1 – Mike Lieberthal (1994 – 2006)
Lieberthal’s accomplishments may be somewhat forgotten considering most of his career was during a down period in franchise history. However, the two-time All-Star had seven seasons with ten or more home runs and four with 30 or more doubles. He set career highs in doubles (33), home runs (31) and RBI (96) in 1999 while also winning his only Gold Glove Award. Lieberthal ranks first among Phillies catchers in hits, doubles and home runs and second in games, RBI and runs.
Lieberthal left in free agency for the Dodgers in 2007 and retired after that season.