Phillies Alumni: Postseason leaders

October 6th, 2021

When it comes to which Phillies have put up the best postseason numbers, it is rather obvious the core of Charlie Manuel’s teams would dominate. His clubs reached the postseason for five consecutive years from 2007-2011 -- the greatest era in franchise history.

During that golden era, the Phillies played 46 postseason games: National League Division Series (19), National League Championship Series (16), and World Series (11).

As might be expected, five players share the most games played category, with 46 (Ryan Howard, Jimmy Rollins, Carlos Ruiz, Chase Utley and Shane Victorino.)


At-Bats: 188, Rollins

Runs: 38, Utley

Hits: 47, Rollins, Victorino

Doubles: 13, Howard

Triples: 3, Mariano Duncan

Home Runs: 11, Jayson Werth

Extra-Base Hits: 22, Howard

Total Bases: 83, Howard

RBI: 33, Howard

Walks: 34, Utley

Stolen Bases: 11, Rollins

Average (min. 75 PA) .326, Pete Rose


Games: 33, Ryan Madson

Games Started: 13, Steve Carlton, Cole Hamels

Complete Games: 2, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Cliff Lee

Shutouts: 1, Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels, Curt Schilling

Wins: 7, Hamels

Losses: 5, Carlton

Saves: 12, Brad Lidge

Innings Pitched: 89.1, Carlton

Strikeouts: 77, Hamels

ERA (min. 40 IP): 2.33, Lee