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Roy Halladay MLB Career Stats

416 203-105 3.38 2749.1 2117 1.18

Roy Halladay Bio

  • Full Name: Harry Leroy Halladay
  • Nickname: Doc
  • Born: 5/14/1977 in Denver, CO
  • Draft: 1995, Toronto Blue Jays, 1st rd. (17th overall)
  • Debut: 9/20/1998
  • Last Game: 9/23/2013
  • Died: 11/7/2017 in Baileys Bluff Estates, FL
  • Relationship(s): father of Braden Halladay
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MLB Career Stats 203 105 3.38 416 390 1 2749.1 2117 1.18


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Roy Halladay Stats

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Roy Halladay Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Roy Halladay Statcast Events


Roy Halladay Awards

Uniform number retired

Year Team
2018 Toronto

NL Cy Young

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

AL Cy Young

Year Team League
2003 Toronto AL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL
2011 Philadelphia NL

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2002 Toronto AL
2003 Toronto AL
2005 Toronto AL
2006 Toronto AL
2008 Toronto AL
2009 Toronto AL

NL Pitcher of the Month

Month Team League
07/2010 Philadelphia NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/12/2010 Philadelphia NL
06/01/2010 Philadelphia NL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
09/07/2003 Toronto AL
05/14/2006 Toronto AL
05/17/2009 Toronto AL

MLB Clutch Performer of the Year

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

Starter of the Year - Awards

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

Postseason Moment of the Year - Awards

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

Baseball America Major League Player of the Year

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

MLB Players Choice NL Outstanding Pitcher

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

MLB Players Choice AL Outstanding Pitcher

Year Team League
2003 Toronto AL

MLBPAA Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

MLBPAA Phillies Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL
2011 Philadelphia NL

Blue Jays Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2005 Toronto AL
2006 Toronto AL
2007 Toronto AL
2008 Toronto AL
2009 Toronto AL

Phillies Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

Phillies Special Achievement Award

Year Team League
2010 Philadelphia NL

AFL Hall of Fame Member

Year Team League
2006 Grand Canyon AFL

Roy Halladay Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
2002 2.93 5th in AL
2003 3.25 5th in AL
2006 3.19 2nd in AL
2007 3.71 15th in AL
2008 2.78 2nd in AL
2009 2.79 3rd in AL
2010 2.44 3rd in NL
2011 2.35 2nd in NL


Season W Rank
2002 19 4th in AL
2003 22 1st in AL
2006 16 8th in AL
2007 16 9th in AL
2008 20 2nd in AL
2009 17 4th in AL
2010 21 1st in NL
2011 19 3rd in NL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
2002 .731 4th in AL
2003 .759 2nd in AL
2006 .762 1st in AL
2007 .696 8th in AL
2008 .645 11th in AL
2009 .630 12th in AL
2010 .677 2nd in NL
2011 .760 3rd in NL


Season SO Rank
2002 168 6th in AL
2003 204 3rd in AL
2007 139 22nd in AL
2008 206 3rd in AL
2009 208 5th in AL
2010 219 2nd in NL
2011 220 3rd in NL


Season WHIP Rank
2002 1.19 14th in AL
2003 1.07 2nd in AL
2006 1.10 2nd in AL
2007 1.24 16th in AL
2008 1.05 1st in AL
2009 1.13 2nd in AL
2010 1.04 2nd in NL
2011 1.04 4th in NL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2002 .244 10th in AL
2003 .247 11th in AL
2006 .251 8th in AL
2007 .268 23rd in AL
2008 .237 4th in AL
2009 .256 16th in AL
2010 .245 23rd in NL
2011 .239 12th in NL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2002 34 2nd in AL
2003 36 1st in AL
2006 32 16th in AL
2007 31 19th in AL
2008 33 5th in AL
2009 32 14th in AL
2010 33 6th in NL
2011 32 21st in NL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
1999 1 25th in AL
2001 1 24th in AL
2002 2 17th in AL
2003 9 1st in AL
2004 1 20th in AL
2005 5 1st in AL
2006 4 2nd in AL
2007 7 1st in AL
2008 9 1st in AL
2009 9 1st in AL
2010 9 1st in NL
2011 8 1st in NL
2013 1 17th in NL


Season SHO Rank
1999 1 6th in AL
2001 1 10th in AL
2002 1 9th in AL
2003 2 1st in AL
2004 1 4th in AL
2005 2 2nd in AL
2007 1 5th in AL
2008 2 1st in AL
2009 4 1st in AL
2010 4 1st in NL
2011 1 6th in NL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2002 239.1 1st in AL
2003 266.0 1st in AL
2006 220.0 4th in AL
2007 225.1 3rd in AL
2008 246.0 1st in AL
2009 239.0 2nd in AL
2010 250.2 1st in NL
2011 233.2 2nd in NL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2002 6.32 13th in AL
2003 6.90 9th in AL
2008 7.54 10th in AL
2009 7.83 8th in AL
2010 7.86 14th in NL
2011 8.47 11th in NL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2002 2.71 13th in AL
2003 6.38 1st in AL
2006 3.88 6th in AL
2007 2.90 13th in AL
2008 5.28 1st in AL
2009 5.94 1st in AL
2010 7.30 1st in NL
2011 6.29 1st in NL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
1999 79 20th in AL
2002 62 22nd in AL


Season H Rank
2002 223 8th in AL
2003 253 1st in AL
2006 208 17th in AL
2007 232 5th in AL
2008 220 5th in AL
2009 234 4th in AL
2010 231 1st in NL
2011 208 11th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2003 26 16th in AL
2009 22 24th in AL
2010 24 12th in NL

Roy Halladay Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
December 19, 2013 RHP Roy Halladay retired.
October 31, 2013 RHP Roy Halladay elected free agency.
August 25, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies activated RHP Roy Halladay from the 60-day disabled list.
August 20, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies sent RHP Roy Halladay on a rehab assignment to Lakewood BlueClaws.
August 15, 2013 Roy Halladay roster status changed by GCL Phillies.
August 15, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies sent RHP Roy Halladay on a rehab assignment to GCL Phillies.
May 24, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies transferred RHP Roy Halladay from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. May 2013 right shoulder surgery.
May 6, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies placed RHP Roy Halladay on the 15-day disabled list. Right shoulder discomfort.
July 17, 2012 Philadelphia Phillies activated RHP Roy Halladay from the 15-day disabled list.
July 12, 2012 sent RHP Roy Halladay on a rehab assignment to Clearwater Threshers.
May 29, 2012 Philadelphia Phillies placed RHP Roy Halladay on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 28, 2012. Right back strain.
December 16, 2009 Lakewood BlueClaws Traded C Travis d'Arnaud to Lansing Lugnuts; Toronto Blue Jays Traded RHP Roy Halladay to Philadelphia Phillies and Reading Phillies Traded RHP Kyle Drabek and Michael Taylor to New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
June 29, 2009 Roy Halladay roster status changed by Toronto Blue Jays.
June 18, 2009 Toronto Blue Jays placed RHP Roy Halladay on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 13, 2009. Mild groin strain.

Harry Leroy Halladay Bio Info

Harry Leroy Halladay III... Married, wife's name is Brandy; has two sons... 1995 graduate of Arvada West High School (CO), where he played baseball and basketball... Was a first team All-Conference and All-State selection for 3 years and named league and state MVP 2 years... Also won 2nd-team All-State accolades in basketball... Played American Legion, Babe Ruth and Little League ball... He and his wife Brandy created "Doc's Box" charitable ticket program in 2005, which provides local youth groups with a field visit during batting practice, T-shirts, suite tickets and catering several times during the season... The Halladay Family Foundation assists hunger initiatives, animal rescue and children's charities... Commits his time in support of Philabundance, the Philadelphia region's largest hunger relief organization... Signed by: Bus Campbell and Chris Bourjos. 2012 Finished with double-digit wins for the 8th consecutive season and 10th time in his career (2002-03, 2005-12)...Made his 10th consecutive Opening Day start (2003-12), 4/5 at PIT, tying Hall of Famers Walter Johnson and Steve Carlton for the 4th-longest streak in MLB history...Became the 1st Phillie since 1998 (Curt Schilling) to throw at least 8.0 shutout innings on Opening Day (8.0 IP, 2 H, 5 SO)...Did not allow a HR over his first 40.0 innings (4/5-5/2), the longest such streak of his career to begin a season (previous: 37.0 IP in 2001 with TOR)...Struck out a season-high 10 batters, 5/12 vs SD, his 15th career double-digit SO game...Tied his career highs in both hits (2) and runs (2), 5/17 at CHI...Was on the DL with a right latissimus dorsi strain, 5/29 (retroactive to 5/28)-7/16; made 1 rehab start with Clearwater (A), 7/12 (3.0 IP, 3 H, R, 0 ER, 4 SO)...Recorded his 2,000th career SO, 7/29 at ATL (David Ross)...Had two 3-game losing streaks (4/21-5/12 & 5/22-7/29), marking the first time he ever had two losing streaks of at least 3 games in the same season...Issued 1 walk or none in 14 consecutive starts, 5/2-8/25 (10 BB, 88.1 IP). 2011 Was the runner-up in NL Cy Young balloting with 133 total points (4 first-place votes, 21 second-place votes and 7 third-place votes); became the 6th Cy Young Award winner (4th in NL) to finish second the year after he won the award. ... Finished 9th in NL MVP balloting with 52 total points. ... Led the majors in SO/BB ratio (6.29); finished 1st in the NL in CG (8) & BB/9.0 IP (1.35), 2nd in ERA (2.35) and innings (233.2), T-2nd in quality starts (25), 3rd in wins (19) and winning % (.760) and T-3rd in SO (220). ... Was the starting pitcher for the 2011 NL All-Star team; his 8th career All-Star selection and 2nd in the NL. ... Set a career high with 220 SO. ... Allowed 1 ER or less in 14 of his 32 starts (44%), 2 ER or less in 22 of 32 (69%), and 3 ER or less in 27 of 32 (84%). ... Went 11-1 (.916) in 15 day games, the best day winning % of any starter in the NL (minimum 10 starts). ... The Phillies went 24-8 (.750) in his 32 starts, the 2nd-best team winning % for any starter in the majors (minimum 30 starts). ... Became the first Phillies pitcher to record at least 40 wins over a 2-season span since Steve Carlton in 1979-80 (18 wins in 1979 and 24 in 1980). ... Was the first Phillies pitcher to post consecutive 200-SO seasons since Curt Schilling (1997-98). ... Became the sixth pitcher in ML history to finish at least seven games over .500 in 7 or more consecutive seasons (2005-11). ... Held right-handed hitters to a .206 AVG (93-451), seventh-best in the NL. ... Made his ninth consecutive Opening Day start, 4/1 vs HOU (2003-11). ... On 4/30 vs NYM, became the first pitcher to begin a game with 18 consecutive strikes since NYM's Sid Fernandez, 8/16/91 at PIT. ... Phillies won 10 straight of his starts, 5/20-7/8, his longest such streak as a Phillie (6-0, 2.79 ERA); team also won 10 straight of his home starts, 4/30-7/29 (7-0, 2.01 ERA). ... Had double-digits in wins (11) prior to the All-Star break for the eighth time in his career. ... Was removed from his start on 7/18 at CHI after 4.0 innings with heat exhaustion, snapping a streak of 63 consecutive starts on the road with 6.0 or more innings pitched; it was the longest streak since Walter Johnson threw 6.0 or more innings in 82 consecutive road starts from 1911-15. ... Twice tied his career high with 14 SO: 4/24 at SD & 8/16 vs ARI. ... Pitched his 20th career SHO, 9/14 at HOU, to clinch the Phillies' fifth straight postseason berth. ... Had his 2nd career multi-hit game (2-3) and his first career XBH (double), 8/16 vs ARI. ... Set a career high with 3 RBI, 8/30 at CIN. 2010 Was a unanimous selection as NL Cy Young Award winner, garnering all 32 1st-place votes (224 points); became the 8th different NL pitcher in MLB history to win the award via unanimous decision and first since 2007 (Jake Peavy)...Became the 5th pitcher in MLB history to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues, joining Roger Clemens, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry...Finished 6th in NL MVP voting, garnering 130 points, including one 2nd-place vote and three 3rd-place votes...Was selected to the NL All-Star team, his 7th career All-Star selection and 1st in the NL...Finished with 21 wins (his 3rd career 20-win season), the most by a Phillie since 1982 (LHP Steve Carlton: 23-11), and the most by a Phillies right-hander since 1955 (Robin Roberts: 23-14)...Led the majors in innings (250.2), CG (9) and SHO (4), T-1st in wins (21), 2nd in SO/BB ratio (7.30) and BB/9.0 IP (1.08), T-4th in quality starts (25), 5th in ERA (2.44), T-5th in SO (219); finished 2nd among NL pitchers in winning % (.677)...Pitched the 20th perfect game in MLB history (19th regular season), 5/29 at FLA (9.0 IP, 11 SO); it was the 2nd perfect game in Phillies history (Jim Bunning - 6/21/64)...Went 14-1, 1.61 ERA (21 ER, 117.2 IP) in 15 starts against NL East opponents, the most wins by any pitcher in a single season since the NL was broken into 3 divisions in 1994...His .933 winning % (14-1) against the NL East was the 2nd-best in division history (minimum 10 wins)...Pitched at least 7.0 innings in 28 of his 33 starts (85%) and went 20-7, 1.88 ERA in those starts...Finished the season with his most innings pitched since 2003 (266.0)...Got the decision in 31 of his 33 starts (94%)...Did not allow an ER in 10 of his 33 starts (30%)...Went 5-0, 3.50 ERA in his final 5 starts of the season (14 ER, 36.0 IP)...Had fewer walks (30) than starts (33); did not issue a walk in 13 of his 33 starts (39.3%)...Was the starting pitcher in 9 of the Phillies' 21 shutout wins...Held opposing hitters to a .173 avg (32-185) with RISP, the lowest of any starter in the NL...Had 6 scoreless streaks of at least 10 innings...Made his 8th consecutive Opening Day start and 1st as a Phillie, 4/5 at WSH (W, 7.0 IP, 6 H, R, ER, 2 BB, 9 SO)...Had 9 SO in his Phillies debut which was tied for 3rd-most in team history since 1900...Pitched his 50th career CG (1st in NL) in his 2nd start as a Phillie, 4/11 at HOU (W, 9.0 IP, 7 H, R, 0 ER, 8 SO); was also his 150th career win...Named NL Player of the Week in his first week in the NL, 4/5-11 (2-0, 0.56 ERA, 16.0 IP, ER, 2 BB, 17 SO)...Became just the 3rd pitcher in franchise history to win his first four starts with the Phillies with an ERA under 1.00 (others: Lee Meadows, 0.23 ERA in 1919; Cliff Lee, 0.82 ERA in 2009)...Named NL Pitcher of the Month for July (3-1, 1.54 ERA, 5 GS, 41.0 IP, 7 ER, 3 BB, 37 SO)...Won a season-high 6 consecutive starts, 7/23-8/20 (6-0, 1.37 ERA, 7 ER, 46.0 IP)...Threw a complete-game shutout while earning his NL-leading 21st win of the season, 9/27 at WSH, to clinch the NL East division title...Led all ML pitchers in at-bats (92), T-8th in hits (13) and T-10th in RBI (5)...Had the most at-bats by a Phillies pitcher since 1983 (Steve Carlton - 97)...Hit safely in 5 straight starts, 7/23-8/14...Batted .205 (8-39), 4 RBI in his final 13 starts of the season after hitting .094 (5-53), RBI in his first 18 starts (in which he had an at-bat); had 16 SO in his final 39 AB (41%) after having 26 SO in his first 53 AB (49%)...Pitched the 2nd no-hitter in MLB postseason history in Game 1 of the NLDS, 10/6 vs CIN (9.0 IP, BB, 8 SO), his 1st career postseason appearance; joined Don Larsen, who pitched a perfect game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series, 10/8 vs BKN...Became the 5th pitcher in MLB history to pitch 2 no-hitters in the same calendar year...His SHO was the 2nd in Phillies postseason history (Curt Schilling - Game 5 of 1993 WS)...Collected a 2-out RBI single in his 1st career postseason at-bat...Won the following awards for his 2010 season accomplishments: Steve Carlton Most Valuable Pitcher Award and the Dallas Green Special Achievement Award, as voted by the Philadelphia chapter of the BBWAA; MLB Clutch Performer of the Year, which recognizes the player who performed his best when the game was on the line, as voted by the fans; Major League Player of the Year by Baseball America; Pro Athlete of the Year by both The Sporting News and the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association; NL Outstanding Pitcher by Players Choice Awards...Was nominated for Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year and the United States Sports Academy's Male Athlete of the Year 2009 Finished 5th in AL Cy Young Award voting (11 points)...Started the All-Star Game for the AL squad...Led the AL in CG (9) and SHO (4), finished 2nd in innings (239.0) and fewest baserunners/9.0 IP (10.32), 3rd in ERA (2.79), T-4th in wins (17), 5th in SO (208) and fewest HR/9.0 IP (0.83), 8th in SO/9.0 IP (7.83) and 9th in GIDP (21)...Was TORfs Opening Day starter for a team-record 7th consecutive season...Set a career high in SO, including a single game-high 14 SO, 6/2 vs LAA...Pitched at least 7.0 innings in 26 of his 32 starts (81.3%)...Went 10-1, 2.52 ERA and 3 CG through his first 13 starts...Won AL Player of the Week honors, 5/11-17 (2-0, 1.13 ERA)...Left his start, 6/12 vs FLA, with a groin strain and was placed on the 15-day DL; activated on 6/29...Pitched his 2nd career one-hitter, 9/4 vs NYY (9.0 IP, 3 BB, 9 SO); other came on 9/27/98 vs DET in his 2nd ML start...Pitched shutouts in each of his final 2 starts (18.0 IP, 10 H, 2 BB, 15 SO), part of a career-best 24.0-inning scoreless streak 2008 Won 20 games for the 2nd time in his career and is one of only four pitchers in the majors to win 20 or more... Joined Roger Clemens as the only Blue Jay to win 20 or more twice... Made his 6th straight opening day starting assignment at NYY on Apr. 1, the most in club history... Recorded 200+ innings for the 3rd consecutive season and 5th time in his career... Recorded 200+ strikeouts for the 2nd time in his career and set a new career high with 206... LEAGUE LEADER: Led the AL with 246 innings and his nine complete games... Led the AL in GB/FB ratio at 2.08 & Strikeout to Walk ratio at 5.28... Finished 2nd in the AL with a 2.78 ERA and Wins with 20, 3rd in strikeouts with 206, 3rd in Walks per nine innings at 1.43 and 4th in opponents avg. with a .237... FINISH WHAT YOU START: Led the AL with nine complete games... Lost three straight complete games becoming the first to do so since Randy Johnson in 1999, and the first Blue Jay since Jim Clancy in 1982... INNINGS EATER: Tossed at least seven innings in 23 of his 33 starts to rank first in the AL... Only Cole Hamels of the Phillies with 24 had more... Over the last seven seasons has averaged 7.45 IP per start, the highest in the majors... JUST WIN BABY: Had seperate three game, four game and a season high five game win streaks... Had two shutouts for the 3rd time in career and has now has 11 career, tied for 2nd with Jim Clancy on the Blue Jays shutout list... ALL-TIME LIST: Moved past Jimmy Key (3rd) and Jim Clancy (2nd) and now ranks 2nd on the Blue Jays All-Time Win List with 131... Ranks 1st on the Blue Jays list with a .665 winning percentage, moved into 2nd passing Jim Clancy on the Blue Jays All-Time strikeout list with 1287... HEADACHE: Was struck on the head by a line drive June 20 at PIT... Suffered no ill effect and made his next start... NORTH OF THE BORDER: Won 10 consecutive at Rogers Centre with his opening day victory, matching the 1o Roger Clemens won in 1998... Was 10-4 with a 2.78 ERA in 15 home starts... Now owns a 73-28 lifetime record at Rogers Centre... TOP DUO: Posted 38 victories combined with AJ Burnett to become the top duo in Blue Jays history, passing Jack Morris (21) and Juan Guzman (16) whom won 37 in 1992... WHAT A RELIEF: Came out of the bullpen to help preserve a 6-5 win at PHI, May 18... Entered the game in the 6th with two on and two out and retired Pat Burrell on a pop-up... Tossed 2.1 IP, allowing one hit, marking his first relief appearance since July 2, 2001...ELITE COMPANY: Over the last five seasons, ranks T-7th in the majors with 72 wins, and 5th in ERA at 3.23...In fact over the last ten seasons, is 10th on the win list with 130 and 7th in ERA at 3.53. 2007 Made his 5th straight opening day starting assignment vs. the Tigers on Apr. 2...Is the first Blue Jay pitcher in Club history to accomplish that feat...Surpassed Dave Stieb for the most Opening Day starts in Club history (4)...Recorded 200+ innings for the 2nd consecutive season and 4th time in his career...Won his first game of the season (6-3) at TB, April 8 and broke off a streak of seven starts without a victory (tied his career high from 1999) dating back to 2006...OVERTIME: On Apr. 13 vs. DET worked 10.0 innings for his 1st complete game of the season...It represented the 2nd time in his career to have worked 10.0 innings... The previous 10.0 inning game by an AL pitcher was also Halladay...Team record was 20-11 in his starts...FINISH WHAT YOU START: Led the Major Leagues with seven complete games, three more than his next competitor...Had five complete games after the All-Star Break...Also ranked 9th in wins (16), 8th in winning pct. (.696), 3rd in innings pitched (225.1) in the AL...INNINGS EATER: Led all AL pitchers in innings pitched after the All-Star Break with 116.1...From Aug 14-Sept 10 pitched at least eight innings in six straight starts...SHUT 'EMDOWN: Had a stretch of 21.0IP of scoreless baseball from July 17-28 (three starts), the longest streak by any Blue Jays pitcher this season...Allowed only 13 hits over that span... ALL-TIME LIST: Moved past Pat Hentgen on Aug 8 vs. NYY and now ranks 4th on the Blue Jays All-Time Win List with 111...Recorded his 9th career shutout July 22 vs. SEA... June 20 vs. LAD became the 5th pitcher in Blue Jays history to reach 1,000 strikeouts, joining RHP Dave Stieb (1658), RHP Jim Clancy (1237), RHP Juan Guzman (1030) & RHP Pat Hentgen (1027)... INTERRUPTION: Fell ill with Appendicitis on May 12, however returned to action just 12 days later to record career win #100 on May 31 vs. CWS...Became the quickest Blue Jays pitcher to win 100 games (200 starts)...NORTH OF THE BORDER: Went 11-1 with a 3.12 ERA in 15 home starts...Walked only 17 batters in those 15 starts...Now owns a 63-24 lifetime record at Rogers Centre...MISC: Struck out 10 Red Sox hitters for his 6th career 10+ strikeout game & 1st since May 29, 2005 vs. MIN (10K)...Allowed 12 hits on two occasions (5/5 at TEX & 8/24 at LAA)...It marked a career high for hits allowed, now done three times.

CAREER NOTES: Was named winner of his first BBWAA Cy Young Award in 2003...Has made five straight opening day starts, surpassing Dave Stieb for the most opening day starts in club history... Is tied with Sandy Koufax (1963-1966), Roger Clemens (1986, 1997, 2001), Steve Carlton (1980, 1982), and Joaquin Andujar (1984-85) as the 1st pitcher to reach 15 wins in a season among Major Leaguer's more than once in their career (2003, 2006)...Has been selected to four All-Star games (2002, 2003, 2005 & 2006)...Sept. 27, 1998 came within one out of a no-hitter in his his second ML start and first major league win...Allowed a HR to Bobby Higginson to break up the no-hitter. 2006 Team record was 23-9 in his starts... His 19 quality starts led the club (59%)... Missed a start due to tightness in right forearm, experienced after his Apr. 9 vs. TB start... Also experienced tightness again during his final Sept. 20 start vs. NYY, and did not pitch for the balance of the season as a precaution... Earned the AL player of the week award for the 2nd time in his career, following his consecutive complete games May 7, and 13...Made his 4th straight opening day (Apr. 4 vs. MIN) starting assignment... Is the 1st Blue Jay pitcher in Club history to accomplish that feat... Tied Dave Stieb for the most Opening Day starts in Club history... Joined Sandy Koufax (1963-1966), Roger Clemens (1986, 1997, 2001), Steve Carlton (1980, 1982), and Joaquin Andujar (1984-85) as the 1st pitcher to reach 15 wins among Major Leaguer's more than once in their career (2003, 2006)... Was selected to the American League All-Star team for the 4th time in his career, 2nd consecutive... T-8th in the AL in wins (16), 4th in the AL in Innings Pitched (220.0), 2nd in the AL in ERA (3.19), T-2nd in ML for complete games (4)... 2nd in ML in winning pct. (.762)...2nd in the AL in walks allowed per nine innings (1.39...In 2005 & 2006, appeared in 27 games following a Blue Jay loss... Toronto has a 23-4 record in those games, while Roy is 16-3 with 2.88 ERA...Posted his 2nd consecutive complete game victory (8-1) at TB (May 13)... 9.0IP, 3H, ER, faced one batter over the minimum...The first time he tossed consecutive complete game victories since his Cy Young 2003 season. 2005 Was the Blue Jays opening day starter for the third straight season (W, 5-2 at TB)...Became only the 2nd Blue Jay to start 3 consecutive opening day games (also Jimmy Key 1987-89)... Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on July 9 with a fractured left tibia, missed the remainder of the season...Was selected to the American League All-Star team for the 3rd time in his career (could not participate due to injury)... The Blue Jays were 14-5 when Halladay starts... Led all Blue Jays starters with a .225 opponents batting average... Had five of the Blue Jays nine complete games and two of the three shutouts by an individual... Did not allow a run in 20.2IP (May 15 through June 3), longest streak by a Blue Jay... July 8 at TEX, had to leave the game in the 3rd inning after suffering a fractured left tibia from being hit with a Kevin Mench line drive...Led the AL with five complete games and a 2.09 road ERA... Was leading the AL in ERA before suffering season-ending injury on July 8 at TEX. 2004 Was on the 15-day disabled list twice; June 3 (retro to May 28) to June 11 with soreness in right shoulder... Was placed on the DL for the 2nd time on July 20 (retro to July 17) with a tired right shoulder...Was activated from the 15-day DL on Sept. 21...Prior to going on the DL the first time was 5-4 with a 3.58 ERA in 11 starts... Was 2-3 with a 5.85 ERA in seven starts between DL stints (26ER/40.0IP)... After returning from the DL was 1-1 with a 3.00 ERA in three starts... Apr. 15 at DET pitched his 15th career CG, 6th career ShO (W, 11-0), 60th career win... From May 5 vs. KC to June 28 at TB did not allow a home run, a span of 51.1 consecutive homerless innings (allowed a 4th inning home run to Blum)... Won his final start of the season 4-2 on Oct. 2 vs. NYY (8.0IP, 6H, 1R/ER, 5K). 2003 Was named by the BBWAA as the 2003 American League Cy Young Award Winner... Is the 3rd Blue Jay (4th time) to win the AL Cy Young Award, (Pat Hentgen 1996, Roger Clemens 1997 and 1998)... Set a franchise record and led the Major Leagues with 22 wins (Jack Morris (1992) and Roger Clemens (1997) -21) ...Recorded a career high 204 strikeouts, 3rd in AL... 3rd time (2nd pitcher) in franchise history to have a pitcher record 200 plus strikeouts in a season, done previously by Roger Clemens with 292 in 1997 and 271 in 1998...Had a team high 23 quality starts, tied for 4th in AL... Led the league with 266.0 innings and was tied for the league lead with nine complete games... Was named by the Sporting News as the AL Pitcher of the Year... Was selected to the AL All-Star team, did not pitch...Was selected by the MLBPA as the AL "Most Outstanding Pitcher"... Also received the Leroy "Satchel" Paige Award from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) for being the American League Pitcher of the Year... Was ranked by the Elias Sports Bureau at the game's top player... Is the 5th Blue Jays pitcher (6th time) to record 20 wins in a season ...Was named as the AL Pitcher of the month in both May and September... In May was 6-0 with a 3.22 ERA in six starts...Became just the 4th Blue Jay pitcher to win six games in a month...Sept. 1-17 threw four consecutive complete games, last Blue Jays pitcher to record four consecutive CG was Pat Hentgen in 1996 when he threw five straight (Aug. 7, 12, 18, 23, 28)... Sept. 22 vs. TB allowed a 6th inning home run, first earned run allowed in 41.0 innings, new club record, previous mark was Pat Hentgen in 1997 (40.0)... Was 12-5 on the road this season, with the 12 wins being an AL high... Sept. 17 at DET recorded 12th road win of the season, tying Pat Hentgen for the club record set in 1993... Won nine straight road decisions from May 6-July 17, one win short of the club record of 10 straight on the road set by David Wells in 2000...Was 3rd time in club history that a Blue Jays pitcher has won 10 games both at home and on the road in one season... Jack Morris in 1992 won 11 at home, 10 on the road... Roger Clemens in 1997 won 10 at home, 11 on the road...Had the best strikeout/walk ratio in the AL at 6.38 and the 2nd best WHIP in the AL at 1.07... Had the 2nd fewest walks per 9.0 innings in the AL at 1.1, Wells-NYY (0.8)... Was 5th in the AL with a 3.22 ERA... For the week of Sept. 1-7 was AL Player of the Week, going 2-0 with a 0.47 ERA in two starts, allowing seven hits and fanning 15... On Sept. 6 vs. DET tossed a 10 inning shutout... Was the first Blue Jay to pitch 10 innings since John Cerutti on April 30, 1989(L1-0) ...Made three starts on 3-days rest, (June 22 at MON, July 12 vs. NYY & July 27 vs. BAL)...3-0 with a 0.78 ERA (2ER, 23.0IP)...Were the only three starts in his career on 3-days rest. 2002 The 19 wins were the most by a Blue Jays pitcher since David Wells won 20 in 2000... Was the first Blue Jays right-hander to record 15 or more wins in a season since Roger Clemens won 20 in 1998...Pitched in the 2002 All-Star game in Milwaukee on July 9 (1.0IP, 3H, 3R/ER, HR-Bonds-2R, 1K)... It was his first selection to the mid summer classic... Aug. 1 at KC improved to 8-0 on the road... Last Blue Jay to start the season 8-0 on the road was LHP David Wells who started 10-0 in 2000 which is a club record... Sept. 6 at BOS lost on the road for the first time since Sept. 29, 2001 at TB...First Blue Jay to win five games in Sept. since Jimmy Key in 1992... Finished the season without surrendering a home run in his final 36.0 innings... Ranked fifth in the AL with a 2.93 ERA, tied for fourth with 19 wins, tied for second with 34 starts, sixth with 168 strikeouts... At home posted the third best ERA in the AL at 2.57...Allowed the fewest home runs per 9.0 innings pitched at .38... Became the first Blue Jay since David Wells (231.2) in 1999 to lead the league in innings pitched (239.1). 2001 Was 5-3 in 17 games, 16 starts with an ERA of 3.16 for Toronto... Was optioned to Dunedin of the Florida State League (A) on March 28 to re-build his delivery... Was transferred to Tennessee of the Southern League (AA) and made his debut with the Smokies on May 26 in the starting rotation...Promoted to Syracuse of the International League (AAA) where he made two starts... Combined between the three minor league clubs was 3-2-2 with an ERA of 2.93 (70.2IP, 65H, 23ER, 57K)... Was recalled to Toronto on July 1... Inserted into the rotation on July 7 vs. Montreal and struck out a then career high 10 batters while recording a no-decision after 6.0 innings of work... Win #1 came on August 1 vs. Minnesota in his fifth start, was his first win since July 16, 2000 vs. NY Mets... Finished the season tossing a two hit shutout on October 5, in the first game of a doubleheader against Cleveland. 2000 Split the season between Toronto and Syracuse of the International League (AAA)... Opened the season in Toronto's starting rotation... Won his season debut on April 4 vs. KC... Was optioned to Syracuse on May 16... Was recalled to Toronto on June 24... Inserted back into the starting rotation and won his first start, 6-4 vs. Boston on June 24... Was optioned to Syracuse (AAA) Aug. 4... Re-called to Toronto on September 5. 1999 Earned first professional save in season debut on April 7 at Minnesota (90th pro game)... On May 20 vs. Detroit became the third youngest pitcher in club history, at 22 years- six days, to throw a shutout, was his second career complete game... Youngest was Phil Huffman at 21 yrs, two months and seven days on August 27, 1979. 1998 Pitched for the Syracuse SkyChiefs of the International League (AAA) and Toronto... Disabled from May 15 to June 17 with a right shoulder strain... Made hisMLdebut as a starter in Tampa Bay on Sept. 20, ND in a 7-5 win (5.0IP, 8H, 3R, 2ER, 1HR, 2BB, 5K)...Struck out the first batter he faced, Randy Winn... At 21 years, 130 days he became the third youngest pitcher to ever start for the Blue Jays and became the 15th pitcher to make his ML debut as starter for Toronto... First ML win and complete game on September 27 starting the final game of the season at home against Detroit - took a no-hitter into the ninth inning before a two out pinch hit solo HRby Bobby Higginson... Pitched 9.0 innings allowing one hit, the homerun, with eight strikeouts, walked none and threw just 94 pitches, 73 strikes... Rated by Baseball America as the top prospect in the organization for the third straight season and the third best prospect in the International League. 1997 was 2-3 with a 5.40 ERA... Promoted to Syracuse where he became the youngest pitcher in the league...Rated fifth top prospect in the International League by Baseball America, who also recognized him for having the best fastball in the IL and the top prospect in the organization. 1996 Led the Blue Jays minor leagues in wins as he was 15-7 and captured the R. Howard Webster Award (MVP) in Dunedin... Tied for second in the Florida State League in wins and shutouts (2) and was fifth in the loop in ERA at 2.73... Named Dunedin Pitcher of the Month in June and July... In July was the organizational Pitcher of the Month, 4-1 with a 1.29 ERA... Named to both the All-Star Game and the All-Star Team... Selected to the Howe Sportsdata All-Teen Team...Rated the top prospect in the organization by Baseball America and the third best in the Florida State League. 1995 Combined on a shutout of the Gulf Coast Astros in his last start on August 25 (8 IP, 1 H, 3 BB, 3 SO) to earn Gulf Coast League Pitcher-of-the-Week honours.