Who would have ever thought that it would actually be weird watching a postseason without the Phillies?
It also makes you keep an eye out for ex-Phillies enjoying the playoffs in another uniform.
Let’s take a look at the former Phils in this year's postseason and see how they did/are doing.
And we’ll start with the guy the Phillies are probably missing the most.
Shane Victorino — Red Sox (Four games, moving onto ALCS)
.429 AVG. (6 for 14), 2 R, 3 RBI, 1 SB, 4 HBP, .556 OBP
Delmon Young — Rays (Five games, eliminated by Red Sox in
.272 AVG. (3 for 11), 1 R, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 1 BB, .308 OBP
Michael Young — Dodgers (Three games, moving onto NLCS)
.333 AVG., (1 for 3), .333 OBP
Marlon Byrd — Pirates (Five games, plays Cardinals in Game 5
of NLDS tonight)
.278 AVG., (5 for 18), 4 R, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 1 BB, 6 SO, .316 OBP
Michael Bourn — Indians (One game, eliminated by Rays in AL
.000 AVG. (0 for 4), 2 SO
Addition: Brandon Moss — A's
How could I forget Brandon Moss? The A's first baseman/outfielder held a lengthy career with the Phillies comprised of five games, six at-bats and no hits.
This postseason for Oakland in four games: .133 AVG. (2 for 15), 2 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 3 BB, 10 SO, .278 OBP
Others to note
Nick Punto appeared in one game for the Dodgers as a defensive replacement. … John McDonald did not make the Red Sox’s ALDS roster.
(Did we miss anyone?)