J.P. Crawford hit .367 in his first nine games this season with Class-A Clearwater after returning from the disabled list.
Aaron Nola posted a 1.77 ERA and a 0.83 WHIP in his first seven starts for Double-A Reading.
The Phillies' top two prospects so far have proven worthy of their status in the organization. But when are they going to be worthy of a promotion?
"There are no plans to move [Crawford] right now," said Joe Jordan, Phillies director of player development. "We've just got to get him playing.
"When J.P. is ready for another challenge, we'll give it to him."
Nola has a 2.07 ERA and a 4.70 strikeout-to-walk ratio in his 12...