Roy Halladay allowed one run and three hits in 2 1-3 innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Yankees 10-5 Friday, New York’s seventh straight spring loss.
The Phillies give the ball to right-hander Roy Halladay tonight as they open a three game series with the St. Louis Cardinals at Citizens Bank Park.
The announcement came from Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Philadelphia Phillies Ruben Amaro Jr. on Tuesday afternoon.
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Roy Halladay suffered his first loss of the season as San Francisco topped the Phillies, 5-1, in the opening game of their three-game series. The Giants pitchers held the Phillies to four hits.