by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/23/2013)Cody Asche is among the Phillies' non-roster invitees to big-league camp this spring, and though he doesn't have a real chance of making the team, the 22-year-old can further establish himself as the club's third baseman of the future, according to MLB.com. "He came a long way last year," said general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. "We talked about it a lot, that he made a mechanical adjustment." After hitting only .192 in 239 at-bats as a first-year pro in 2011, Asche hit .324 with 12 homers and an .849 OPS in 518 at-bats between Class A and Double-A last year. "He seems to be one of those baseball rat type guys, where he's not going allow impediments to stop him," Amaro said. "We'll see how he continues to progress. Obviously, he's got a chance to swing the bat. He's got a chance to be a decent third baseman. We'll see how he progresses."