The Phillies officially added three players to their 60-player pool on Sunday: left-handed pitcher Jeff Singer, catcher Henri Lartigue and infielder Luke Williams.
All three reported to the Phils' satellite site in Lehigh Valley.
The Phillies have 58 guys in their pool, which a player must be a part of to be eligible to play this season.
Singer, 27 next week, is from South Jersey. He went to Holy Cross HS in Delran and Monmouth University.
Singer was 7-0 with a 2.34 ERA in 42 relief appearances with Double A Reading last season. He struck out 74 and walked 22 in 61⅔ innings. Lefties hit .169 against him and righties hit .188.
He is one of nine lefty pitchers in the Phils' pool.
Lartigue was with the Phillies in summer camp. He joins the pool a few days after the Phillies lost young catcher Deivy Grullón to the Red Sox via waivers.
Williams was the Phillies' third-round pick in 2015. He's hit .236/.310/.334 in five minor-league seasons.
Here is the Phillies' player pool as of September 6:
Jose Alvarez (LHP)
Garrett Cleavinger (LHP)
Enyel De Los Santos
Cole Irvin (LHP)
Damon Jones (LHP)
Adam Morgan (LHP)
JoJo Romero (LHP)
Cristopher Sanchez (LHP)
Jeff Singer (LHP)
Ranger Suarez (LHP)