I was part of writing and ranking on BP's Phillies list so it isn't really giving anything away to say I will have Lee 4th. I think he will be a fine defender at 2B, but really he just hits. The batted ball data matches the eye test in that he does lack some true high end power, but he just does not hit anything softly, just a ton of solid contact, much of it line drive. For his age and level of play his plate discipline numbers were outstanding. I don't know if he gets to the power output, but he is a much better defender, but Curtis Mead did come up in conversations because they are both guys that just hit, and while that sounds cliché it just is what they do.
I don't know if the gap is big to Crawford and Rojas, but I just don't have any real confidence in either of them hitting. I want to believe in Crawford being young and Rojas having ++ makeup and feel for the game, but neither has shown they have a knack for pitch recognition.
Not to give everything away and ruin people reading the list, but I have Bergolla at 7 on the list because watching him I think he will hit. I don't know if it is big upside, but I think he will hit the ball. I don't know if it is a pivot away from what I have prioritized in the past, but the Phillies just do not develop hit tools right now, and until they do I just cannot justify guys who do not have them. I do think this year because the system is so sort of jumbled and down I have been prioritizing personal preference and org strengths in the rankings. Like for example Alex McFarlane is over Gabriel Rincones not entirely because McFarlane is the better talent, but because I see the raw tools of McFarlane and I know what the Phillies may turn that into. I just don't have that confidence on the hitting side.