Roy Halladay announced his retirement from baseball on Monday, and his former teammates had nothing but good things to say about him.
Roy Halladay called it quits.
Still watching every game, Charlie Manuel talks about the current state of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Though Roy Halladay shown some signals of an evolution since his return from elbow surgery, of a “new” pitcher who has learned to get hitters out with less than stellar stuff, his starts have been uneven at best.
Chris details the latest efforts by Republicans to defund Obamacare, Comedian Louis C.K’s case against smart phones, and what could be the end of Roy Halladay’s time with the Phillies. He also talks to Comedian Jimmy Shubert.
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay left Monday night’s game against the Miami Marlins in the first inning with an undisclosed injury.
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.
The long summer of discontent is over, and football is here. I feel like we celebrate the return of football like 75 times a year, but this is really it. It’s not mini-camp or the start of training camp or the preseason or the draft, it’s actually football.
The Phillies will look to win their series against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night as they play the rubber game of the three-game set.
Despite his struggles the last two seasons, Phillies fans vote they want Roy Halladay back.
Chris discusses the visit to North Philly by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, underemployment in the city, and wild turkey’s on the loose in Delran. He also talks to Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity and Elizabeth Stelle from the Commonwealth Foundation.
Roy Halladay made his second rehab start on Tuesday night, but it wasn’t his play that was the big story. Halladay offered his opinion on the Phillies managerial change, and his reaction may surprise you.
Halladay gave up three runs and six hits in his outing for the Gulf Coast League Phillies against Pittsburgh minor leaguers. The 36-year-old right-hander struck out four and walked three.
When Roy Halladay announced he’d be having surgery on his right shoulder, he said his doctor’s hope was that the procedure could help Halladay “turn back the clock.” So far, so good.
The Phillies, along with Citizen’s Bank and the Halladay Family Foundation announced the 2013 Phans Feeding Families program on Wednesday.