Every day until Opening Day arrives, Phillies Nation will take a daily look back at a regular season victory from that particular day in history that you can watch in full in lieu of live Phillies baseball. Think of it is as your daily Phillies watch recommendation.Embed from Getty Images
2011 was arguably the most anticipated season in Phillies history. While the end result of the 2011 season disappointed, Opening Day certainly did not. Roy Halladay faced off against former Phillie Brett Myers in a pitcher’s duel. The Phillies found themselves down by two runs heading into the bottom of the ninth, but thanks to the heroics of pinch-hitter John Mayberry Jr, the sold-out crowd at Citizens Bank Park went home happy.
- Michael Bourn, center field
- Angel Sanchez, shortstop
- Hunter Pence, right field
- Carlos Lee, left field
- Bill Hall, second base
- Chris Johnson, third base
- Brett Wallace, first base
- Humberto Quintero, catcher
- Brett Myers, pitcher
- Shane Victorino, center field
- Placido Polanco, third base
- Jimmy Rollins, shortstop
- Ryan Howard, first base
- Raul Ibanez, left field
- Ben Francisco, right field
- Carlos Ruiz, catcher
- Wilson Valdez, second base
- Roy Halladay, pitcher
You can watch the full game down below or use this link. You can also watch it on your Smart TV or streaming device with the Youtube app. Just put in “HOU at PHI April 1 2011′ into the search bar and click on the video.
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