This week the late Roy Halladay was elected to the Baseball Hall Of Fame.  One of his more dominate performances happened against the Tigers in 2003.

Roy Halladay pitched a 10 inning, 3 hit shut out against the Tigers.    The Blue Jays won the game 1-0.

If you remember the 2003 Tigers were one of the worst teams in the history of the game.  The team finished the season with a 43-119 record.

Alan Trammell was the manager and the team featured players like, Bobby Higginson, Dmitri Young, Craig Monroe, Brandon Inge and others.

This game was actually a close game until Fernando Rodney gave up the winning run in the 10th.

One of the many great performances from the late Blue Jays and Phillies pitcher.  He will join Mariano Rivera, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina in Cooperstown and the Hall of Fame in July.