Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina will be portrayed on their Hall of Fame plaques wearing caps with no team logo on them, the Cooperstown shrine announced on Friday.Halladay’s career was divided between the Blue Jays and Phillies and Mussina’s was split between the Orioles and Yankees. The two were elected Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina will be portrayed on their Hall of Fame plaques wearing caps with no team logo on them, the Cooperstown shrine announced on Friday.Halladay’s career was divided between the Blue Jays and Phillies and Mussina’s was split between the Orioles and Yankees. The two were elected to the Hall of Fame, along with Mariano Rivera and Edgar Martinez, on Tuesday by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.Halladay, Mussina, Rivera, Martinez, Lee Smith and Harold Baines will be formally inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 21. As expected, the caps of the others’ plaques will be Yankees for Rivera, Mariners for Martinez, Cubs for Smith and White Sox for Baines. An artist rendering of the Hall of Famer tops each plaque, and in many instances, a cap, on which a logo may or may not be featured.• Complete Hall of Fame coverageG...