Not many teams have the offensive firepower that the Phillies have in the outfield. Raul Ibanez was signed to replace Pat Burrell over the winter and he had a solid year. He played in 134 games for the Phillies this season and he was 136 for 500 (.272 avg, .899 OPS) with 93 runs scored, 34 homers and 93 RBIs. Unlike most of the Phillies’ players Ibanez does not have a lot of experience in the post season. He has played in 9 games in his post season career and he is 3 for 17 (.176 avg, .352 OPS) with 2 runs scored. Center fielder Shane Victorino is the quiet assassin of the Phillies. He played in 156 games for the Phillies this year and he was 181 for 620 (.292 avg, .803 OPS) with 102 runs scored, 10 homers, 62 RBIs and 25 stolen bases. Victorino has now played in 17 games in his post season career and he is 17 for 61 (.262 avg, .820 OPS) with 7 runs scored, 3 homers, 14 RBIs and 4 stolen bases. Jayson Werth had a true breakout season for the Phillies in 2009. He played in 159 games for the Phillies this season and he was 153 for 571 (.268 avg, .879 OPS) with 98 runs scored, 36 homers, 99 RBIs and 20 stolen bases. Werth was also outstanding for the Phillies last October and they hope he can do it all over again. He has played in 20 games in his post season career and he is 21 for 72 (.292 avg, .983 OPS) with 12 runs scored, 4 homers, 7 RBIs and 4 stolen bases.