The good ones
5-7. Hector Neris, Luis Garcia, Maikel Franco-“Las Compas”
Neris, Garcia, and Franco all themed their nicknames around being friends, or “compas.” Neris is “Compa H”, Garcia is “Compa G”, and Franco is “Compa F.” Cute.
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4. Odubel Herrera-“Torito”
This one was pretty obvious. The “Little Bull” and his horns have been an icon since he joined the team in 2015. Can’t go wrong here.
3. Casey Fien-“Fien Machine”
For a guy who pitched all of four games in a Phillies uniform, he’s got one of the better nicknames on the team. He’s on the 60-day disabled list so we won’t get to see it and I can’t imagine anyone buying a $200 Casey Fien jersey. Regardless, it’s got a nice ring to it.
2. Andrew Knapp-“Knapp Time”
While Knapp’s nickname is pretty much what we all think of whenever a Phillies game comes on, but it’s still pretty darn good.
1. Aaron Altherr-“A-a-ron”
Well somebody is a Key and Peele fan. I’ve been calling all of my friends named Aaron this since that short came out, but it’s a great short and a great nickname.