Phillies General Manager Matt Klentak is already making roster moves, cleaning out the bullpen and bench
Phillies fans can rejoice known they never have to see Emmanuel Burriss and Jimmy Paredes in red pinstripes again.
Burriss made the Phillies Opening Day roster out of Spring Training and hit an abysmal .111 in 50 plate appearances. He spent time in Triple-A Lehigh Valley in the middle of the season, but returned later on to ride the bench.
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Jimmy Paredes joined the Phillies in the middle of the season after spending a couple of weeks in Toronto. Paredes got his opportunities in right field, but his just .217 in 76 games.
Patrick Shuster is a young arm who started the season in Oakland, but was claimed by the Phillies later in the season. In two innings with the Phillies he allowed 11 runs and walked four batters.
Frank Herrmann was in Cleveland, but had not pitched in the majors since 2013. In 14 games with the Phillies he allowed as many runs in 15 innings.
Dalier Hinojosa joined the Phillies last season and had a .78 ERA in 23 innings. Injuries have kept him off the mound this season, limiting him to 11 innings all season.
Colton Murray was drafted by the Phillies in 2011 in the 13th round, and made his debut last year. In two seasons with the Phillies, Murray has a 1-2 record with a 6.18 ERA and 31 strikeouts.
Younger players and veteran free agents will fill these spots on the 40-man roster next season.