Moss appeared in five games for the Phillies in 2011. He spent most of the season at Triple-A, where he posted a strong .275/.368/.509 line with 23 homers. The 28-year-old was part of the 2008 trade that sent Manny Ramirez to Los Angeles and brought Jason Bay to Boston.
Orr, 32, appeared in 46 games for Philadelphia this year. He posted a .219/.279/.250 line in 104 plate appearances and appeared at second and third. The six-year veteran has suited up for three of the five NL East teams: the Phillies, Nationals and Braves.
Moss barely made a peep at the major league level this season, but Orr proved to be an OK fill in from time to time throughout the season. He also flashed some wheels, but never was he a viable candidate to stick around long-term. As you can see by their numbers, both guys are probably AAAA players that will continue to shift between the minors and majors.