One of the brightest spots of the Philadelphia Phillies' organization is the depth of their pitching prospects.
From Low-A Lakewood all the way up to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, the Phillies have several promising arms, both in the bullpen and starters who will contribute to the major league club in the very near future.
Once the Phillies decided to engage in a fire sale at this past season's trade deadline, the Phillies wanted to add depth to their organization. They added a starting pitcher who was a former first-round draft pick to a minor league system filled with "Baby Aces."
The Phillies' scouting department has done a fantastic job in developing young talent and bringing in players who have the skill set to contribute at the major league level.
Here are five Phillies pitching prospects who have a chance to make their major league debut at some point during the 2013 season.