Found March 13, 2013 on Philliedelphia:
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Roy Halladay was roughed up pretty bad in yesterday's 10-6 loss to Detroit. Halladay said after the game that his bad performance was not because of any soreness, but because he was feeling lethargic due to a new intense throwing program he has been doing. He topped out at 87...
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