I don't really take pitchers seriously until the last couple weeks when they're getting into season form and start working 4-5 innings. Until then it's just see what they have.
Velasquez has the velocity, after the 1 inning, 95-96, slider had break but struggled to locate.
Eickhoff looked good, 91-92 t93, that's the kind of velocity he needs to be effective.
Curve looked good as always, decent slider, didn't notice a changeup - that's the key pitch for him, makes it hard to sit on the FB, whereas you can recognize the spin on his curve (even if you can't hit it) and if he doesn't get it up in the zone lay off it.
With the lineup the Phillies have, I think their starting depth will be the game changer - Eickhoff as #6, with De Los Santos right behind him, and Romero, Suarez, Irvin and Anderson. Injuries will happen (how many staffs get through a season with five starters throwing 30 games?). If you have replacement plus guys ready that's a big edge over most teams.