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The first inning was plenty cause for concern for Phillies fans. Roy Halladay, off a tough start in Chicago, was incredibly wild to start. In the first inning alone, Halladay allowed a hit and three walks. Yet, thanks to a sacrifice fly and a ground ball double play, Halladay escaped...
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Your browser does not support iframes.Chase Utley finally responds to Mac’s letter from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” in Phillies Mailbag.

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