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​What will the Phillies do now? Over the last few days there has been much speculation around Philadelphia that RoyHalladay’s injury will be the beginning of the end for the Phillies.  A complete fire sale is expected to occur now that thePhils former Ace seems to be on the shelf for a good portion of the year and the Phillies offense has been inconsistent for the first month.  This combination has caused a sense of hysteria around the city. ​Of course, whenever there are trade rumors regarding the Phillies one name always is brought up; Cliff Lee.  Reality though is that the Phillies may not be able to get much back in return for Lee. Lee is owed too much money and right now for any team to pick up salary and give the Phillies top prospects isa ludicrous idea.  Lee signed a five-year, $120 million contract with the Phillies. He is set to make either $62.5 million or $77.5 million for the remaining two or three years. This is a lot of money for any team to take on for an Al...
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