Phillies top five utility men over the last past 40 years
5: Luis Aguayo (1980 – 1988)
Aguayo was a 21-year old during his rookie season with the 1980 World Series championship team. He hit .277 in 47 at-bats with a solid .747 OPS while playing second base and shortstop. Also playing third base during his career, Aguayo had a mediocre .962 fielding percentage but was always a threat at the plate.
Aguayo had a .518 slugging percentage with an .857 OPS in 56 at-bats in 1982. He had two other seasons with an OPS over .800. His best season was in 1987 when he had 22 extra base hits, including 12 home runs in just 209 at-bats.
Aguayo spent time with the Yankees and Indians following his time in Philadelphia before retiring following the 1989 season. In 867 at-bats in Philadelphia, Aguayo hit 35 doubles, 33 home run and an OPS of .729.