Halladay hasn't been anything near as good as people hoped he'd be. He was taken very early in my league, and I'm sure in many others. But it's time to forget about when you drafted him and just take his stats objectively. He's better than a lot of pitchers out there. In a normal-size league, there shouldn't be anyone better than him on the waiver wire and a trade wouldn't draw the value a Halladay owner would like to get, so you have to stick with him, I think.
Roger Angell: I was talking with Bob Gibson and I said: 'Are you always this competitive?' He said: 'Oh, I think so. I got a three-year old daughter, and I've played about 500 games of tic-tac-toe with her and she hasn't beat me yet.'