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Philadelphia Phillies: Predicting Leader in Every Major Statistical Category
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If the arrival of pitchers and catchers reporting for spring training in Clearwater, Florida doesn't get you excited, then maybe Roy Halladay arriving in a 1932 Roadster will. Phillies Nation will instinctively flock south in a few weeks to watch the five-time defending NL East champions.

Over 3.1 million tickets have already been sold for the 2012 season, including 70,000 single-game tickets which were sold on February 17, 2012 (the first day single games were available) at Citizens Bank Park. While there are many questions that we will look to have answered before Opening Day, there is no question that the Phillies still are the favorites in the National League.

After all, Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels (Nos. 1, 2, 3) are as good as it gets. Philadelphia, enjoy the ride of a 162-game season. Let's try to not look ahead to the postseason.

We will worry about the postseason later, so here is a prediction of the Philadelphia Phillies leaders in every major statistical category.

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