Nevertheless, it appears as if the end of Martinez's Keith Richards-like survival skills have finally come to a head. Picked up in the Rule 5 draft from Washington in December of 2010, Martinez appeared in 88 games for the Phillies in 2011, batting a career-best .196 with three homers.
Martinez opened the 2012 and 2013 seasons at Triple-A and appeared in 74 games over the past two years. According to general manager Ruben Amaro Jr., Martinez's versatility in the field and speed on the base paths made him a valuable player. In 162 big-league games, Martinez has played every position except for pitcher, catcher and first base.
Martinez batted .300 with a .352 on-base percentage in 71 games for Lehigh Valley in 2013.
Orr, 34, spent parts of three seasons with the Phils and played in just 15 games this past year.
Miner, 31, took Kyle Kendrick's rotation spot at the end of the year. However, Miner was far better as a reliever posting a 3.72 ERA, 14 strikeouts and 10 walks in 19.1 innings.
Robles, 24, appeared in three games during a September call up. The lefty had a 1.97 ERA in 51 relief appearances at Reading and Lehigh Valley in 2013