These are the worst seasons, by position, for a Phillies player since 1990. Eligability was at least 1/2 season as the starter at the position.
C Darren Daulton - 1991 - played in 89 games, batted .196. Great leader. Absolutely insane. Horrid 1991 season.
1B Dave Hollins - 1995 - the deepest position in baseball, and our first baseman was a bad third baseman? Hit .229 wth 7 homeruns in 65 games before being traded to Boston for Mark Whiten. He went on to hit .154 in Beantown.
2B Mickey Morandini - 2000 - Mick should not have been playing this year. Hit .252 with zero dingers before getting traded to Toronto for...oh, god...Rob Ducey.
SS Kevin Stocker - 1995 - this was an especially brutal offensive year for a guy I will have trouble saying anything else bad about, except he wasn't a good hitter. .218 with a single round-tripper.
3B David Bell - 2003 - One of the reasons many Phillie fans can't stand this loser. As soon as he signs a healthy contract, he hits .195. Thankfully, he played on 85 games due to injury.
OF Pat Burrell - 2003 - Two-Zero-Nine. What is that to Pat Burrell? Number of cigarettes smoked per day? Number of hook-ups in a week? Nope, his BA for the 2003 season. It was painful, physically painful, to watch Pat Burrell swing a bat that year. Change of stance. Change position in the box. Change pre-pitch routine. Wiggle the bat. Don't wiggle the bat. None of it worked. He swung at every slider in the dirt and watched every fastball right down the middle. I still get nightmares about this season.
OF Von Hayes - 1991 - lets be honest, Von Hayes sucked big time this year. He played half a season, hit .225 with absolutely no homeruns. He was also making $2.2 million that year, not exactly chump change for 1991.
OF Rob Ducy - 2000 - one of the stupidest things I ever saw, occured with Rob Ducey in 2000. He started with the Phils, hit .189 thru half a season. So, the Phils traded him to the Blue Jays for some retard. He hit .154 while in Canada. I say "while in Canada" because he was later traded to....the Phillies!!! for Mickey Morandini, who made this list too for the same season!! Why would a team trade for a guy hitting below .200, who already hit below .200 for you THIS YEAR? Who know, but they did, and he went on a wicked hot streak, hitting .217 the rest of the way. He was recently spotted at a Harrisburg Senator's game...as their hitting coach!!!
UTIL Abraham Nunez - 2006 - [in progress] his numbers are so bad, I'm fairly safe in including him in this list. After 100 at-bats, he's .150-1-5. Ouch.
UTIL Alex Arias - 2000 - what Abe Nunez strives to be... .187-2-15
SP Paul Abbot - 2004 - Larry Bowa had to run this guy out there every 5 days...opposing managers were overjoyed. Finished 1-6 with a 6.24...and never pitched again.
SP Rich Hunter - 1996 - got 14 starts in his only season in the majors...wonder why...3-7 with a 6.49
SP Calvin Maduro - 1997 - the 1997 version of Rich Hunter 3-7 with a 7.23 then released. Sure glad we traded Todd Zeile and Pete Incaviglia to get him (and Garrett Stephenson.)
SP Gavin Floyd - 2006 - [in progress...kind of] 4-3, 7.29 ERA, 1 demotion...however, pitched teams only CG shutout in rain-shortened 5-inning game.
SP Paul Byrd - 2000 - Byrdman loves Jesus, but he still couldn't get anybody out in 2000. Totalled a lovely 2-9 with a 6.51...has had nothing higher than 4.05 ERA since leaving Philadelphia.
RP Norm Charlton - 1995 - another Ed Wade free agent gem. Exploded out of the bullpen then imploded on the mound...2-5 with a 7.36.
RP Ricky Bottallico - 1998 - 1-5 with a 6.44. We don't call him Blowtallico for nothing.
RP Turk Wendell - 2001 - traded with Dennis Cook for Bruce Chen and slop during the "playoff push" of '01. What's that? You have ligament damage in your elbow? Here comes a 7.47 ERA and there goes the playoffs.
CL Jeff Brantley - 2000 - every time I see that midget on ESPN, I want John Kruk to choke him. He couldn't close out a church league softaball game in 2000. Finished with 23 saves, but did it with a 5.86 ERA and 7 losses.