It was recently brought to my attention that Roy Halladay threw a second perfect game, and although it wasn't real, this one was for $1 million.
For the second year, 2KSports offered up $1,000,000 to the first person to complete a perfect game in "MLB2K11" as part of the MLB2K11 Perfect Game Challenge.
This season, Brian Kingrey used Phillies ace Roy Halladay in an opening day start against the Astros, and used some very interesting strategy along the way.
I certainly can't blame the 25-year-old music teacher for the matchup he chose, so he must be a smart guy. Let's hope the newest Phillies fan, who plans to thank Halladay in person, puts his money to good use.
Matt Mullin is a sports producer at philly.com. You can reach him by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Matt on Twitter: @matt_mullin