Philly’s Roy Halladay thumped by Tigers throwing ’84-85”² mph
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 13, 2013
Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay probably would like to ignore what happened Tuesday afternoon against the Tigers. Halladay, who is attempting to rebound from an injury-plagued 2012 season, allowed seven runs in just 2 2/3 innings against the Detroit Tigers. Other popular content on Yahoo! Sports: • Your worst fantasy baseball trades confessed • ESPN analyst compares 2013 New York Yankees to 'Brokeback Mountain' • Bears' Brian Urlacher faces uncertain future • Watch: Michigan's big chance in Big Ten tourney Roy Halladay insisted Tuesday that he is fine. But is he really? It is the feeling you experience during a perfect game, during a playoff no-hitter, during the final eight innings of a decisive Game 5, but also during those 20 minutes on a mid-August Tuesday when a solitary figure in sneakers and gym shorts glides up and down the steps of an otherwise empty stadium, sweat glistening on a face that glares straight ahead as it did at the batters who faced him the night before.
Phillies' Roy Halladay says he's OK, but you have to wonder
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Want to know how it feels to stand in front of a future Hall of Famer and question every word that he is saying? It sucks. It sucks because you know how much he demands of himself, because you know how hard he takes failure, because y…