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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 11:59am
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Three No-Hitters

I've worked three high school games so far this year - two behind the dish and one on the bases.
I've had no-hitters thrown in each of the three.

Two were in the first round of a preseason invitational tournament, and the other was a non-conference game that I thought would be pretty good.

I can't remember three no-hitters in a season, much less the first three games.
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 12:05pm
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You shouldn't have said anything. No doubt you've angered the baseball gods, and the rest of your season will be 7+ inning, 28-27 slugfests that take over 4 hours to play.
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 01:30pm
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I've worked three high school games so far this year - two behind the dish and one on the bases.
I've had no-hitters thrown in each of the three.

Two were in the first round of a preseason invitational tournament, and the other was a non-conference game that I thought would be pretty good.

I can't remember three no-hitters in a season, much less the first three games.
Any coach that throws a kid all seven innings in a pre-season tournament game should re-examine all of his priorities. Quitting coaching should be something he considers while he's at it.

But aside from that, three no-nos in a row is astonishingly great. Wow! May never happen again in your life.
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 01:59pm
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Actually, the run rule got one of them in five (kid probably didn't throw 60 pitches), and in the other tournament game two pitchers teamed up to pitch the no-no.

It was in the high 70's here last week, and some teams have been playing for about two weeks.
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 04:00pm
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I consider it a no hitter when the ball no hit me!
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 05:29pm
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I once had a double no-hitter. Squeeze bunt in bottom of 7th won it.
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 09:58pm
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You shouldn't have said anything. No doubt you've angered the baseball gods, and the rest of your season will be 7+ inning, 28-27 slugfests that take over 4 hours to play.
exactly what I was thinking
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Old Wed Mar 11, 2009, 10:28pm
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Cardfan, I'm glad to hear they weren't exploiting their pitchers just to get no-nos.
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