Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee got the pleasantries out of the way quickly Tuesday at Bright House Field. He wanted to talk baseball. Dubee is lucky. There might be more to discuss this spring than recent ones, especially on the pitching side of things. First, Dubee will be closely watching Roy Halladay, who is trying to bounce back from one of the worst seasons of his career. Second, Dubee will be trying to find the three best pitchers to fill out the rest of a potentially potent bullpen.