All I can say is, what a way to open one of the most anticipated seasons in Phillies history. Even though it didn't start out that way. The game was scoreless up until the 6th inning. Roy Halladay didn't have his best stuff but still only allowed one run, I still can't believe how ridiculous that is. Every other pitcher who doesn't have his best stuff one day allows around 4 or 5 runs, Doc allows only 1. It truly goes to show the skill level of Doc. In the 7th the Astros scored 3 more runs, this time off David Herndon and J.C Romero. In the bottom of the 7th, the Phillies finally got on the board as they scored on an RBI groundout by Raul Ibanez and a sac fly by Ryan Howard. That cut the score to 4-2 Houston. After Ryan Madson pitched a scoreless 8th and Wilton Lopez did the same for the 'Stros, the game moved to the 9th. Rollins, Howard, and Ibanez were set to lead off the bottom of the 9th after Danys Baez pitched a scoreless top of the 9th. After two singles by Howard and Rollins and then a Ibanez pop out, Ben Francisco stepped up huge and made it 4-3 with a base hit to left. Carlos Ruiz followed up with another single and the bases were loaded for Wilson Valdez. Valdez ripped one into left and tied the game for the Phillies. Then up steps, John Mayberry. Mayberry, in his first opening day, no way he's gonna get the game winner right, wrong. Mayberry rocketed one to center over the head of Michael Bourn to win the game for the Phils. Last year we saw some amazing come from behind wins, and already this year we've seen one, the lesson to learn from this people, don't quit on this team, they will shock you with the resilience they have. Tommorow night the Phils will send Cliff Lee to the mound in his Phillies re-debut. He will face Wandy Rodriguez. As for the win, amazing, if this is any sign of things to come, well, this is definately going to be a fun season for the Phightin Phils.