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Ex-Phils Prospects MLB Exhibition Stat Review

In recent seasons, plenty of well-regarded prospects have been traded by the Phillies to acquire established MLB talent and other key contributors. Many of those minor leaguers have been spending time with their respective clubs' big league teams this spring training. Here's a glance at how many of those former Phils' farm hands have done thus far in the exhibition season.


Jonathan Singleton, 1B, traded to Houston in 2011 as part of the Hunter Pence deal- 9 games, 4-for-10 (.400 avg.), 1 double, 3 runs scored.

Jonathan Villar, SS, traded to Houston in 2010 as part of the Roy Oswalt deal- 4 games, 0-for-2, with 2 walks.

Anthony Gose, OF, traded to Houston in 2010 as part of the Roy Oswalt deal (subsequently flipped to Toronto)- 11 games, 4-for-15 (.267 avg), 1 double, 1 RBI.

Travis d'Arnaud, traded to Toronto in 2009 as part of the Roy Halladay deal- 7 games, 3-for-15 (.200 avg), 2 doubles, 1 HR, 4 RBI.

Kyle Drabek, traded to Toronto in the 2009 Roy Halladay deal- 2 games, 1-0 record, 3 ER, 3 IP (9.00 ERA).

Michael Taylor, traded to Toronto in the 2009 Roy Halladay deal (subsequently flipped to Oakland)- 9 games, 4-for-18 (.222 avg), no extra base hits, 2 runs, 1 RBI.

Jason Donald, SS, traded to Cleveland in the 2009 Cliff Lee deal- 7 games, 4-for-17 (.235 avg), 1 run, 1 double.

Lou Marson, C, traded to Cleveland in the 2009 Cliff Lee deal- 6 games, 5-for-11 (.455 avg), 3 runs, 2 RBI, 3 walks.

Carlos Carrasco, RHP, included in the Cleveland/Cliff Lee trade, is still recovering from Tommy John Surgery.

Josh Outman, LHP, traded to Oakland in the 2008 Joe Blanton deal (now with Colorado)- 2 games, 0-1 record, 5 ER, 5 IP (9.00 ERA).

Adrian Cardenas, IF, traded to Oakland in the 2008 Joe Blanton deal (now with Chi Cubs)- 8 games, 2-for-12 (.167 avg), 2 runs, 1 double, 1 triple, 3 RBI.

Greg Golson, OF, traded to Texas for John Mayberry Jr. in 2008- 9 games, 0-for-8.

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