Roy Halladay


#1

How about that for a postseason debut!!! Welcome to postseason, Roy Halladay!!! :clapping: :baseballpitcher:


#2

AMAZING :ole:


#3

That is totally cool!!!


#4

insane. that guy was dominating. every play was routine. every pitch was working especially that 2 seam. woooooo!

:baseballpitcher: :homeplate:


#5

WOW his curve was really working tonight! He used it much more then he normally does and that’s probably what threw off the Reds. Phillies are going all the way…


#6

The. Man.


#7

Cy young is done…he’s the man, lets see how many he can win in this post season, he looked just as strong at the end as his first pitch.


#8

If you research Halladay’s conditioning regimen pitching 9 innings may be the least strenuous thing he does all week. First FB was 93- last FB was 93.


#9

There was as sports illustrated article that said that during spring training he would be at the fields by 5 am. Thats 4 hours before they are supposed to be on the field :shock:


#10

second out of the 4th, when i saw the look on cabrera’s face after that strike out, i knew the reds were out for a LONG LONG night.

THANK YOU HALLADAY FOR GIVING ME MY FIRST NO HITTER I EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE!

i always wondered if i would ever see such a dominating feat. i saw brandon morrow go through 8 2/3 this year, couple years ago it was chien ming wang going through 7 1/3 but to see it from first to last pitch and feel the tension building on every single one of them was amazing. i want to see that again.

what is so cool about it is that it will be written on his plaque in cooperstown and it’ll be fair to say i saw it happen.


#11

Started another thread based on what JP said.


#12

It was a fantastic start Halladay had.

I loved watching his fastballs. Not a single one wasn’t cutting, tailing, or sinking on a hitter - all at 93mph+. No team in baseball had a chance that night against him.

Stu