Though the reports were that the velocity on his fastball wasn't anything to get excited about (reports are it topped out at 89 mph), Halladay showed uncanny strength by working six innings with 87 pitches. He appeared to tire at the end of his stint, allowing a homer and two runs in the sixth.
In six innings, Halladay left the game trailing, 3-2. He gave up three runs on six hits and three walks. He struck out four and got 10 of his outs on grounders.
Halladay is expected to make another rehab start in five days. The location has yet to be determined.