MLB Philadelphia Phillies: Grading Concerns at Each Position

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MLB Philadelphia Phillies: Grading Concerns at Each Position
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After a big 2011 season, one would think that concerns for another playoff run would be minimal.

However, the 2012 Phillies are a team that has drawn some considerable concern. This concern generally arises from nagging injuries and lack of major-league-ready depth. After a 102-win season, it certainly isn't time to hit the panic button yet, but there are a few holes on the team that may become exposed as the season progresses, which ultimately may prove problematic.

The grading system will be as such: An A+ means that there is absolutely no concern at the position. An F means that there is major concern, and that the position will more than likely prove detrimental to the Phillies in 2012. I will be focusing more so on the expected opening day roster, and will not focus as much on possible late season call-ups. 

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