In most situations, going .500 is bad.  A .500 team never makes the playoffs in baseball, or football.  Usually, a .500 team won't even make the playoffs in hockey (basketball is a different story, but that's a totally different subject).  For a pitcher, going 10-10 won't win you a Cy Young, and saving 16 out of 32 attempts won't make you an all-star.  However, today, all the Phillies needed was to go .500.  Game one pitted rookie starters Vance Worley, and Adalberto Mendez against each other.  Both were trying to prove to their respective clubs that they could be useful in the bigs as time progressed.  Well one of them did that, and let me give you a hint it wasn't Worley.  The Marlins got to Vance early, scoring on just the 4th batter of the...

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