The Philadelphia Phillies called up two prospects from Triple-A this past week who turned in solid season debuts, although neither is considered a top 10 prospect.
Tyler Cloyd received a promotion over Adam Morgan to pitch in Roy Halladay’s spot in the rotation, and took a no-decision after allowing two earned runs and two hits in 6.1 innings.
Following the game Cloyd was sent back to Triple-A, while Justin De Fratus was promoted. De Fratus struck out the lone batter he faced in Sunday’s game, and wound up with the win after the Phillies scored two runs in the 10th inning.
But what about the players currently ranked as the Phillies' top 10 prospects according to Baseball America?
Has Darin Ruf started to heat up? How did Jesse Biddle bounce back from his rough outing last week? Did Ethan Martin improve his command in his two starts this past week?
Let’s take a look at which players’ stocks are up and which are down following Week 6.
*All statistics courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted.