V: Shane Victorino (outfield 2005 – 2012)
The “Flyin’ Hawaiian”, Victorino was a two-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glove award winner with the Phillies. He led the league in triples twice and stolen at least 30 bases four times. Victorino hit .279 with 998 hits, 88 home runs, and 179 stolen bases in 987 games with the Phillies.
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W: Jayson Werth (outfield 2007 – 2010)
Werth was a key part of the middle of the order for the 2008 World Series championship team and the 2009 NL Championship team. An All-Star in 2009, Werth hit a career-high 36 home runs with 99 RBI. In 554 games with the Phillies, Werth hit .282 with 95 home runs, 300 RBI and an .885 OPS.
Y: Dick Young (second base 1951 – 1952)
Very few position players whose last names started in Y played for the Phillies. Young had the most “success”, albeit playing in only 20 career games. In 77 at-bats, he had 18 hits, six doubles, and two RBI.
Z: Todd Zeile (third base 1996)
Zeile spent only part of one season in Philadelphia but had a solid season at the plate. He hit .268 with 24 doubles, 20 home runs, and 80 RBI in 134 games.