Thursday, March 10, 2011

Perfection takes no breaks, Halladay is a monster again

Philadelphia Phillies all-star pitcher Roy Halladay delivers a pitch during first inning San Francisco Giants-Philadelphia Phillies NLCS Championship game one at Citizens Bank Park October 16, 2010. . UPI/John Anderson

Roy Halladay is one serious baseball player. You can see it in his interviews, he is always talking about having fun, but he goes out on the mound to destroy opponents and that's just what he did to the Yankees today in Florida.

Halladay's preparation to get ready for the season is already legendary. He is usually the first guy there in the morning, and goes to work like a well seasoned machine to prepare for his starts against any opponent.

The result against the Yankees was a 7-0 victory, and that was against C.C. Sabathia.

The Phillies have been counting on seeing Domonic Brown possibly play right field this season, but with the injury to him now it seems like the spotlight has switched to John Mayberry though the smart money is on Ben Francisco to get the opening day duties and it will be his job to lose.

Only three weeks now to Opening Day, it's gonna be an early opening day and with the weather we've been having in the Philadelphia area, we're preparing for just about any kind of conditions with the lingering cold that just doesn't seem to want to let up.

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