Philadelphia Phillies: 7 Ways the Team Can Thrive Without Roy Oswalt

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Philadelphia Phillies: 7 Ways the Team Can Thrive Without Roy Oswalt
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Players continue to get injured but the Philadelphia Phillies continue to win. The team is on pace for 102 victories at this point and has shown that they are the team to beat in the National League once again.

Cole Hamels, Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee have all been dominating in 2011 and they were each rewarded with All-star selections. Roy Oswalt was the final piece of the "Four Aces" puzzle, but injuries are threatening to derail his season and possibly his career.

The Phillies have shown that they can win in the short-term without a guy that is fifth among active pitchers in career winning percentage, but can they survive the second-half of the season?

Here are seven ways the Philadelphia Phillies can not only survive, but thrive without Roy Oswalt.

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