Roy Halladay Facts: Strikeouts 361-400

362. “The man can flat out hit.” – Larry Andersen

363. Roy Halladay gives up that first run to give opponents a sense of false hope, then he proceeds to crush them and their spirit.

364. The famous ninjas learned to throw shuriken from Roy Halladay.

365. Roy Halladay is now sponsored by John Deere tractors: “Mowing them down with ease.”- from Official Review.

366. If Roy Halladay was allowed to fix the United States economy, he could reduce the national debt to the size and amount of his pitch count that day (not in billions or millions, but the exact number of pitches he threw).

367. True fact about Roy Halladay: he loves run support.

368. True fact about Roy Halladay: he actually won his first game as a Phillie.

369. Cliff Lee who?

370. I know what I am, Roy Halladay knows who Roy Halladay is, they know who they are, so let us be.

371. Former Phillies reliever Chan Ho Park signed with the New York Yankees because he knew his starting ability and relieving ability would of outshined by Roy Halladay’s clone, Kyle Kendrick.

372. Who says you need to suffer med school to be a Doc?

373. Just to be clear, this Doc will not be making house calls.

374. Roy Halladay had “run support” up in Toronto, but it was kinda like Canadian money. With the exchange rate it was just never quite as much.

375. When not pitching, Roy Halladay just controls other pitchers with the Wii controller from the dug out.

376. Roy Halladay makes Chuck Norris look like Chuck Knoblauch.

377. Roy pays a nickel for his Dollar Dog…

378. …and pays a penny for his Dollar Pretzel at Philadelphia Flyers games.

379. Roy Halladay will carry Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware’s 39 electoral votes in 2012 as a write-in candidate, making them red-pinstriped states.

380. Roy Halladay was originally cast to play Bullseye in the movie Daredevil. The producer was forced to replace Halladay with Colin Farrell because the story called for Bullseye to aim for and miss a throw at Ben Affleck, and everybody knows Roy Halladay never misses.

381. Sorry, Roy Halladay is not Jesus Christ either.

382. When Roy throws his curve ball, the batter’s knees don’t buckle, but they are crushed from the immense pressure of the 15 inch drop.

383. Roy Halladay refers to himself in the fourth person.

384. Roy has more friends than Tom from myspace.

385. Roy once sued Cannon Camera. Why? Because “Cannon” is the name of his right arm.

386. Roy Halladay is so great, he leaves Stephen A. Smith speechless.

387. Roy Halladay is not Fergilicious. Fergie wishes she could be “Halladalicious” but she had to settle for less.

388. When Roy Halladay throws a change-up in Washington D.C., the current batter for the Yankees strikes out.

389. Roy doesn’t have to wait in line at Starbucks.

390. They go back and rename “The Eliminator” from the movie Major League to “The Halladaynator”

391. The military knife, K-Bar is based off of Roy Halladay’s cutter.

392. It’s true: Roy Halladay may not be able to hit the broad side of a barn… he CAN however hit the corners of the strike zone.

393. If at first you don’t succeed… then you’re obviously not Roy Halladay.

394. When Roy Halladay talks… everyone listens. And then strikes out.

395. Roy Halladay is pro-life, he needs new people to strike out.

396. Roy Halladay doesn’t sleep. He changes speeds.

397. Upon hearing an ignorant fan leading an E-A-G-L-E-S cheer at his first Phillies game, Roy Halladay approached the man and told him that he had lost the respect of Roy Halladay. The man was paralyzed with shame and died of hunger 3 weeks later.

398. In 37 of the 50 United States, it is a felony NOT to capitalize Roy Halladay.

399. Roy Halladay doesn’t iron, he just lays out his clothes between home plate and the pitcher’s mound and let’s his heater do the rest.

400. Roy once pitched both ends of a double-header. He pitched the first game lefty, and then pitched the second game righthanded. Both were complete game shutouts.

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