No. 2: Kyle Schwarber, 114.4 mph
And one more time, it's Schwarber with his hardest hit of the 2023 season. This one, shockingly, wasn't a home run.
Leading off a July 6 contest against the Tampa Bay Rays at beautiful Tropicana Field, Schwarber laced a high 0-2 fastball from Rays starter Shawn Armstrong down the right field line at 114.4 mph, ending up on second base with a double.
The Phillies would go on to win the low scoring affair 3-1, with our boy Schwarber knocking in the winning run in the 11th inning on a 93.2 mph single.
No. 1: Bryce Harper, 115.7 mph
Finally, we come to the hardest hit by a Phillies player in 2023, and it's Bryce Harper with a 115.7 mph home run on Aug. 29.
Facing Los Angeles Angels starter Tyler Anderson to lead off the second inning, Harper got a 1-0 middle-middle 89.2 mph sinker and rocketed a solo home run 432 feet off the second-deck scoreboard in right field at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies' first run of the game tied the affair at 1-1, and they would eventually cruise to a 12-7 victory.
The homer was the 299th home run of Harper's career and ties for the 14th hardest hit ball in the majors in 2023.