George Dallas Green
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 6' 5", Weight 210 lb.
- School University of Delaware
- High School Conrad High School (Newport)
- Debut June 18, 1960
- Final Game September 12, 1967
- Born August 4, 1934 in Newport, DE USA
- Died March 22, 2017 in Philadelphia, PA USA
Dallas Green had an eight-year career in the majors, pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies at the time when Dick Allen first came up. After his playing career, he became the assistant farm director for the Phillies from 1970 to 1972. He was the director of player development from 1973 to 1974 and Scouting Director from 1975 to 1979.
Green went on to later manage the Phillies to the World Series championship in 1980. He became General Manager of the Chicago Cubs from October 1981 to 1987. Green also managed the New York Yankees and New York Mets. Green spent the 2000s as a senior advisor to the GM of the Phillies. He still held that title as of 2011.
His son, John Green, played in the minors from 1985 to 1990 and scouted for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Dodgers. John's daughter Christina-Taylor Green was one of the victims of a tragic shooting near Tucson, AZ on January 8, 2011, in which six persons died and U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) was seriously injured; Miss Green had been active in student government as well as Little League and had gone to see democracy in action. Dallas Green passed away in 2017 after a long illness at a Philadelphia, PA hospital.
Canadian rock musician Dallas Green was named after him, as he was born during the Phillies' run to a World Series title in 1980; he performs and releases music under the name City and Colour, the city being Dallas and the colour being green.
- Division Titles: 1 (1980)
- Other Postseason Appearances: 1 (1981, 1st half title)
- NL Pennants: 1 (1980)
- Managed one World Series Champion with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1980
|Philadelphia Phillies Manager
|Chicago Cubs General Manager
|New York Yankees Manager
|New York Mets Manager
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1968||Huron Phillies||Northern League||26-43||5th||Philadelphia Phillies||none|
|1969||Pulaski Phillies||Appalachian League||38-28||1st||Philadelphia Phillies||none League Champs|
|1979||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||19-11||4th||Philadelphia Phillies||replaced Danny Ozark (65-67) on August 31|
|1980||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||91-71||1st||Philadelphia Phillies||Won World Series|
|1981||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||59-48||3rd||Philadelphia Phillies||Lost NLDS|
|1989||New York Yankees||American League||56-65||--||New York Yankees||replaced by Bucky Dent on August 18|
|1993||New York Mets||National League||46-78||7th||New York Mets||replaced Jeff Torborg (13-25) on May 19|
|1994||New York Mets||National League||55-58||3rd||New York Mets|
|1995||New York Mets||National League||69-75||2nd||New York Mets|
|1996||New York Mets||National League||59-72||--||New York Mets||replaced by Bobby Valentine on August 27|
- Dallas Green and Alan Maimon: The Mouth That Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball, Triumph Books LLC, Chicago, IL, 2013. ISBN 978-1600788055
- Paul Hagen: "Baseball renaissance man Green dies at 82: Manager of Phillies' 1980 championship team had MLB career spanning 5-plus decades", mlb.com, March 22, 2017. 
- Meghan Montemurro: "Delaware native, ex-Phillies manager Dallas Green dies at 82", "Delaware Online", The Wilmington News-Journal, March. 22, 2017. 
- Marty Noble: "Green's candor, passion leave lasting impact", mlb.com, March 23, 2017. 
- Gregory H. Wolf: "Dallas Green", in Mel Marmer and Bill Nowlin, eds.: The Year of Blue Snow: The 1964 Philadelphia Phillies, SABR, Phoenix, AZ, 2013, pp. 109-115. ISBN 978-1-933599-51-9