Hunter Pence was the face of the lowly Houston Astros, but now Pence is one of many stars on the powerful Philadelphia Phillies.

On July 29, Pence went from worst to first in one day, when the Astros traded their two-time All-Star outfielder to Philadelphia. Houston has the worst record in baseball and Philadelphia the best.

Pence entered Tuesday hitting .326 since joining the Phillies, with five homers and 15 RBI. Pence's season totals entering: .312, 16 homers, 77 RBI.

With the Phillies in town to play the Reds this week, the 28-year-old Pence took time to answer five questions from The Enquirer.