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Roy Halladay

Status:
Not Active
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Height:
6' 6"
Weight:
230 lbs
Age:
36
Born:
May 14, 1977
Denver, Colorado, United States
Drafted:
1995 - round 1, 17th overall by Tor
W L ERA WHIP SO
2013 Regular Season
4 5 6.82 1.47 51

Halladay has retired after 16 seasons in the major leagues with Toronto and Philadelphia. He was 203-105 with an ERA of 3.38 in 416 career games, including 390 starts. He had 67 complete games and 20 shutouts.

The 36-year-old right-hander signed a one-day contract Monday to retire as a member of the Blue Jays, where he spent the first 12 years of his career. He made the announcement at a news conference at the winter meetings in Orlando. Halladay played for the Phillies from 2010-13, finishing with two injury-plagued seasons. He won an NL Cy Young Award in 2010, throwing a perfect game that season and a no-hitter in his first postseason game.

Halladay left Monday night's game against the Miami Marlins in the first inning with an undisclosed injury, and is not expected to pitch again this season.

Halladay walked two of the first three batters he faced before leaving after a long discussion with manager Ryne Sandberg. He was replaced by Luis Garcia.

Philadelphia pitcher Tyler Cloyd will take the mound Tuesday night in place of an ill Roy Halladay as the Phillies open a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.

Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg says Halladay is experiencing flu-like symptoms. Halladay will start on Thursday.

Halladay pitched six strong innings in his return from the disabled list and John Mayberry Jr. homered to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 9-5 victory over Arizona on Sunday.

Halladay (3-4), who had been working his way back from midseason shoulder surgery, made his first start since May 5. He allowed two runs and four hits in six innings.

Halladay will continue his rehab assignment Tuesday with the Class A Lakewood BlueClaws.

The 36-year-old hasn't pitched since May as he recovers from shoulder surgery. In his first rehab start with the Gulf Coast League Phillies, Halladay allowed three runs and six hits while striking out four and walking three in six innings. He also pitched in a simulated game prior to his rehab start.

Halladay yielded a season-high eight runs and nine hits over 3 2-3 innings in Philadelphia's 14-2 loss to Cleveland Tuesday.

After two rough outings to begin the season, Halladay had seemingly figured things out, going 2-0 with a 1.71 ERA over three starts prior to Tuesday. But this shelling at the hands of the Indians was certainly a step backward.

Halladay tossed a two-hitter over seven innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-2 Friday night in a rain-shortened game to snap a four-game losing streak.

Halladay tossed a two-hitter over seven innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-2 Friday night in a rain-shortened game to snap a four-game losing streak.

Halladay bounced back, allowing one run over eight innings to beat Miami 2-1 on Sunday.

Halladay had just two strikeouts and allowed five hits. He's 1-2 with a 7.63 ERA.

Halladay was battered around in his first start, allowing five runs over 3 1/3 innings in a 9-2 loss to Atlanta on Wednesday.

Halladay allowed six hits and struck out nine, but fell to 0-1.

Halladay allowed two runs over 4 1-3 innings in his first big league spring training appearance in 11 days, prepping for the regular season in the Philadelphia Phillies' 7-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday.

The two-time Cy Young Award winner had not pitched in a major league game since March 17, when he came out of a start against Baltimore after one inning due to a stomach virus. He pitched in a minor league exhibition last Saturday.

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