It started off as one of those nights for Phillies' starter, Roy Halladay. Only 11 pitches into Monday night's game against the slugging, NL Central-leading Cincinnati Reds, Halladay had already loaded the bases without recording an out. But then just as quickly as it began auspiciously, things turned around for Halladay and the Phillies. Though Jay Bruce smacked a bases-loaded double, only one run scored because Chris Heisey, inexplicably, stopped running between third and home.
Halladay maneuvers through jams in Phils' rout
CSN Philly | Aug 21