Eye browsed raised? Maybe. Lieberthal might not be adored like Darren Daulton or Bob Boone, but it isn't his fault his tenure occurred during some lean Phillies' seasons. Lieby played for the Phillies from 1994-2006. Maybe he was a bad luck charm but that was the exact gap of the Phillies not making the postseason. They went to the World Series in '93 the year before he debuted and have won the division every year since he left.
However, Lieberthal ranks near the top in every category regarding Philadelphia catchers. He played in 1,174 games, had 4,695 plate appearances, crushed 150 home runs, was a two-time All Star and snagged a gold glove along the way. In 1999, Lieberthal hit .300 with 31 home runs and 96 RBI. Overall, Lieberthal hit .274 for the Phils and twice hit .300. His .313 batting average while playing 131 games in 2003 was a career high. It's just unfortunate Lieberthal played when he did, but he was an all-around terrific catcher who is probably underrated in the eyes of most.