Tough choice between Lefty (Carlton) and Doc (Roy) Halladay. I have to go with Lefty.
Myself, because that would be a great thing to do. My other choice, Sandy Koufax, would be too old if the series was played today.
Bob Gibson -- a great competitor as a pitcher, hitter and fielder.
Steve Carlton (past) and Clayton Kershaw (present)
Steve Carlton from the left side; Robin Roberts from the right side
Bob Gibson, a very slight edge over Lefty.
Bob Gibson, because I'd know he'd pitch inside.
Steve Carlton -- impervious to pressure.
Out of the pitchers I played with: Schilling. Pitchers played against: Pedro Martinez. Overall pitchers: Nolan Ryan.
Curt Schilling, a force on the hill for two World Series champions.
Sandy Koufax. I was the last out in one of his no-hitters.
Larry Shenk is the vice president of alumni relations for the Phillies. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.