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Top Moments for Every Phillies Player Voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
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The 2013 Hall of Fame ballot is one that has been five years in the making and a hotbed of discussion, but still hit the voters, fans and other baseball folks like a ton of bricks, the elephant in the room being, "Do players who have been caught or accused of 'cheating' have a right to be inducted into the Hall of Fame?" 

Now, that's a long discussion for a different day. When you sit and think back on some of these careers, however, it's easy to make a case for their inclusion. No man in history has more home runs than Barry Bonds. Roger Clemens won the Cy Young Award seven different times. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. 

Luckily for the Phillies, this isn't a debate that is going to rage in their inner circle. The Phillies haven't had a player inducted into Cooperstown since Jim Bunning finally got the call in 1996, and probably won't see another one any time soon. 

But it does get one to thinking, what was the greatest moment of each member of the Phillies in the Hall of Fame? This slideshow will take a look back at the careers of some of baseball's all-time greats.

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