Roy Halladay

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Birthdate5/14/1977
Death Date11/7/2017
Debut Year1998
Year of Induction2019
Teams Blue Jays, Phillies
Position Pitcher

Roy Halladay is a two-time Cy Young Award winner with a perfect game and a post-season no-hitter to his credit. He also won 203 games.

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Roy Halladay fills out high school showcase sheet

Roy Halladay fills out high school showcase sheet

For the upper echelon of high school players national showcases are an important part of the recruiting and scouting process. Shown here is a showcase application for 16-year old Roy Halladay for a 1994 camp. Even then Halladay was 6’5″ and 195 pound, quite imposing for a high school hurler. The next image shows the signature page.
Roy Halladay signature as a 16-year old

Roy Halladay signature as a 16-year old

Born on May 14, 1977 Roy Halladay went on to have a pitching career worthy of baseball’s biggest honor – induction into the Hall of Fame. On December 13, 1993 the 16-year old Halladay signed this showcase application in what has to be one of the earliest known Halladay signatures in the hobby. Halladay pitched a dozen years for
Roy Halladay made 8 All Star games; here he signs for his final ASG ring in 2011

Roy Halladay made 8 All Star games; here he signs for his final ASG ring in 2011

Roy Halladay earned a Cy Young Award in both leagues and represented both the American and National Leagues in All Star competition. After a dozen years in Toronto – six of them as an All Star – Halladay moved to the NL with the Phillies. His first two seasons in the Senior Circuit resul

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