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That was the ANdy Hawkins Oh No Hitter in July 1990 Jim Leyritz dropped a fly ball and it led to like 4 runs after a few walks.

Whats intersting is that Hawkins No Hitter counted as an offical No Hitter under teh old rules and led to the rules being changed where only 9-inning No Hitters counted and if a No Hitter is lost in Extra Innings its lost.

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This reminds me of sometime in the 60s when Harvey Haddix pitched a perfect game through 9 innings, and kept it going thru the 12th...got pulled with the perfect game intact, and LOST?!

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Second half of a single-admission doubleheader. They only play seven innings per game when that's the case. I think that's a MiLB rule, I'm not too sure.

No, they play 9 for a single admision double header in the Majors. The Yankees had one against the D-Rays I believe last year and they player 9 each game.

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When I first heard about this I was like how can something like this happen? Its impossible. Then I remembered they could advance on walks. Completely forgot they could do that but this is definitly something I have never seen or heard happen.

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Second half of a single-admission doubleheader. They only play seven innings per game when that's the case. I think that's a MiLB rule, I'm not too sure.

No, they play 9 for a single admision double header in the Majors. The Yankees had one against the D-Rays I believe last year and they player 9 each game.

He meant the minor leagues I believe.

I missed the i in MiLB in that post the first time I read it as well.

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Second half of a single-admission doubleheader. They only play seven innings per game when that's the case. I think that's a MiLB rule, I'm not too sure.

No, they play 9 for a single admision double header in the Majors. The Yankees had one against the D-Rays I believe last year and they player 9 each game.

He meant the minor leagues I believe.

I missed the i in MiLB in that post the first time I read it as well.

I knew I should have made that a capital I... :P

But yes, I did mean the minors there. I, of course, know that all major-league doubleheaders are nine innings, split-admission or same-admission.

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This reminds me of sometime in the 60s when Harvey Haddix pitched a perfect game through 9 innings, and kept it going thru the 12th...got pulled with the perfect game intact, and LOST?!

Not quite.

He was never pulled, he kept the perfect game going through 11 innings, but then there was an infield error and then Joe Adcock hit a home run, but was called out for not touching 2nd base, but the run was allowed, thus the Braves won.

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Check out this boxscore:

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Only in the minors would you see this...and that's what makes them so great. :D

Wow. a seven inning no hit loss. Ive seen something similar to the 7 inning thing before. I think officially in Minor league ball you only have to go 7 if both teams agree that they are done playing. I once saw a Rivercats Portland Beavers game where they decided they were done after 7. Of course it was the last game of the year and neither team had made the playoffs.

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