Phillies top five utility men over the last past 40 years
3: Greg Dobbs (2007 – 2010)
Dobbs came over to the Phillies in 2007 after spending his first three seasons with the Mariners. At 28-years old, he set a career high in home runs (10) and RBI (55) in his first season as a Phillie. Dobbs was a jack of all trades, playing first base, second base, third base, left field, right field, designated hitter and pinch hitter.
During the 2008 World Series championship season, Dobbs hit a career-high .301 with an OPS of .824. His production dropped over the next two seasons in Philadelphia to just a .196 average and .583 OPS in 2010.
With the Marlins in 2011, Dobbs had a career-high 113 hits and 23 doubles. He remained with the Marlins through part of the 2014 season and finished his career hitting .214 in 28 at-bats with the Nationals in 2014.
Dobbs had a solid .972 fielding percentage in his career, despite having to be prepared to play nearly every position on the field. In 455 games with the Phillies, Dobbs hit .261 with 47 doubles, 29 home runs, and 130 RBI.