Roy Halladay no-hits his way to No. 1

Updated: October 18, 2010, 11:24 PM ET
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Roy Halladay didn't just make the most of his first playoff start -- he made the record books. The Phillies ace tossed the second no-hitter in MLB postseason history, making him a no-brainer for the top spot in this week's power rankings. But not without a little friendly competition ...

Tim Lincecum took the mound one night later and put on one of the most dominant pitching performances of the year, hurling 119 pitches and blowing 55 of them past Braves bats for a complete game shutout. Cole Hamels followed suit with a complete game of his own: series-clinching and oh-so-2008 of him.

So which playoff pitcher deserves the most cross-sport cred? Did our panel accurately rank a trio of impressive college QBs? Make your voice heard and sound off in the comments section below.

Our all-star ESPN panel: John Buccigross, Josh Elliott, Robert Flores, DJ Gallo, Jemele Hill, Dana Jacobson, Brian Kenny, Jeff MacGregor, Bram Weinstein and Trey Wingo.

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