It pains me to admit this, but
Arano is a 19 year old starting pitcher, currently in Single-A. He's been in the minors leagues two seasons and has put together a 7-9 record, in 35 games (23 starts), with a 4.12 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, and 132 strikeouts in 135.1 innings pitched. Those might not be eye-popping numbers, but he's 3 years younger than the average player at his level, so there's upside here.
There you have it, two young players that seemingly have a MLB future, which is quite a haul for a pitcher that wasn't in the Phillies plans going forward anyway.