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ARLINGTON, Va., July 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rebecca Brewster, President and COO of the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), was recently honored with the J.R. "Bob" Halladay Award for her dedication and commitment to the trucking industry.
Roy Halladay threw a three-hitter and the Toronto Blue Jays produced 17 hits Wednesday in blasting Boston 12-0. The Red Sox, even though they clinched the American League wild-card berth Tuesday, have lost six games in a row.
Roy Halladay broke out of a recent slump Friday to throw a seven-hit shutout and carry Toronto to a 5-0 decision over Seattle. Halladay (16-10) had lost five of his previous seven starts, but produced the 48th complete game and 14th shutout of his 12-year career.
Justin Morneau broke an eighth-inning tie with a home run Wednesday and Carl Pavano outpitched Roy Halladay to bring Minnesota a 4-1 decision over Toronto. Pavano (12-11) allowed a run on six hits and struck out five in 7 1/3 innings to get the best of the ace of the Toronto staff. Halladay (14-9) pitched his seventh complete game of the season, striking out nine.
Roy Halladay's complete-game, one-hit shutout Friday carried the Toronto Blue Jays in a 6-0 win over the New York Yankees. Halladay (14-8) chased a perfect game into the top of the fifth and a no-hitter into the sixth. He threw 111 pitches, giving up only Ramiro Pena's one-out, sixth-inning double, with three walks and nine strikeouts. Halladay did not pitch more than six innings in any of his previous three starts, all losses. Aaron Hill and Joe Inglett led Toronto with two RBI apiece.
Kevin Youkilis drove in three runs for the Boston Red Sox Sunday in a 7-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. Youkilis got his RBI with a single, double and sacrifice fly in Boston's sixth win in seven games. Rocco Baldelli hit a solo home run and Alex Gonzalez singled in a run for the Red Sox. Winning pitcher Paul Byrd (1-0), making his first appearance since September of 2008, scattered three hits in six scoreless innings.
Carlos Pena put Tampa Bay in front with a two-run homer in the fifth Monday and the Rays went on to down Toronto 12-7. Tampa Bay overcame an early three-run deficit with a 15-hit attack, most of it coming against Toronto ace Roy Halladay (13-7) -- who had his worst outing of the season, giving up eight runs and 12 hits with eight strikeouts over six innings.
Clay Buchholz got the best of Toronto ace Roy Halladay by allowing a run through six innings Wednesday, carrying Boston to a 6-1 decision over the Blue Jays. Toronto and Boston reportedly had lengthy trade discussions last month in a deal that would have sent Halladay to the Red Sox.
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