The Phillies won the franchises second World Series in 2008, but the wheels quickly began to fall off following that run.

While the early part of the decade saw some some success, featuring many familiar faces from that 2008 team. Shortly after, age began to cripple the roster, forcing change, which started a rebuild, with new faces filling those roles and positions.

The front half of the decade saw some great times, with some great players and pitching, but the middle and back-end of the decade saw mostly down times. The team finished with a overall record of 787-833 (.485) and just two playoff seasons.

Here is the Phillies team of the decade for 2010-2019.
1B - Ryan Howard (2010) - .276, 31 HR, 108 RBI
2B - Chase Utley (2013) - .284. 18 HR, 69 RBI
SS - Jimmy Rollins (2011) - .268, 16 HR, 63 RBI, 30 SB
3B - Maikel Franco (2016) - .255, 25 HR, 88 RBI
LF - Dom Brown (2013) - .272, 27 HR, 83 RBI
CF - Shane Victorino (2011) - .279, 16 HR, 61 RBI, 19 SB
RF - Bryce Harper (2019) - .260, 35 HR, 114 RBI
C - JT Realmuto (2019) - .275, 25 HR, 83 RBI

Here is what a line-up might look like:

1. Jimmy Rollins
2. Bryce Harper
3. Chase Utley
4. Ryan Howard
5. JT Realmuto
6. Shane Victorino
7. Dom Brown
8. Maikel Franco

SP - Roy Halladay (2010) - 21-10, 2.44 ERA, 1.041 WHIP
SP - Aaron Nola (2018) - 17-6, 2.37 ERA, 0.975 WHIP
SP - Cole Hamels (2011) - 14-9, 2.79 ERA, 0.986 WHIP
SP - Cliff Lee (2011) - 17-8, 2.40 ERA, 1.027 WHIP
SP - Jeremy Hellickson (2016) - 12-10, 3.71 ERA, 1.153 WHIP

CL - Jonathan Papelbon (2014) - 2.04 ERA, 39 Saves