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'Whiz Kids' (1950 World Series) center fielder who became a beloved Phillies broadcaster
Starting pitcher who beat Toronto Blue Jays in Game 5 of the 1993 World Series
1997 NL Rookie of the Year, won four Gold Gloves at third base with the Phillies
Widely considered the best third baseman of all time
Relief pitcher who won the 1987 Cy Young Award
Considered one of the greatest pitchers of all time, elected to the Hall of Fame in 1938
Phils second baseman, selected to the All-Star team five years in a row (2006-2010)
First baseman on the 1993 World Series team, now an ESPN broadcaster
Hit a winning home run in the 1966 All-Star Game
Pitched 2nd perfect game in Phillies history, 2010
Won 27 games in 1972 - nearly half the number of wins for the entire team
'The Bull', slugging left-fielder for Phils and member of 1980 championship team
Hit a record 41 home runs in the 2005 All-Star Game Home Run Derby
Phils pitcher who won MVP for both the NLCS and World Series in 2008
Future Hall-of-Famer, slugging first baseman for the Phillies 2003-2005
Shortstop for the 1980 World Champions, later managed the Phillies
One of the greatest hitters of his day, died tragically in 1903
Pitched a perfect game on Father's Day 1964
NL Rookie of the Year 2005
Screwball specialist who pitched the final out of the 1980 World Series
Hall of Fame pitcher, led NL in wins four consecutive seasons in the 1950's
Phils shortstop who won the NL MVP Award in 2007
Pitched a no-hitter AND hit two home runs in a 1971 game
NL Rookie of the Year 1964
The 'Secretary of Defense', Phils center fielder in the 1980 World Series
Broke the NL all-time hit record while with the Phillies in 1981
Phils second baseman who holds club record for stolen bases (72 in 1984)
'Wild Thing', gave up walk-off homer to Joe Carter that won '93 World Series for Toronto; now an MLB broadcaster
Gold glove second baseman and MVP of the 1980 NLCS
Late, great, Hall of Fame Phillies broadcaster ('OUTTA HERE!')
Phils pitcher who won two games in the 2009 World Series
Won the NL Triple Crown in 1933

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