» September 27, 1998:
Blue Jays rookie P Roy Halladay throws 8.2 innings of no-hit ball against the Tigers before PH Bobby Higginson hits Halladay’s first pitch for a solo HR. Toronto wins the game, 2-1.
» April 29, 1999:
It is a day for one-sided scoring as the Angels also win by 16 runs, winning 17–1 over Toronto. Blue Jay rookie starter Roy Halladay enters the game with no earned runs in 20 innings, but the Angels score seven in the 1st to end that. Andy Sheets has five RBI in the game.
» August 23, 2001:
In a 6–2 loss to the Blue Jays, it is a busy night for Twins CF Torii Hunter. Hunter throws out consecutive runners at Darrin Fletcher and Homer Bush, both trying to stretch singles. Later in the inning he bobbles a ball for an error. Roy Halladay is the winning pitcher.
» October 5, 2001:
In only the 2nd doubleheader ever played at the SkyDome (the first was 1989), the Blue Jays sweep the Indians, 5–0 and 4–3 in 11 innings. Jose Cruz Jr. leads the offense by stealing three bases and hitting a homer in his 6th straight game—a club record: he joins the 30-30 club. Roy "Doc" Halladay flirts with a no-hitter before Travis Fryman singles with two out in the 8th. Wil Cordero added a single in the 9th. Halladay lost a no-hitter in 1999 when he gave up a 2-out 9th inning home run to Bobby Higginson in his first ML win. Halladay had been sent all the way to single A Florida State league earlier in the year, following his 10.64 ERA in 2000, the worst in ML history.