The Phillies Nation Top 100: The First 25 (#100-76)

Posted by Ian Riccaboni, Sat, January 11, 2014 03:00 PM | Comments: 0
Features, History, Phillies Nation Top 100 - 2014

Welcome to the Phillies Nation Top 100. Our mission is to assess the Top 100 Phillies players of all time using impact to the Phillies, individual achievement, team achievement, traditional stats, and analytics as our criteria. The list was compiled by Ian Riccaboni and Pat Gallen with input from the rest of the Phillies Nation staff. 

Each weekday, we will reveal five Phillies from the PN Top 100, with longer or more expansive posts dedicated to individuals that are of particular note to Phillies fans or are closer to the top of the list. To view the 2008 iteration of the list of Greatest Phillies of All Time as compiled by Tim Malcolm, please click here.

Periodically, we will provide round-ups. This is the first 25 players of the Top 100. Click any player for the page their entry is contained on.

#100 – Jose Mesa

#99 – Antonio Bastardo

#98 – Brett Myers

#97 – Ryan Madson

#96 – Ron Reed

#95 – Juan Samuel

#94 – Billy Wagner

#93 – Jim Lonborg

#92 – Larry Jackson

#91 – Lefty O’Doul

#90 – Otto Knabe

#89 – Kid Gleason

#88 – John Denny

#87 – Bake McBride

#86 – Pinky Whitney

#85 – Woodie Fryman

#84 – Don Hurst

#83 – Dolph Camilli

#82 – Lave Cross

#81 – Jim Thome

#80 – Schoolboy Rowe

#79 – Jamie Moyer

#78 – Lee Meadows

#77 – John Titus

#76 – Tony Taylor

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About Ian Riccaboni

Ian Riccaboni has written 804 articles on Phillies Nation.

Ian's athletic achievements include getting stuffed by NBA center Aaron Gray in high school and hitting .179 over four years for NYU against D-III, NAIA, JuCo, and NCBA schools. Ian hopes his athletic successes will help him achieve his dream of becoming the underground Bob Uecker.

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