In his return from the disabled list Tuesday, Roy Halladay kept the Phillies in the game against the Dodgers, allowing two runs over five innings.
Halladay left with a 2-1 deficit, but Philly hung two runs on the Dodgers in the eighth to win the game and leave Doc with a no-decision. Halladay struck out six and walked none in the outing. He was pulled after 80 pitches, a precaution after missing two months with a strained lat muscle. If owners hadn’t already activated Halladay, they should do so immediately.