With the offense and the rotation previewed and projected that leaves only the bullpen...
Pap Smear is an elite closer, one of the best in the game, and has been so for a long time. He'll do just fine in Philly.
Jonathan Papelbon - 41 SV, 67 IP, 77 K, 2.64/1.05.
Old Dirty Bastardo will be the primary setup man after Manuel figures out Qualls is overrated.
Antonio Bastardo - 18 HLD, 63 IP, 75 K, 3.12/1.17.
Qualls is overrated. Petco skewed his numbers.
Chad Qualls - 13 HLD, 71 IP, 44 K, 4.36/1.38.
Contreras is older than Jaime Moyer, whether the back of his baseball card says it or not. He's a huge injury risk, but should be effective when he actually pitches.
Jose Contreras - 6 HLD, 39 IP, 38 K, 3.79/1.29.
Stutes builds upon a solid rookie campaign and becomes a bullpen mainstay.
Michael Stutes - 12 HLD, 60 IP, 64 K, 3.33/1.24.
Kendrick is first in line to replace anyone in the rotation. He'll get some starts, but mostly see long relief, and is not going to post a low 3 ERA like he did last season.
Kyle Kendrick - 5 W, 77 IP, 39 K, 4.47/1.35.
Herndon isn't good and he isn't horrible. He's mediocre, and fine for mop-up duty, which is exactly what you can expect to get when you make a Rule 5 selection.
David Herndon - 34 IP, 21 K, 4.20/1.42.
Savery will become the 2nd lefty out of the bullpen once the Phillies figure out Dontrelle Willis still sucks.
Joe Savery - 27 IP, 25 K, 3.74/1.33.
*Phillippe Aumont, Brian Sanches, Michael Schwimer, and Justin De Fratus will log some innings too, but I'm not predicting that outcome.
*Dontrelle Willis gets released before Opening Day, or shortly thereafter.