Halladay rightly goes out a Blue Jay

Roy Halladay had success with the Phillies, but he honored his Toronto roots

Originally Published: December 9, 2013
By Doug Glanville | ESPN.com

Roy Halladay retired on Monday, as a Blue Jay. He signed a one-day contract with Toronto so he could go out as a Blue Jay at his retirement news conference at the winter meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. In some circles, heads are likely being scratched, as many of Halladay's greatest successes came during the years he played in Philadelphia. In those four Philly seasons (2010-2013), he made his only playoff appearances, twice pitching Philadelphia into the postseason. With the Phillies, he threw ...

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