COMPLETE GAME NO HITTER!!!!!

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  1. Dj391

    Dj391 Walk On

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    COMPLETE GAME NO HITTER!!!!!

    YES I PITCHED A COMPLETE GAME NO HITTER AGAINST THE ORIOLES!!!!

    JAKE PEAVY IS A BEAST WENT THE WHOLE GAME ALLOWING NO HITS AT ALL!!!!

    24 K'S 0 HITS ON 90 PITCHES IN 12 INNINGS THATS WHAT MAKES IT EVEN MORE AMAZING!!!!!!........


    That is all lmao.....
     
  2. KoG CHEESEDIP

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    his slider and cutter were straight nasty, i struggled to even make contact most of the game and anything that was hit was super weak.
     
  3. Masler

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    NIIIIICE
     
  4. Basis4aDay56

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    DJ, I've got to throw the game out. It is clearly written in the rules that your starter can pitch a maximum of 9.0 innings:

    Pitch Count & Ball/Strike Ratio
    Because stamina for pitchers is so messed up in this game, we'll have a pitch count instituted. The maximum number of pitches your starter can throw is 80. The ONLY exception to this is if your starter is working on a no-hitter/perfect game or a shutout. Otherwise, he must come out at/by the 80 pitch mark. The maximum number of innings a pitcher can pitch is 9.0.
     
  5. Basis4aDay56

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    And actually, the Orioles guy didn't follow the rules either. Pay attention guys, come on.
     
  6. Dj391

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    oh come on how else would i have got the perfect game? thats history and its being erased, we both had shut outs going i thought you could keep them in if it was a shut out he was pretty tired the last 3 innings
     
  7. KoG CHEESEDIP

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    i didnt think it was a huge deal, i mean both our starters were pitching gems.
    Plus its hard to recall the rules during such a great game, but i guess rules all rules nonetheless.
     

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