
He married a woman named Bobbie.
He won a World Series ring alongside Alex Rodriguez as a member of the 2009 New York Yankees.
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- Mexican Federation Baseball Pitchers
Latest information about Phil Coke updated on June 07 2021.