Halladay vs. Halladay: Comparing Roy Halladay’s 2010 No-Hitters

October 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Fan News

With Roy Halladay becoming the fourth pitcher in baseball history to throw two no-hitters in the same season, I thought it would be interesting to see how his playoff no-hitter compared to his perfect game on May 29 against the Florida Marlins.

Here is the tail of the tape:

One could make the argument that Halladay was actually more dominant in his no-hitter than he was in his perfect game. Nineteen swinging strikes in his no-hitter versus his perfect game is pretty impressive. He also threw fewer pitches, had more swings and misses, and threw more first pitch strikes.

Only Halladay could top himself from a perfect game.

Regardless, the fact that I am even comparing two games like this is almost surreal. Halladay is certainly one of a kind.

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