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Third base – David Bell (2003)
Bell had a solid 12-year Major League career and spent four seasons in Philadelphia. However, his first season in Philadelphia was nothing but trouble for Bell. In 85 games, he hit just .195 with 14 doubles and 4 home runs in 297 at-bats. His .283 slugging percentage and .579 OPS was the worst of his career.
Bell was respectable at the plate the rest of his time with the Phillies before retiring with the Brewers in 2006.
Left field – Tyler Goeddel (2016)
Goeddel and Cody Asche played the bulk of the time in left field for the 2016 Phillies, neither of them successfully. Goeddel, in his only season to date in the Major Leagues, hit .192 with 10 extra base hits in 213 at-bats. He played in the Reds’ organization in 2017 and in the Dodgers’ organization this season.