PHILADELPHIA -- The boys in the bullpen started rising when Jonathan Broxton went 2-0 on Matt Stairs. "If he pitches around Stairs," someone yelled, "this game will belong to J-Roll." Somehow, somewhere in the reaches of Broxton's mind there was history, that moment last October when Stairs went yard off him to propel the Phillies to the world championship. Broxton throws 98 mph and doesn't have to think or look up some history. He's also human.
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