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toughguy

An 8 walk no hitter...

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Does that really count? Arizona's Edwin Jackson throws no no but gives up 8 walks. Yes it counts on the books but come on.

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There's been pitchers that have thrown no hitters and lost due to errors and walks. They're on the books. Still a great accomplishment

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Kind of reminds me of my no-hitter. Pitched against Hannaford ND as a peewee. Threw a complete game, five innings, no-hitter. We won 24-22...I walked a few, hit a few, and we had a bunch of errors.

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You gave up 22 runs...in a no hitter? heheheheheheheh grin

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I think Randy Johnson had a no-hitter early in his career with 10 walks. And I saw a game where I think it was Andy Hawkins who pitched a no-hitter for the White Sox and lost 4-0.

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Tough in todays game to throw a no hitter. Every team has a few good hitters and someone seems to always hit a ball with eyes.

A no hitter is a no hitter and a great day on the mound.

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"You gave up 22 runs...in a no hitter? heheheheheheheh "

...and the next year I began my 10 year career as a catcher.

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Reminds me of my coaching days with my sons in Little League. We were facing the best pitcher in the league who had a cannon for an arm and was undefeated till that day.

I would always make my guys take a strike before allowing them to swing but for that day I told them that nobody could swing unless they had two strikes called on them. Game went about the same as Cicada's. Guy was lightening fast but could not get his ball below my players necks. He walked a ton of batters, his coach was furious, telling me that this was not baseball and that my batters should have to swing to which I replied that if his guy would throw them something that they could hit they would swing. He eventually slowed down his fastball to get it over the plate and my guys pounded him! Game over and lesson learned!

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Eight Walks and a no-no. The hitters are scared! Nobody including Mr. Jackson knows where that ball will end up.

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