It does look like the ABL has games scheduled through this weekend at least. I guess there is little reason to stop since there is no minor league spring training till April. Maybe Drew Anderson will need to get to major league camp but that is it.
Stats on the Phillies that I see on rosters so far:
Luke Williams - up to .292 but only a .660 OPS. No power or patience from an advanced prospect unfortunately
Rixon Wingrove - .250 average but 7 HRs for a 883 OPS. Got a little exposed as the season went on but hot played above GCL so that was expected.
Cornelius Randolph - 13-62 with 2 HRs and 5 BBs. 630 OPS. Disappointing
Kendall Simmons - 11-64 with 1 HR. 439 OPS. Reworking his swing but he should be better than this (same age as Wingrove but played well at a higher level)
Mitch Edwards - 10-54. Catcher but his offense is pretty limited. 2 HRs
Colby Fitch - 6-30. 533 OPS. More advanced catcher so he should be better
Chris Burke - 13-49, 3 HRs. C/LF. One of the better stories for Phillies prospects as he is only 19
Austin Ross - 10.2 IP, 0.00 ERA, 6 H, 3 BB, 17 K
Taylor Lehman - 11.2 IP, 5.40 ERA, 9 H, 10 BB, 16 K
Jason Lott - 17.1 IP, 5.19 ERA, 21 H, 6 BB, 12 K
Jonathan Hennigan - 8.2 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0 H,, 7 BB, 10 K
Tyler Burch - 3.1 IP, 16.20 ERA, 6 H, 3 BB, 1 K
Luke Leftwich - 6.2 IP, 4.05 ERA, 3 H, 6 BB, 12 K
Josh Tols - 12.2 IP, 2.13 ERA, 6 H, 9 BB, 12 K
Clear that the Aussie players tended to do better which is not surprising (Wingrove, Burke, and Tols all among the better performers). Ross and Hennigan as older relievers also did well in their small samples.
The Caribbean Series kicks off this week too.
Coverage on ESPN Desportes. Some interesting free agents like Yadi Molina have supplemented their teams. Villar too but assume with Didi we are not interested any more. Not sure if any Phillies made the final rosters.