Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Congratulations Roy Halladay - Philadelphia Philles

What is there to say other than WOW, and a huge congratulations to Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay for pitching a no hitter today against the Cincinnati Reds in game 1 of the National League Division Series!

This is only the second time in the post season that a pitcher has thrown a no hitter.  The first time was by Don Larsen of he New York Yankees in the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers.

I know what all of you who know me well are thinking, but yes, it is true that I am giving the Phillies big kudos here!  Our close friends know how much of a die hard Chicago Cubs fan I am, but this is truly and accomplishment, and worth a mention in my opinion.  This is no easy feat to say the list, so congratulations again!  Cheers!  -F. Scott

1 comment:

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A lot of people were curious to see how Halladay would perform in his post-season, and he comes out with only the 2nd no-hitter in the history of baseball in the playoffs. The Phillies have an absolutely dominant rotation of three #1 starters, and Halladay vs Lee would be a great matchup in the World Series.