3. Chris Taylor
Chris Taylor brings a lot to the table. The Phillies need a centerfielder and a left-fielder; Taylor plays both. The Phillies need a lot of infield help; Taylor plays shortstop, second, and third base. The longtime Dodger does it all, and the Phillies need all of it.
Offensively, Taylor is a pretty steady hitter. He’s got a career .261/.337/.443 line and .779 OPS over eight seasons in the majors, and averages 32 doubles, 17 home runs, and 67 RBI per 162 games.
Having played with the Dodgers since his 2016 trade from the Mariners, Taylor has quite a bit of postseason experience; 62 games, to be precise. His career postseason stat line of .259/.364/.478 and .842 OPS is remarkably similar to his regular-season career. Adding players like Taylor who know how to play in the postseason and how to win in the postseason will make a world of difference for the Phillies.