Fallen closers and former-bullpen studs will make up the majority of this list. More effective relievers such as Trevor Cahill, Joaquin Benoit, and Sergio Romo are of incredibly high value in the market right now, and will not fit in the price range of the very-much-rebuilding Phillies.
Instead, the Phightins are more likely to target injured and/or veteran relievers looking for an opportunity to rebuild their value. This Phillies regime has a history of that with James Russell and Edward Mujica being stashed in Lehigh Valley.
Luke Hochevar, Joe Smith, and Fernando Salas are all viable bounce-back candidates that the Phillies front office will most likely be taking a look at this offseason.