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Phillies Organization Report

Jim Salisbury -Premium Content

J.A. Happ had a simple goal entering his first big league camp. "I wanted to come in here and make an impression," the 24-year-old lefthander said. "I wanted to, hopefully, put my name on the radar for these guys." Midway through spring training, Happ had done just that. Assistant general manager Mike Arbuckle called him one the biggest eye openers in camp.

Majors | #2007#Organization Reports#Philadelphia Phillies

2007 Top 20 Rookies

John Manuel -Premium Content

The last two seasons have produced two of the best rookie classes in a generation—meaning it won't be easy for the Class of 2007 to produce an encore. It's hard to imagine its players having as much of an impact as the last two classes have had on pennant races or in the minds of fans, and it makes the always volatile business of projecting rookie performance even harder this year.

Majors | #2007#Season Preview