Surprisingly, the Philadelphia Phillies will spend this offseason rebuilding.
A year ago, it seemed that the Phillies would be a shoe-in for the National League pennant, only to be sellers by the time the trade deadline came around.
Roy Halladay struggled, Cliff Lee could not buy himself a win and Jimmy Rollins found himself on the receiving end of criticism.
Despite keeping a potential top free agent off the market, by signing Cole Hamels midseason, the Phillies still have a number of needs. Unfortunately, not all of them align with their prospective talent.
Trading away Shane Victorino and Hunter Pence left their outfield rather empty and the better part of the Philly infield is either injured, unproductive or aging.
In 2013, the Phillies will try to become relevant once more. Here are five prospects that could help them make that push: