Roy Halladay wants to work in a major league front office


Owners of all 30 major league teams may be interested in reading further. Two-time Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay is interested in working in a baseball team’s front office with the eventual goal of being a team president.

While one may think that Halladay’s experience over 16 seasons in the majors qualifies him to handle baseball operations, he is simply qualified for answering the hot dog/sandwich question correctly.

Halladay retired after the 2013 season with 203 wins, a 3.38 ERA, eight All-Star selections, and one Cy Young award in each league. He’ll be up for Hall of Fame consideration in 2019.