The Phillies made a trade for Milwaukee Brewers reliever David Phelps shortly before Monday's deadline.
According to a source, the Phillies are sending the Brewers more than one prospect from the lower levels of their minor-league system.
Phelps, 33, has a 2.77 ERA and 0.69 WHIP in 12 appearances this season. He's struck out 20 and walked two in 13 innings.
He has a 2.85 ERA in 171 appearances since 2016.
The Phillies can control Phelps beyond this season if they choose. He has a $4.5 million team option for 2021 or that option can be bought out for $250,000.
Phelps has history with Phillies manager Joe Girardi, playing for him from 2012-14 with the Yankees.