Thursday, May 16, 2013

Philadelphia Phillies Looking For Pitching Support

Due to a very unfortunate event regarding Roy Halladay's switching to the disabled list because of shoulder problems, the Philadelphia Phillies are currently on the look for outer options to fill in the Halladay’s role. The general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. recently announced his concerns regarding this issue, since he feels that it won’t be an easy task to find someone to fill in Halladay’s place.

When Jim Salisbury of was interviewed a few days ago, he was quick to suggest that the Philadelphia team already has a couple of candidates in mind: Tyler Cloyd and Adam Morgan were mentioned many times. Salisbury assures that the Phillies are looking for internal players only. Many were speculating that Jesse Biddle could be a top contender to fill Halladay’s role, but Salisbury affirms that he is definitively not an option although he was already considered. There’s no doubt that baseball fans are in for a treat this season. Enjoying a game should be an event that envelops all the senses. There’s probably no better way to experience this than by using a quality home video projector. There are many different projectors here, for you to choose from. It’s only a matter of selecting the device that’s most suited to your needs.

It's too soon in the season for any major trades, but there's been a lot of guesswork regarding the availability of two important Astros hurlers: Bud Norris and Lucas Harrell. Experts mention that the Phillies would have an easier time if they pursued a trade for a seasoned veteran that's placed on a minor league; two names were mentioned a few times: Chris Young of the Nationals and Chien-Ming Wang of the Yankees. These two players with impressive careers have may have a shot with a major league contract. However, these are only speculations, and Amaro hasn’t affirmed or denied any possibilities at all.

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