One common theme at this year's trade deadline appears to be the Philadelphia Phillies. The team is far from contending and has a lot of movable pieces, including the likes of Cole Hamels, Jonathan Papelbon, and even perhaps Chase Utley.
However, one oft-mentioned trade possibility for Philadelphia is center fielder Ben Revere. According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, Revere is being scouted by opposing teams, with the Angels having earlier interest.
As Rosenthal notes, Revere is the odd man out in an outfield that is likely to be getting Domonic Brown and Cody Asche (who is transitioning to the outfield) back from Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Odubel Herrera, the Phillies' Rule 5 draft pick, can play center and looks to be going nowhere thus far this season.
The Phillies did have interest in moving Revere earlier this year. He is scheduled to be a free agent at the end of the 2017 season.
In 159 plate appearances this season, Revere is slashing .268/.314/.356/.670. One promising thing about Revere's offense this year is that he has almost as many walks (9) in 39 games than he had last year (13) in 151 games. However, Revere did lead the NL in hits last season and posted a .306 average. Nonetheless, he is an interesting trade target all the way around.