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Monday, November 24, 2014

Articles tagged: Roy Halladay

Roy Halladay burns Reds fan on Twitter

In addition to being one of the most dominant MLB pitchers of his generation, Roy Halladay is also one of the classiest. The former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies ace always quietly went about his business during his career, but sometimes even the humble ones can’t resist burning a troll on Twitter. Over the…Read More

Roy Halladay thanks Phillies fans with newspaper ad

Roy Halladay announced his retirement on Monday at the age of 36, and he made sure to thank the city of Philadelphia and Phillies fans the next day. Though the two-time Cy Young Award winner signed a one-day contract with the Toronto Blue Jays so he could retire as a member of the team where…Read More

Roy Halladay to retire, sign one-day contract with Blue Jays

Roy Halladay is retiring, as first reported by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The 36-year-old was limited to just 62 innings with the Philadelphia Phillies last season and compiled a 4-5 record and a 6.82 ERA — his worst mark in 13 seasons. Halladay will be retiring as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays….Read More

Charlie Manuel concerned with Roy Halladay’s spring struggles

Last week we told you that Roy Halladay’s velocity was down during a spring outing against the Washington Nationals. Though he had success in that start (facing only one Nats starter), his velocity was down again Tuesday and this time he struggled. Halladay gave up seven runs, six hits, four walks, and two home runs…Read More

Roy Halladay’s velocity could be a concern

Roy Halladay is one of the most accomplished pitchers in the majors, but his velocity will likely be a concern this season and moving forward. Halladay turns 36 in May. He missed time last season with a lat injury, and he experienced shoulder problems that he attributed to a back issue. Though he pitched extremely…Read More

Stephen Strasburg hits Chase Utley, Roy Halladay throws behind Tyler Moore

Roy Halladay has better control than most starting pitchers in baseball, but at least one pitch got away from him during Wednesday’s spring training game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals. Or did it? Stephen Strasburg hit Chase Utley in the calf with a pitch in the third inning. Halladay responded in the fourth…Read More

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