On Monday morning, I’ll be at my annual optometrist appointment, trying not to blink at the little puff of air during the first stage of the glaucoma test, trying not to squint against the lights bright and brighter, trying to decide which of the two lens options really is better in the series of minute…
Roy Halladay meant so much to millions of fans in Philadelphia and Toronto.
Halladay, at his peak, was one of the best pitchers in history. His case for the Hall of Fame is a bit more nuanced.
Ben and Sam discuss Roy Halladay, Mark Prior, rumors from the Winter Meetings, and more.
Thursday produced more than its fair share of memorably awful outings.
Mike runs down the worst player pitfalls owners may have encountered in the past spring’s drafts and auctions.
The Phillies’ former ace is on the shelf, Freddy Garcia and Ricky Romero are back in the bigs, and Brian McCann returns from the DL.
Ben and Sam discuss their expectations for Tim Lincecum and Roy Halladay after their disappointing 2012 seasons and struggles this spring.
Joe Ferguson, Roy Halladay, and baseball highlights.
Have we seen the last of the ultra-durable Roy Halladay who led his league in complete games in each of the last five seasons?
The Phillies have joined the losers at the zero-percent-playoff-odds table.
A Holaday, a Halladay, and a Holliday walk into an RSS feed.
A primer on how pitchers produce movement and vary velocity by gripping and releasing their pitches.