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Halladay Another Phil in 2K K Club

Roy Halladay reached the 2,000-strikeout mark Sunday.

Halladay Another Phil in 2K K Club

(Dave Tulis/AP)
(Dave Tulis/AP)

Sunday, Roy Halladay became the 67th major league pitcher to reach 2,000 strikeouts.

He is the 14th of those 67 to have played at least some of his career with the Phillies.

Those 14:


 Pitcher
    Career 
Total 
    Phillies 
Total 
 Steve Carlton 4136  3031 
 Ferguson Jenkins 3192   12 
 Pedro Martinez 3154  37 
 Curt Schilling 3116  1554 
 Jim Bunning 2855  1197 
 Tim Keefe 2564  206 
 Jerry Koosman 2556  197 
 Jim Kaat 2461  188 
 Jamie Moyer 2441  439 
 Robin Roberts 2357  1871 
 Grover Cleveland Alexander     2198  1409 
 Fernando Valenzuela 2074  19 
 Kevin Millwood 2059  294 
 Roy Halladay 2006  511 
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