2. Raul Ibanez (2009-2011) Three-year $31.5 million
Ibanez came into a tough situation when he signed with Philadelphia. He had to replace Pat Burrell in left field and we all know how much we loved Burrell. Ibanez did nothing to disappoint the National League Champions when he rode 34 homers, 93 RBIs, and a .272 average to his only All-Star appearance. He became a pivotal piece for a team who was constantly in the playoff race during his tenure as he batted 5th, behind Ryan Howard.