2- Larry Bowa (1970 – 1981)
Bowa was a scrappy, undersized shortstop whose longevity and defensive ability vaults him near the top of this list. Bowa was a five-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove award winner, who arguably could have won a few more. His career fielding percentage of .980 is 15 points above the league average. Bowa was part of four division championship teams and the World Series championship team of 1980. He ranks second in among Phillies shortstops in games, runs, hits, triples and stolen bases.