No Flashback for Halladay

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No Flashback for Halladay

It feels insane to worry about Roy Halladay. It probably is. For almost his entire career, Doc has been positively machine-like, both in terms of his durability and the caliber of his production. From 2001 to 2011, Halladay logged 2300 innings, an average of 209 per season, and sustained a 148 ERA+ — that is to say, over that entire 10 year period, he remained 48% more productive than the average pitcher when adjusting for park and league. He’s had 7 seasons with at least 200 innings pitched and an ERA+ of 140 or greater; only Christy Mathewson, Lefty Grove, Greg Maddux, Walter Johnson, and Roger Clemens have had more...

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