Phillies: Top Ten Players From 1993 NL Championship Team
2. Darren Daulton, C
The late Daulton was the heart and soul of the 1993 team. Known as “Dutch”, he made his second straight All-Star appearance, hitting .257 with 24 home runs, 105 RBI and 117 walks. It was the second straight season that Daulton surpassed the 100 RBI mark, leading the league in 1992. Daulton played for the Phillies through half of the 1997 season, finishing his career with a World Series Championship with the Marlins.
1. Lenny Dykstra, OF
While Dykstra admitted to steroid use during his career and legal issues post-career, there no denying that he was the catalyst to the 1993 team. Dykstra hit .304 with 44 doubles, 19 home runs, 66 RBI, 37 stolen bases, 143 runs and 129 walks. He finished second in the NL MVP race and dominated in the World Series, hitting .348 with four home runs, eight RBI and seven walks.
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Injury prone, Dykstra retired with the Phillies following the 1996 season with 81 home runs and 285 stolen bases.