When baseball fans talk about Roy Halladay, it seems to be done in the past tense these days. "He was one of the most dominant pitchers of his era," or "his sinker was nasty." It is hard to fault them after the season Halladay had, finishing 2012 season with a 4.49 ERA, in part due to a right shoulder injury that sapped 2 mph off his fastball. Even manager Charlie Manuel seems to have lost faith, describing Halladay as merely "serviceable."
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