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5th no-hitter break

Bret Hart

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(from: espn insider "Elias Says")
http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=2865897

- Brett Tomko held the Marlins hitless for the first 5 1/3 innings in the Dodgers' 5-3 victory. It was the fourth time in 33 games this season that Florida failed to record a hit in the first five innings. Over the past 30 years, the only other team to be no-hit through five innings four times in its first 40 games was the 1984 Astros.

Tonight We get 5th no hitter break in first 35 games. It might be NEW record.



05/11 : FLA vs WAS
Hill & Abreu threw no-hitter until 6.0 innings. (Fish starter : Olsen)

05/09 : LA vs FLA
Tomko threw no-hitter until 5.1 innings. (Fish starter : Willis)

05/06 : SD vs FLA
Peavy threw no-hitter until 5.1 innings. (Fish starter : Olsen)

04/29 : FLA vs PHI
Moyer threw no-hitter until 6.2 innings. (Fish starter : Obermueller)

04/18 : NYM vs FLA
Maine threw no-hitter until 6.0 innings. (Fish starter : Willis)


WHAT A SHAMEFUL :banghead

Is it kinda of group sophomore jinx?

Defeated scoreless, That's ok. It's always happen in baseball.
But no-hitter is NOT.
 

Hollyberry

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I always knew this team would break all kinds of records.
 
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Don't worry, "We are a young, get-after-it, hacking ballclub" So it's all good, or atleast the coaches and players think it's good :|
 

Hotcorner

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and great pitching & defense tonight as well! :thumbup
 

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Amazingly enough, Houston was 3rd in the NL in scoring that year.
 

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I guess I'm wrong for saying that this offense isn't good.
 

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