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(ESPN)   Twenty-seven outs in a row, no walks, no errors. Congratulations on your perfect.....wait, what?   (scores.espn.go.com) divider line 4
    More: Sad, Shelby Miller, Rockies, shoestring catch, Mike Matheny, Jon Garland, one-hitters, Baseball Tonight, Jon Lester  
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2013-05-11 08:45:03 PM  
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coffee fiend: Oh yeah, here's a message from Carp to everyone who thought he was done:
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Jesus H. Farking Christ....

I inhaled, and choked on my drink when I saw that.

Well done
2013-05-11 09:33:38 AM  
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at this point, I think the list of guys who recorded 27 straight outs and didn't get a perfect game is shorter than the list of perfect games.
2013-05-11 07:45:37 AM  
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INeedAName: If I were a pitcher, and was going to miss getting a perfect game because of one hit, this is the way I would want it to go. No stress, just pitch your balls off.


Very punny.

Shelby Miller has been pretty good for the Cardinals since he came up from the minors late last season.

It's nice seeing the Cardinals pitching making the news for not sucking. Although since they sent Boggs and Rzepczynski down to Memphis, the pitching has phenomenally gotten better.
2013-05-11 07:25:05 AM  
1 votes:
If I were a pitcher, and was going to miss getting a perfect game because of one hit, this is the way I would want it to go. No stress, just pitch your balls off.
 
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