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Roy Halladay struggled in his first start and the Philadelphia Phillies dropped their second game of the season to the division rival Atlanta Braves. Billy the Philly Fan rants after the game about Halladay, the team’s start, the lineup, and more.     Follow the Phillies at MTRphilly.com and on Facebook and Twitter. Tune into Philadelphia’s BEST Sports Talk Radio on MTR Radio and talk Phillies every morning from 5-11am on our morning shows. Download our FREE apps and listen 24/7 on your IOS and Android devices.
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