Halladay No Hitter
October 7, 2010 by Post Team
Halladay No Hitter, Halladay, who signed on the Phils in the off-season after putting up impressive numbers as a member of the Blue Jays overcame a strong programming and regular rain showers early in the race, had control total on his fastball and devastating curve cycle. Through nine innings, Halladay has thrown only 104 pitches and struck out eight batters in the process. Although no-hitters are always tense affairs, Wednesday’s game has no signature defensive plays to preserve the no-no. Halladay was stable, art and quite dominates.
By pulling the feat, he became the pitcher to throw a second no-hitter in the playoffs (the only other record was Don Larsen legendary game perfect during the 1956 World Series) and the fifth pitcher in history to throw two no-hitters in one season (Halladay turned in a perfect game in May, adding to a list that includes Nolan Ryan, Virgil Trucks, Allie Reynolds and Johnny Vander Meer). In honor of his great achievement (and get the playoffs started on the right foot), see Destiny’s Child No No No “
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