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Phillies rotation staying afloat without Halladay

Phillies rotation staying afloat without Halladay

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Phillies rotation staying afloat without Halladay

MILWAUKEE -- Roy Halladay threw his last pitch for the Phillies on May 5 and had shoulder surgery 11 days later, but it hasn't sunk the Phillies rotation.

Phillies starters entered Friday's game against the Brewers at Miller Park with a 3.36 ERA since Halladay's last start, which ranked fifth in baseball.

"They've been good," Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. "A lot of times Tyler [Cloyd] and Jonathan [Pettibone], they get tested about every time they go out there right now because of their experience and they kind of are new at the Major League level."

Todd Zolecki is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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