Phillies consulted Roy Halladay on deal
The Philadelphia Phillies "kicked around" whether they might have to adjust Roy Halladay's contract before they decided to offer Cliff Lee a deal for two more years and twice the money they guaranteed Halladay last December, general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. told ESPN.com Wednesday.
A year ago, the trade for Halladay almost blew up after the Phillies told Halladay's agents their philosophy on pitcher contracts wouldn't allow them to offer him more than a three-year extension. So before the team ...
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