When you're a prospect, cracking your club's Opening Day roster out of spring training is no simple task.
Nowadays, clubs aren't concerned about the here and now with prospects; they're concerned about the future. Rushing a prospect to MLB could stunt his development and hurt the team in the long-run, and there is a lot on the line for prospects in this day and age.
But not every prospect follows the rules. The perfect storm of development and circumstance could certainly lead to a player reaching the major leagues before he is supposed to and the Philadelphia Phillies will have a number of players in camp trying to do just that.
Being realistic, this isn't an going to be an easy spring for most Phillies prospects. This is an older club with very few openings available. For most of these guys, making the club means that they'll have done something spectacular in the spring.
The possibility exists for some of them to make the club, however, and that is the point of this slideshow. We'll break down the odds of making the Opening Day roster for every prospect in camp with the Phillies this spring, based on a scale of one to 100 percent.