The Phillies announced 16 spring training invites to players not on the 40-man roster Tuesday, including several notable prospects.
First baseman Rhys Hoskins and second baseman Scott Kingery will make their first appearance in big-league camp. J.P. Crawford will participate in his second.
Outfielder Andrew Pullin and reliever Victor Arano also earned invites.
Players like Nick Williams, Dylan Cozens and Jorge Alfaro are already on the 40-man roster, so they're not included in this list. They'll be at big-league camp.
Hoskins, the 2016 Eastern League Rookie of the Year, hit .281/.377/.566 with 38 homers and 116 RBIs last season for Double-A Reading.
Kingery split time last season between High-A Clearwater and Double-A Reading, hitting .281 with 44 extra-base hits and 30 steals. The Phillies are high on the 2B who's drawn Dustin Pedroia comparisons (see story).
Pullin, a 22-year-old left-handed hitter, hit his way to Reading last season and was even better there, batting .346 with a .952 OPS in 206 plate appearances.
Arano, acquired from the Dodgers in the August 2014 Roberto Hernandez trade, excelled last season strictly as a reliever. In 46 appearances at Clearwater and Reading, he had a 2.26 ERA with 95 strikeouts and just 19 walks in 79⅔ innings.
Other non-roster invitees to spring training:
RHP Pedro Beato
RHP Dalier Hinojosa
RHP Michael Mariot
RHP Colton Murray
LHP Cesar Ramos
C Bryan Holaday
C Logan Moore
C Chace Numata
1B Brock Stassi
INF Taylor Featherston
OF Cam Perkins
The Phillies previously invited four other players to big-league camp: LHP Sean Burnett, infielders Pedro Florimon and Hector Gomez and outfielder Daniel Nava.
Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 13 and the Phillies' first full workout in Clearwater is Feb. 17.