Halladay produces unforgettable season-finale

In light of Dustin McGowan‘s near no-hitter Sunday afternoon against the Rockies, ‘The 500 Level’ has penned a guest column over at ‘Jays Nest’ reminiscing about Roy Halladay‘s near ‘no-no’ against the Detroit Tigers on the final day of the regular season back in 1998.
‘At 25 years and three months, McGowan becomes the second-youngest pitcher to accomplish the feat, trailing only current Blue Jay ace Halladay, who will take the mound tomorrow in Minnesota hoping to give Toronto its first four-game win streak since last September. Halladay was just 21 years, four months and 13 days old when he took a no-hitter into the ninth against the Detroit Tigers at SkyDome back on September 27, 1998. What was most impressive was the fact that it was just Halladay’s second career start in the majors … ‘
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