Callison Cravath Klein Best 1 17 16 13 Best 2 34 31 26 Best 3 50 42 35Just to repeat myself, these are the best seasons aside from the five best mentioned above. Really, the case for Callison is so compelling that I’m surprised, now, to find just how compelling it is. He contributed in two other seasons, giving him an entire decade as a worthwhile player for the Phillies. Klein doesn’t have anything else, once you get past his eight best seasons. Neither does Cravath, but in those eight seasons, Cravath has a noticeable edge in Win Shares, 186 to 175. And that edge would be bigger if not for World War I, because of which the National League played an abbreviated schedule in both 1918 and 1919. I can see the argument for Klein over Cravath. I don’t quite buy the argument, but I can see it. But Johnny Callison’s the greatest right fielder in Phillies history. And if he’s ever replaced, it won’t be Chuck Klein who does it. It will be Bobby Abreu.