Midseason and offseason trades in recent years have seen a number of prospects leave the Philadelphia Phillies’ minor-league system.
However, despite 16 prospects being traded in deals for Joe Blanton, Cliff Lee, Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt and Hunter Pence, the Phils' minor-league system still contains prospects projected to contribute at the major-league level.
For every prospect, such as Travis d’Arnaud and Jarred Cosart, whom the team has traded in recent years, prospects such as Trevor May and Jesse Biddle have emerged as players with the potential to one day contribute for the Phils at the big-league level.
Of course, that’s barring any future trades.
And although he’s lost his prospect status after playing in 56 major-league games with 184 at-bats last season, Domonic Brown still has the potential to contribute for the Phils after rising through the team’s minor-league ranks.
A number of these prospects may not simply be part of the group that is left following recent trades.
Throughout their minor-league system, the Phillies have multiple prospects who may be part of the team’s long-term plan.
Here are 10 prospects who may be part of that plan.