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HOUSTON - APRIL 05:  Roy Oswalt #44 of the Houston Astros pitches against the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day at Minute Maid Park on April 5, 2010 in Houston, Texas.  The Giants defeated the Astros 5-2.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
HOUSTON - APRIL 05: Roy Oswalt #44 of the Houston Astros pitches against the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day at Minute Maid Park on April 5, 2010 in Houston, Texas. The Giants defeated the Astros 5-2. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Current Series

Phillies lead the series 2-0

Fri 04/09 WP: J.A. Happ (1 - 0)
LP: Bud Norris (0 - 1)
0 - 8 loss
Sat 04/10 WP: Jamie Moyer (1 - 0)
LP: Brandon Lyon (0 - 1)
6 - 9 loss

Philadelphia Phillies
@ Houston Astros

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010, 1:05 PM CDT
Minute Maid Park

Roy Halladay vs Roy Oswalt

Mostly sunny. Winds blowing in from right field at 5-10 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 75.

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Roy Halladay

#34 / Pitcher / Philadelphia Phillies

6-6

230

R

R

May 14, 1977



W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2010 - Roy Halladay 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 7.0 6 1 1 0 2 9 1.29 1.14


Roy Oswalt

#44 / Pitcher / Houston Astros

6-0

190

R

R

Aug 29, 1977



W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2010 - Roy Oswalt 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 7 3 3 0 2 3 4.50 1.50

    Lineup

    Philadelphia Phillies @ Houston Astros

    04/11/10 1:05 PM CDT

    Philadelphia Phillies Houston Astros
    Jimmy Rollins - SS Michael Bourn - CF
    Placido Polanco - 3B Jeff Keppinger - SS
    Chase Utley - 2B Cory Sullivan - RF
    Ryan Howard - 1B Carlos Lee - LF
    Jayson Werth - RF Geoff Blum - 1B
    Raul Ibanez - LF Pedro Feliz - 3B
    Shane Victorino - CF Kazuo Matsui - 2B
    Carlos Ruiz - C J.R. Towles - C
    Roy Halladay - P Roy Oswalt - P

  1. .333/.357
  2. .339/.393
  3. .328/.375
  4. .345/.509
  5. .305/.376
  6. .298/.399
  7. .316/.371
  8. .323/.392
  9. Something not good
I'll give Mills the caveat that there is not a lot to work with here, but c'mon. Are bench guys really just going to jump in the place of the person they replace all season with no thought as to whether they actually fit there? This hurts my head. Not just because I don't like how Mills is handling the bench players, but those numbers are awful. Roy Halladay is just licking his chops, duly wondering if he'll throw a no hitter today...or maybe even a perfect game...


...Going with that thought: maybe Mills is just raising the white flag.