Barry Larkin is the newest member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. But a quick glance at his career splits offers a reminder that he didn't do too much damage (relatively speaking) against the Phillies.
Larkin's career batting average against the Phils was .270 - his lowest against any National League opponent. The only teams that held him to a worse average were the Indians and Athletics, obviously in a very small sample size. That said, his on-base percentage of .375 against the Phils was actually higher than his career figure of .371. He walked 76 times in 134 games vs. Philly, not too surprising given the quality of the pitchers he was facing. However, his slugging percentage against the Phils was .415, well below his career number of .444.
For what it's worth, here is how Larkin fared against some Phillies pitchers during his career from 1986-2004:
12-for-48 (.250) with 6 walks (a .333 OBP) and 0 HRs and 1 RBI vs. Curt Schilling
20-for-47 (.426) with 7 walks (a .491 OBP) vs. Terry Mulholland
8-for-16 (.500) with 3 walks (a .579 OBP) vs. Shane Rawley
7-for-26 (.269) with 2 walks (a .321 OBP) vs. Kevin Gross
1-for-12 (.083) with 1 walk (a .214 OBP) vs. the one, the only, Don Carman