Which Has Been the Most Impressive Pitching Performance in 2010? The summer of 2010 has been a friendly one for major league pitchers.

From Ubaldo Jimenez to Matt Garza, there have been plenty edge-of-your-seat pitching performances all year long in both the American and National Leagues.

Here's a list of 2010 no-nos.

April 17: Jimenez, Colorado at Atlanta, 4-0
May 9: Dallas Braden, Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, 4-0*
May 29: Roy Halladay, Philadelphia at Florida, 1-0*
June 26: Edwin Jackson, Arizona at Tampa Bay, 1-0
July 26: Garza, Tampa Bay vs. Detroit, 5-0

*Perfect game

There also have been a handful of near-no-nos that were broken up in the ninth inning this season.

June 2: Armando Galarraga, Detroit vs. Cleveland, Jason Donald two-out single^
June 13: Ted Lilly, Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox, pinch hitter Juan Pierre no-out single^
July 10: Travis Wood, Cincinnati at Philadelphia, Carlos Ruiz no-out double
Aug. 8: Brandon Morrow, Toronto vs. Tampa Bay, Evan Longoria two-out single

^Broke up perfect game 

So which performance has been the most impressive this season? Text 'SOX1' to 542542 for Roy Halladay's perfect game against the Marlins. Text 'SOX2' to 542542 for Dallas Braden's perfect game against the A's. Text 'SOX3' to 542542 for Brandon Morrow's 17-K one-hitter against the Rays.

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