The Phillies want their 2014 payroll to be between $165-170 million. That probably means no more moves. Just have a look at the projected payroll:
-Ryan Howard, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels: $73.5 million
-Chase Utley and Jimmy Rollins: $26MM
-Jonathan Papelbon and Mike Adams: $20MM
-Carlos Ruiz and Wil Nieves: $9.625MM
-Marlon Byrd: $8MM
-Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez: $4MM
-Roberto Hernandez: $4.5MM
-Kevin Frandsen: $900,000
-Kyle Kendrick: $7MM
-Antonio Bastardo: $2MM
-John Mayberry: $1.5MM
-Ben Revere: $1.5MM
Dom Brown, Darin Ruf, Brad Lincoln, Jeremy Horst, Phillippe Aumont, Freddy Galvis, Cody Asche, Justin De Fratus, Jake Diekman, Cesar Hernandez, Jonathan Pettibone, Ethan Martin, Kevin Munson, B.J. Rosenberg, Cameron Rupp and Michael Stutes.
Most of those players figure to earn between $490,000 and $600,000 in 2014. So that adds about $6-8 million more to the payroll, bringing it to just under $165 million.
This is why the Phillies so badly want to move Papelbon. But the only two options there are: a) Trade him for absolutely nothing but rid yourself of the contract, or b) Eat some/most of the money to get a decent return.
Either way ... this doesn't look good. The Phils need help on the bench and in the bullpen, but probably can't afford to add to both areas.