The Phillies have found their center fielder and they have paid quite the price to get him.
Ben Revere (24) is a former first round pick, he has had a very good contact rate each stop in the minors and after a down year in his full season major league debut in 2011, he posted a .294 batting average. Overall Revere is a Juan Pierre starter kit with slightly better CF defense. Revere has 20 power and has yet to hit a HR in the major leagues (when he does it will likely be an inside the park HR) and his arm is below average but not a liability in center. Revere has plus speed and knows how to use it and can steal bases at a successful clip.
Vance Worley was 3rd round pick in 2008 by the Phillies. Worley has average stuff but he does throw strikes including a two seamer that generates a large quantity of strikes looking. After a good rookie year in 2011 Worley regressed in 2012, as injuries took their toll. Despite his good rookie year Worley profiles as a #4 starter at best.
Trevor May was the Phillies Top Prospect in 2011 but regressed in AA in 2012. May has a mid to low 90s fastball that has good sink but he has a tendency to leave it up in the zone making him homer prone. His curveball has flashed plus but his delivery can tip the pitch to hitters, additionally his change up is inconsistent flashing plus and also below average, and he has a two seam fastball that is a work in progress. May’s delivery has not been consistent and he might never have average command and control. If he puts it all together he could be a mid rotation starer but it has become increasingly likely that May’s likely ceiling is as a back of the bullpen reliever.