Halladay Lit Up, and Red Flags Fly

Halladay Lit Up, and Red Flags Fly

There was a hopeful and cautiously optimistic tone in Phillies camp the first month of spring training.

That changed Tuesday.

With every pitch that Roy Halladay threw, the atmosphere turned anxious and uncomfortable.

In his fourth start of the spring, Halladay was bruised for six hits and seven runs in 2 2/3 innings by a Detroit Tigers team that didn’t even include Miguel Cabrera or Prince Fielder.

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