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Tag Archives: Roy Halladay
When Yankees general manager Brian Cashman didn't trade for then Twins superstar pitcher Johan Santana he often cited his distaste for giving up prospects and huge amounts of cash in the same deal. Until recently it seemed that his thinking would be the same this time around with current Blue Jay superstar pitcher Roy Halladay. Now, ...
It seems that if the Yankees are going to add to their rotation this winter the guy they would want in pinstripes the most is Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay, but they won’t be alone in their pursuit. According to multiple sources, both the Red Sox and the Angels are going to make strong attempts ...
The Yankees have been in contact with the Blue Jays to talk about ace starter Roy Halladay, according to Jon Heyman. As you know, I believe the Yankees should definitely go after Halladay. He is available to AL East teams this time around, his proven ability exceeds the cost of prospects and pairing him up with ...
I know it’s stupid to play the “what if?” game, but I feel the need to stress the affect Roy Halladay would have on the 2010 Yankees. 1. Halladay will most likely be moved this off-season, and almost certainly before the All-Star break because he no longer believes in the Blue Jays chances of winning. Last ...
Over the past few days, and for the rest of the offseason, you are going to hear a lot of names linked with the Yankees. I’d like to warn you now to be careful what you believe. If a writer says something like, “Dejesus would be a good fit with the Yankees,” that doesn’t necessarily mean ...
Extreme embarrassment for the Yankees in the baseball world was inches away from happening. Roy Halladay would have had a no-hitter last night if it weren’t for Ramiro Pena’s one-our double in the sixth inning. Yes, it’s Halladay, and he’s that good. And yes, the Yanks were playing sans Derek Jeter and Nick ...
Roy Halladay was absolutely dominant from the first pitch, throwing a one-hitter in a 6-0 shutout of the Yankees (86-49). The Blue Jays’ (60-74) ace only faced 31 batters in the gem. Quick ‘Cap: Halladay was working on a perfect game with two out in the fifth inning, but Jorge Posada worked a walk on a ...