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.
FriarReb98: Love watching old baseball games, especially with early Rose & Robinson batting....
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.
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.
steveGswine: Amazing how much better baseball looks without seventeen kinds of strike zone graphics and jump cuts during an at-bat.
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.
Tellurium: It seems like there was a lot less screwing around between pitches then there is today.
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!
DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: 150 pitches? Pussy......
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