Friday Morning Links: 2/25

Sean O’Brien of Yahoo Sports lists his 6 “Phearless Points” that should get them to the World Series.

Ryan Lawrence discusses Tyson Gillies’ desire to turn the page on a disappointing 2010.

Henry Schulman, of the San Francisco Chronicle, feels that the Phillies postseason success will have to go through left-handed reliever, Javier Lopez. He forgets the Giants still lack an offense.

If you’re going to Spring Training games, expect to see Domonic Brown more often than not, according to Matt Gelb.

Below the jump, watch a video of Jim Bowden from FoxSports.com thinks of the Phillies in 2011.

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Weekend Pitching Round-Up

EDIT: Looks like Roy Halladay will go on Monday, Cliff Lee on Tuesday.

David Murphy has released the upcoming pitching schedules for the first four spring-training games.

Thursday vs Florida State
RHP Drew Naylor
LHP Juan Perez
RHP Mike Stutes
RHP Mike Schwimer
RHP Justin DeFratus
RHP Scott Mathieson

Saturday at Yankees
LHP Cole Hamels
RHP Vance Worley
LHP Ryan Feierabend
RHP Brian Schlitter
LHP Mike Zagurski

Sunday vs. Yankees
RHP Joe Blanton
RHP Justin DeFratus
RHP Michael Schwimer
RHP Ryan Madson
LHP J.C. Romero
RHP Brad Lidge

Monday at Blue Jays
RHP Roy Halladay
JC Ramirez
Michael Stutes
Juan Perez
Scott Mathieson

Tuesday vs. Tigers
LHP Cliff Lee
RHP Kyle Kendrick
RHP Eddie Bonine
LHP Dan Meyer
RHP Danys Baez

Looks like it will be entirely kids facing Florida State, so I am sorry Seminoles players, you will not be facing the likes of Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee.

Hamels will pitch in Tampa on Saturday, and Joe Blanton will get the first start by the Phab Phive at Bright House Field.  Cliff Lee will make his spring training debut on Tuesday against the Detroit Tigers, which I believe is televised.