Billy Hamilton — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1890 to 1895
"Sliding" Billy Hamliton got his nickname because he was the most daring baserunner of his time. He led the NL in runs scored three times with the Phillies and was league batting champion twice.
Sam Thompson — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1889 to 1898
Sam Thompson was one baseball's great sluggers in the 1800s. He led the NL in hits, doubles, home runs, and RBIs with Philadelphia. "Big Sam" could run, too. He was the first player with 20 homers and 20 stolen bases in the same season.
Sherry Magee — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1904 to 1914
Few hitters have ever been better than Sherry Magee with men on base. He led the NL in RBIs three times with the Phillies and was the NL batting champion in 1910.
Cy Williams — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1918 to 1930
Cy Williams was already 30 years old when the Phillies traded for him. The left-handed slugger took aim at Philadelphia's short right field fence and was among the NL's Top 10 home run hitters nine times from 1918 to 1927.
Del Ennis — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1946 to 1956
Del Ennis was the left fielder for the 1950 Whiz Kids. He was also their most feared hitter. Ennis led the NL with 126 RBIs that season and topped 100 six times from 1949 to 1955.
Chris Short — Pitcher
Played for Team: 1959 to 1972
Chris Short was one of baseball's top lefties during the 1960s. He won 20 games in 1966 and was an All-Star twice. Short once struck out 18 batters in a game.
Jim Bunning — Pitcher
Played for Team: 1964 to 1967
Jim Bunning threw a fastball with a sweeping sidearm motion that made batters flinch when the ball left his hand. He was just the second pitcher to throw a no-hitter, win 100 games, and strike out 1,000 batters in both leagues.
Greg Luzinski — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1970 to 1980
Greg Luzinski was nicknamed "Bull" because of his great size and strength. He hit 30-plus homers and topped 100 RBIs three times for the Phillies. Luzinski finished second in the NL MVP voting to Joe Morgan in 1975 and George Foster in 1977.
Darren Daulton — Catcher
Played for Team: 1983 to 1997
Darren Daulton was a good catcher who struggled for many years to find his batting stroke. Once he did, few players were more dangerous in the clutch. Daulton led the NL in RBIs in 1992 and was an All-Star three times for the Phillies.
Len Dykstra — Outfielder
Played for Team: 1989 to 1996
Little Lenny Dykstra was a hit with Philadelphia fans from the moment he first trotted onto the field. When he was healthy, Dykstra was the game's most dynamic leadoff hitter. In 1993, he led the NL with 194 hits, 129 walks, and 143 runs. "Nails" finished second in the MVP voting that season.
Mitch Williams — Pitcher
Played for Team: 1991 to 1993
No one could pitch their way into—and out of—trouble like Mitch "Wild Thing" Williams. He saved 102 games in three years with the Phillies. In the 1993 NLCS, Williams won two games and saved two others.
Curt Schilling — Pitcher
Played for Team: 1992 to 1999
When the Phillies swapped Jason Grimsley for Curt Schilling in 1992, it turned out to be one of the great trades in club history. Schilling led the team to the World Series in 1993 and struck out 300 batters in 1997 and 1998.
Cliff Lee — Pitcher
First Year with Team: 2009
The Phillies traded for Cliff Lee during the 2009 season, and he won four games in the playoffs and World Series. They traded him away after the season but signed him as a free agent in 2011. He went 17–9 for the club upon his return and led the NL with 6 shutouts.