Roy Halladay

Philadelphia Phillies #34 - Pitcher

  • Born: 05/14/77
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 230

Halladay to throw first pitch at Jays Home Opener

Former Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay will be returning to Rogers Centre in Toronto to throw the ceremonial first pitch in the Blue Jays' 2014 Home Opener against the Yankees on Friday, April 4.

2014 Phillies Preview: Ruben Amaro Jr.

Let's see what the numbers have to say about Ruben Amaro Jr.'s tenure as the Phillies GM. (Hint: it's not good!)

Guest Post: A Doc to Remember

Editor's note: Matt English (@mattomic) originally wrote this piece about Roy Halladay for his blog "Carrie Hunt and the Spoonerisms". We liked it so much we asked him to post it here too.

Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#2) vs (#3)

Which moment of Yankee history deserves to move on – World Series perfection or a legendary prediction?

Halladay gave it one last shot in October

According to a tweet sent out by TSN's Scott MacArthur Friday afternoon, Roy Halladay actually tried out for the Blue Jays in the October instructional league but his velocity was still down so he...

Charlie Morton a good fit in Pittsburgh

Why did the Pirates give Charlie Morton their biggest contract for a starting pitcher in franchise history? Well, in a Pirates uniform, Morton may be more valuable than you think.

Mets Morning News for December 10, 2013

Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and Major League Baseball news, notes, and links.

Roy Halladay: Pitcher of the century

Roy Halladay just might have been better than anyone else to this point in the century.

Roy Halladay retires as a Blue Jay

The right-handed pitcher is walking away from the game after an incredible 16-year run.

Roy Halladay retires

Veteran starter Roy Halladay will announce his retirement today. Here is a look at his development as a prospect, and where he ranks in historical context.

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