Yes, Roy Halladay was perfect, but he...

Yes, Roy Halladay was perfect, but he has actually pitched better games

There are 1 comment on the SI.com story from May 30, 2010, titled Yes, Roy Halladay was perfect, but he has actually pitched better games. In it, SI.com reports that:

Roy Halladay worked from behind and gave up more fly balls than usual, but his pitches also had exceptional movement in and out of the strike zone.

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Law Abiding Citizen

Downey, CA

#1 Jun 1, 2010
He was FAR from perfect. The ump clearly wanted to be part of a perfect game.

The strike zone was ridiculously WIDE!

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