October 28 Philadelphia Inquirer:
“The Phillies’ Roy Halladay was named the National League Outstanding Pitcher today in the Players Choice Awards.
The announcement was made by the Major League Baseball Players Association on ESPN Radio this morning.
Halladay led all big-league pitchers in wins (21), shutouts (4), complete games (9) and innings pitched (250.2). The seven-time All Star finished second in the NL with 219 strikeouts and third with a 2.44 ERA – the second lowest ERA in his 13-year career (2.41 in 2005).”
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