Roy Halladay needed just 97 pitches to go the distance Sunday. (Darren Calabrese/AP)
By Erika Gilbert / MLB.com
Roy Halladay was, well, typical Halladay. With unmatched efficiency and a dominating demeanor, the Jays ace collected his Majors-best 10th victory by way of a stunning complete-game shutout. His bid was helped along the way by a two-run shot by Aaron Hill and a towering blast off the bat of Lyle Overbay.
BATTING HR: Overbay (7, 2nd inning off Davies, 0 on, 0 out), Hill, A (13, 3rd inning off Davies, 1 on, 0
out). TB: Scutaro; Hill, A 4; Rios 2; Wells, V; Lind; Overbay 5; Bautista. RBI: Wells, V (28), Overbay
(31), Hill, A 2 (40). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Lind; Barajas; Rios; Bautista. SF: Wells,
V. GIDP: Lind. Team RISP: 0-for-6. Team LOB: 7.
Rios 2 (7, 2nd base off Davies/Olivo, 2nd base off Davies/Olivo), Scutaro (6, 3rd base off Davies/Olivo).
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