2. Larry Bowa, 1970-81 Phillies
After going undrafted, the scrappy Larry Bowa spent 12 of his 16 big-league seasons with the Phillies, dating back to his 1970 debut.
The durable infielder played 100+ games in each of his Phillies seasons, but often ended up playing at least 150.
A two-time Gold Glover, he was an All-Star five times between 1974-79. The following season, he helped the Phillies to their first championship in franchise history.
A better shortstop than slugger, Bowa never hit more than four home runs in a season, and more often than not, hit no home runs at all. He did, however, once lead MLB by hitting 13 triples.
Bowa does have a higher dWAR than anyone else on this list, though, even our number-one guy…