According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Phillies are already scouring the league for right-handed outfield help.
Two of the names Olney throws out there are Oakland's Josh Willingham and Minnesota's Michael Cuddyer, both of whom have been connected with the Phillies in the past. Willingham, in particular, always seems to be a rumored target of the Phils. He is hitting .235/.315/.423 with 10 homers and 41 RBIs for the A's this season.
MLBTradeRumors.com also chimes in with some additional names that could interest the Phillies. Among them is Houston's Hunter Pence. However, Olney cautions in another tweet: "To get Pence from the Astros, the Phillies would have to pay sticker price X 2. He has become face of franchise, leader. Tough buy."