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Thread: The No-No Thread

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    The No-No Thread

    Everyone loves the possibility of the no-hitter/perfect game. As I skim through the box scores on gameday each night, I'm always interested when I see a pitcher has yet to give up a hit through 3+ innings. I think we should have a catch-all thread dedicated to games where a no-no could be thrown.

    For those of you interested, the Blue Jays' Casey Janssen is perfect through 5 against the Angels tonight.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Nice. If I see a pitcher has a no-hitter or perfect game going, I always try to follow the game on ESPN's gamecast -- much like I do for all Red Sox games.
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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Got McPherson to start the 6th, but then Quinlann singled. On to tomorrow.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Let's just rename this the "jinx thread".

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    Where's Nomo when you need him?

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by yeszir View Post
    Let's just rename this the "jinx thread".
    Heheh, it appears to have done that.

    I cheer for the no-hitter (unless it's for the Yankees), so that wasn't the intent here. Besides, isn't the jinx when you mention it to the pitcher? Unless they are online in the dugout between innings, I doubt they are reading this.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Jeff Francis has yet to give up a hit to the Jays through 5.

    EDIT: He gives up a hit to start the 6th. This thread sucks. ABORT! ABORT! ABORT!

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by yeszir View Post
    Let's just rename this the "jinx thread".
    My exact thoughts when I read the original post.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    When was the last no-hitter? Was there one last season?


    If not, my guess for the last no-no is RJ's PG.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    I believe it was the PG by Randy, I don't recall any no hitters last year.
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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by yeszir View Post
    Let's just rename this the "jinx thread".
    yeah, tell me about it. :lol:
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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    When was the last no-hitter? Was there one last season?


    If not, my guess for the last no-no is RJ's PG.

    I thought it was Millwood.
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    Re: The No-No Thread

    last no-hitter was RJ's in 2004

    http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/stats/nohitters

    and before that was the Astros combined no-no against the Yankees in 2003.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    didn't burnett walk 9 guys in his no-hitter. and whos bud smith? i still love the astros 6 pitcher no-hitter against the yankees.

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    Re: The No-No Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Coco's Disciples View Post
    didn't burnett walk 9 guys in his no-hitter. and whos bud smith?
    Burnett did have 9 BB and 7 K's

    Bud Smith has only pitched in 27 MLB games in his career all with the cardinals. He was 7-8 with an era of 4.95 with the Cardinals and is now in the Twins minor leagues.

    http://www.thebaseballcube.com/playe...ud-smith.shtml

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