On the very same mound where his father pitched year after year, Braden Halladay took the hill and did exactly what Roy would’ve done: retired the side with relative ease. [Read more]
There will never be another like number 32: Roy Halladay.
It still doesn’t feel real and words can’t even begin to describe how devastating his loss is. [Read more]
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