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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Articles tagged: no hitters

Tim Lincecum pitches no-hitter against Padres

Your browser does not support iframes. Tim Lincecum just owns the Padres. The two-time NL Cy Young Award winner on Wednesday no-hit the Padres for the second time in his career. Lincecum struck out six and walked one while getting the win in the Giants’ 4-0 victory. A walk to Chase Headley’ in the second…Read More

Josh Beckett throws no-hitter against Phillies

Josh Beckett has been pretty sharp for the Dodgers this season, but he really had his best stuff working on Sunday when he no-hit the Philadelphia Phillies in a 6-0 win to give the Dodgers a series win. Beckett walked three and struck out six and had plenty of suspense while getting the no-hitter. He…Read More

Minor Leaguer Luis Mendoza Has No-Hitter Taken Away Two Days Later

Imagine you were a pitcher. Now, imagine you had a no-hitter going into the ninth and a ball was ripped to left field, bouncing off the left fielder’s glove. Now, imagine said play was ruled an error even though it looked like a hit, keeping your no-hitter intact. Next, imagine the official scorer overturning his…Read More

Tough to Be Brandon Morrow

There’s nothing worse than losing a no-hitter or perfect game with two out in the 9th.  When it happens at the hands of a seeing-eye ground ball, it’s even more painful.  When it happens because the umpire blows a call, it’s excruciating.  Unfortunately for Torono Blue Jays pitcher Brandon Morrow, a hit is a hit…Read More

Tigers Injuries Assisted in No-Hitter

This season in baseball has already been termed the “Year of the Pitcher” for excellent reason. Edwin Jackson and Ubaldo Jimenez both have thrown no-hitters, Roy Halladay and Dallas Braden tossed perfect games, and Armando Galarraga had a 28 out perfect game. Matt Garza joined the party by no-hitting the Tigers on Monday night, becoming…Read More

Ubaldo Jimenez Throws Colorado’s First No-Hitter

It took the Colorado Rockies franchise 18 years to experience one of the most exciting moments in professional baseball — 9 innings of no-hit baseball.  With a fastball that topped out in the high 90’s the entire game, Ubaldo Jimenez became the first Rockies pitcher ever to record a no-hitter when he defeated the Atlanta…Read More

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