Phillies infield power rankings going into the 2024 season

Ranking Phillies infielders for the upcoming season. Who takes the top spot?
Philadelphia Phillies infielder power rankings feature Trea Turner, Bryce Harper, Alec Bohm, and Bryson Stott
Philadelphia Phillies infielder power rankings feature Trea Turner, Bryce Harper, Alec Bohm, and Bryson Stott / Sean M. Haffey/GettyImages
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The Philadelphia Phillies still have question marks when it comes to certain areas of the ballclub heading into 2024. Our previous power rankings of the Phillies outfield painted a picture of a team that needs a lot of things to go right as we enter the new season. Especially with the greater expectations that come with a team projected to make it back to the playoffs.

Today we look at the power rankings for the Phillies infield.

On paper, the infield is as good, if not better than most teams in Major League Baseball. The starting five of Alec Bohm, Trea Turner, Bryson Stott, Bryce Harper, and J.T. Realmuto can straight-up mash at the plate. Turner, Harper, and Realmuto are all established All-Stars, while Bohm and Stott are solid young players who many think will be well-above-average major-league contributors for years to come.

The biggest question that most Phillies fans have about the infield heading into this season is how Bryce Harper will handle a full year at first base. His successful yet small sample size at the new position last year gave the Phillies front office enough confidence to let Rhys Hoskins walk in free agency this offseason. Will there be a learning curve for the former MVP in 2024?

Trea Turner is set to enter the second year of his 11-year, $300 million contract. Will the star shortstop put together a more consistent season in 2024 and prove to Phillies fans that 2023 was nothing more than a fluke? The Phillies certainly didn't sign Turner to a long-term contract with the intent of giving him a fan-driven motivational pep rally each season.

Which Turner are fans going to see in 2024? The player that struggled offensively and defensively before the All-Star break? Or will we bear witness to the same player who found his groove in the second half of 2023 and made a big impact all over the diamond?

That's a 48-word, $300 million dollar question.

Without further ado, let's dig into the power rankings of the seven infielders most likely to break camp with the Phillies in March.