Roy Halladay still has plenty left in the tank, if you listen to his coaches.

Halladay, 35, has arguably been baseball's best pitcher for the last decade, racking up 180 wins and two Cy Young awards in that span. The soft-spoken Halladay has a rep for being a innings eater with sniper-like control of his pitches.

But 2012 has not been too nice to the man nicknamed "Doc." He's seen a 52-day DL stint thanks to a lat strain and has been up and down in his time back, at best. He's 10-7 with a 4.03 ERA this year.

"He expects a lot of himself," Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee said. "I don't think he's happy with his season by any means, but there's been a lot of of physical issues that have kept him from doing the things he's been accustomed to doing."