- Of Roy
to break across. It sounds ridiculous because there are probably hundreds of occurrences of a scoreless game after three innings throughout a season, but it felt like it occurred every time Roy
- Roy & 250
); Livan Hernandez (2004); and yes, Roy Halladay (2003). Halladay actually tossed 266 innings in 2003, the most of the group. That puts him third on a list since the last strike, with those two guys, Johnson
- Roy Halladay, In Relief of Roy Halladay
Given his excellence over the last decade, it's become difficult to discuss Roy Halladay without merely descending into a list of superlative adjectives.
Indeed, Roy Halladay posted the league's
- Roy Halladay
extension, Roy Halladay. Halladay is also a slight upgrade over Lee.
Over the past three years Halladay has been the second most valuable pitcher in the game and one of only seven twenty-win players. He
- Restructuring Roy
presented by one Roy Oswalt. The 31-year old ace of the Drayton Gang has expressed interest in restructuring his contract. Roy wants to win and feels that his salary may hinder GM Ed Wade from signing
- Roy Howell Is Oral Tradition
Roy Howell is oral tradition.
If you are of a certain age, then you may believe you have seen Roy Howell play our baseball. You did not because he did not.
If your grandfather tells you
- Young Roy Halladay
Young Roy Halladay was born in that letterman's jacket. Over the years, it grew with him.
The look in Young Roy Halladay's eyes says, "I might make love to you in the back of a sensible sedan
- The Roy Oswalt Decision
In a tight playoff game that could be the tipping point in Charlie Manuel's season, the veteran skipper decided to go to starter Roy Oswalt in the bottom of the ninth to face the heart of the Giants
- Roy Halladay for NL MVP
the entire National League in WAR, Roy Halladay is getting virtually no support for MVP. When it comes to the MVP award, one thing is clear: pitchers are extremely undervalued.
The American League
- Roy "The Complete Game" Halladay
Blue Jays righty Roy Halladay has earned his reputation as being a top-tier pitcher, one of the best this decade. Predominantly utilizing a combo of fastballs, cutters, and curveballs, Halladay
- The Complexity Of Roy Oswalt As A Philly
According to a report out of Houston, the Astros and Phillies have agreed on a deal that will send Roy Oswalt to Philadelphia, pending his approval. Details of the deal haven't been released yet
- Roy Halladay's Trade Value
Yesterday, Toronto GM J.P. Ricciardi created quite the stir when he told several reporters that he was going to start listening to offers for Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay. He talked with Halladay
- Roy Oswalt's Demand
Roy Oswalt is having a nice season. He’s started nine games while averaging about seven innings per outing. For his efforts, he has a 3.28 xFIP and an even flashier ERA to show. All of which
- Is Roy Halladay Done Done?
It looks like Roy Halladay is done -- at least for a while, as he is expected to hit the disabled list with a shoulder problem -- but the real question is if he is Done. He's about to turn 36
- Roy Oswalt and the Rangers
, these pieces won't take the place of the more in-depth articles you've come to expect from the site.
A few weeks ago, I talked about how Roy Oswalt could end up as the steal of the off-season
- Roy Oswalt's Back Scare
After only throwing 37 pitches through two innings, Roy Oswalt left his start last night due to back soreness. This is definitely disappointing news for the Phillies' starter, considering he's
- Roy Oswalt, Potential Steal
A few minutes ago, Buster Olney tweeted out a note that the asking prices on free agent pitchers is on the way down, specifically naming Edwin Jackson, Hiroki Kuroda, and Roy Oswalt. In the message
- Roy Halladay and Risk
In 2004 and 2005, Roy Halladay missed significant time with first a shoulder injury and then a leg injury. Since then he’s started 31 or more games three consecutive years but some fantasy players
- Roy Halladay Not Back, But Back
, by the name of Roy Halladay. Halladay was making his first start since going under the knife, and given who he is and who he's been, the game captured the interest not just of Phillies fans
- Keeper Question: Roy Oswalt
their end of the bargain. The title was only rendered false by Roy Oswalt turning in a career worst season as the fourth expected ace. While his comparatively poor year didn’t do much to inhibit
- Explaining Miley For NL ROY
- Be Careful Overvaluing ROY Winners
- Should I Trade Roy Oswalt?
I trade Roy Oswalt? He's got a 5.33 ERA and is giving up a ton of home runs."
Though I initially scoffed at the idea of getting rid of arguably the most consistently good pitcher of the decade
- Roy Halladay Doesn't Answer the Question
There are, I imagine, several questions one could ask about Roy Halladay. Does he eat breakfast? does he eat granola for breakfast? Which is his favorite breakfast granola? But, regarding Halladay
- Roy Oswalt and the Must Trade Clause
According to Jerry Crasnick, Roy Oswalt may announce today that he's going to sit out the first half of the season, then make himself available to contenders for the second half of the season, also
- Roy Halladay Throwing Tons of Cutters
Yesterday Roy Halladay continued the excellent start to his 2011 season, striking out 14 batters -- tied for a career best -- and allowing a single run over 8.2 innings. Five starts into the season
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Roy Halladay
is likely to receive, FanGraphs is also requesting that readers make note of how much they'd pay each free agent were they, themselves, actual GMs.
In this edition: Roy Halladay.
- The Roy Oswalt Deal: Philadelphia's Perspective
Reports are that the deal is done, and the Phillies have acquired Roy Oswalt. Regardless of why it was necessary, this looks like a pretty big win for Philadelphia.
In exchange for J.A. Happ
- Roy Halladay Out 6-8 Weeks
Roy Halladay began the year battling diminished velocity and has struggled to pitch at a Halladay-esque level on a consistent basis. On Sunday, he left his start after just two innings, and after
- Does Marcel Undervalue Roy Oswalt?
It was a tale of two halves for Roy Oswalt in 2008. Before the All-Star break, Oswalt suffered from injuries (strained abductor muscle, hip injury) and a bad case of gopheritis. But in the second
- Roy Halladay Returns, Looks Mediocre
With the Phillies in need of a starter in wake of Saturday’s 18 inning affair against the Diamondbacks, the team turned to Roy Halladay. The former Cy Young Award winner was supposed to start
- What To Do About Roy Oswalt
We're deep in the heart of Roy Oswalt Watch 2012, which is not quite a hullabaloo but is slowly ratcheting up the volume and frequency. Now the rumor is that he'll go to the Rangers. Should he picked
- Q&A: Roy Oswalt, Evolution of a Career
Much like the old gray mare, Roy Oswalt isn’t what he used to be. That doesn’t mean the 35-year-old right-hander is ready to be put out to pasture. He can still be an effective pitcher, he simply can
- Your 2012 AL ROY Candidates
and a .939 OPS across two levels later, Lavarnway has to be at least mentioned in the discussion for ROY nominees. In a sense, Lavarnway is in a similar situation as Montero, replacing a legend
- Roy Oswalt Ages, Adapts, Achieves
Roy Oswalt heads into the off-season with about as much uncertainty as he's ever had as a major league pitcher. After suffering through some back injury and flirtations with retirement, Oswalt, 34
- The Roy Oswalt Trade: Houston's Perspective
Before we can fully understand Houston's motive in dealing Roy Oswalt, we have to answer a number of questions. Just a couple off the top of my head:
1) Was moving Oswalt necessary from a payroll
- In Memoriam: Soler's 2015 ROY Hopes
tabbed Soler as my NL ROY favorite. So, too, did Eno. We are all fallible.
And now, here we sit, staring at an epitaph that reads
.265/.322/.402 with a 32.2% strikeout rate
- Your 2012 NL ROY Candidates
- Extry, Extry: Roy Halladay Spokesman for MLB 2K11
This photo confirms our suspicions: Roy Halladay is actually three different people.
2K Sports, makers of sporting video games, have announced via their Facebook page (and maybe some other places
- Received: Campy: The Two Lives of Roy Campanella
advance proof, Neil Lanctot's forthcoming Campy: The Two Lives of Roy Campanella.
The book goes on sale March 8th, and we'll provide a review of some sort before that date.
In the meantime, some
- Daily Notes: Roy Oswalt to Make Rangers Debut
3. Today's Complete Schedule
Featured Game: Colorado at Texas, 20:05 ET
Regarding This Game, What the Big Deal Is
The big deal regarding this game is that 34-year-old right-hander Roy Oswalt
- Daily Notes: A Version of Roy Halladay to Return Today
Table of Contents
Here's the table of contents for today's edition of the Daily Notes.
1. A Version of Roy Halladay to Return Today
2. Today’s MLB.TV Free Game
3. Today's Complete Schedule
- Roy Halladay: The Modern Day Sandy Koufax
all-time greats, but his peak was so good that it was impossible to come to any other conclusion than that he belonged in Cooperstown.
It's time we say the same thing about Roy Halladay
- Clayton Kershaw's Cy Young, Roy Halladay, and 23
of age. The fact that he has accomplished so much by age 23 is phenomenal.
At age 23, Roy Halladay was setting the MLB record for the highest ERA in a season, posting a 10.64 ERA in 67.2 innings
- 2011 Could Be Roy Halladay's Best Season Yet
What a terrifying thought for the National League. Roy Halladay, a 34-year-old pitcher with a history of utter dominance, is beginning 2011 with the best numbers of his career, and by a wide margin
- Roy Halladay & Cliff Lee: Efficiency Experts
shows/live tv specials and hatred, but with state income taxes (albeit a low one). Now teamed up with Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt, Cole Hamels and (for the time being) Joe Blanton, everyone outside
- How the Scouts Saw Roy Halladay and Todd Helton
Two of the great players of the aughts are on their last legs. Two days ago, apropos of Roy Halladay's shoulder surgery, Eno Sarris asked, "Is Roy Halladay Done Done?" and a month ago, Paul Swydan
- Roy Halladay, Deserving Hall of Famer, to Retire.
Roy Halladay is calling it a career, having been prematurely pushed out of the game by a shoulder that simply would no longer cooperate. According to Jon Heyman, the Blue Jays will officially sign
- Roy Halladay Shocker: "I'm Not Really a Doctor"
Halladay never even took organic chemistry.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Just a day after announcing his retirement from baseball, former Philadelphia and Toronto right-hander Roy Halladay returned
- The Roy Oswalt Trade: Houston's New Prospects
if this is repetitive, but by trading Roy Oswalt to the Phillies today, the Astros acquired a Dominican shortstop with some raw, exciting tools (Jonathan Villar), and a former first-round slugger whose been
- 2012 Roy Oswalt Projections: The Wizard of DL?
It sounds as if Roy Oswalt should sign sometime this very Thursday. Since you are reading this in the future -- which, to you, will feel like the present, but trust me: it's the future -- you may
- Early NL RoY Favorite: Brandon Belt
in the Giants organization. It was an easy decision and he also came in at No. 16 on FanGraphs' Top 100 Prospects list published in late March. He's definitely my early favorite for RoY in the NL, over the likes
- Marcus Stroman Discovered Roy Halladay's Sinker
. The resulting pool of comparable sinkers:
Roy Halladay's sinker
And that's it. That's the whole group. Granted, in 2013, Halladay was bad. In 2012, he was close to average. But from 2008 - 2011, Halladay
- Early AL RoY Favorite: Zach Britton
- FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron, ROY Instanalysis!
- Roy Halladay, Chris Carpenter, and B.J. Ryan Go To The Amazon...
... for a fishing trip.
Roy Halladay and Chris Carpenter help a local fisherman who was bitten on the ass by an anaconda. They are celebrated as heroes. (In case you were wondering: anacondas
- Daily Notes: Largely Concerning Roy Oswalt's Rockies Debut
Featured Game: Colorado at Washington, 19:05 ET
The Purpose of This Post
The purpose of this post is to alert the reader to how veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt is making his debut tonight
- Keeper League 'Would You Rather?' -- Roy Halladay or Stephen Strasburg
and very few cons. So if it were up to you...
Would you rather keep Roy Halladay or Stephen Strasburg?
To a certain extent, it's somewhat pointless, or should I say redundant, to start listing
- Q&A: Jedd Gyorko, Padres 2B [and 2013 NL RoY?]