Two Phillies are on the list, but for the first time since 1995, no prospect within the organization made it into the top 80.
Jesse Biddle came in at No. 89 and Roman Quinn rounded out the list at No. 100, and that's all for the Phillies on Baseball America's Top 100 Prospects List of 2013.
Former Phillies farmhand Travis d'Arnaud ranks No. 23, while Jonathan Singleton placed No. 27.
Biddle's No. 89 ranking was the lowest for the Phillies' top prospect since Scott Rolen was the Phils' top man at No. 91 in 1995. He turned out to be pretty decent.
It's the first time Biddle, selected 27th overall by the Phillies out of Germantown Friends High School in 2010, made the game's most coveted list of potential stars. The 21-year-old lefthander had a strong 2012 campaign in Clearwater, where he finished with a 3.22 ERA, 151 strikeouts and 54 walks in 142.2 innings.
Quinn, a 19-year-old shortstop out of Florida, made the list after finished just his first professional season in 2012, when he batted .281/.370/.408 with nine doubles, 11 triples and 30 stolen bases in 66 games for Williamsport. The switch-hitter was taken by the Phillies in the second round in 2011.
The appearance of only two men, and so low on the list, is a clear sign of how depleted the team's farm system has become compared to just two seasons ago, when four players cracked the top 70.
In case you were wondering, here's a list of Phillies who made the Top 100 list in the past five years:
89. Jesse Biddle
100. Roman Quinn
69. Trevor May
4. Domonic Brown
39. Jonathan Singleton
56. Brody Colvin
70. Jarred Cosart
15. Domonic Brown
93. Phillippe Aumont
48. Domonic Brown
52. Carlos Carrasco
66. Lou Marson
69. Jason Donald