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While a whopping 10 players made their major-league debuts for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2020, the team probably won’t be relying on that many rookies in 2021.

Still, young players will have to play a role for the Phillies in the upcoming season, just as they do for any team.

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Top prospects that are still rookie eligible such as Mickey Moniak and Adonis Medina are likely to get major-league looks again this season. Players like shortstop Bryson Stott or left-hander Damon Jones could even make their big-league debuts.

But some lesser known prospects could also crack the majors for the Phillies this season as well. If the Phillies need to utilize what minor-league depth they have, there are a few players most likely to make an impact. Phillies Nation examined the three players that could have the best chances of doing so:

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PHILADELPHIA — Phillies president Andy MacPhail said a few weeks ago that they could move forward without a new head of baseball operations in the short term, because the next several weeks would be mostly internal decisions about their own players.

Friday was one of those days.

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They announced that they placed six players on the 40-man roster, the deadline to protect them from the Rule 5 Draft: left-handers Kyle Dohy, Damon Jones and Bailey Falter; right-hander Francisco Morales; infielder Nick Maton and outfielder Simon Muzziotti.

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Morales is the organization’s No. 4 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline. He could be a stud in the Phillies’ rotation at some point. He has a fastball that touches 98 mph. He also throws a nasty slider, which got a 30 percent swing-and-miss rate in 2019, and a solid changeup. He is only 21 and has not pitched above Class A Lakewood, so he is probably at least a year away from helping the Phillies in the big leagues, but it looks like the $900,000 they paid him in the 2016-17 international signing period was well spent.

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Muzziotti is the No. 11 prospect in the organization. Maton is No. 13, Jones is No. 15 and Dohy is No. 27.

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Muzziotti is a high-contact hitter who plays an above-average center field, which could have made him intriguing to another team, despite the fact he has not played above Class A Advanced Clearwater. The Phillies placed Maton on their 60-man player pool this summer. He could break into the big leagues next season in a utility role. Jones and Dohy could help the Phillies’ bullpen next season.

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The Phillies selected Falter in the fifth round of the 2015 Draft. Falter, 23, went 6-5 with a 3.84 ERA for Double-A Reading in 2019.

The Phillies have 37 players on the 40-man roster.

A left-handed reliever, Dohy appeared to be on the path to major-league promotion early in the 2019 season similar to the one right-hander Seranthony Domínguez took the year prior. Dohy dominated in six appearances and 11 innings in Double-A Reading, and was quickly promoted to Triple-A. But the hard-throwing lefty struggled to adjust to the higher level, and remained there for the rest of the season, posting a 6.19 ERA in 41 appearances with Lehigh Valley.

After the canceled 2020 Minor League Baseball season, Dohy will likely return to Triple-A to start 2021. He was added to the 40-man roster earlier this winter, making the 24-year-old a likely candidate for a promotion if the Phillies need bullpen help during the season.

Cristopher Sánchez, LHP

The Phillies traded for Sánchez ahead of last season when the Tampa Bay Rays chose to not add him to their 40-man roster. And after spending the 2020 season at the team’s alternate training site in Lehigh Valley, Sánchez could be in line to make his major-league debut at some point this season.

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The 24-year-old has a fastball that approaches 100 miles per hour from the left side, as well as experience in both starting and relief roles in the minors. He had a 2.26 ERA in 24 outings — 10 of them starts — across three levels in 2019. Sánchez could serve as a spot starter or an addition to the bullpen if the Phillies need additional pitching depth at the majors in 2021.

Kyle Holder, infielder

Holder, the Phillies’ selection in this winter’s Rule 5 draft, will almost certainly have some kind of major-league role if he stays in the organization. Holder will have to stay on the team’s active roster throughout the upcoming season, or the Phillies would have to offer him back to the New York Yankees.

The 26-year-old reached Double-A in the Yankees organization in 2019, and spent last season at their alternate site. The 2015 first-round pick had a .742 OPS in 112 games in his last minor-league season. Primarily a shortstop, Holder has also played second base and third base. He could be the Phillies utility infielder to begin the 2021 season.

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The Philadelphia Phillies had a disappointing 2020 season, but they did see the emergence of several expected and unexpected rookies on the roster.

Alec Bohm had an impressive rookie season. (David John Griffin/Icon Sportswire)
While the Phillies have a farm system that lacks talent that will help within the next couple of years, the young wave of players that made their debuts with the team last season could all assume impactful roles moving forward.

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Alec Bohm was the highest-ranked position player in the Phillies farm system and excelled in his first season as a major leaguer. In 44 games, he slashed .338/.400/.481 and led the majors with a .452 batting average with runners in scoring position.

While Bohm’s future at third base is questionable, there is no questioning his hit tool. He was a key cog in the Phillies offense in the month of October and will continue to complement Bryce Harper and Rhys Hoskins in the middle of the lineup for years to come.

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Spencer Howard was the Phillies highest-ranked pitching prospect coming into the season, but despite being considered major-league ready, he struggled in the six starts he made. Before being ruled out for the season due to a shoulder injury, Howard went 1-2 with a 5.92 ERA in 24 1/3 innings pitched.

While Howard did not make the immediate impact that Bohm did, he still could have a bright future with the team. He was a top pitcher for a reason, and flashes an impressive four-pitch repertoire that could help him eventually a near-top of the rotation pitcher.

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No one outside of that duo was hyped coming into the season, but the Phillies got production from other rookies.

JoJo Romero was a crafty starting pitcher in the minors and was not known to throw at all above the low 90s. But in his debut against the Atlanta Braves in late august, Romero struck out the side and, perhaps more surprisingly, hit 97 miles per hour on the radar gun.

The Phillies have added six Rule 5 Draft-eligible prospects to their 40-man roster.
The Philadelphia Phillies added six prospects to their 40-man roster on Friday — left-handed pitchers Kyle Dohy (24 years old), Bailey Falter (23), Damon Jones (26); right-handed pitcher Francisco Morales (21); infielder Nick Maton (23); and outfielder Simon Muzziotti (21).

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By selecting their contracts ahead of Friday’s deadline, these players are now protected from being selected by another team in next month’s Rule 5 Draft. The Phillies’ 40-man roster now stands at 37 players. Maton, Morales, and Muzziotti were recently named to Baseball America’s Top 10 Phillies prospects list.

2019 Stats
Dohy (AA, AAA): 7-5, 5.32 ERA, 47 appearances, 105 strikeouts, 67 2/3 innings
Falter (AA): 6-5, 3.84 ERA, 14 starts, 62/15 SO/BB, 77 1/3 innings
Jones (A+, AA, AAA): 5-4, 2.91 ERA, 23 starts, 152/59 SO/BB, 114 1/3 innings
Morales (A): 1-8, 3.82 ERA, 27 appearances, 15 starts, 129 SO, 96 2/3 innings
Maton (A+, AA): .266/.349/.376, 17 2B, 3 3B, 7 HR, 51 RBI
Muzziotti (A+): .287/.337/.372, 21 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 28 RBI, 21 SB
Dohy, Falter, Jones, Morales, Maton and Muzziotti are Rule 5-eligible because they either signed their first professional contract when they were at least 19 years old and have played four years, or signed when they were 18 or younger and have played five years.

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Last year, the Phillies protected four prospects, including left-handers JoJo Romero, Garrett Cleavinger and Cristopher Sanchez, as well as right-hander Mauricio Llovera. Romero (12 appearances, 7.59 ERA), Cleavinger (1 appearance, 13.50 ERA), and Llovera (1 appearance, 36.00 ERA) all made their big-league debuts this past season. Sanchez was added to the 60-man player pool, but never received the call up from the Phillies alternate training site in Lehigh Valley.

Despite protecting these four, several other of the organization’s prospects remained vulnerable to being plucked. NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Jim Salisbury notes that southpaw reliever Zach Warren, southpaw starter David Parkinson, slugging outfielder Jhailyn Ortiz, and righty Kevin Gowdy were left unprotected. The Phillies lost no players in the 2019 Rule 5 Draft’s major league phase.

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The draft provides a unique opportunity to add a player for $100,000 from another organization through means other than free agency or trade. If the Phils were to select a player — such as they famously did 16 years ago with the now-Hall of Fame-eligible Shane Victorino — they must remain on the big-league roster for the entirety of the 2021 season or be offered back to their original team for $50,000.

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The Phillies have not kept any of their Rule 5 selections since Tyler Goeddel in 2016. They selected 26-year-old shortstop Vimael Machin from the Chicago Cubs in the 2019 Rule 5 Draft, but soon after dealt him to the Oakland Athletics for cash considerations.

The 2020 Rule 5 Draft will take place on Thursday, December 10; the annual offseason event is typically held on the last day of Winter Meetings (this year’s will not be held in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic). Perhaps, the Phils could target a reliever, as they look to revamp their near-all-time-worse bullpen from the 2020 season.

The 24-year-old southpaw continued to impress over his next handful of outings, pitching to a 2.89 ERA over his first nine appearances. But Romero struggled down the stretch and allowed six earned runs in just three outings.

Despite these struggles, though, Romero still looks to be at least a part of a Phillies bullpen that hopes to improve in 2021 and beyond.

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Elsewhere in the bullpen, Connor Brogdon struggled greatly during his first cup of coffee in the majors. In three August appearances, he allowed three home runs and five earned runs in just 2 2/3 innings of work.

But, after spending some time at the alternate site in Lehigh Valley, Brogdon came back and pitched extremely well. In six games, Brogdon allowed zero earned runs and just one hit. He also struck out 14 batters in just 8 2/3 innings of work, flashing potential to become a high-leverage reliever for the Phillies in the future.

These four players all could play a big part in a 2021 Phillies team that is not likely to have high hopes heading into the season.

If the team loses Realmuto, Bohm will need to step up and continue his excellent September production from the plate. As Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler hold down the top of the rotation, the Phillies will need Howard to step up and stabilize the middle of the rotation, along with Zach Eflin.

And, just as importantly, Brogdon and Romero will be counted on to bolster a bullpen that was likely the worst in baseball history. Even if the Phillies sign multiple relievers, these two will have a role moving forward.

Other Phillies prospects that made their debuts in 2020 could have an impact moving forward, although their roles are not as clear as the four mentioned above.

Ramon Rosso struggled out of the gate, but flashes stuff that could allow him to be the Phillies long reliever in 2021. Garrett Cleavinger only appeared in one game, but struck out 14.5 hitters per nine innings the previous season in Reading.

The Phillies will need to rely on these players, as it does not appear that they will be able to patch all of their holes in free agency with a self-imposed budget. Their offseason plans will become clearer in the coming weeks, with the MLB Winter Meetings starting on Monday.

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Catching up on some MLB Network Friday morning, the channel’s group of panelists did a bit on which current free agent reliever is the most deserving of a two-year contract. They were picking between Blake Treinen, Shane Greene, Archie Bradley, and Anthony Bass. The player that they universally decided on? Reigning World Series champion Treinen, a player that the Philadelphia Phillies were heavily linked to during last year’s offseason.

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A seven-year veteran, Treinen has had a very productive career as a major league reliever. He has 72 saves across 372 appearances, and boasts a career ERA of 3.02. His best season came in 2018 with the Oakland Athletics, where he recorded a 0.81 ERA across 80.1 innings, earning his first All-Star game nod.

The LA Dodgers scooped up the veteran right-hander on a one-year deal last winter in hopes that he would solidly their bullpen for a potential World Series run – and he did just that. Treinen finished the year with a 3.86 ERA, and didn’t allow a run during his NLWC and NLDS appearances.

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Reliever Connor Brogdon made his Phillies’ debut on Aug. 13 with the Phils trailing 6-2 in the top of the eighth inning during that dreaded three-game series vs. Baltimore. And in typical Phillies 2020 bullpen fashion, he almost immediately gave up a three-run homerun. Despite this, Joe Girardi elected to leave the rookie in for the ninth, which, of course, promptly backfired when Brogdon surrendered a two-run homerun, extending the Orioles’ lead to 11-4.

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My heart broke for the rookie. Due to the unfortunate circumstances he was put in, and it being his debut, I decided to not lump Brogdon in with the rest of the bullpen. I felt he still had potential, and that the Phillies’ bullpen curse didn’t completely overtake him just yet.

Following his debut, Brogdon was then optioned and recalled to and from Lehigh Valley countless times. When the righty, sporting a 16.88 ERA, finally returned to action on Sept. 13 vs. Miami, (you know, that fateful seven-game series) I was pleasantly surprised when he miraculously got out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam. From this moment forward, Brogdon was lights out. In six September appearances, Brogdon only allowed one hit, two walks, and struck out 14. His opponent’s BA was just .037, and his ERA never climbed above zero.

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Brogdon relied most heavily on his four-seam fastball, peaking at around 97 mph, which often generated fly balls and had well-above-average velocity. His change-up, peaking at 84 mph, and cutter, peaking at 89 mph, both elicited a high number of swings and misses.

The 25-year-old was probably the Phillies’ most reliable bullpen arm during the month of September. In his final two appearances of the 2020 season vs. the eventual American League champion Tampa Bay Rays, Brogdon struck out the side in two relief appearances on Sept. 25 and 26. I just think that’s neat!

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And something I still find myself lying awake at night thinking about is if Girardi decided to use Brogdon instead of Brandon Workman on Sept. 22 vs. the Nationals, the Phillies most likely would have made the postseason. Workman entered the game and instantly surrendered a walk-off two-run homerun (typical) to rookie Yadiel Hernández, the first and only homerun of his career so far (you can’t make this stuff up.) All I’m saying is that if Girardi went with Brogdon instead, whose numbers had been trending well and had been shut down in relief, the Phils might have held onto their lead, won the game, and maybe even made the postseason.

But I digress. Everything happens for a reason, I suppose.

The bad:

August 13th, 19th, and 20th. I’ve already mentioned what happened on Aug. 13, but the 19th and 20th were just as bad for Brogdon. In 1.1 IP, he allowed one hit, two ER, two walks, one homerun, and posted a 13.50 ERA. He fit right in with the Phillies bullpen in August!

The future:

There are still a lot of questions to be answered about Connor Brogdon in 2021. Will he be the reliable, shutdown reliever we saw in September? Or the unpredictable, shaky one we saw during his first three games in August? It’s hard to say over a sample size of only nine games.

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I truly believe Brogdon could be a solid arm in the bullpen in 2021, similar to how Jojo Romero could be. Both Brogdon and Romero struggled at some point during 2020, but it was their rookie seasons and they were thrown into an absolute mess of a bullpen, so I would not write them off just yet. And honestly, their struggles weren’t too bad compared to some of the other guys we saw out of the Phillies’ bullpen (*shudders in Heath Hembree*)

But I believe the Phillies’ youthful arms will not be able to meet their full potential until proven, veteran arms are brought in. The organization is doing its rookie relievers a disservice by not surrounding them with experienced and effective pitchers in the bullpen. Luckily, the hiring of Caleb Cotham as pitching coach will definitely help in this respect, but the team must build around their young relievers if they want to be successful.

Overall, 2021 will certainly be a year for Brogdon to prove himself and what he brings to the Phils’ bullpen. I am interested to see how he fares in a non-shortened season. There’s no doubt about it, the dude’s got stuff, which we saw during September, but will the late-season success he had in 2020 sustain itself in 2021?

When it comes to the Philadelphia Phillies pretty much anyone would be an upgrade to their league-worst bullpen, however, Treinen in particular looks like a guy who could stabilize things for Philly. Not only is he a proven player coming off a successful World Series win, but he also fits the bill in terms of what Joe Girardi tends to prioritize out of his high-leverage arms.

In 2020, Girardi made a point of leaning on “veteran experience” when it came to late-inning outings. He repeatedly tried to make Brandon Workman work (no pun intended) out as the team’s closer, and guys like David Phelps and Heath Hembree routinely saw important innings as well.

Fans got frustrated with this philosophy, calling for the likes of JoJo Romero and Connor Brogdon instead. While clearly Workman wasn’t the answer at closer, there was some legitimacy to Girardi not wanting to turn the reigns over to the young guns. Romero increasingly got worse and worse as the regular season progressed, really highlighting the need for a legit, veteran bullpen arm.

Outside of Treinen just being a solid relief arm, his past experience as an effective closer would allow Girardi to move Hector Neris out of the closer position entirely. The recently re-signed right-hander has long been a controversial figure amongst Philadelphia Phillies fans, with the general consensus being that he’s better fitted for a 7th/8th inning role. His analytic numbers always look decent, but his inability to keep his composure in save situations is borderline impossible to ignore.

By signing Treinen, Neris could slide into the team’s set-up role. A likely better fit for the 31 year old reliever.

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Treinen turns 33 in June, so there’s reason to pause when it comes to handing over a massive two-year deal. However, the Phillies can’t get too picky here. They need bullpen help, and they need it now. Inking Treinen to a two-year deal, with the second year being a club-option, seems like it would be a win-win scenario for both sides.