Top ten power hitters in Phillies all-time franchise history
6 – Dick Allen (1963 – 1969, 1975 – 1976)
One of the most underrated power hitters in history, Allen belted 351 home runs in his career, 204 with the Phillies, ranking 94th all-time in the league. He is ninth in franchise history in home runs and hit 30 more three times with a career-high of 40 in 1966. Allen ranked top ten in the National League in home runs in five out of six seasons from 1964 to 1969. Allen hit 29 home runs and drove in 91 runs in his 1964 Rookie of the Year campaign, finishing seventh in the National League in home runs that year. Allen’s isolated power of .240 is fourth of all the players on this list.
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5 – Pat Burrell (2000 – 2008)
Burrell hit 20 or more long balls eight times with the Phillies with a season-high 37 in 2002. He also hit 30 or more home runs two other times, including 33 for the World Champions in 2008. Burrell’s 251 home runs with the team rank fourth in franchise history. In addition, his 827 runs batted in as a Phillie rank 10th in franchise history.
4 – Jim Thome (2003 – 2005, 2012)
Thome’s big bat was only in Philadelphia a relatively short time, hitting 101 of his 612 bombs in the red pinstripes. Thome led the league in home runs with 47 in 2003 and hit 42 in 2004. His isolated power of .281 is best of all players on this list, as is his 13.28 at-bats per home run ratio.