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Jake Arrieta No-Hits Reds
Cubs ace Jake Arrieta was lights out last night. The hard-throwing righty threw his second career no-hitter in the Cubs 16-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds and the first in the MLB this season.
Arrieta achieved the feat on 119 pitches that included 4 walks and 6 strikeouts...
Max Scherzer’s Near Perfecto Bid Ends in No-Hitter [VIDEO]
Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer was 1 strike away from a perfect game when on a 2-2 count threw inside on the pinch-hitter Jose Tabata.  The pitch hit Tabata on the elbow, but not without controversy.  On the pitch, Tabata seemed to lean into the pitch which wasn't very far off …
Cincinnati’s Homer Bailey No Hits The Giants
The last time a pitcher threw a no hitter in the majors was Homer Bailey of the Reds. Make that the last 2 now. Bailey tosses a gem as the Reds shut out the defending champion Giants 3-0 and picks up his 2nd no hitter of his career.
Bailey spun the last no hitter, back on September 28th,2012...
No-Hitter Vs. Two One-Hitters: Which Would You Prefer?
New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey has been crazy good this season, sitting with an 11-1 record after throwing back-to-back one-hitters. Before today's show, Noe and I discussed which we would prefer to do: throw a no-hitter, or throw a pair of one-hitters...
Lame Fan Traditions
We always talk about traditions in sports.  The Pinstripes, the "Play Like A Champion" sign at Notre Dame and the 7th inning stretch are all examples of cool traditions.
Let's face it, traditions are what brings fans together, and in some cases, show your loyalty to a…