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Schmidt was picked in the second round of the 1971 draft by the Phillies.
Where can you even begin with Schmidt?
He spent his entire 18-year career with the Phillies. In these 18 seasons, Schmidt batted .267 with 1,595 runs batted in and 548 home runs. He was a 12-time All-Star game selection, six-time Silver Slugger award winner and a two-time MVP winner.
Schmidt's best season was arguably in 1980 when the Phillies won the World Series. In that year, Schmidt belted 48 home runs and drove in a total of 121 runs.
In all but two seasons Schmidt hit 30 home runs or more and drove in 100 runs or more nine times.
During the 1980 postseason, Schmidt had 13 hits in 11 games, including two home runs during the World Series.
As if Schmidt wasn't good enough on offense, he was a great fielder as well. Schmidt was awarded the Gold Glove award 10 times throughout his career.