Why is Roy Halladay so tough to hit? It's not as if he throws 100 miles per hour. We asked David Wright after the Phillies' ace shut out the Mets over seven innings Thursday.

"I think what makes him so good is all his pitches look the same coming out of his hand," Wright said. "There's some guys that might slow their arm speed a little bit on a changeup or you can see a little something different on off-speed pitches, but with him, everything comes out the same.

"When he's throwing 93 and one of the pitches is going that way [points left] and the other pitch is going that way [points right], you can't determine it out of his hand."

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