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Phillies Roy Halladay: This century’s complete game king

Phillies Roy Halladay: This century’s complete game king

Hyped by on March 5, 2013 Website: www.statsontapp.com

Philadelphia’s Roy Halladay has been one of the majors best pitchers in the past decade. Unfortunately, his 2012 season mirrored the Phil’s ’12 campaign as the team dropped from 102 wins in 2011 to 81 last year. Halladay struggled with an 11-8 record and an ERA of 4.49 (his 11 wins were the fewest since he had eight in 2004; his ERA was tghe second worst of his career).

The 2012 season was only the second time in Halladay’s career where he did not have a complete game (he did not have a complete game in 2000 with Toronto). This broke Halladay’s streak of 11 straight seasons where he had at least one complete game. It was also rare considering that Halladay had been the league-leader in complete games for five consecutive years (two with Philadelphia and three with Toronto).

Halladay leads the majors with most complete games in this century with 64 (he has 66 in his 15-year career). Following is a look at the pitchers who have had the most complete games since 2000. (A=active pitcher)

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