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So, apparently, Roy Halladay, B.J. Ryan and our very own Chris Carpenter all went on a fishing trip with pro fisher Skeet Reese in the Amazon of all places.
Reese wrote about it on his site:
“We had plenty of wildlife encounters though. Along with the fishing, we decided to go hunting one night, and Carpenter and B.J. both shot a caiman; which is like an alligator. Me and Doc Halladay even came across a local, sitting bare naked on a tree by the river. What we were able to figure out is that he was fishing in the river for tropical fish to sell for aquariums when he got attacked by an anaconda."
“The snake apparently bit him on the ass but he was able to free himself before the snake wrapped him up. Instead the snake wrapped around his motor on the back of his little 14 foot dugout canoe and tore it off the back of his boat. Doc and I helped him gather his gear and flip the boat back over and then towed him home. You could definitely see the bite mark on his ass, but...
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There's seemingly nothing that the Phillies' ace can not do, including even saving a young boy from an anaconda while on a hunting trip in the Amazon.
Roy Halladay generally concerns himself with wins.
During a recent fishing trip to the Amazon, however, the Philadelphia Phillies ace righthander reportedly picked up one impressive save.
According to a blog from Skeet Reese, Halladay and St. Louis Cardinals hurler Chris Carpenter joined the professional fisherman and others in Brazil in search of a good time.
"Me and Doc...
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the Amazon with pal Roy Halladay, the ace of the Philadelphia
Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter not only
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So did you hear that one about the Cy Young award winner who spent part of his offseason vacation in a foreign land and just so happened to save a child from an anaconda? Apparently Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay did just that on a recent fishing trip to the Amazon in which he helped saved a local boy from an anaconda. CSN Philly (with a hat tip to Larry Brown Sports) points out a...
According to NESN, Roy Halladay was on a fishing trip in the Amazon with Chris Carpenter, B.J. Ryan and professional fisher Skeet Reese, when he and Reese stumbled upon a local boy being attacked by an anaconda.
Here is what happened according to Reese’s recent blog post:
“Me and Doc Halladay even came across a local, sitting bare naked on a tree by the river. What we were able...
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 entitled “A Jungle Out There” on his website, Reese talked about the trip and noted that...
Roy Halladay for the save? Only in the Amazon. (And not the online one.)
Halladay, runner-up for the Cy Young Award in the National League, showed he could tame the deadliest of rivers just as effectively as he tames opposing lineups for the Philadelphia Phillies. On a recent fishing expedition to Brazil with buddy Chris Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals (and former major league...
In the offseason, things to write about can be few and far between. It seems like news of trades or free agent signings come in bunches, and as soon as they appear, they vanish, leaving you with nothing but the flotsam and jetsam of other, better rumors.
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