In a follow-up of sorts to our earlier post, alert blogger Ben Nicholson-Smith of MLBTradeRumors.com noticed on the MLB.com transactions page that outfielder Brandon Moss and arbitration-eligible utilityman Pete Orr were outright to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, reducing the Phillies' roster to 38. Moss, who spent all season in Triple-A and became a late-season call-up for the Phils, was the IronPigs' best all-around player, hitting .275/.368/.509 with 23 home runs. The 28-year-old outfielder is a quad-A type who could stick with the organization and try to win a job as a non-roster spring invitee, or seek opportunities to win a job elsewhere. Meanwhile, a minor-league gig with the Phillies isn't a bad option for Orr, who worked his way into 104 plate appearances with the Phils this season, his most since 2006. If he stays on, I'm confident he'd find his way onto the field again considering the Phillies' dinged-up infield.