Phillies 2024 Opening Day roster projection 2.0: Outfield remains a mystery

Just over one week from the start of the season, let's revisit our Opening Day roster projections.

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Johan Rojas still hasn't locked up his Opening Day roster spot
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Johan Rojas still hasn't locked up his Opening Day roster spot / Tim Nwachukwu/GettyImages
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Key Phillies starting 2024 in minor leagues

  • Kody Clemens (INF)
  • Darick Hall (INF)
  • Rodolfo Castro (INF)
  • Weston Wilson (INF)
  • Rafael Marchán (C)
  • Dylan Covey (P)
  • Max Castillo (P)
  • Michael Mercado (P)
  • Kolby Allard (P)
  • Nick Nelson (P)
  • Michael Rucker (P)
  • Luis F. Ortiz (P)

Mick Abel, David Dahl, Símon Muzziotti, and Scott Kingery were all left off the 40-man roster. That doesn't mean we won't ever see them, but notable moves by the organization.

There are a plethora of pitchers competing with and against each other this season. Dylan Covey is currently at the top of the pack, and if he can come back from injury, he will be the first to move up if need be. Koby Allard and Luis F. Ortiz will be interesting to track this season as guys who could make a name for themselves.

The Phillies have a strong group of position players in the minor leagues. If help is needed at the major league level, infielders Kody Clemens and Darick Hall will be the first to get a call. Clemens and Hall had opportunities in the majors last year and performed well. Hall was the starting first basemen for a steady amount of time last year and who can forget the home run he crushed as his first ever major league hit? Weston Wilson also earned himself an opportunity last year and could find himself in a similar situation this year.

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