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No-hitter alert, Freddy Garcia AND Ben Sheets

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Pringle, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. Hank_Scorpio

    Hank_Scorpio Active Member

    Garret Anderson strikes out as well. Two outs in eighth.
  2. HoopsMcCann

    HoopsMcCann Active Member

    the white sox game is on wgn, fwiw
  3. Trey Beamon

    Trey Beamon Active Member

    ESPN, too. Kiss it goodbye.
  4. Moderator1

    Moderator1 Moderator Staff Member

    Over. Via a hit. Not game over.
    To quote our designer: Thank fucking God.
  5. shotglass

    shotglass Guest

  6. ChrisLittmann

    ChrisLittmann Member

    I blame ESPN.
  7. Trey Beamon

    Trey Beamon Active Member

    I blame soccer.
  8. Hank_Scorpio

    Hank_Scorpio Active Member

    I'm almost heart broken that a white sox player didn't get the perfect game. almost.
  9. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    I blame the Republicans.
  10. rgd

    rgd Guest

    I think two days later Andy Hawkins of the Yankees threw an eight-inning no-no and lost 4-0 to the White Sox at Comiskey Park. The Sox scored four runs in the seventh or eighth on a handful of errors.
  11. Johnny Dangerously

    Johnny Dangerously Well-Known Member

    July 1, 1990. That's what I was thinking about when I recalled leaving room for a no-hitter on our front page, just in case. The twist was Hawkins had played youth league ball in our city, so it was an even better story.

    I was glad I planned for it. ;)
  12. micropolitan guy

    micropolitan guy Well-Known Member

    Basseball doesn't officially recognize it but there have been two nine-inning no-hitters in the same game.

    From the web: In 1917, Fred Toney of the Cincinnati Reds and Hippo Vaughn of the Chicago Cubs squared off in a pitcher's duel that was a hitless, scoreless tie after 9 innings–the only time in baseball history that neither team has had a hit in regulation.

    The Reds got two hits in the top of the tenth inning and scored the winning run. In the bottom of the tenth, Toney retired the side and recorded a 10-inning no-hitter.

    Vaughn isn't credited with a no-hitter.
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