If Roy Halladay continues on his current pace, these will be his final 2010 numbers:
This pace cannot continue.
I don't necessarily think Charlie should have taken Halladay out yesterday. Although if he would have been pulled after the Phils went up 8-0 after 7 I would not have had a problem with that either. He only threw 118 pitches and one or two non-strenuous innings at the end of a game aren't going to be a real issue. What I have a problem with is Charlie running him out there so frequently. Why the hell is pitching on four days rest multiple times in April? I'm going with my gut and not actual research (b/c it's Sunday morning and way to early for research) but I can't imagine he has ever continued this pace for any long stretch of time. The Phils have this guy contracted for big bucks and big years, why don't they try to not have him destroy is arm in the first half of the first year.
In Other News...
"Lee’s agent, Darek Braunecker, told ESPN.com that there have not been significant discussions with Seattle about an extension, and free agency is the likely option."
Lee a free agent? Alright, here's what the Phils should do: trade Cole Hamels and Raul Ibanez for anything they can get. Right now. Pitch Halladay on 7 days rest for the remainder of the season. Pitch Kyle Kendrick and Jamie Moyer as much as possible. Finish last, get a decent draft pick for next season (you know stocking the farm system is soooooo important), forget 2010 ever existed, then sign Cliff Lee and Jayson Werth and make a run at a WFC in 2011. I should be a GM...