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Ubaldo Jimenez No Hitter.

Zack SmithContributor IApril 20, 2010

Ubaldo Jimenez pitched Rockies first franchise no hitter.He was saved by OF Dexter Fowler,with the great diving catch,if Fowler didn't catch the runner would prob ally get a triple.


Mets vs Cardinals,20 innings 6 hours,as the mets hang on to win 2-1 on an sacrifice fly.That was the first 20 inning lose by the St. Lois Cardinals.



The Chicago White Sox with a 4-9 start,but its only the beginning of the season 149 games left.With Peavy Ready He Should Be Able To Turn It Around This Year.With Beckham,Ramirez,and Pierre the Sox have a great  advantage in speed.


June 23 1917 the first no hitter was pitched,and Babe Ruth was the starting pitcher,he walked the first batter and then got ejected for arguing with an umpire.The Ernie Shore came in and  retired the next 26 batters.



The Longest baseball game in history was in 1981,and it was a triple-a  game.The game was 8:25,with 33 innings.


In 1904 the worst start occured with a former baseball team the Washington Senetors,with a 1-16 start.


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