Roy Halladay’s No-Hitter: Greatest Philadelphia Phillies Postseason Moments

October 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Fan News

Roy Halladay’s performance on Wednesday was masterful.  The Doc was indeed surgical.   

In his first career playoff game, Roy Halladay may have pitched the best game of his life against the Cincinnati Reds.  

The only other performance that is comparable is his perfect game earlier this season against the Florida Marlins.  

However, he was only one walk shy of pitching another perfect game.  

In this situation, where the Philadelphia Phillies needed to win Game 1 to set the tone for the series, Roy Halladay shined the brightest under the lights of Citizens Bank Park.  

Breaking down the numbers from the game leaves you astonished.  Halladay threw first-pitch strikes to 25 of the 28 Reds’ batters he faced.   

However, there are plenty of other articles where you can read the stats from the unbelievable performance.

Halladay’s no-hitter may be the greatest moment in Phillies Postseason history.  

Here is a list of the top 10 Philadelphia Phillies Postseason moments over the last two years, 2008 and 2009.   

Honorable Mention: Joe Blanton’s Home Run in 2008 World Series.

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Article Source: Bleacher Report - Philadelphia Phillies

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