Frank Deford, journalist, 1938-2017.
Took an ugly hack at a cutter. There have been two postseason-no hitters in the history of baseball. All rights reserved.
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Lou Duva, boxing, 1922-2017. Pages using ISBN magic links. Wayne Wester, golf, 1961-2017. There have been twelve combined no-hitters. Roy Halladay.
Maybe some day -- maybe in a month, maybe in a year, maybe in half a century or so -- Roy Halladay will come to understand what he did Wednesday on a baseball field in Philadelphia. And that was even more true today. Perhaps most impressively, Halladay threw just 98 pitches over the ten innings, and the official game time was a remarkably brisk 2: The baseball went one way. But when a guy's pounding the zone like that, and is in the zone like that, none of that really works.
Bryan Murray, hockey, 1942-2017. The most no-hitters in a single season was 1884 in which twelve were thrown, followed by 1990 with 9 and 1991 with 8.
September 27, 1998: Rhona Wise, EPA. Next was pinch hitter Miguel Cairo , a member of the Phillies' postseason roster 12 months ago. Once his offense handed him four runs in the first two innings -- a rally that featured an RBI hit by a pitcher who was in the process of allowing no hits -- he was going to win, going to dominate. Lo Siguiente.