Top five shortstops in Philadelphia Phillies franchise history

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – SEPTEMBER 27: Freddy Galvis #13 of the Philadelphia Phillies turns a double play against Trea Turner #7 of the Washington Nationals in the top of the third inning at Citizens Bank Park on September 27, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

4 – Freddy Galvis (2012 – present)

Galvis started slow in his first three seasons, hitting a combined .218 with 13 home runs and 55 RBI.  In 2016, he set a career high in home runs with 20 and in RBI with 67. Although just a career .245 hitter and .659 OPS, Galvis makes this list due to his defensive ability. He’s made only 15 errors in 311 games over the past two seasons. His .984 career fielding percentage is ten points above the league average. Galvis arguably should have won at least one Gold Glove award by now and will likely do so before his career is over.