Wednesday, October 06, 2010

It Could Have Been Ours.

If you're a Blue Jays fan the events of this afternoon are both wonderful and bittersweet.  Starting today for the Philadelphia Phillies Roy Halladay pitched only the second no hitter in Major League Baseball playoff history.  The Phillies beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-0.  The only other pitcher to do this was Don Larsen for the New York Yankees way back in 1956.  This comes on top of a season where he threw a perfect game(no hits, no runners on base) on May 29th.  Not to mention that Halladay actually hit a single and scored an RBI in today's game, and it was his first postseaon start.  But if you're a Jays fan you can't help but think that if things had worked out a bit differently over the last couple of years maybe he would have done this for the Jays instead.

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