Michael Martinez, a 28-year-old switch-hitter who spent the last two seasons in Harrisburg and Syracuse (AA and AAA, Washington), hit .272/.312/.408 with 11 homers and 23 stolen bases in 522 plate appearances last season. He can play virtually every position and will try to win a job on the Phillies' opening-day roster as a super utilityman. His speed and versatile skill set, particularly his ability to take the field in center field and at shortstop, will give him a fighting chance, however, he must be considered a longshot to break camp and head north. The Phils also selected outfielder Chris Frey (AAA, Colorado) and right-hander Justin Friend (AA, Oakland) in the minor league portion of the draft. Former Phillie Quinten Berry, who had been with the Mets, was taken by the Padres in the Double-A phase. No Phillies were lost to the draft. The Phils now have 10 middle infield types on the 40-man roster.