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The most hyped prospect in Philadelphia Phillies history was Domonic Brown.
Unlike all the other prospects on this list, Brown was not selected early in the draft. He was taken by the Phils in the 20th round of the 2006 draft, but his successful minor league career started to make people talk about the outfielder.
Dom Brown was also another one of those "untouchable" prospects in the Phillies organization. Along with Kyle Drabek, Brown was also talked a lot about during the Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee trades.
However, the Phillies haven't traded Brown...yet.
When Jayson Werth signed with the Washington Nationals, Dom Brown was expected to take his place in right field.
But he didn't fully live up to his expectations, and the Phillies traded for Hunter Pence and sent Brown down to Triple-A this past season.
While he is still young, I wouldn't give up on him just yet.
There have been recent talks that the Phillies could trade Brown in a number of deals, but I don't think Ruben Amaro Jr. is wiling to part ways with the youngster just yet.
But as for now, he is just another hyped prospect in the Phillies organization.