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Monday, September 15, 2008
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metsfan @donkeypuncher that would be awesome, but i’m about to start watching, so there’s no way…

[Mark Loretta, the first batter I watch, gets the first hit of the game off of Ted Lilly. In the 7th inning.]

metsfan @donkeypuncher told you. my fault.


donkeypuncher @metsfan damn you!

thisisnotapril Icon_red_lock @donkeypuncher @metsfan @maigrey if alan is runing anything that has to do with the Cubs, i am all for it.

Update: That was the Astros only hit of the game, though Lilly came out after the 7th.

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Posted by alan to baseball at 12:42 pm PT | Link | Comments (2)

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Comment by Poker Cats
2008-09-15 14:44:48

Maybe Lilly should have charged the plate and run over Loretta to preserve his no-hitter. But then, maybe he would have received a “1-hitter” from Loretta anyway.

Comment by brad
2008-09-15 19:26:11

eh, from what i hear there was an error earlier in the game that should’ve gone as a hit but was scored an error because of the nono, and that’s no way to pitch a nono.

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