• Dave Hollins: He started at third base, batting .273 with a .442 slugging percentage, 18 homers, and 93 RBIs, trailing only Daulton in that category. He was a Rule 5 pick of the Phillies in 1989 and played in the 1993 All-Star Game.
  • Pete Incaviglia: The journeyman outfielder played in 116 games for the Phillies during the 1993 season, hitting .274 with 24 home runs and a career-best 89 RBIs.
  • Danny Jackson: The 31-year-old started 32 games for the Phillies in one of just two seasons with the team. He started Game 3 of the World Series, lasting only five innings. During the regular season, Jackson had a 3.77 ERA in 210 1/3 innings.
  • Ricky Jordan: He backed up John Kruk at first base yet was consistent off the bench with a .289 average in 170 plate appearances. The Phils' first-round pick in the 1983 draft would play just two more seasons in the majors.
  • John Kruk: The big man played in 150 of the team's 162 regular-season games and made the last of his three career All-Star Game appearances. Kruk walked 111 times, struck out just 87, and batted .316 with 14 homers and 85 RBIs from the team's No. 3 spot in the lineup.
  • Roger Mason: Playing with his sixth of seven teams, Mason worked as a reliever for the Phillies, pitching in 34 games on his way to a 5-5 record with a 4.89 ERA. The righthander was productive in the World Series, surrendering just one run on four hits in 7 2/3 innings.
  • Mickey Morandini: The second baseman had just six plate appearances in the 1993 World Series and hit .247 during the regular season with 425 at-bats.
  • Terry Mulholland: An all-star, Mulholland made 28 starts during the regular season en route to a 3.25 ERA and 12 wins. He picked up a victory in Game 2 of the World Series but surrendered the first five runs in the fateful Game 6 loss.
  • Ben Rivera: 1993 was the most productive season of his short major-league career. Although his ERA sat at 5.02 in the regular season, he tossed 163 innings in 28 starts and picked up 13 wins.
  • Curt Schilling: He was the ace in 1993. He tied Greene with 16 wins to lead the team. Schilling started Game 1 of the World Series and pitched for the Phillies until midway through the 2000 season.
  • Kevin Stocker: The rookie shortstop appeared in 70 games, batting .324 with a .409 on-base percentage. Although he didn't debut until July, Stocker played in every game of the World Series.
  • Bobby Thigpen: The relief pitcher was traded to the Phillies midway through the year and appeared 17 times. He allowed one hit in 2 2/3 innings in the World Series.
  • Milt Thompson: In his second stint with the Phillies, Thompson, 34, totaled 387 plate appearances and a .262 batting average. He shared left field with Incaviglia.
  • David West: He appeared in 76 games, finishing 27 with three saves and a career-best 2.92 ERA and six wins.
  • Mitch Williams: Better known as the "Wild Thing," the closer had 43 saves in 57 appearances with a 3.34 ERA. But he did surrender the Series-winning home run to Joe Carter in Game 6.