The Phillies learned Tuesday that they'll be without Roy Halladay for roughly 6-8 weeks, the latest blow to a team that has had horrible injury luck this season.
It's a tribute to the Phils that they're above .500, but in the tough NL East they're in fifth place - even before losing Halladay until the All-Star break or later.
Still, the Phils are five-time defending division champions, they have two aces remaining in their rotation, and at some point Ryan Howard and Chase Utley are going to come back.
So we want to know:
Is Halladay's injury what finally sinks the Phillies?
Or do they have enough to stay in the race while he's gone and make a run at yet another postseason spot?