Steve Carlton, No. 32
As the first pitcher in MLB history to win four Cy Young Awards, Steve Carlton pitched his way onto the wall like no one before him.
In a pleasant turn of events, Carlton was acquired in a rare successful trade for the Phillies, who got him from the St. Louis Cardinals ahead of the 1972 season. Over 15 seasons with the Phillies, Carlton posted a 3.09 ERA over 499 starts, including 185 complete games.
Carlton and Mike Schmidt led the Phillies to five division titles, and two pennants, including their first-ever championship season in 1980, and back to the World Series in 1983.
Roy Halladay, No. 34
The late, great Roy Halladay wasn’t in Philly very long, but he made the most of his four seasons with the club, winning the 2010 Cy Young award and leading MLB with 21 wins in his first season, adding two All-Star Games to his resumé, and helping the Phillies to their fourth and fifth consecutive division titles in 2010 and 2011. They haven’t won the division since.
On May 29, 2010, Halladay threw the second perfect game in franchise history (Jim Bunning’s was the first). That fall, in the NLDS, he became just the second pitcher in MLB history to throw a no-hitter in the postseason.