Here’s a look at what eight key Phillies did in the post-season and their OPS in the regular season:

Player AB AVG OBP SLG OPS Season OPS
Rollins 59 237 286 407 692 786
Werth 55 309 387 582 969 861
Utley 50 220 391 460 851 915
Howard 52 269 397 500 897 881
Burrell 44 227 346 455 801 875
Victorino 52 269 345 481 826 799
Feliz 44 250 283 273 555 704
Ruiz 46 261 346 391 737 620

Using OPS as the measure, Ruiz and Werth were better offensive players during the post-season than during the regular season. Rollins, Utley, Burrell and Feliz were worse. Victorino and Howard were about the same.

Here’s the group ordered by OPS in the post-season and then OPS in the regular season:

 
Post season
  Player OPS
1 Werth 969
2 Howard 897
3 Utley 851
4 Victorino 826
5 Burrell 801
6 Ruiz 737
7 Rollins 692
8 Feliz 555
     
 
Regular season
1 Utley 915
2 Howard 881
3 Burrell 875
4 Werth 861
5 Victorino 799
6 Rollins 786
7 Feliz 704
8 Ruiz 620

Werth didn’t have a good series against the Dodgers in the NLCS, hitting just 190/227/238 as he went 4-for-21 with a double and seven strikeouts. He was a monster in the NLDS and the World Series, though, going 13-for-34 with six doubles, a triple and a home run.

Howard went 2-for-11 against the Brewers. He hit .300 against the Dodgers, but with just one extra-base hit, a double. 6-for-21 with three home runs in the World Series.

Utley went 5-for-33 in the NLDS and World Series combined (but with two home runs, seven walks and a double), but had a fantastic NLCS. 6-for-17 (.353) with two doubles, a home run and six walks against the Dodgers.

Victorino had a huge series against the Brewers, 5-for-14 with three doubles and a home run, but cooled after that. 9-for-38 (.237) with a triple and a home run against LA and the Rays.

Burrell 9-for-30 (.300) with three home runs against the Brewers and Dodgers before going 1-for-14 (with five walks) in the World Series.

Ruiz was 1-for-14 against the Brewers, but 11-for-27 (.407) with three doubles and a home run after the NLDS.

Rollins terrorized the Brewers (375/412/688 with two doubles and a home run in 16 at-bats), but went 8-for-43 (.186) in the NLCS and World Series.

Feliz had one extra-base hit, a double, in 44 post-season at-bats. He’s now slugging .296 in 54 playoff at-bats for his career. We may have to cut him some slack, what with winning the World Series and all.

Ruben Amaro Jr will be the Phillies next GM.