Baseball is a funny game in the sense that players actually have an opportunity to be "perfect" on any given day. Just ask Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay about being perfect.
More often than not, however, no one is perfect. Baseball players are human beings, and human beings have their strengths and weaknesses. Unlike other human beings, though, baseball players live their lives under a microscope.
As far as the game of baseball is concerned, their strengths and weaknesses are made available to the public. Which players can hit for contact? Which players can hit for power? Which players can't hit at all?
Over baseball's history, statistics have been developed to keep track of who does what well. Organizations pay players more money on what their strengths are, but their weakness subtract from their overall value.
So with spring training right around the corner, what better time to take a look at the greatest strength and weakness of each player on the Phillies roster? Who needs to work hard during spring training, and who needs to hone their skills?
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