Roy Halladay used two meaningful words to alleviate concern over a terrible outing.
''Nothing hurts,'' Halladay said.
Considering he's coming off an injury-plagued year, that's important news for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Ramon Santiago hit a grand slam and Don Kelly also homered off Halladay, leading the Detroit Tigers to a 10-6 win over the Phillies on Tuesday.
''The results aren't satisfying and that's obvious but the work we've done, there's a lot of progress being made,'' Halladay said. ''I just felt lethargic. The good part is there's no soreness, nothing hurts. I'll trade that any day of the week feeling lethargic over being sore like last spring training where there were times you're hurt.''
The Tigers roughed up the Halladay for seven runs in 2 2-3 innings. The two-time Cy Young Award winner allowed six hits and walked four in his poorest outing this spring. He came in with a 2.16 ERA in three starts.
''There's definitely work to be done, adjustments to be made,'' Ha...