PHILADELPHIA -- At some point, the worst stretch of baseball the Philadelphia Phillies have played in quite some time has to end.
The Original No. 4: Bailey (No. 5 BA, No. 4 BP) Tagged for a 6.72 ERA in 17 major league starts in 2007 and '08, Bailey finally got a foothold in the majors in mid-2009, but shoulder woes limited him to just 41 starts over the next two seasons. He put together a pair of strong, healthy years in
The Original No. 2: Hughes (No. 4 BA, No. 2 BP) In the second start of his major league career, on May 1, 2007, Hughes no-hit the Rangers for 6 1/3 innings before leaving due to a hamstring strain. It was a sign of the false promise to come for the Yankees' highly-touted righty. A subsequent high