Roy Halladay pitched his fifth complete game of the season on Tuesday. (Chris Young/AP)
By Jordan Bastian / MLB.com
For most of Tuesday night's series opener with the Yankees, Roy Halladay was typically dominant. But the ace allowed two runs (one earned) in the top of the first inning and three homers late, setting up a loss in which the Blue Jays managed little against crafty veteran Andy Pettitte.
BATTING 2B: Encarnacion (7, Pettitte), Wells, V (27, Rivera). TB: Barajas;
Wells, V 2; Lind; Scutaro 2; Encarnacion 2; Chavez, R; Hill, A 2. RBI: Rios, A (57), Wells, V 2 (41). 2-out
RBI: Wells, V 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Millar; Encarnacion; Bautista; Rios,
A; Hill, A. SF: Rios, A. GIDP: Bautista. Team RISP: 1-for-8. Team
FIELDING E: Millar (4, throw). DP: 2 (Halladay-Scutaro-Millar,
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