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Philadelphia Phillies

All Time Center Fielder

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Richie Ashburn

1948 - 1962 (Center field)

2189 games, 29 home runs, .308 batting average

The only rookie to make the All Star team in 1948, Ashburn was named the Rookie of the Year and went on to become arguably the most beloved Phillie in history. One of the better lead off hitters in MLB, Ashburn led the NL in hitting two times: (.338 in 1955 and.350 in 1958); he hit .300 or better in nine of his 15 years in the majors and had an on-base percentage of .400 or more six times. He was enshrined in Baseball's Hall of Fame in 1995.


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Manager Gene Mauch
First Baseman Dick Allen
Second Baseman Tony Taylor
Third Baseman Mike Schmidt
Shortstop Larry Bowa
Left Fielder Sherry Magee
Center Fielder Richie Ashburn
Right Fielder Johnny Callison
Catcher Bob Boone
RH Pitcher Robin Roberts
LH Pitcher Steve Carlton
Closer Tug McGraw

Bobby Abreu, Pete Alexander, Dave Bancroft, David Bell, Jim Bunning, Pat Burrell, Marlon Byrd, Dolph Camilli, Dave Cash, Gavy Cravath, Darren Daulton, Ed Delahanty, Lenny Dykstra, Del Ennis, Elmer Flick, Doug Glanville, Cole Hamels, Granny Hammer, Billy Hamilton, Ryan Howard, Greg Jefferies, Deron Johnson, Jim Konstanty, Chuck Klein, John Kruk, Mike Lieberthal, Greg Luzinski, Kevin Millwood, Vincente Padilla, Ron Reed, Scott Rolen, Jimmy Rollins, Pete Rose, Carlos Ruiz, Curt Schilling, Andy Seminick, Chris Short, Curt Simmons, Ray Thomas, Jim Thome, Sam Thompson, Chase Utley, Shane Victorino, Billy Wagner, Turk Wendell, Rick Wise, Randy Wolf

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