This year, Philly Baseball News has expanded our look at Phillies prospects by expanding our usual list of 50 prospects to the top 75 prospects in the Phillies organization. Here's a look at prospects #51-75.
Francisco Murillo, OF,1B - His offense should come around, but just where will Murillo play on the field? 52.
Matt Rizzotti, 1B - The hard hitting first baseman has good size and natural power. 53.
T.J. Warren, OF - Some offensive questions, but Warren may have the best outfield arm in the organization. 54.
Michael Durant, 1B - He's got to find a way to solve the questions that surround his offensive potential. 55.
Michael Taylor, OF - The Phillies liked him as a high schooler, but waited until he had a successful career at Stanford to draft him. 56.
Welinson Baez, 3B - Once ranked much higher, Baez is quickly falling off the charts. 57.
Anderson Garcia, RHP - Consistency is an unknown thing to Garcia, who has lots of potential. 58.
Ron Hill, RHP - His pitches are average, but he just keeps on putting up strong numbers. 59.
Brett Harker, RHP - Harker's future may be as a starter, even though he was an effective closer early in his career. 60.
Lincoln Holdzkom, RHP - A Rule 5 pick, Holdzkom has talent, but will it be enough to stick with the Phillies? 61.
Zach Sterner, RHP - The 17th round pick knows how to throw strikes with all four of his pitches. 62.
Freddy Ballestas, RHP - The 21 year old heads for the states after a strong career in the Dominican Summer League. 63.
Brian Schlitter, RHP - The Phillies could be watching their closer of the future when they look at Brian Schlitter. 64.
Hector Made, 3B - Coming over in the Sal Fasano trade with the Yankees, Made hasn't shown that he was a worthwhile target for the Phillies. 65.
Joseph Rocchio, RHP Here's a kid who opened some eyes after just an average college career. 66.
Chris Kissock, RHP - A Canadian right-hander who put up strong numbers for Williamsport in 2007. 67.
Chris Rhoads, RHP - Rhoads made the transition from starting in college to working out of the bullpen in the pros. 68.
Nolan Mulligan, RHP - Since he'll be 23 when the 2008 season starts, time is not on his side after just one pro season and a small time college career. 69.
Michael Garciaparra, SS/2B - He doesn't have the raw talent that his brother was blessed with, but he might be able to help in a pinch. 70.
Caleb Mangum, C - He's not the best of the bunch, but could move up the Phillies long list of catching prospects. 71.
Tuffy Gosewisch, C - If he can find some offense to go with strong defensive skills, Gosewisch could be a true diamond in the rough. 72.
Mike Spidale, OF - There are some good tools, but will the Phillies ever give him a legitimate shot at even playing at the Triple-A level? 73.
Rich Prall, C - The Phillies are never afraid of drafting young catchers who can handle themselves well defensively and Prall fits that category perfectly. 74.
Jesus Villegas Andino, SS - Defense is no problem for Villegas Andino, but his offense is a question mark and he didn't supply any answers by hitting .184 in the Gulf Coast League in 2007. 75.
Adam Sorgi, 2B/SS - The Phillies drafted Sorgi in the 21st round of the 2007 Draft. He's got the ability to hit the ball to all fields and could develop into a decent power threat.