Fletcher developed a problem after leaving the Phillies in that he became an alcoholic: "His wife divorced him, he attempted suicide and he was spiraling out of control until his sister stepped in and called the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.)."
1993 was also somewhat of a magical season for catcher Doug Lindsey, who appeared in his second season with the Phillies that year and played with two teams. Problem is, if you blinked, you missed his entire big-league career.
Andy Carter was born in Philadelphia, played his high school ball in the suburbs at Springfield High School, and was chosen by the Phillies with their 37th round selection in the 1987 MLB Draft out of the University of Delaware.
Gene Schall didn't leave much of a legacy as a player over parts of two seasons. And though he has been with the organization for more than a decade in scouting, it's tough to find a productive legacy there either.
The 1995 Phillies pitcher for the 'Phillies 50' series of most random players is right-hander Chuck Ricci, who made his only seven MLB appearances that year.