Today Baseball America posted their review of the Phillies International spending during the 2013 calendar year (encompassing both the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 signing periods). During that time, the Phillies signed 35 players, 4 of them for bonuses greater than $100,000. The full article is here, but here are some highlights.
In April the Phillies signed 18 year old catcher Jose Gonzalez for $300,000. Gonzalez had Tommy John surgery shortly after signing and did not play last summer. The Phillies big signing was Luis Encarnacion for $1,000,000 in August. Encarnacion was one of the best bats in the J2 crop and was widely expected to cost about $1,300,000 (Encarnacion does share a trainer with Gonzalez). Encarnacion is in camp and should start in the GCL.
Additionally the Phillies signed Bryan Martelo out of Columbia for $230,000. Martelo is a prototype RFer who has shown power potential and some recognition of breaking balls. He is also in camp and expected to start in the GCL. Lastly the Phillies signed Domincan OFer Edwin Rodriguez for $100,000. Rodriguez lacks any standout tools expect for a good feel for contact. He is expected to start in the DSL.