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5 little-known facts: Roy Halladay's 2010 postseason no-hitter (Infographic)

The teams are set, and now the games begin. The MLB postseason starts this week, with 8 of the 10 NLDS games to be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1. As we get ready for the 2014 playoffs, this week we are looking back on great MLB playoff moments from the recent past. Today's highlight: In his first career postseason appearance, Roy Halladay pitches a no-hitter for the Philadelphia...
Via Holdout Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Infographic: Roy Halladay’s no-hitter in the 2010 National League Division Series

On Oct. 6, 2010, in his first postseason start, Roy Halladay accomplished something that only one other pitcher has done in Major League Baseball history: Throw a postseason no-hitter. Halladay led the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-0 Game 1 win in the 2010 National League Division Series, shutting down a Cincinnati Reds lineup left utterly […] The post Infographic: Roy Halladay’s...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Will another pitcher match Roy Halladay’s Postseason no-hitter?

The 2010 NLDS between the Reds and Phillies got off to a routine start. In his first career Postseason start, Roy Halladay set down the first three Reds he faced. The Phillies plated a run in hte bottom of the first after a Chase Utley sac fly. Halladay set down three more Reds hitters without breaking a sweat in the second. Philadelphia tacked on three more runs in the second following...
Via The Outside Corner
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Zoo With Roy goes to zoo with Roy Halladay, fulfills dream

In January of 2010, the Phillies-centric blog Zoo With Roy was created. The blogger, known as Zoo or ZWR, simply wanted to go to the zoo with his favorite new Phillies pitcher. Four and a half years later, it happened – ZWR went to the zoo with Roy Halladay. I'm at the zoo with Roy Halladay?! pic.twitter.com/5453vwPKvo — Zoo With Roy (@zoowithroy) August 8, 2014 Who could...
Via Awful Announcing
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Retitled Storyline: Lee vs. Halladay as Phillies

Recently, earning the right to dominate conversations of Philadelphia Phillies fans for generations, two legends have toed the slab at Citizens Bank Park, but now Cole Hamels watches as only one can add numbers to his stat sheet. Will Cliff Lee or Roy Halladay finish with better statistics in Philly? This article was ready for editing before Lee was available for the second...
Via isportsweb.com
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Halladay channels Mac from ‘It’s Always Sunny’ in Twitter fan letter to Chase Utley

Even though Roy Halladay announced his retirement from baseball last December, it’s clear that he still pays attention to the goings on in Major League Baseball, especially as it relates to keeping tabs on the achievements of his former teammates. One teammate in particular certainly appears to have made quite an impact on the former […] The post Roy Halladay channels Mac from...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Halladay’s Full Page Thank You in Daily News

Roy Halladay, ever the classy gent, took out a full page ad in today’s Philadelphia Daily News thanking the fans, the city, and the Phillies following his retirement. Roy Halladay takes out full-page ad thanking @Phillies fans: http://t.co/MIrjmJx0qI pic.twitter.com/Angey5vYOw — MLB Fan Cave (@MLBFanCave) December 10, 2013  
Via Phillies Nation
December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Phillies Nation Player Review: Roy Halladay

Was September 23 the last time we will see Halladay as a Phillie? If I had to pick one word to describe Roy Halladay‘s 2013 campaign with the Phillies, I’d choose heartbreaking. Every night, I held my breath, hoping that a proud man such as Halladay would find a small portion of the success that led him to over 200 wins, six top-five Cy Young finishes, and two Cy Young wins in...
Via Phillies Nation
October 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Halladay Leaves in 1st Inning with Arm Fatigue

After just 16 pitches, Rich Dubee ran to the mound to check on Roy Halladay. There was nothing to be said. Halladay’s night, and possibly his career, was through. Ryne Sandberg joined Dubee and after a few words spoken between the men on the mound, Halladay walked to the dugout with his head down, his face red, dripping with sweat. The Phillies are calling it right arm fatigue...
Via Phillies Nation
September 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Why Rush Halladay Back? To Try To Trade Him?

With the ink barely drying on the tale of Roy Halladay‘s successful comeback start against the Diamondbacks, I’m here to suggest something pretty outrageous. The serendipitous aligning of the stars that allowed Halladay to pitch on Sunday was long ago a plan written in ink, Whited Out, and then put back down in Sharpie. The detour came last Tuesday night, when Doc threw only...
Via Phillies Nation
August 26, 2013  |  Discuss
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