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Old 05-16-2017, 06:17 AM
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Default May 17th and no no hitter yet?

Kind of surprising. Seems like there is a no-no pretty quickly in April every year, as the pitchers are usually out in front of the batters. Wonder what is the longest a season has gone without a no hitter?

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1959?
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Old 05-16-2017, 10:34 AM
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Kind of surprising. Seems like there is a no-no pretty quickly in April every year, as the pitchers are usually out in front of the batters. Wonder what is the longest a season has gone without a no hitter?

(If I missed one make believe this post never happened!)
Already been a cycle. There have been 'no hitter's by the starting pitcher only to leave because of a pitch count and not go the johan santana way..

NL no hitters are worth 90% of a AL no hitter, or AL 1.1 versus a 1 for a NL so the real question is when will there be a AL no hitter or interleague in an AL park

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Conforto of the Mets missed a cycle a few nights ago . . . by a single. How often does that happen?
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Already been a cycle. There have been 'no hitter's by the starting pitcher only to leave because of a pitch count and not go the johan santana way..

NL no hitters are worth 90% of a AL no hitter, or AL 1.1 versus a 1 for a NL so the real question is when will there be a AL no hitter or interleague in an AL park

http://www.net54baseball.com/showthr...ight=no+hitter
Your %'s would be accurate if there were 10 batters in a line-up instead of 9, if the pitcher always hit .000 and the replacement #9 (or #10 in your scenario) batter always hit 1.000, and if the opposing pitcher wasn't ever replaced by a pinch hitter.
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Default No-Hitter Trivia:

Who threw 2 no-hitters in a year that he won only 5 games?
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Who threw 2 no-hitters in a year that he won only 5 games?
Virgil "Fire" Trucks with the Tigers in the 50's.
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Virgil "Fire" Trucks with the Tigers in the 50's.


Correct! 1952 fairly amazing.
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Cripes, that's well beyond fairly amazing. That's extremely amazing. Can't believe I haven't heard that before!
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Your %'s would be accurate if there were 10 batters in a line-up instead of 9, if the pitcher always hit .000 and the replacement #9 (or #10 in your scenario) batter always hit 1.000, and if the opposing pitcher wasn't ever replaced by a pinch hitter.
It does account for it. Plus i think DH in the American league has a 10% better chance to get a hit versus a Starting pitcher plus a pinch hitter in the 9th etc..
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