The Phillies serve free lunch on Opening Day every year, but since I don’t dig on meat and I’m not too keen on grey broccoli either, I brought my own lunch/dinner. Right now I’m eating a lovely fruit mix of bananas, apricots, papaya, golden raisins with a few raw almonds in there… Mmmmmmm. Myers pitched himself into a bit of a jam in the second when Nick Johnson, the son of Larry Bowa’s sister, doubled to left-center. Johnson missed all of last season while recovering from a broken leg, but he’s better now and sure to pick up hitting right where left off. Johnson is very, very good. The Nats are much-improved with Johnson in the lineup, but now they have to figure out what to do with Dmitri Young. Myers plunked Paul Lo Duca – much to the delight of the packed house – to put two on with one out and then walked Willie Harris with two outs to load the bases. But Myers figured his way out of it by picking up his second strikeout of the inning on Matt Chico. That’s 36 pitches through two innings for Myers – 22 strikes. The Phillies got a two-out double in the second from Jayson Werth, but left it there. Former Daily News beat writer Marcus Hayes is here. The DN really has suffered now that Marcus isn’t doing the day-to-day stuff… the new guy is a total hack.