Dubee said he doesn't expect the order will be an issue for any of the pitchers.
"I really don't think our guys have any ego problems," Dubee said. "As long as they get the ball on their day, they're happy to be out there and willing to be out there."
After his second spring start, Halladay was most upset about the two walks he issued in his three scoreless innings against the Pirates on Saturday. No surprise there.
On the positive side, Halladay was most pleased with his ability to work in three curveballs, a pitch he typically does not throw this early in spring.
"I was happy with it for the first time," Halladay said. "We got some good swings off of it."
Halladay allowed one hit along with the two walks and struck out four.
Halladay said that last spring, his focus was on developing his change-up, and the curveball was secondary. He was disappointed with how the curve felt at the start of the season, so preparation this year changed.
"It's something we talked about," Halladay said. "I felt like I played catch-up with it at the beginning of the season last year."
Dubee suggested the idea.
"I thought he came out of spring training with not as good of a curveball as he hoped," Dubee said. "We spent so much time last year on the change-up that he doesn't need to throw the change as much [this spring] to keep the feel."
The Phillies will play two Sunday in split-squad action. A group of mostly regulars will play the Tampa Bay Rays in Clearwater, and reserves will travel to Lakeland, Fla., to take on the Detroit Tigers. Ben Francisco and Carlos Ruiz are on that trip to play, and Charlie Manuel will manage that team. Bench coach Pete Mackanin will manage the team in Clearwater. Cliff Lee starts at home and Kyle Kendrick on the road.
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