Those who caught the last few innings of the Phillies-Marlins game last night won't soon forget it.
They saw perfection, a feat by Roy Halladay that has now happened only 20 times in major league baseball history.
No hits, no runs, no baserunners.
The Phils, struggling on offense, fortunately got a gift run or Halladay might still be pitching.
It was the second perfect game by a Phils pitcher. Remember Jim Bunning in 1964.
It was amazing to watch, and interesting how the players stayed away from Halladay in the dugout between innings.
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