10 – Dick Allen
Allen played nine seasons with the Phillies and was one of the most dangerous power hitters of his era. He hit 30 or more home runs three times with the Phillies with a career-high of 40 in 1966. Allen also knocked in 110 runs that season and lead the league with a .632 slugging percentage. He also led the league in on-base percentage in 1967 and earned Rookie of the Year honors in 1964 with a .318 average, 29 home runs, and 91 RBI. A three-time All-Star with the Phillies, Allen hit .290 with 204 home runs and a .530 slugging percentage in 1070 games with the Phillies. In addition to the Phillies, Allen played for the Cardinals, Dodgers, White Sox and A’s, finishing his career 351 home runs.
9 – Richie Ashburn
Known as “Whitey”, Ashburn was a key member of the 1950 NL Championship team. He hit .333 as a rookie in 1948 and lead the league in stolen bases with 32. Ashburn hit over .300 eight times, leading the league in 1955 and 1958. Known also for great speed and eye at the plate, Ashburn lead the league in hits and walks three times and triples twice in a Phillies uniform. He is the All-Time franchise leader in singles and in 12 seasons with the Phillies, Ashburn hit .311 with 2217 hits. Ashburn followed a stellar career as part of one of the best broadcast tandems in history with Harry Kalas and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1995.