How are members of the 2023 Phillies doing on their new teams?

Let's check in to see how some former Phillies are doing in different uniforms this season.
Former Phillies and current Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Rhys Hoskins
Former Phillies and current Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Rhys Hoskins / Jeff Dean/GettyImages
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Every offseason sees plenty of player movement between teams. It's the business of modern baseball, and it's not going to change anytime soon.

Even though the Philadelphia Phillies, with a roster full of veteran stars and established role players, had minimal moves to make this winter, the offseason brought change. New faces came to town while we said goodbye to others. From players who had been with the Phillies for a long time to those who had just a brief stay in the City of Brotherly Love, former Phillies are scattered all around the majors.

So let's take a trip down memory lane and around the league to check in on players who played for the Phils last season.

We'll start with an honorable mention to Oliver Dunn. It's okay if you're unfamiliar with that name. He didn't actually play for the Phillies last year.

The third baseman spent 2023 in Double-A Reading but, after being traded in the offseason, made his MLB debut with the Milwaukee Brewers earlier this month. The 26-year-old has managed to stick with the big league club, playing in 25 games. In 69 plate appearances, he's hitting .231 with a .598 OPS, one home run, five RBI and a pair of stolen bases.

We might as well mention Josh Harrison, too, although there's not much to say. The 36-year-old veteran finds himself still out of a job one month into the season.

After a wildly unsuccessful 41-game stint with the Phillies in 2023, in which he hit .203 with a .554 OPS, he caught on with his hometown Cincinnati Reds this offseason. He appeared in eight spring training games before the Reds came to their senses and released him.

Alright, let's get to it and dig into the rest of the 2023 Phillies who are wearing a different uniform this season.