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(Cincinnati Enquirer) Video Because watching the Cubs get pwned never gets old, here's Jim Maloney throwing a 10-inning no-hitter for the Reds against the Cubs at Wrigley in '65 - in color, complete with awesome old beer commercials   (cincinnati.com) divider line 36
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2013-11-16 12:21:57 PM  
Love watching old baseball games, especially with early Rose & Robinson batting....
 
2013-11-16 12:51:31 PM  
MLB releasing full games on youtube is awesome, that is all.

/now do Dock Ellis' no-no
//I know, it's never going to happen
 
2013-11-16 01:03:19 PM  
Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.
 
2013-11-16 01:09:53 PM  

bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.


It will now happen on Opening Day.
 
2013-11-16 01:10:29 PM  

bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.


They've got one other "longest current streak" going... but I can't remember what it is...
 
2013-11-16 01:13:27 PM  

FriarReb98: Love watching old baseball games, especially with early Rose & Robinson batting....


I was listening to this the other day, and a guy was walking down the street in front of my house, and he turned around and knocked on my door and asked me what in the hell was I listening to. It's one of the oldest complete broadcasts still available.
 
2013-11-16 01:29:46 PM  
Amazing how much better baseball looks without seventeen kinds of strike zone graphics and jump cuts during an at-bat.
 
2013-11-16 02:29:51 PM  

bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.


Came here to say that. Pretty impressive. One of the few things to hang your hat on as a Cubs fan, but such as it is.
 
2013-11-16 02:48:34 PM  

fatalvenom: bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.

It will now happen on Opening Day.


And another one, the next game, for the shortest "streak" evar!.
 
2013-11-16 03:01:38 PM  
Jesus.  I was two weeks old when that game was played.  I remember Jack Brickhouse calling cubs games in my early childhood.  In the first commercial, he was behind the bar...seems appropriate.
 
2013-11-16 03:03:00 PM  
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Hey, you can see the Cubs losing!
/First thing I thought of
//CSB:  I saw it in the theater
///For $2 at a second run theater
 
2013-11-16 03:13:27 PM  

Cubs300: bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.

Came here to say that. Pretty impressive. One of the few things to hang your hat on as a Cubs fan, but such as it is.


That and the franchise has never been below .500.
 
2013-11-16 03:51:11 PM  

steveGswine: Amazing how much better baseball looks without seventeen kinds of strike zone graphics and jump cuts during an at-bat.


And the lack of 10 minutes of jock strap adjustments between pitches.

No your glove/helmet/foot pad thingy hasn't gotten loose in the past 15 seconds get your ass back in the box and take the next pitch before I die of old age
 
2013-11-16 03:52:39 PM  
UNAUTHORIZED FINGER:

I was listening to this the other day, and a guy was walking down the street in front of my house, and he turned around and knocked on my door and asked me what in the hell was I listening to. It's one of the oldest complete broadcasts still available.

That would have been great if answered the door in 50's attire,and asked him if he was from the future.
 
2013-11-16 04:03:15 PM  
I'm confused.. why is there only commercial between innings?
 
2013-11-16 04:03:50 PM  
only ONE commercial that should say...
 
2013-11-16 04:07:01 PM  
UNAUTHORIZED FINGER:

I was listening to this the other day, and a guy was walking down the street in front of my house, and he turned around and knocked on my door and asked me what in the hell was I listening to. It's one of the oldest complete broadcasts still available.

I missed the beginning I was distracted. That was Walter Johnson in 1939 calling that.
Awesome.
 
2013-11-16 04:13:16 PM  
It seems like there was a lot less screwing around between pitches then there is today.
 
2013-11-16 04:14:56 PM  

W.C.fields forever: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER:

I was listening to this the other day, and a guy was walking down the street in front of my house, and he turned around and knocked on my door and asked me what in the hell was I listening to. It's one of the oldest complete broadcasts still available.

That would have been great if answered the door in 50's attire,and asked him if he was from the future.


I must do this! :)
 
2013-11-16 04:19:59 PM  
That was very cool. Loved seeing that old broadcast uninterrupted.
 
2013-11-16 04:32:54 PM  

Tellurium: It seems like there was a lot less screwing around between pitches then there is today.


I think its because the pitch time limit is never enforced, and umps very rarely deny a request for timeout. As such, there's no sense of urgency, and over the years "drift" just sort of occurred naturally. Those playing the game today have the sense that you have all the time in the world because those that game before them did.

I would also say that pitchers adopt a leisurely pace to avoid being called for a Quick Pitch, but just like I've never seen an ump enforce the time limit, I've -never- seen a Quick Pitch called during a game, even though both are in the rulebook.
 
2013-11-16 05:09:05 PM  
Over 180 pitches. Maloney had lost a no-hitter in extra innings earlier in the season. And the announcer was right in talking about the no-hitter while in progress. Plus, Hamms!
 
2013-11-16 05:28:10 PM  

zerkalo: Over 180 pitches. Maloney had lost a no-hitter in extra innings earlier in the season. And the announcer was right in talking about the no-hitter while in progress. Plus, Hamms!


I like when the announcer said 'Bill White just homered for the Cardinals.'
And back then 'Just' meant 25 minutes earlier.

Also no batting gloves.
And no arguing balls and strikes.
Watched the whole thing,It seemed very pure.
 
2013-11-16 05:48:15 PM  
Still watching this, a bit at a time.

Pete Rose FEET FIRST slide at ~27:00.
 
2013-11-16 06:09:59 PM  
Oh, for the love of Jesus........... Frank Robinson, Pete Rose, Ernie Banks, Vada Pinson. 'Nuff said.
 
2013-11-16 06:12:51 PM  
150 pitches? Pussy......
 
2013-11-16 06:13:44 PM  

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: 150 pitches? Pussy......


I bet it wasn't even after a breakfast of chipped beef and Scotch!
 
2013-11-16 06:23:55 PM  
"I bet it wasn't even after a breakfast of chipped beef and Scotch!"

Hey, I took 3 dumps, eat 2 bowls of oatmeal, and polished my car before I threw 150 pitches, ask Alvin Dark.
 
2013-11-16 08:59:35 PM  
One of the worst no hitters in baseball history.
 
2013-11-16 09:05:38 PM  
You can still get that boat and trailer for three grand on craigslist.
 
2013-11-16 09:11:15 PM  
If it was a no hitter, the score can't be tied, so how do you get extra innings?
 
2013-11-16 09:47:53 PM  
Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: If it was a no hitter, the score can't be tied, so how do you get extra innings?

farm6.staticflickr.com
 
2013-11-16 11:20:36 PM  
Funny thing is that earlier in the year, he had pitched 9 hitless innings against the Mets, only to lose the no-no and the game on a HR in the top of the 10th! He pitched a lot better in that game - only three walks. He also pitched a 'normal' no hitter in 69 against the Astros  - a day after Don Wilson of the Astros pitched a no hitter against the Reds!
 
2013-11-17 12:14:00 AM  
Was there no balk rule in effect back then?
 
2013-11-17 12:37:20 AM  
Thank you x 100 for the tip. My childhood there, except mine was in b&w not color. That was so much fun to watch. Sox fan, but grew up on the Cubs cuz they were team that had the teevee. The minute Brickhouse came in, it was like hearing my uncle telling me to get up and get him a beer. Good times.
 
2013-11-17 01:22:43 AM  

bacongood: Later in '65, Koufax no hit the Cubs.

Since then, the Cubs have not been the victims of a no hitter.  Longest current streak.


Longest streak in baseball history.
 
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