The only big difference between these two starting pitchers is their throwing arm.
They each throw four plus pitches, all for strikes and on both sides of the plate; two-seam fastball, cutter, curveball, sinker and changeup.
Philosophically, they both approach pitching the same way.
They don't get flustered, and they want the ball.
So, I had to pick someone, and I'd rather take Halladay.
Here's ten reasons why.....