When Phillies prospect Roman Quinn took a pickoff throw to the head on Saturday night, some feared that Quinn's season may be over.  Assigned to Double-A Reading, the Phillies placed Quinn on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion shortly thereafter.  On Wednesday, the Phillies got some good news about their center field prospect.


The Fightin' Phils season ends on Monday with a 1:00 p.m. game in Trenton.

However, the Fightin' Phils are play-off bound.  The club clinched postseason play last week.  At 86-49, the Fightin' Phils hold a 1.5 game lead over the Trenton Thunder in the division, but will have at the very least a Wild Card berth.  The Fightin' Phils close the season with four against Trenton in Trenton this weekend.

After the posteason, the Phillies may consider Quinn for a September call-up.  Already on the 40-man roster, Quinn would be an easy name to call upon.  Other prospects including J.P. Crawford and Nick Williams must be added to the 40-man roster first, which could mean that they may not have such an opportunity.

In 70  games, Quinn is batting .280 with a .370 on base percentage and 29 stolen bases.