Reds helpless against Roy Halladay
With Roy Oswalt up next, Cincinnati can't afford to dwell on NLDS Game 1
PHILADELPHIA -- It had been only 10 minutes or so after Brandon Phillips' dribbler in front of home plate closed out Roy Halladay's no-hitter. The Reds second baseman screwed in his earrings, then pulled his socks on as he was asked how he felt about Halladay's feat.
"I'm glad the way we lost the way we did," Phillips said.
Phillips was asked to clarify. He doesn't mind that Halladay just joined Don Larsen -- who threw a perfect game in the 1956 World Series -- as the ...
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