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Braden Halladay




175 lbs








Odessa, Fla.


High Point



  • 4.39 ERA in 11 appearances, including four starts
  • Tied for team lead in appearances and second in wins (3)
  • 26.2 innings ranked third on team
  • Allowed one or fewer ER in six of seven relief appearances
  • Started fourth game of season at Culpeper (June 4), allowing a run in three innings
  • Three strikeouts in two innings at Front Royal (June 17)
  • Season-high five innings in second game of doubleheader against Woodstock (July 24)
  • Started game two of VBL Championship at Harrisonburg (August 4)


  • Made ten appearances for 2022 VBL Champion Tom Sox, working to a 3.86 ERA and striking out 25 batters
  • Opponents hit .225 against him
  • Allowed one or fewer runs in nine of ten appearances
  • Season-high six innings in relief at Staunton, striking out seven batters and walking none (July 20)
  • Season-high nine strikeouts in five innings at Waynesboro to send Tom Sox to VBL Championship (July 30)



  • Appeared in 24 games making two starts
  • Held a 3-3 record making one save
  • Posted a 4.61 ERA in 41 innings of work
  • Struck out 29 in 170 batters faced
  • Struck out five in 2.1 innings against Davidson (3/4)
  • Tossed a season high five innings of work at Radford (4/6) … three hits, two runs and four strikeouts


  • Pitched in 15 games with 10 being starts
  • Went 3-3 over 41 innings

2020-21 (PENN STATE)

  • Appeared in five games over his time with Penn State, not allowing a run over 5.1 innings


  • Played baseball at Calvary Christian
  • Was a 2x FHSAA 4A State Champion
  • Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 32nd round of the 2019 MLB Draft


  • Born August 14, 2000
  • The son of Roy and Brandy Halladay
  • Has one sibling, Ryan
  • Father, Roy “Doc”, played baseball professionally for the Toronto Blue Jays and the Philadelphia Phillies between 1998 and 2013. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019 and his number was retired by both franchises.
  • Roy was an 8x All-Star (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008-2011), a 2x Cy Young Award winner (2003, 2010), was the MLB wins leader in 2003 and 2010 and pitched a perfect game on May 29, 2010, and a postseason no-hitter on Oct. 6 2010.

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Triumph Through Tragedy: The Braden Halladay Story

Braden Halladay has faced tragedy and doubt throughout his life, from the loss of his father to a struggle for playing time at the elite level. But through it all, he has maintained a positive mindset that makes him who he is.

Tom Sox Season Ends With 9-5 Loss to Turks in VBL Championship

After 64 days, the marathon 2023 season came to an end as the Charlottesville Tom Sox (32-20) fell to the Harrisonburg Turks (34-16) in game two of the Valley Baseball League championship series.

20-Run Outburst Leads Tom Sox to Doubleheader Sweep

The Charlottesville Tom Sox hosted the Woodstock River Bandits for a two-game set Monday, scoring a combined 20 runs across 14 innings to secure a 3-1 season series victory. They won the first game 11-8 before taking game two 9-3.

Tom Sox Crush Generals in Rain-Shortened Affair

The Charlottesville Tom Sox took down the Waynesboro Generals 13-3 on Monday night, extending their winning streak to five games. The game was called in the middle of the sixth due to inclement weather. 

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