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Viva El Birdos Aug 20, 2016

Cardinals news and notes: Oh, Moss, and the Phillies

And an important reminder that baseball mortality comes at you fast. The 2011 Philadelphia Phillies are one of the most dominant baseball teams I can remember. Statistically, this isn’t true—they were a good team, winning 102 games and carrying home-field advantage into the playoffs, but in retrospect they weren’t quite enough of a run-scoring juggernaut to be reasonably considered “dominant” on a grand scale—but they felt like inevitable 2011 World Series champions. The Phillies were led first and foremost by an unimpeachable trio of starting pitchers: Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee,...
Toronto Sun Aug 14, 2016
Roy Halladay hesitant about six-man rotation:

Roy Halladay hesitant about six-man rotation:

Roy Halladay has mixed feelings about whether he would have enjoyed being part of a six-man pitching rotation like the current Blue Jays model.
Toronto Star Aug 14, 2016

Roy Halladay wants to wear Blue Jays cap if inducted into Hall of Fame

Grilli continues to shine with Toronto since trade.
Toronto Star Aug 14, 2016

Doc Halladay hands out prescription for Blue Jays worries about Sanchez innings: Griffin

Ex-Toronto ace says innings isn’t the problem, it’s how you handle off-season workload.

Roy Halladay Photos