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DOC IN THE AMAZONThe tall tale was just that. While in the Amazon over the winter, Roy Halladay and friends (including Chris Carpenter and B.J. Ryan) came across a local man whose boat had been overturned by a large snake – the mighty anaconda, to be specific.But the legend of Halladay wrestling the snake in the muddy waters of the rainforest was false. In fact, Halladay said he hates snakes. Here’s Roy’s version of the story (from David Hale of the Wilmington News Journal):CONTRERAS THROWS OFF MOUNDJose Contreras threw off a mound this morning with no issues. This is a big step for The Big Truck. He threw his repertoire of pitches, and looked good in the process, according to reports. If the 40-year old is 100 percent healthy going into the season, the bullpen is better for it. They could be stocked with the additions of Jonathan Papelbon, Dontrelle Willis and Chad Qualls, plus a rejuvenated Contreras.BROWN WANTS LFDom didn’t come here to mess around. According to Ryan Lawrence of ...
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You know that guy on the Dos Equis commercial? I’m starting to think he may not be the most interesting man in the world. Having a mother who has a tattoo that reads “Son” or being allowed to touch the art at a museum is pretty boss, but Roy Halladay may have him beat. The car you see above is what the Doc whipped to Phillies training camp over the weekend. Would you expect...
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Pitcher Roy Halladay apparently has an affinity for old cars as he rolled into Phillies camp this weekend with a pretty incredible ride.
via The Big Lead
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Roy Halladay tossed a perfect game and a postseason no-hitter, all in the same year. He also won a Cy Young Award in each league, has been to eight All-Star games, and is one of the best pitchers in baseball history.
Yet for all his accomplishments on the mound, Halladay finds himself talking more about snakes these days.
Despite being outpitched by his good buddy, Chris...
Back in January, there was a story floating around about Roy Halladay being part of a fishing expedition that helped tow a naked man’s boat. From there, the story got twisted and all of a sudden, Halladay was said to have been wrestling giant snakes in the Amazon.While a “Roy Halladay was wrestling giant snakes!” story would be the best thing since sliced bread, it unfortunately...
As the world of Major League Baseball begins with pitchers and catchers reporting for duty, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay decided to report in style.
Check out Halladay's ride that he brought to Phillies camp:
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Just imagine, Roy Halladay can improve in 2012
We know Roy Halladay is good and without question he is the ace of aces on the Phillies pitching staff. Following a 2010 Cy Young Award winning season in his first year in red pinstripes Halladay went out and had another Cy Young-worthy season (finishing second to Clayton Kershaw), with a higher win percentage (but two fewer actual...
When you're Roy Halladay there is very little that you are not allowed to do, even if it means you show up to spring training in a custom-restored hot rod grinning like a teenage boy who just got his first HJ. Looking good. Feeling good. Look out NL.[The Big Lead]
CLEARWATER, Fla. — Roy Halladay tossed a perfect game and a postseason no-hitter, all in the same year. He also won a Cy Young Award in each league, has been to eight All-Star games, and is one of the best pitchers in baseball history. Yet for all his accomplishments on ...
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After his workout on Tuesday, Phillies ace Roy Halladay sat alone to discuss his thoughts on the upcoming season and his chase for a World Series championship.
With camps opening in Florida and Arizona, it's time for the by the numbers puff pieces in MLB. For Philly, that's all about Roy Halladay saving some dudes from an anaconda (um, yeesh)... and Jonathan Papelbon greeting the media and talking about the last time he took the mound, with the Red Sox's playoff lives on the line and a dome half-full of people who wanted to...
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