The Philadelphia Phillies Prospects + Organizational Depth Charts For All Affiliates – 2014 (MLB + MiLB)

Among Amaro's staff of scouts and underlings, there must be some level of discomfort because no group of baseball men this large who evaluate talent for a living can make that many mistakes on a professional level. Unless, of course, these men are afraid to go against Amaro's will. If that's the case, it will be up to Phillies President and team ownership to hear that the citizens of Philadelphia have already figured out that the emperor has no clothes. It's time for Amaro to go.  It won't happen soon enough, and with Montgomery's latest proclamation, this club will set themselves back for a few more years by not selling off some players in a futile season.

Among Amaro’s staff of scouts and underlings, there must be some level of discomfort because no group of baseball men this large who evaluate talent for a living can make that many mistakes on a professional level. Unless, of course, these men are afraid to go against Amaro’s will. If that’s the case, it will be up to Phillies President and team ownership to hear that the citizens of Philadelphia have already figured out that the emperor has no clothes. It’s time for Amaro to go. It won’t happen soon enough, and with Montgomery’s latest proclamation, this club will set themselves back for a few more years by not selling off some players in a futile season.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): & Jeff Kleiner (Org Depth Chart + Payroll Expert – find his website here)

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TRADE DEADLINE CHAT/Build your system by trading Veterans and Regroup for 2015.

I have a newsflash for David Montomery (President, part -owner of the Phillies), your fanbase already hates the team right now, and it is not like you won’t spend money on the club in 2015.

The Boston Red Sox were smart enough to realize that 2012 was a lost season.  Instead of riding it out, they made huge changes to the roster.

A lot of the trades they did were based on the team dumping payroll, becoming younger, and also not having lengthy contracts plaguing their franchises for many years to come.

The “Phigtins” are 8.5 Games the NL East leading Braves, and 8 behind the playoff bar, but here is the problem….

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There are 8 teams ahead of them vying for 2 Wild Card positions.

What is worse for the franchise is that the offense has been there.  Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley, Carlos Ruiz, Ryan Howard and Marlon Byrd are hitting about as well as they could have this season.

It has been the pitching that has left them struggling.  Cliff Lee has had elbow problems, and been out since May.19th.

A.J. Burnett has been battling groin issues all year, and has etched out a decent campaign with a 3.89 ERA, but he may break down in the 2nd half.

Domonic Brown hasn’t hit a lick since the ALL – Star Game in 2013, and even spare OF Darin Ruf has battled injury all year.

It is time to cut bait on this club and re-stock the Minor League System.

If Cliff Lee was pitching like a Cy Young candidate, I might even concede a punchers chance, but he is on the DL.

Hopefully the LHP comes back healthy next year.

I wouldn’t trade Utley, and you probably can’t trade Howard, but Ruiz, Rollins, Byrd, Jonathan Papelbon and Burnett should all be placed up for auction.

Use the money in the offseason to bring in a couple of Free Agents.

Jon Lester, Max Scherzer, Ervin Santana, James Shields, Mike Morse, Pablo Sandoval, Nelson Cruz, J.J. Hardy, Michael Cuddyer, Seth Smith will be available just to name a few.

Save a few dollars in 2014, to add to the pile in 2015.  Even with a big expenditure or 2, the club will still remain under the $189 MIL Luxury Tax Threshold.

Part with your old veterans down the stretch, build around Cole Hamels, and let your fanbase know your intentions.  The majority will believe in the same philosophy.

Organization Depth Chart 2014

Management

Philadelphia Phillies
President David Montgomery
CEO- Bill Giles
GM- Ruben Amaro, Jr.
MGR- Ryne Sandberg
PCO- Bob McClure
HCO- Steve Henderson
1BCO- Juan Samuel
3BCO- Pete Mackanin
BHCO- Larry Bowa
BPCO- Rod Nichols

Phillies Players

Phillies PITCHERS, LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Cliff Lee ML 5 X 15 36
SP2- Cole Hamels ML 3 O 15 31
SP3- Kyle Kendrick ML 6 X 30
SP4- Roberto Hernandez (Carmona) ML 7 X 31
SP5- A.J. Burnett ML 5 X 36
SP6- Mario Hollands ML 3 X 26
SP7- David Buchanan ML 3 25
SPS- Jeff Manship ML 5 X 30
RHMR
LHMR-
RHSU- Justin De Fratus ML 4 X 27
RHSU- Mike Adams ML 8 O 15 36
LHSU- Jake Diekman ML 4 X 27
LHSU- Antonio Bastardo ML 6 X 29
LHSU- Cesar Jimenez ML 10 X OOO DFA 30
CL- Jonathan Papelbon ML 2 X 34
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Phillies POSITION PLAYERS, LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Carlos Ruiz ML 7 X 35
1B- Ryan Howard ML 4 X 35
2B- Chase Utley ML 4 X 36
SS- Jimmy Rollins ML 5 X 36
3B- Cody Asche ML 1 X 24
LF- Domonic Brown ML 5 X 27
CF- Ben Revere ML 4 X 26
RF- Darin Ruf ML 2 O 28
C- Wil Nieves ML 12 X 37
1B-
3B-
UTL- Freddy Galvis ML 4 O 15 25
UTL- Cesar Hernandez ML 5 X 24
OF- Tony Gwynn Jr. ML 8 X 32
OF- Marlon Byrd ML 10 X 37
OF- John Mayberry Jr. ML 6 X OOO 31
10 5
AAA Lehigh Valley IronPigs (INT),
CEO- Chuck Domino
GM- Kurt Landes
MGR- Dave Brundage
PCO- Ray Burris
HCO- Sal Rende
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Seth Rosin ML 1 B 27
SP2- Jonathan Pettibone ML 2 B 7 24
SP3- Sean O’Sullivan AAA 6 B OOO 27
SP4- Chris Bootcheck AAA 9 B 36
SP5- Miguel Gonzalez ML 0 B 60 28
SP6- Barry Enright AAA 5 B 28
SP7- Jason Marquis AAA 5 B 36
SPS- Ethan Martin ML 4 B 25
RHMR Brad Lincoln AAA 6 B OOO 29
LHMR- Jeremy Horst AAA 4 B 30
LHMR- B.J. Rosenberg ML 4 B 29
RHSU- Luis Garcia ML 4 x 15 27
RHSU- Ken Giles AAA 1 B 24
LHSU- Greg Smith AAA 9 B 31
LHSU- Caesar Jimenez AAA 10 B OOO 30
CL- Phillippe Aumont ML 7 B 25
Ironpigs POSITION PLAYERS, LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Cameron Rupp ML 2 B 26
1B- Jim Murphy AAA 4 B 29
2B- Tyler Henson AAA 6 B 27
SS- Andréas Blanco AAA 9 B 30
3B- Addison Maruszak AAA 5 B 28
LF- Leandro Castro AAA 5 B 25
CF- Tyson Gillies AAA 5 B 26
RF- Steve Susdorf AAA 4 B 28
DH-
C- Koyie Hill AAA 10 B 35
1B- Jake Fox AAA 9 B 32
3B- Maikel Franco AAA 2 B 22
UTL- Matt Tolbert AAA 8 B 7 32
UTL-
OF-
OF- Clete Thomas AAA 9 B 7 31
AA Reading Fighting Phillies (EAS),
CEO- Craig Stein
GM- Scott Hunsicker
MGR- Dusty Wathan
PCO- David Lundquist
HCO- Rob Ducey
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jesse Biddle AA 3 C 23
SP2- Hoby Milner AA 1 C 23
SP3- Ryan Demmin AA 5 C 26
SP4- Perci Garner AA 2 C 26
SP5- Severino Gonzalez AA 1 C 22
SP6- Adam Morgan AA 3 C 7 24
SPS-
RHMR- Nefi Ogando AA 2 C 24
LHMR-
RHSU- Mike Nesseth AA 3 C 26
RHSU- Tyler Knigge AA 3 C 26
RHSU- Ryan O’Sullivan AA 1 C 24
LHSU- Jay Johnson AA 2 C 25
LHSU- Austin Wright AA C
CL- Kyle Simon AA 1 C 24
CL- Colton Murray AA 1 C 24
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Sebastian Valle AA 5 C 24
1B- Brock Stassi AA 1 C 25
2B- Carlos Alonso AA 2 C 26
SS- Edgar Duran AA 4 C 23
3B- Anthony Phillips AA 5 C 24
LF- Albert Cartwright AA 5 C 27
CF- Aaron Altherr ML 3 C 23
RF- Cameron Perkins AA 1 C 24
DH-
C-
C- Raywilly Gomez AA 5 C 24
C- Lars Davis AA 6 C 29
C- Tommy Joseph ML 2 C 23
1B- Chris Serritella AA 2 C 24
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Jiwan James AA 5 C 25
OF- Everett Williams AA 3 C 24
OF- Zach Collier ML 4 C 24
OF- Kelly Dugan ML 3 C 24
OF- Anthony Hewitt AA 4 C 25
A+ Clearwater Threshers (FSL)
CEO- David Montgomery
GM- John Timberlake
MGR- Nelson Prada
PCO- Bob Milacki
HCO- Frank Cacciatore
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Miguel Nunez A+ 1 D 22
SP2- Nic Hanson A+ D 22
SP3- Ethan Stewart A+ 3 D 23
SP4- Jordan Guth A+ 1 D 23
SP5- Colin Kleven A+ 2 D 23
SPS- Jeb Stefan A+ 1 D 24
RHMR- Brody Colvin A+ 4 D 24
RHMR- Kevin Walter A+ 1 D 22
RHMR- Ramon Oviedo A+ 2 D 24
LHMR-
RHSU- Shawn Camp A+ 8 D 39
RHSU- Daniel Child A+ 1 D 22
RHSU- 22
LHSU- Lino Martinez A+ 3 D 22
CL- Lee Ridenhour A+ 0 D 25
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Logan Moore A+ 1 D 24
1B- Art Charles A+ 1 D 24
2B- Angelo Mora A+ 1 D 21
SS- Roman Quinn A+ 1 D 21
3B- KC Serna A+ 1 D 25
LF- Chris Swauger A+ 6 D 28
CF- Peter Lavin A+ 1 D 27
RF- Brian Pointer A+ 1 D 22
DH-
C- Andrew Knapp A+ 1 D 23
C- Gabriel Lino A+ 2 D 21
C- Bob Stumpo A+ 2 D 27
1B- Harold Martinez A+ 1 D 24
3B-
UTL- Malquin Canelo A+ 1 D 20
UTL-
OF- Brandon Short A+ 5 D 26
OF- Nick Ferdinand A+ 0 D 25
OF- Kyrell Hudson A+ 4 D SUS 24
OF- Peter Lavin A+ 1 D 27
A Lakewood BlueClaws (SAL)
CEO-
GM- Geoff Brown
MGR- Greg Legg
PCO- Les Lancaster
HCO- Lino Connell
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Ulises Joaquin A- 0 E 22
SP2- Shane Watson A 1 E 7 21
SP3- Drew Anderson A 1 E 20
SP4- Ranfi Casimiro A 0 E 22
SP5- Jon Prosinski A 1 E 23
SP6- Yoel Mecias A 1 E 7 21
SP7- Mark Leiter A 1 E 23
SP8- Ervis Manzanillo A 3 E 7 23
SP9- Tyler Viza A 0 E 20
SPS- Jesen Therrien A 0 E ——
SPS- Julio Reyes A 1 E 23
SPS- Yacksel Rios A 1 E 21
RHMR-
LHMR-
RHSU- Tyler Buckley A 1 E 24
RHSU-
LHSU- Christopher O’Hare A 1 E SUS 24
CL- Cody Forsythe A 0 E 24
CL- Delvi Francisco A 1 E 22
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Willians Astudillo A 0 E 23
1B- Wilmer Oberto A 0 E 22
2B- Robinson Torres A 0 E 22
SS- J.P. Crawford A 1 E 19
3B- Mitch Walding A 2 E 22
LF- Jiandido Tromp A 1 E 21
CF- Carlos Tocci A 1 E 19
RF- Dylan Cozens A 1 E 20
DH-
C- Chace Numata A 2 E 7 22
C- Deivi Grullon A 0 E 18
C- Jose Mayorga A 0 E 22
1B-
3B- Enmanuel Serra A 0 E 22
UTL- Andrew Pullin A 1 E 21
UTL-
OF- Larry Greene A 1 E 7 21
OF- Samuel Hiciano A 1 E 20
OF- Cavan Cohoes A 0 E 21
A- Williamsport Crosscutters (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Andy Tracy
PCO- Aaron Fultz
HCO- Jorge Velandia
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1-
SP2-
SP3-
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR-
LHMR- Luis Gonzalez A- 1 22
RHSU- Chris Nichols A- 2 24
RHSU- Matthew Sisto A- 0 25
RHSU- Miguel Gonzalez ML 1 28
LHSU-
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C-
1B-
2B-
SS-
3B-
LF-
CF- Yan Olmo A- 3 24
RF-
DH-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF-
OF-
2014 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Maikel Franco, 3b
2 Jesse Biddle, lhp
3 J.P. Crawford, ss
4 Miguel Gonzalez, rhp
5 Roman Quinn, ss
6 Carlos Tocci, of
7 Ethan Martin, rhp
8 Cesar Hernandez, 2b/of
9 Aaron Altherr, of
10 Severino Gonzalez, rhp
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jesse Biddle, lhp
2 Roman Quinn, ss
3 Tommy Joseph, c
4 Jon Pettibone, rhp
5 Adam Morgan, lhp
6 Ethan Martin, rhp
7 Cody Asche, 3b
8 Maikel Franco, 3b
9 Darin Ruf, 1b/of
10 Carlos Tocci, of
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Trevor May, rhp
2 Jesse Biddle, lhp
3 Sebastian Valle, c
4 Jonathan Pettibone, rhp
5 Phillppe Aumont, rhp
6 Freddy Galvis, ss
7 Justin DeFratus, rhp
8 Brody Colvin, rhp
9 Jiwan James, of
10 Maikel Franco, 3b
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Domonic Brown, of ML
2 Jonathan Singleton, 1b/of A+
3 Brody Colvin, rhp A+
4 Jarred Cosart, rhp AA
5 Trevor May, rhp A+
6 Sebastian Valle, c A+
7 Jiwan James, of A+
8 Jesse Biddle, lhp A
9 Domingo Santana, of A
10 Aaron Altherr, of A
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Domonic Brown, of
2 Kyle Drabek, rhp
3 Michael Taylor, of
4 Travis D’Arnaud, c
5 Trevor May, rhp
6 Anthony Gose, of
7 Sebastian Valle, c
8 Jarred Cosart, rhp
9 Antonio Bastardo, lhp

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at http://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/
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