His precision and ability to pitch deep into games make Halladay one of the most feared pitchers in the league. A two-time Cy Young Award winner, Halladay led the majors in wins (21), innings pitched (250.2), shutouts (4), and complete games (9) in 2010. Last year the flamethrower proved he's not only lethal during the regular season, but also during postseason play. After pitching a perfect game against the Florida Marlins last May, the Phillies ace tossed a no-hitter during the NLDS against the Cincinnati Reds--baseball's first postseason no-hitter since 1956.
Text: Christina Tapper