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This week's Phillies pitching schedule

CLEARWATER, Fla. — The Phillies have only one split-squad day this spring, and it comes Sunday. That will create a spring start for Aaron Cook, the 11-year veteran.

This week's Phillies pitching schedule

There is no shortage of options for starters. The Phillies signed veteran Aaron Cook to a minor-league deal. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
There is no shortage of options for starters. The Phillies signed veteran Aaron Cook to a minor-league deal. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

CLEARWATER, Fla. — The Phillies have only one split-squad day this spring, and it comes Sunday. That will create a spring start for Aaron Cook, the 11-year veteran.

Also on next week's schedule is a Tuesday date with the Dominican Republic team for the World Baseball Classic. The various countries will play exhibition games against big-league teams in preparation for the tournament.

The next day is a rare trip to Clearwater by the rival Washington Nationals. Roy Halladay will start that game.

Here is the pitching schedule for the next week:

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Friday at NYY: Roy Halladay, Rodrigo Lopez, Jonathan Papelbon, Phillippe Aumont and Raul Valdes.

Saturday at TOR: Cliff Lee, Tyler Cloyd, Mike Stutes and Chad Durbin.

Sunday (SS) at BAL: Kyle Kendrick, Justin De Fratus, Jake Diekman and B.J. Rosenberg.

Sunday (SS) vs. TOR: Aaron Cook, Zach Miner, Jeremy Horst and Antonio Bastardo.

Monday at PIT: John Lannan, Adam Morgan, Raul Valdes and Mike Adams.

Tuesday vs. Dominican Republic: Cole Hamels, Jonathan Papelbon, Ethan Martin and Jonathan Pettibone.

Wednesday vs. WAS: Roy Halladay, Mike Stutes, Antonio Bastardo, Justin De Fratus, Jake Diekman and Chad Durbin.


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