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Roy Halladay: Mr. Doctober

Posted on: October 6, 2010 10:51 pm
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Roy Hallady is the best pitcher in baseball. Period. No questions asked. There is no one better at striking pitchers out and is one of the best fielding pitchers since Greg Maddux.  In this era of power baseball, it's refreshing to see a finess pitcher.

Halladay is the Doctor behind the compound known as H2o (Halladay, Hamels, Oswalt).  For this reason, the Phillies have yet another great chance at winning the World Series and I think they get in in 5 over the Rangers (yes, the Rangers, they will take down the Yankees).

Through out his entire career, Halladay has had the stuff to throw a perfect game every night and this night was no different.  Tonight he had perfect command of every pitch and got the strikeouts when he needed them.  Now that Halladay is finally on a contending team, his moniker as "the Doc" will take on further meaning.  His command is some of the best in all of baseball history and that pitching motion keeps hitters off balance all day and night.  I wouldn't be surprised if we see another no-hit bid out of Roy before this season comes to an end.
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