|1st||Pete Alexander||Jack Clements||John Kruk||Chase Utley||Mike Schmidt||Jimmy Rollins||Ed Delahanty||Richie Ashburn||Bobby Abreu|
|2nd||Robin Roberts||Darren Daulton||Ryan Howard||Nap Lajoie||Dick Allen||Larry Bowa||Sherry Magee||Roy Thomas||Johnny Callison|
|3rd||Steve Carlton||Carlos Ruiz||Dolph Camilli||Dave Cash||Scott Rolen||Dave Bancroft||Del Ennis||Lenny Dykstra||Chuck Klein|
|4th||Jim Bunning||Andy Seminick||Fred Luderus||Juan Samuel||Willie Jones||Bob Allen||Greg Luzinski||Garry Maddox||Gavvy Cravath|
|5th||Cole Hamels||Spud Davis||Von Hayes||Tony Taylor||Pinky May||Granny Hamner||Pat Burrell||Billy Hamilton||Sam Thompson|
|6th||Curt Schilling||Bob Boone||Don Hurst||Otto Knabe||Pinky Whitney||Mickey Doolin||Morrie Arnovich||Cy Williams||Elmer Flick|
The Phillies are surprisingly strong at pitcher and in the outfield. In center and right fields, respectively, Shane Victorino and John Titus were fine players who just missed the cut.
Left field was a funny one. The top five were easy choices (as well as the franchise's top five in games played at the position), but after that the cupboard was pretty bare. I went with Arnovich on the 6th Team only because he had some degree of longevity, but he's hardly a clear-cut choice. There were plenty of other unnotables who could've been argued for.
The Phillies have never had an all-time great catcher, as you can see, but they've had a lot of good ones. That spot on the 6th Team came down to Boone, Clay Dalrymple, and Mike Lieberthal, and it was almost a coin-flip. The catcher on the 1st Team, Jack Clements, is sadly underrated.
The infield is an area where the Phillies are surprisingly weak. Chase Utley was so far and away the top choice at second base it was almost laughable. Nap Lajoie was an immortal, but his time with the Phillies was relatively brief, and before he blossomed into a legend. Third base and shortstop are both top-heavy.
It might be hard for some people to believe, but the Phillies have never had a truly great first baseman. Ryan Howard may have the longevity there, but John Kruk, in his brief-but-glorious run as Phillie first-sacker, was simply a better player. And after them, there's not a whole lot to get excited about. Any young, talented first baseman who wants to be on some franchise's 1st Team should try to find his way to Philadelphia.