Phillies To Retire Roy Halladay’s No. 34 On 10th Anniversary Of Perfect Game


Late baseball hall of fame pitcher Roy Halladay's number thirty four is being retired this season by the Philadelphia Phillies the team will pay tribute to holiday on may twenty ninth the tenth anniversary of his perfect game against the Marlins it was the twentieth perfect game in MLB history Halliday was forty years old when he was killed in a plane crash three years ago he and don Larsen of the New York Yankees are the only pictures to throw a no hitter in the postseason Halliday opens the twenty ten and al division series with one against the Cincinnati Reds in his first career playoff start he was inducted into the hall of fame last

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