Sunday, April 26, 2009

Halladay recovers for 4th win of season

After looking rather un-Doc like in the first three innings against the White Sox, Roy Halladay shut the door on Chicago's South Side to clinch the Jays 6th straight series to open the season.

Halladay picks up his 4th win of the campaign, tying Royals hurler Zack Greinke and Dodgers ace Chad Billingsley for most W's in Major League Baseball. Surprisingly, Halladay's win at U.S. Cellular Field marks the last American League ball park that the Jays ace needed to post a win at.

After a rough start in this one, in which he gave up 3 runs in the first 3 frames, Halladay proved why he is considered one of the best, if not the best pitcher in the game.

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