by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (2/4/2013) MLB.com reports Phillies director of player development Joe Jordan feels 2011 supplemental first-round pick Larry Greene hasn't yet scratched the surface of his potential. "It (2012) was his first full season as a pro. It was a challenge early, to say the least," Jordan said Greene, who hit .272 with a .381 slugging percentage in 70 games at low Class A. "It was a challenge because he needed to learn what it meant to be a professional in many ways. He didn't know what kind of physical shape to come into camp in, and we needed to build a base for him. I felt that when he went to Williamsport, Larry Greene took total ownership of his game. I was really proud of what he did -- the doubles, the walks. The power (two homers) is the least of our concerns. I have no question about the fact that this guy's going to hit for power, but I love that he went up and tried to be a hitter."