Roy Halladay was dominant in his no-hit win over the Reds in the NLDS.
Roy Halladay's second
One no-no wasn't enough for Roy Halladay, who made history with an amazing 4-0 win against the Reds in Game 1 of the NLDS. It marked the second time in history a pitcher had thrown two no-hitters in the same season as well as becoming just the second man to throw one in the postseason (Don Larsen, Yankees, 1956).
In the zone
Halladay was on his game from the beginning, throwing first-pitch strikes to the first eight batters of the ballgame.
The man can hit too
Halladay hits an RBI single to kickstart a three-run, two-out second inning rally that put the game out of reach.
Look of concentration
Colorado Rockies starter Ubaldo Jimenez delivers to the Atlanta Braves during the second inning of a baseball game, Saturday, April 17, 2010, at Turner Field in Atlanta. He went on to throw the first no-hitter of the 2010 season.
Way to go
Rockies starter Ubaldo Jimenez, center, celebrates his no-hitter with teammates.
Dallas Braden on the way to his perfect game for Oakland against Tampa Bay Sunday. It was the second no-hitter and first perfect game of 2010.
Grip and rip
Dallas Braden delivers for the Oakland Athletics during his perfect game against Tampa Bay on May 9, 2010.
Keeping a lid on it
Dallas Braden walks off the mound at the end of another scoreless inning during his perfect game for Oakland against Tampa Bay on May 9, 2010.
Cliff Pennington #2 of the Oakland Athletics celebrates after scoring on an errant throw by catcher Dioner Navarro of the Tampa Bay Rays in the fourth inning during an MLB game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on May 9, 2010 in Oakland, California.
Somewhere in there is Dallas Braden, mobbed by his Oakland teammates after pitching a perfect game against Tampa Bay on May 9, 2010.
Dallas Braden salutes the crowd after his perfect game against Tampa Bay.
The newest hero
Oakland pitcher Dallas Braden celebrates after his perfect game against Tampa Bay.
Thanking the faithful
Dallas Braden salutes the Athletics fans behind the Oakland dugout after his perfect game against Tampa Bay.
Roy Halladay delivers a pitch during the first inning of his perfect game on May 29, 2010. It was the third no-hitter and second perfect game of the 2010 season.
3 to go
Roy Halladay stretches before throwing a pitch in the ninth inning.
A piece of history
Ryan Howard celebrates the last out after pitcher Roy Halladay threw a perfect baseball game against the Florida Marlins.
Roy Halladay celebrates with Carlos Ruiz, right, and Ryan Howard after Halladay threw a perfect game.
Roy Halladay is mobbed by teammates after throwing a perfect game.
Roy Halladay celebrates with players and coaches after throwing a perfect game.
The Tropicana Field scoreboard reflects Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson's no-hitter on June 25, 2010. It was the fourth no-hitter of the season.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson delivers to the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning.
Throw some strikes
Arizona Diamondbacks pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre (center) talks to pitcher Edwin Jackson and catcher Miguel Montero during the third inning, when the Rays had the bases loaded with no outs.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson delivers to the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning.
Much ado about nothing
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson (center) celebrates after throwing a no-hitter against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Arizona Diamondbacks manager A.J. Hinch and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre hug pitcher Edwin Jackson after Jackson no-hit the Tampa Bay Rays.
Don't spike that cap
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson celebrates after throwing his no-hitter.
Catching some joy
Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero hugs pitcher Edwin Jackson after Jackson no-hit the Tampa Bay Rays.
Thanks for leaving me in
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Edwin Jackson shakes hands with manager A.J. Hinch after the no-hitter.
The only run needed
The Arizona Diamondbacks' Mark Reynolds (right) congratulates teammate Adam LaRoche after LaRoche hit a second -inning home run off Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jeff Niemann. It was the no-hit game's only run.
String of zeroes
The numbers tell the story after Matt Garza throws the first no-hitter in Rays history on July 26, 2010 at Tropicana Field. It was the season's fifth no-hitter.
Game of his life
Garza, a 26-year-old who entered the season with 27 career wins, allows only a second-inning walk to the Tigers.
Saving the day
Rays right fielder Ben Zobrist makes a leaping catch on a fly ball by Detroit's Danny Worth in the third inning.
First hit's a doozy
Matt Joyce is congratulated by Ben Zobrist and Carl Crawford after getting the first hit of the game — a two-out grand slam in the sixth inning.
In the zone
Garza sits alone in the dugout between the eighth and ninth innings.
Finally it's our turn
Garza is mobbed by his teammates, who have had a no-hitter and a perfect game thrown against them this season.
Here's a souvenir
Garza gets the game ball from pitcher Rafael Soriano as pitching coach Jim Hickey looks on.
Evan Longoria gives Garza a cream pie in the face as he is interviewed after his no-hitter.