The only question remaining: which route will they choose?
Given their 35-38 record and relative inability to get any sort of hot streak going (at least without a cold streak immediately afterward), chances are that the Phillies are primed to be sellers at the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. While there's still hope that the Phils can turn things around—fortunately, they're not in the cellar of the division—their position at the All-Star Break in a few weeks will be very telling.
In the meantime, rumors and speculation have continued to pile up all around baseball, and the Phillies are not excluded from that distinction. While seasoned veterans and players with All-Star pedigree are most likely to be discussed publicly, any player has a chance of being moved, even if those chances are slim to none.
With a month and a half to go before it either all begins or all ends, here's a mid-June prediction of each Phillies' odds of being moved by July 31.
*This slideshow will include all Phillies on the active roster and disabled list. Players on the 40-man roster who are not at the major-league level as of June 21, 2013 will not be included.