The Phillies have a rematch with the San Francisco Giants when they open a four-game series at AT&T Park on Thursday night.
Although they lost last year's National League Championship Series and a three-game series last week at Citizens Bank Park to San Francisco, Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay said Wednesday that the games that matter most are the ones that have the word playoff before them.
"Obviously you want to win games regardless of who you're playing," Halladay said. "But they did it last year when it mattered. I think you have to do it when it matters. You're really not going to get even. The end of the season is where it's at."