LAKEWOOD, N.J. -- In his first comments since Charlie Manuel was fired last week, Roy Halladay sounded like a man who believed it was time for the Phillies to change managers.
LAKEWOOD, N.J. -- Roy Halladay knows that the velocity -- or lack thereof -- on his pitches is an issue.
Roy Halladay pitched in a competitive situation for the first time since May 5 when he worked six innings for the Phillies’ Gulf Coast League team in Clearwater, Fla., on Thursday.
Roy Halladay has enjoyed smooth sailing since having shoulder surgery in May. He has reached the 75-pitch mark in bullpen sessions and seen the bite come back to his curveball.