Roy Halladay: “I Don’t Know What (Nationals) Are Thinking” [PODCAST]
Neither do we. Pure. Chaos. Love it.
Well, at least we do. The level-headed Halladay, on the other hand, seems to be more partial toward a little bit of order.
Said Halladay (on The Herd With Colin Cowherd) Wednesday: "In certain circumstances, there's a point where you need to stand up for your teammates.
"I think any time you're wondering, 'Was that on purpose?' that's probably not the right time to do it. When it's obvious, you know, and I think that's a time where things are taken care of."
Like, say, hefty league discipline.
Now, that's not to say that vengeance isn't on the Doc's docket -- when it's appropriate.
Said Halladay: "I think it's part of the game. There's certain times where I feel like it needs to be done. Other times I feel like we're getting a little bit caught in the moment.
"But I think there's definitely times where, your guy goes up, hits two home runs, gets drilled the next at-bat, you lose him for three days, you need to at least let them know, 'Hey look, this isn't OK with us.'"
Though he can't speak for the other guys.
Said Halladay: "I think what's done is done, and I would think it would be moved past.
"But I don't know. I don't know what their guys are thinking on their side. I would think both sides are gonna move on, but you never know. We'll see I guess."
That we will.
First pitch at 7:00 p.m. EST.