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By Phil Rogers | December 20, 2009
How badly is Cliff Lee's head spinning? Lee leads the Phillies to the World Series, delivering one of the best postseason runs by a starter since a third round was added, and only a little more than a month later he is traded for the second time this year. The first trade was in July, only about eight months after he had won the American League Cy Young Award. Now that he has gone from the Indians to the Phillies to the Mariners in four of the craziest months imaginable, he must be ready to settle down, right?
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2011
Mark Connor, a baseball lifer to his core, had managed to avoid the itch for two years. As a special assistant in the player development department of the Texas Rangers, he was doing what he loved most: working with young pitchers, tutoring coaches and being around the game. A return to a big league dugout wasn't overly enticing -- until he found himself at Ameriquest Field in Arlington, Texas, late last October for Game 4 of the World Series. "During the course of two years, that was the only time that I really thought about it and wished I was there," said Connor, who went to the game with his 25-year-old son, Ryan, who had never been to a World Series.
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September 24, 2002
Opponent: Toronto Blue Jays Site: SkyDome, Toronto Time: 7:05 TV/Radio: CSN/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Orioles' Sean Douglass (0-4, 5.44) vs. Blue Jays' Roy Halladay (17-7, 3.09)
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By Phil Rogers | October 10, 2010
One potential trading partner for the Cubs if they decide to shop Carlos Zambrano are the Red Sox, possibly for Daisuke Matsuzaka, who is owed only $10 million for each of the next two seasons. … There's a lot of debate in Boston about whether catcher Jason Varitek (above) should return. Manager Terry Francona said you have to take emotion out of the equation, which sounds like the end of an era. … Shaun Marcum and other Blue Jays pitchers claimed the atmosphere was "more relaxed" in the Jays' clubhouse without Roy Halladay this year.
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By BILL ORDINE | July 24, 2008
Baseball Blue Jays@Orioles Noon [MASN] After the completion of last night's suspended game, the Orioles will face Roy Halladay (11-7), who was roughed up a little in his previous start but has two shutouts in his past four outings.
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September 28, 1998
Hitting Albert Belle, White Sox: 3-for-4, HR, 3 RBIs. Robin Ventura, White Sox: 3-for-4, HR, 3 RBIs.Shane Spencer, Yankees: Grand slam.Randy Velarde, Angels: 3-for-4, double, 2 RBIs.Roberto Kelly, Rangers: 2-for-3, HR, 4 RBIs.PitchingRoy Halladay, Blue Jays: 9 innings, 1 hit, 1 run, 8 strikeouts.L Jarrod Washburn, Angels: 6 2/3 innings, 3 hits, 2 runs, 1 walk.Pub Date: 9/28/98
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April 30, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Lyle Overbay, Brewers 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 3 4 2 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY Roy Halladay, Blue Jays IP H R BB SO 9 3 0 1 9 WHO'S UP The Twins have come from behind to win in 11 of their 14 victories this season. WHO'S DOWN The Phillies, at 10-13, are assured of a losing April for the fourth straight season.
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July 31, 2009
Trade Deadline Special 5 p.m. [MLB Network] Watch breathless commentary about the trade of Roy Halladay (left) to the White Sox/Dodgers/Angels/Red Sox/Cardinals, etc. Whoever the Blue Jays get back in the many-for-one deal, it won't top the Orioles' haul of Adam Jones, Chris Tillman, George Sherrill, et al., for a different kind of Canadian export.
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May 11, 1999
Hot corner Quote: "I've been coming to the park tired, which may have helped me out. I'm not thinking about things." -- Royals' Johnny Damon, who had four hits last night, extending his hitting streak to 14 games. His wife gave birth to twins 2 1/2 weeks ago. It's a fact: The Tigers are 12-0 when leading after six innings, 13-0 after seven and 15-0 after eight. Who's hot: In his past 28 at-bats, Tampa Bay's Fred McGriff is 12-for-23 with five homers. Who's not: Blue Jays right-hander Roy Halladay has allowed 20 runs and 24 hits in his past 10 1/3 innings.
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By Kevin Baxter and Tribune | October 6, 2010
No active big-league starter has gone longer without pitching in the playoffs than the Phillies' Roy Halladay. So in Wednesday's opener of the National League Division Series he more than made up for the wait, no-hitting the Cincinnati Reds in a 4-0 win. Halladay was masterful, retiring the first 14 Reds before walking Jay Bruce on a full-count pitch with two out in the fifth. But that was all Cincinnati would get as Halladay came within a pitch of his second perfect game of the season and the second perfect game in postseason history.
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By Phil Rogers | December 20, 2009
How badly is Cliff Lee's head spinning? Lee leads the Phillies to the World Series, delivering one of the best postseason runs by a starter since a third round was added, and only a little more than a month later he is traded for the second time this year. The first trade was in July, only about eight months after he had won the American League Cy Young Award. Now that he has gone from the Indians to the Phillies to the Mariners in four of the craziest months imaginable, he must be ready to settle down, right?
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December 17, 2009
They'll lack 1-2 punch Stephanie Sigafoos Allentown Morning Call Acquiring Roy Halladay was certainly a bold move. There's no doubt he can help the Phillies, but what will hurt the team in the long run is the absence of a true one-two pitching punch. I still don't like giving up Cliff Lee when the Phillies could've had him at least one more year. Cole Hamels, J.A. Happ and Joe Blanton are a formidable force but won't exactly strike fear in the hearts of major league batters.
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December 16, 2009
The blockbuster trade sending Roy Halladay to the Phillies and Cliff Lee to the Mariners could be completed Wednesday, and it has become a four-team swap that involves Toronto shipping a prospect to Oakland. The Blue Jays would send Halladay and $6 million to the Phillies for three minor-leaguers: catcher Travis d'Arnaud , right-hander Kyle Drabek and outfielder Michael Taylor . The Phillies would deal Lee to the Mariners for a trio of prospects: right-hander Phillippe Aumont , outfielder Tyson Gillies and right-hander Juan Ramirez . Toronto would then trade Taylor to the Athletics for third baseman Brett Wallace . Halladay would receive a $60 million, three-year contract extension through 2013 with the Phillies, including a 2014 option.
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December 3, 2009
A little Halladay shopping Amanda Housenick The Morning Call How many times can you say Roy Halladay? The Toronto Blue Jays pitcher is the biggest name out there. His right arm has a healthy track record. He is a good clubhouse guy. Oh, and he's got great stuff. Cy Young-type arsenal. He gets out lefties, righties, sluggers and slap hitters. Halladay, who would become a free agent after the 2010 season, won't be agreeable to any trade discussion once he reports to spring training in February.
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July 31, 2009
Trade Deadline Special 5 p.m. [MLB Network] Watch breathless commentary about the trade of Roy Halladay (left) to the White Sox/Dodgers/Angels/Red Sox/Cardinals, etc. Whoever the Blue Jays get back in the many-for-one deal, it won't top the Orioles' haul of Adam Jones, Chris Tillman, George Sherrill, et al., for a different kind of Canadian export.
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By Dan Connolly | July 10, 2009
With a loss Thursday to the Tampa Bay Rays, the Blue Jays (43-44) have dropped under .500 for the first time this season and have clinched fourth place in the AL East for the first half. They have struggled recently, dropping six of their first eight July games and 11 of their past 14. The Jays recently cut former Orioles closer B.J. Ryan and are fielding offers for ace Roy Halladay (10-3, 2.85). The Orioles catch a break in the series, since they won't face Oriole-killer Halladay. But they will be getting left-hander Ricky Romero, who is a leading candidate for American League Rookie of the Year.
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By Dan Connolly | May 27, 2009
Worst crowd ever Tuesday's announced crowd of 10,130 was the lowest in Camden Yards' 18-season history. With the game-time temperature at 54 degrees and a persistent, heavy rain throughout the night, the actual number of brave fans watching the game seemed to be much lower. The previous worst announced was 10,507, set on April 2, 2008, against the Tampa Bay Rays. Could have had a run Trailing 2-1 in the fourth, Melvin Mora led off the inning with a double but was stranded at third when he likely could have tied the game.
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