If Roy Halladay were alive today, would he really want people arguing over which hat he should wear on his plaque in Cooperstown?Read more
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
It’s been five days since Roy Halladay passed away.Read more
You’ve heard of the “Maddux”; a complete game shutout thrown by a pitcher with less than 100 total pitches.Read more
Nobody’s really sure what to do or what to say about Roy Halladay.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