2013 End-Year Stat Projections for Every Phillie If They Make No Impact Moves

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2013 End-Year Stat Projections for Every Phillie If They Make No Impact Moves
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It may not have gone as planned, but the Philadelphia Phillies spent the offseason addressing most of their major concerns. They overhauled the coaching staff and added several key roster pieces, including Ben Revere, Mike Adams, Michael Young and John Lannan. 

With a corner outfield that represents an obvious upgrade over what the Phillies already have in-house proving to be elusive, the roster that you see today is likely to be what the Phils march out on Opening Day. 

So, now that most of the questions about who will make up the 2013 Phillies have been addressed, it's time to take a look at whether this club is going to be able to keep pace with the Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves.

This list, which will attempt to be as accurate as possible in projecting statistics, is not going to be a wish list of unreachable plateaus for members of this roster. If a bold number is thrown up there, it will be with indication and good reason. 

So without any further ado, here are the numbers you can expect out of this Phillies club, assuming they don't make any major moves through the rest of the offseason.

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