Tag Archives: Roy Halladay

MLB All-Star Game: What My Ballot Looks Like

Based on early voting it seems like it could the Yankees vs. the NL All-Stars. Yankees fans vote and vote often it seems like. The bottom line though is that the All-Star voting is more of a popularity contest than … Continue reading

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Roy Halladay and Don Larsen: 2 Totally Different Pitchers Forever Linked

Roy Halladay and Don Larsen are two pitchers who couldn’t be more different, but after Halladay tossed his no-hitter against last night the two will forever be linked. Last night was Halladay’s first ever playoff appearance. The fact that it … Continue reading

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Blue Jays Want Montero in Halladay Deal

What I’ve feared most has finally become reality. According to Joel Sherman, the Yankees remain in the hunt for Roy Halladay “because the Blue Jays covet prospect Jesus Montero.” If you’ve been following, I’ve been saying all along that I’d … Continue reading

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Dealing For Halladay Could Mean Bidding War for Mauer

Probably for the past year or two fans have been looking toward the 2010/11 offseason when Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer would become a free agent. Some salavated over the possibility of adding Mauer, some cringed at the possible price … Continue reading

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