Roy Halladay snapped a personal three-game losing streak Friday night. (Darren Calabrese/AP)
By Larry Millson / Special to MLB.com
The Blue Jays scored two runs in the first inning to give their ace an early cushion, and Roy Halladay took over from there. Halladay struck out nine while tossing a brilliant one-hit shutout to lead Toronto to victory over New York.
BATTING 2B: Hill, A 2 (28, Chamberlain, Ramirez, E), Lind (45, Chamberlain), Inglett (3, Melancon). TB:
Barajas; Wells, V; Lind 4; Scutaro; Inglett 3; Hill, A 4. RBI: Lind (92), Inglett (5), Scutaro (57),
Hill, A 2 (91). 2-out RBI: Scutaro; Hill, A 2. Runners left in scoring position,
2 out: Inglett 2; Millar 3; Scutaro; Hill, A 2. GIDP: Millar. Team RISP: 3-for-13. Team
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