Whenever he is able to pitch again, Halladay still hopes he gets a chance for a World Series ring.
“You want to go out strong _ ideally, you want to go out a world champion,” he said. “Some of those things aren’t in your your control. I have no regrets at any point over my career. If things don’t work out and they do end on a sour note, I’m not going to look at it that way. I really don’t think that’s going to be the case.”
Amaro said the Phillies will call up right-hander Tyler Cloyd from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to take Halladay’s turn in the rotation Friday at Arizona.