Skip to comments.Hitless in Seattle: Mariners No-Hit Dodgers: Millwood, five relievers combine
Posted on 06/08/2012 10:28:45 PM PDT by Hunton Peck
SEATTLE - Kevin Millwood and five Seattle relievers combined on a no-hitter, the third in franchise history, and the Mariners beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 on Friday night.
The no-hitter was the fourth in the majors this season, joining gems pitched by the Angels' Jered Weaver, the Mets' Johan Santana and White Sox right-hander Philip Humber, who threw a perfect...
It's believed to be 10th combined no-hitter in MLB history.
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Watched it from work. My colleagues think I’m nuts. BTT.
It was the 10th combined no-hitter in big league history and the first since six Astros accomplished the feat at Yankee Stadium on June 11, 2003.So, no new record; maybe a tie.
Since they are no hit, the Dodgers decide to waste an out and sacrifice the guy over to third.
Good move. There are 9 ways to score from third with less than two outs.
So, the guy hits a short fly to left. Sac fly is one way to score. Since you are no hit through 8 this is why you sacrificed the guy to third.
So, the coach holds the dude. No attempt to score!!!
What, you need a base hit for him to score??? Why did you sacrifice him to third?? No hits through 8.
Tag him up and send him in!!!It takes a perfect throw to get him. No hits through 8!!!
still no yitbos
There are 9 ways to score from 3rd with less than two outs?
Here are the ones I came up with:
1. Wild pitch
2. passed ball
4. batter grounds out
5. batter flies out, sacrifice fly
6. runner steals home
7. base hit
If the bases are loaded, then the man on 3rd scores on a walk. Is that one of the 9 ways?
Please help us out, what other ways can you score from 3rd?
Squeeze = fielders choice
Maybe that's all.
What do you think of the third base coach holding the guy? Now there are 2 outs.
I actually saw one of these multiple pitcher no hitters. I’m an O’s fan (Jim Palmer was my favorite player growing up) and I was living in the SF Bay Area in 1990’s. Baltimore was at Oakland and Bob Milacki pitched the first six innings. I think Milacki got hurt in the sixth. Then Mike Flanagan (well past his prime and pitching middle relief) came in for the 7th, Mark Williamson for the 8th and Gregg Olson for the 9th. Olson had that curve ball that was unhittable. It didn’t feel like a no hitter because of the pitching changes. Baltimore won 2-0.
So in order to get a "no-no", the pitcher (or pitchers) has to get 27 batters "out-out" without giving up a "hit-hit".
“Elian Herrera then lined out to Ryan before Ethier’s grounder ended the first no-hitter for the Mariners since Chris Bosio pitched one against Boston on April 22, 1993. Seattle’s other no-hitter was thrown by Randy Johnson against Detroit on June 2, 1990.”
3 No hitters hitters since 1990 but Mets have one since 1962( Last Night Santana gave up Back to back to back homers to Yankees).
...Waiting for San Diego.
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