Found March 07, 2013 on Philliedelphia:
The Phillies pulled above .500 for the spring with yesterday's 6-3 win over the Washington Nationals. Roy Halladay dealed over four innings, despite a little controversy surrounding his throw behind OF Tyler Moore. Halladay said after his outing that the pitch slipped, but many are wondering about this claim. Earlier...

Roy Halladay’s velocity could be a concern

Roy Halladay is one of the most accomplished pitchers in the majors, but his velocity will likely be a concern this season and moving forward. Halladay turns 36 in May. He missed time last season with a lat injury, and he experienced shoulder problems that he attributed to a back issue. Though he pitched extremely well in April, he struggled in May before going on the disabled list...

Doc Holds Nats Scoreless for Four, Phils Win 6-3

Roy Halladay scattered two hits over four innings, striking out two in four innings of work as the Phillies beat the Nats 6-3. During the game, Todd Zolecki reported that Delmon Young is aiming for a mid-April return. Zolecki insinuated that Dom Brown is likely to start the year as the team’s right fielder and then move to left once Young is ready to return. The Good Obviously...

About that pitch Roy Halladay threw behind Tyler Moore...

Above, just a couple of screenshots of the pitch Roy Halladay threw behind Tyler Moore on Wednesday afternoon, an inning after Stephen Strasburg plunked Chase Utley with a pitch."It slipped." Halladay told reporters (with a smile) after the game. Here's Roy, via "Really, I think, we do need to protect our guys to an extent. I'm not saying...

Mets Time Machine: Seattle’s Price Tag For Lee Is Mejia or Flores

In this edition of a not-so-regular MMO feature that first appeared in 2007, our reader Pietro Sinapi gets the well deserved hat tip for taking us back to June 30, 2010 when the big news of the day was the Mets and their pursuit of Mariners ace Cliff Lee. Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported that if the Mets wanted Lee they needed to up the ante and make the M’s an offer...

Bouncing Back: Roy Halladay

If there was a bounce back "team" this season it would be the Fightin’ Phils. They have more guys who underperformed or battled injuries in 2012 than you can shake a stick at. Chase Utley, Ryan Howard, and new addition Michael Young come to mind. But the one guy whose bounce back season could be the key to winning for both the Phillies and your fantasy roster is Roy...

Strasburg hits Utley, Halladay responds?

After Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg hit Chase Utley with a pitch on Wednesday, Phillies ace Roy Halladay appeared to retaliate by throwing behind Tyler Moore.

Phillies 6, Nationals 3

Roy Halladay outpitched Stephen Strasburg in a marquee matchup that became a bit testy as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 6-3 Wednesday. With one out and runners on the corners in the third inning, Washington's Strasburg hit Chase Utley in the lower left leg with a pitch. After getting two quick outs in the fourth, the Phillies' Halladay threw a pitch...

Twins 10, Phillies 6

Aaron Hicks hit three home runs and the Minnesota Twins beat the Philadelphia Phillies 10-6 victory on Thursday. Hicks went deep in the first, fifth and seventh innings. His first homer came on the second pitch of the game from Phillies starter Cliff Lee. He now has five home runs this spring as he tries to win the Twins' starting center field job. Lee pitched 3 ? innings,...

Roy Halladay Takes On Stephen Strasburg In Rare Phillies-Nationals Spring Duel

Despite being regular opponents during the regular season, the Phillies and Nationals hardly play each other in the Spring. With Nationals camp located 149 miles away in Viera, FL, the bus ride is long. The Phillies tend to play local opponents such as the Blue Jays, Yankees, Orioles, Pirates, and...

Phillies Spring Training Recap 3/6/2013

Billy the Philly Fan and Steve from My Two Cents rant about today’s Grapefruit League game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals. They said that Roy Halladay was a contender while Stephen Strasburg was a pretender and much more!

Phillies and Nationals exchange some beanball pleasantries

So it’s only March, but the NL East division title race may have already began.  It’s always trouble in spring training when teams are a little too familiar with each other and face off in an exhibition.  Mix in two hard-throwing aces and some other star players being hit by pitches, and you get what happened today. An inning after Stephen Strasburg plucked Chase Utley (who...
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