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I don't know what's more depressing - spending the weekend in the most depressing college town in the United States (Morgantown, WV) or coming home to watch us get no hit by the Marlins.
If this holds up it will be the first-ever no-hitter against the Nationals since the move; the last no-no against the combined Expos/Nationals franchise was on 18th July 1999, by David Cone of the Yankees in an interleague match (score 6-nil). The last no-hitter against the Expos by a National Leaguer was by Tommy Greene of the Phillies on 23rd May 1991 (score 2-nil).Marlins pitchers have thrown four no-hitters...most recently by today's starter against the Diamondbacks on 6th September 2006 (score 2-nil).
I don't remember a no-hitter against the Nats, and I can remember back to 1953...which covers some pretty awful teams '54-58 and '61-65. Watched Pascual carry a no-hitter into the 8th a couple of times, and Dick Bosman threw several one-hitters.AND this game won't be a no-hitter, at least.
Should have taken a couch to burn.
Does Hanley's body language say, "I want out of Florida or what"?
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