The Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday made a move to try and retain three key players in their recent run of success.

According to MLB.com's Todd Zolecki, long-time shortstop Jimmy Rollins, pitcher Ryan Madson and left fielder Raul Ibanez were offered salary arbitration.

Rollins completed his 12th year of service for the franchise by hitting .268 with 16 home runs, 22 doubles and 63 RBI in 142 games. He also added 30 stolen bases and a pair of triples.

The 2007 NL MVP is a career .272 hitter with 170 homers, 388 doubles, 373 stolen bases and 725 runs batted in over 1,636 games with Philadelphia.

Madson, who became the de facto closer for the NL East champions due to bullpen injuries, finished 2011 at 4-2 with a 2.37 earned run average and 32 saves in 62 appearances.

The 31-year-old, who has filled virtually every role on the staff since his debut in 2003, holds a lifetime 47-30 mark, 3.59 ERA and 52 saves in 491 games (18 starts) for the Phils.

Ibanez, 39, completed his third season in Philly by hitting .245 with 20 homers, 31 doubles and knocking in 84 runs over 144 contests.

A 16-year veteran, Ibanez came to the Phillies in December of 2008 on a three- year deal worth a reported $31 million. During his three-year stint, he compiled a .264 average, 70 home runs and 260 RBI in 433 contests.