Ranking Philadelphia Phillies' Top 10 Prospects After 2013 Minor League Season

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Ranking Philadelphia Phillies' Top 10 Prospects After 2013 Minor League Season
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It has been a year of transition for the Philadelphia Phillies. For a franchise that made the postseason every year from 2007 through 2011, the 81-81 finish of 2012 was expected to be aberration, but instead, foreshadowed a difficult 2013.

Ryan Howard had another lost season to injury, legendary skipper Charlie Manuel was let go and Roy Halladay became a shell of the future Hall of Fame pitcher he was during his first two years in Philadelphia.

With a new manager, Ryne Sandberg, auditioning for a full-time role in 2014, the franchise will try to get younger but still stay competitive in the National League East.

If they can continue to get big production out of aging stars like Cliff Lee and Chase Utley, along with the underrated Cole Hamels, the farm system could breathe new life into a franchise likely in the midst of its first losing season since 2002.

When Philadelphia turns things back in the winning direction, many of the following names could play major roles.

Without further ado, a ranking of the Philadelphia Phillies' Top 10 prospects.

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