Woah, slow down here.
I didn't like giving up Brown, but he was behind Abel, Painter, McGarry, not sure he was ahead of Miller, as a RP, probably behind Morales. A good prospect, and I think an overpay for Robertson, but not the end of the world kind of move.
O'Hoppe for Marsh was a good move, O'Hoppe may become a starting catcher, he has shown steady improvement, he's certainly a promising prospect, but he's 22 in AA. At 22, Marsh missed a season due to COVID, then at 23 was rushed to the majors - but he was higher ranked as a prospect going into 2021-22 than O'Hoppe is now. So we weakened catcher, where we have Sands, Marchan, Perez, and strengthened CF, where we have Rojas, Muziotti. Both are long-term gambles, but Marsh can contribute to a potential playoff team right now, not in two years. The Angels didn't think Marsh's bat played up enough in LF b/c CF is kinda blocked.
Romero was a talented LH RP coming off of injury with the resultant risk, Sosa is a top fielding SS who was a starter level player a year ago and is still only 26. So no problem there.
Moniak and a low A CF who is a decent prospect but not even in the Phillies top 30 for a SP for the stretch run, no problem. Young questionable OFs is something we have too many of - what we need are less questions.
What DD didn't do is trade his best prospects in a headline deal, and he got young players back who are closer to the majors - our minor league strength is A ball, our weakness are players who can contribute this year or next year.