Lazy Sunday

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Roy Halladay, who has hit .079 (3-for-38) with two runs and one RBI in his career, participates in sliding drills this morning at the Carpenter Complex.


J.C. Romero and Brad Lidge both threw off the mound this morning. Both said it went well. Both said being ready by Opening Day remains their goal, although they also said they will be careful. Lidge is further along than Romero, so it stands to reason that Lidge has a better chance of being ready. But it’s still very early, and it sounds like neither will push it. Makes sense.


I just finished an interview with The 700 Level, which was fun. They also gave my book a nice review, which was great. What? You haven’t picked up a copy yet? (In my best Judge Smails voice) Well … we’re waiting.<a href="" center;" text-align: auto; 10px margin: block;


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Roy Halladay better not slide on the basepaths for any reason, other than maybe to score the winning run in the seventh game of the WS.

I hope I never have to see Roy Halladay sliding into anything except a bucket of champagne after the clinching game of the 2010 World Series.

phan: HA. Great minds think alike.

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