YA THINK PHILLIES’ GREAT ROY HALLADAY ISN’T HALL OF FAME WORTHY? CHECK THESE STATS!

By Sam Bush

If you’re on the fence about whether the late, great Phillies hurler Roy Halladay deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, check this out:

Former Inky and ESPN baseball writer Jayson Stark tweeted, “How great was Roy Halladay in his prime (2002-11)? Here’s how great: His teams’ record when he started: 87 games over .500 (195-108). His teams’ record when anyone else started: 24 UNDER .500 (646-670). Difference in win percentage: 153 points. Incredible.”

Halladay should be talked about in the same breath as Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Randy Johnson, John Smoltz, Curt Schilling and Mike Mussina.

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