4 – Richie Ashburn (1948 – 1959)
Ashburn was an excellent defensive outfielder who unfortunately was overshadowed by Willie Mays, who took home 12 Gold Glove Awards. Ashburn is first in franchise history among outfielders with 2217 hits and in triples with 97. He also ranks second in batting average at .311 and third in stolen bases with 199. Ashburn became a well known broadcaster for the club and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1995.
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3 – Del Ennis (1946 – 1956)
Ennis was one of the young players that propelled the franchise to a National League pennant in 1950. One of the most consistent power hitters during that time, Ennis surpassed 20 home runs eight times and 100 RBI seven times. He was a three-time All-Star and is the franchise leader among outfielders in home runs with 259 and RBI with 1129 and second in hits with 1812.