Phillies: Top Ten Players From 1993 NL Championship Team
10. David West, RP
In West’s first season with the Phillies, the lefty formed a reliable set up combination with Larry Andersen. West was a workhorse, logging 86 1/3 innings over 76 games. He struck out 87 and allowed only 60 hits.
Although a bit wild, issuing 52 walks, West pitched to a 2.92 ERA. Injury problems took their toll on West, appearing in only 52 games over his last four seasons, retiring with the Red Sox in 1998.
9. Dave Hollins, 3B
Coming off a career-high 27 home runs in 1992, the hard-nosed Hollins made his only All-Star appearance in 1993. He hit .273 with 30 doubles, 18 home runs, 93 RBI and a .814 OPS. Hollins played for the Phillies through half of the 1995 season before bouncing around the American League through 2001. He returned to Philadelphia in 2002 and hit .118 in 17 at-bats before retiring.