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Prospects: Where Are The Holes?

Every organization has a hole or two in their farm system. So, where are the Phillies holes? Compared to last season, it's easy to see where some holes have been filled and others are starting to open.

Last year, there were some holes on the infield. Second base, shortstop and third base prospects accounted for just six of the 51 players listed on our 2005 Top 50 Prospects list. (There were 51 players because Sam Orr and Carl Galloway tied at the number 33 spot.) With that in mind, the Phillies went out and drafted third baseman Mike Costanzo with their first pick - second round - of the draft... Recommended Stories

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