How every player on the Philadelphia Phillies’ active roster was drafted
Nick Castellanos is another Dombrowski draft pick from their Detroit days (say that five times fast). The 44th-overall pick in the 2010 draft, Castellanos signed a five-year deal with the Phillies this season.
When he’s healthy, the Phillies have multiple first-overall picks in their outfield. The Washington Nationals selected Bryce Harper first overall in 2010 and immediately signed him to a five-year contract. He debuted on April 27, 2012, and when he became a free agent following the 2018 season, signed his historic contract with the Phillies.
Odúbel Herrera signed with the Texas Rangers as an international free agent in 2008 and was poached by the Phillies in the 2014 Rule 5 draft.
The Phillies drafted Mickey Moniak first overall in the 2016 draft. He debuted in 2020 and has been up and down from Triple-A ever since.
Kyle Schwarber was the Chicago Cubs’ first-round pick in 2014, the fourth-overall selection in that year’s draft. He played for the Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox before signing with the Phillies this year.
Last but not least, the final homegrown talent on the roster. The Phillies selected Matt Vierling in the fifth round of the 2018 draft as the 137th-overall pick.