Roy Halladay posted a 203-105 record, a 3.38 ERA, and 2,117 strikeouts in 16 seasons.
Lake Buena Vista, FL (SportsNetwork.com) -
Right-hander Roy Halladay will reportedly call it a career on Monday.
CBSSports.com reported the two-time Cy Young Award winner will sign a one-day contract with Toronto and retire as a Blue Jay.
Halladay made just 13 starts for the Philadelphia Phillies last season, as he underwent surgery in May to repair a partially torn rotator cuff and remove a bone spur. Halladay also struggled with a reduction in velocity and pitched to a 6.82 ERA on the year.
Seattle finally gets its man
By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
So maybe Jay Z knew what he was doing all along?
After what must have been a wild 24 hours in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Mariners finally landed a big time free agent and Robinson Cano got his 10-year deal after all, as the All-Star second baseman bolted New York for $240 million.
On Thursday it appeared as if Cano was signed, sealed and delivered to the Mariners to the tune of 9-years and somewhere around $225 million. But, reports started to circulate early on Friday that those talks broke off after Jay Z demanded a 10th year and another $25 million or so.