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Top 100 Phillies of All-Time

Posted by Brian Michael, Sat, January 18, 2014 12:27 PM | | Comments: 4

Prior to the 2014 season, Ian Riccaboni embarked on a worthwhile project originally conceived in 2008 by site patriarch Tim Malcom: to identify the 100 greatest Phillies in the history of the franchise. Tim’s list was comprehensive, sparked much debate and included everyone from Randy Lerch to Mike Schmidt and everyone in between. ┬áIan’s version, compiled with help from Pat Gallen, other Phillies Nation writers and various sources, presents an updated list of the Top 100 Phillies of All Time:

 
  • Posts: 0 Emma Rodas

    Yep, if he can no longer pitch, throw, run, walk or hit…the Phillies want him and want to pay him millions of $ for being useless! That is RAJs motto…Send us your tire, poor etc…

    The signings of Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay were made just to fool us. Now we know the truth about RAJ and we want him GONE!!!!!

     
  • Posts: 0 Louis

    In the “Presenting: The Phillies Nation Top 100″ it said the largest jump for an active player was 28 spots. Cole Hamels was number 40 in 2008, so by that logic he couldn’t be higher than 12. Where is he?

     
  • Posts: 0 g

    Ryan Howard is way too low at 27. People dont give him the right respect. without his hot streaks in august and september the phillies wouldnt have made the playoffs any of those years. without himm down the stretch the last two seasons, you all saw how it went. He was MVP before too. the only current phillie that should top him is Utley and possibly hamels there for his play in the world series and NLCS in 2008. he should be on this list’s top 10

     
  • Posts: 0 Ron B

    Luzinski-Halladay-Rose-Bowa. All too low on list.

     
 
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