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RHP Roy Halladay, a two-time Cy Young Award winner who was coming off shoulder surgery, signed a one-day contract with the Blue Jays and announced his retirement Dec. 9. Halladay, 36, went 4-5 with a 6.82 ERA in 13 starts for the Phillies this year. He finishes his career with 203-105 record and a 3.38 ERA.

Baseball: Former Cy Young winner Halladay retires

Roy Halladay, who had a reputation as a dominant hard-working starting pitcher, retired Monday after signing a one-day contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. The 36-year-old American right hander signed the deal and then immediately retired from the Blue Jays whom he spent 12 seasons playing for. Halladay pitched the last four years of his brilliant career with the Philadelphia Phillies. He earned 203 career wins but the last few seasons he has been beset by injuries which limited his time on the mound.

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LHP Antonio Bastardo will not rejoin the Phillies this season. Bastardo's 50-game suspension for being part of the Biogenesis scandal will end Sunday, when the Phillies will activate him from afar.

Philadelphia Phillies - PlayerWatch

LHP Antonio Bastardo will not rejoin the Phillies this season. Bastardo's 50-game suspension for being part of the Biogenesis scandal will end Sunday, when the Phillies will activate him from afar.

Marlins 4, Phillies 0

(Updated: ADDS Halladay in NOTEBOOK) Marlins 4, Phillies 0: Nathan Eovaldi gave up only three hits over 7 2/3 scoreless innings and host Miami pulled away late to claim the opener of a three-game series. Eovaldi (4-6) struck out five and walked two while throwing 109 pitches to beat the Phillies for the first time in five career decisions. Ed Lucas and Christian Yelich each had two hits and an RBI for the Marlins, who put the game away with three runs in the eighth and recorded their 12th shutout.

Philadelphia Phillies - PlayerWatch

RHP Roy Halladay (4-4, 6.71) has simply not been able to throw strikes consistently since returning from shoulder surgery. Formerly the master of pinpoint control, Halladay has walked 17 men while striking out only 16 in 27 1/3 innings in five games since Aug. 25. The right-hander has been doing enough to get by and even earned the win in his last start, when he held the Marlins to one run and four hits over six innings.

Preview: Phillies at Marlins

Roy Halladay has suffered through a miserable 2013 season, marred by injuries and inconsistency. The Philadelphia Phillies’ right-hander, who is a free agent at season’s end, brings a .500 record into Monday’s opener of a three-game series at Miami. The Phillies signed interim manager Ryne Sandberg to a three-year contact before Sunday’s game, giving the team clear direction on who will run the club in 2014.

Philadelphia Phillies - PlayerWatch

RHP Roy Halladay (4-4, 6.71) has simply not been able to throw strikes consistently since returning from shoulder surgery. Formerly the master of pinpoint control, Halladay has walked 17 men while striking out only 16 in 27 1/3 innings in five games since Aug. 25. The right-hander has been doing enough to get by and even earned the win in his last start, when he held the Marlins to one run and four hits over six innings.

Philadelphia Phillies - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Philadelphia Phillies - INSIDE PITCH For back-to-back nights, the Phillies looked like the team they hoped to be when camp opened seven months ago. On Monday, Cliff Lee dominated with his arm and his bat, leading the Phillies to a one-sided win over the Marlins. On Tuesday, Roy Halladay gutted out six innings, allowing just one run, as the Phillies won for eighth time in their last 11 games.

Philadelphia Phillies - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Philadelphia Phillies - INSIDE PITCH Roy Halladay's start on Thursday night at Citizens Bank Park wasn't unlike the three starts he made prior to it. In each of his four starts since returning from mid-May shoulder surgery, Halladay has showed signs of a pitcher who can't command the strike zone and can't throw the ball by an opposing hitter -- two trouble spots that led to an 8.65 ERA after a month of baseball in 2013 and an eventual date with a shoulder surgeon.
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