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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Articles tagged: Roy Halladay

Did Roy Halladay Really Save a Boy from an Anaconda Attack in the Amazon?

Earlier this month, some MLB pitchers took a fishing trip to the Amazon.  Roy Halladay, Chris Carpenter, and B.J. Ryan made the trek to Brazil with professional sport fisherman and outdoor enthusiast, Skeet Reese.  According to Reese, it turned into more than just a fishing trip. In a post on his website entitled “A Jungle…Read More

Roy Halladay’s Only Weakness: Hot Weather Over 90 Degrees

Roy Halladay’s streak of road starts where he pitched at least six innings ended at 63 Monday when he left his start in the fifth inning. The Phillies ace was drenched with sweat, had trouble seeing the plate, and lost velocity on his pitches because of the heat. He was dizzy and possibly dehydrated in…Read More

Roy Halladay Tosses No-Hitter in Postseason Debut for Phillies

One of the great side stories to the MLB playoffs this year was Roy Halladay getting his first shot at the postseason after spending 12 years in Toronto. Who could have ever imagined that he would throw a freaking no-hitter in his first career postseason start? The Phillies Cy Young candidate threw the first playoff…Read More

Roy Halladay Finally Gets a Shot at Pitching in October

There has never been a pitcher in Major League Baseball history that deserves a shot at taking the mound in the postseason more than Roy Hallday.  For years, Halladay was one of the best arms in the American League.  As luck would have it, he was stuck pitching for the Toronto Blue Jays. The Jays…Read More

NL Playoff Preview and Players to Watch

Also check out Alan Hull’s AL Playoff Preview As the season wraps up and the National League contenders begin to separate themselves from one another, here is a look at some key players to watch down the stretch and through October. ATLANTA BRAVES Derrek Lee: There is no better way to add zeroes to the…Read More

And the 2010 Cy Young Award Goes to…

AMERICAN LEAGUE WINNER C.C. Sabathia, New York Yankees (20-6, 3.05) Sabathia will win the American League Cy Young at the end of the season.  With a 21-6 record, he’s certainly a worthy candidate.  The fact that he plays for the New York Yankees has made him a shoe-in, however.  Not to take anything away from…Read More

NL Mid-Season Baseball Awards

With baseball at the All-Star break, we assembled the staff here at LBS to select our mid-season baseball awards. Yesterday, we posted the AL awards. Today, it’s the NL awards. NL MVP Steve DelVecchio says Joey Votto, 1B, Reds: The Reds, yes the Reds, are in first place and much of it is because of…Read More

Roy Halladay Throws Perfect Game

It’s been an unbelievable year for pitching accomplishments in MLB this season. Things got started with Ubaldo Jimenez’s no-hitter for the Rockies against the Braves. That was only the start of things to come as A’s pitcher Dallas Braden then tossed the 19th perfect game in modern MLB history against the Rays on Mother’s Day….Read More

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