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Old Mon Apr 02, 2007, 11:41am
deecee deecee is offline
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I know it's only April 2, but on May 2, 1917 (almost 90 years ago, depending on how many significant digits you're using) opposing pitchers for the Cubs and Reds pitched no-hitters against each other in the same game. Fred Tony of Cincinnati maintained his no-hitter through the 10th inning, when the Reds finally got to Chicago's Hippo Vaughn for two hits and an unearned run. The Reds won, 1-0.
i remember that game -- my pops and I were there and we had great seats right behind the dugout. then that damn steve bartman messed everything up in the 10th.
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