If the Phillies are serious about maintaining a payroll between $165 million and $170 million, they have almost nothing left to spend this offseason.

“We should be contending with this kind of payroll, at $165 million or $170 million, wherever it shakes out,” GM Ruben Amaro Jr. told reporters, including CSNPhilly.com's Jim Salisbury, at the winter meetings earlier in the week.

A look at the Phils' payroll shows that, after the Roberto Hernandez agreement, they've committed about $162 million.

Here's how it breaks down in 2014:

• Ryan Howard, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels: $73.5 million

• Chase Utley and Jimmy Rollins: $26MM

• Jonathan Papelbon and Mike Adams: $20MM

• Carlos Ruiz and Wil Nieves: $9.625MM

• Marlon Byrd: $8MM

• Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez: $4MM

• Roberto Hernandez: $4.5MM

• Kevin Frandsen: $900,000

That adds up to $146.525 million for 13 players.

Throw in the projected arbitration salaries for Kyle Kendrick ($7MM), Antonio Bastardo ($2MM), Ben Revere and John Mayberry ($1.5MM each), and you're at $158.525 million for 17 players.