While snooping around the Baseball-Reference Leaders this morning, I noticed Jamie Moyer is working his way up in many categories of the record books (some good, some bad). Grand Pappy is 46 years old after all and has pitched 22 seasons, so it's only natural that his name is littered among the all-time pitching greats.
(Ranked in Top 100)
Games Started- 24th/584
Hits Allowed- 46th/3876
Homeruns Allowed- 5th/464
Hit Batters- 26th/128
Some of Moyer's teammates have joined him in the Top 100 of some categories. Chan Ho Park has hit 130 batters, which ranks him 22nd all-time. Ho Park is also ranked 47th in career earnings with $81,756,945 (that's just wrong). Closer Brad Lidge ranks 56th with a 164 saves. Chase Utley has the 54th best slugging percentage with .526 and 64th ranked OPS with .901.
Active former-Phils that are in the Top 100 of the record books: Bobby Abreu, Scott Rolen, Jim Thome, Aaron Rowand, Tom Gordon, and Billy Wagner.
Interesting Tid-Bit: Only 13 players have ever pitched in 1000+ games and 6 of them have been employed by the Phillies (Dan Plesac, Mike Timlin, Kent Tekulve, Jose Mesa, Roberto Hernandez, and Mike Jackson).