Jump to content

Clay Bucholz throws a no-hitter


AndrewPF

Recommended Posts

It sucks being an Oriole fan, that is all I can say.

It has sucked for about 15 years now....but has REALLLLLLY sucked since Cal's departure...

O's fan...face it...until that ambulance chaser of an owner you have is gone...you're team will be nothing more than than of last weeks entertainment section of The Sun in the bottom of a parakeets cage

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Nice job by Buchholz, he certainly deserves his no-hitter. How about that play by Dustin Pedroia, though? I was flipping back and fourth from the Indians game and I saw that play. What amazed me even more about that play is how fast he threw the ball to first place. Buchholz was wicked today. That changeup is straight up nasty. Nice job, Clay.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Simply the greatest pitching performance ever. At least that's how it will play in Boston and on ESPN. Seriously though, throwing a no-hitter in your second major league start is pretty amazing. Congrats to the kid.

You do realize there's such a thing as a perfect game, correct?

Plus, there was a better no-no this season by Verlander. He no-hit a first place team, not the Bore-ioles.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Buchholz is the only the second pitcher to throw one in his second career start. Wilson Alvarez is the other, in case you're wondering.

And that yacker the kid tossed to polish off Markakis was just filthy. There was no way Markakis was going to swing at that. Fantastic job by the kid.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I congratulate the kid for performing a feat that is incredibly hard no matter the opponent (no hitting a MLB team). I congratulate the Red Sox on apparently developing another starter. A sick pitching staff gets sicker.

--------------------------------------------------------------

I'd just like to know why the Cardinals can never develop a rookie who can do this.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I congratulate the kid for performing a feat that is incredibly hard no matter the opponent (no hitting a MLB team). I congratulate the Red Sox on apparently developing another starter. A sick pitching staff gets sicker.

--------------------------------------------------------------

I'd just like to know why the Cardinals can never develop a rookie who can do this.

It's not like they haven't tried before.... it's just that it took him sometime for him to develop into an outfielder instead.... ^_^

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Simply the greatest pitching performance ever. At least that's how it will play in Boston and on ESPN. Seriously though, throwing a no-hitter in your second major league start is pretty amazing. Congrats to the kid.

You do realize there's such a thing as a perfect game, correct?

Plus, there was a better no-no this season by Verlander. He no-hit a first place team, not the Bore-ioles.

No way. Really? Gosh, in all my years of playing and following baseball you would think I would have heard of this perfect game thing at some point. Thank goodness for google.

You do realize there is such a thing as sarcasm, correct?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Simply the greatest pitching performance ever. At least that's how it will play in Boston and on ESPN. Seriously though, throwing a no-hitter in your second major league start is pretty amazing. Congrats to the kid.

You do realize there's such a thing as a perfect game, correct?

Plus, there was a better no-no this season by Verlander. He no-hit a first place team, not the Bore-ioles.

No way. Really? Gosh, in all my years of playing and following baseball you would think I would have heard of this perfect game thing at some point. Thank goodness for google.

You do realize there is such a thing as sarcasm, correct?

Well, it's pretty tought o pick up sarcasm on a messageboard. You sounded serious. My apologies.

Regardless, great performance by the rookie, regardless of who he was playing against. I'm still pulling for New York to win that division, but hey, I can respect a great game.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Simply the greatest pitching performance ever. At least that's how it will play in Boston and on ESPN. Seriously though, throwing a no-hitter in your second major league start is pretty amazing. Congrats to the kid.

You do realize there's such a thing as a perfect game, correct?

Plus, there was a better no-no this season by Verlander. He no-hit a first place team, not the Bore-ioles.

No way. Really? Gosh, in all my years of playing and following baseball you would think I would have heard of this perfect game thing at some point. Thank goodness for google.

You do realize there is such a thing as sarcasm, correct?

Well, it's pretty tought o pick up sarcasm on a messageboard. You sounded serious. My apologies.

Regardless, great performance by the rookie, regardless of who he was playing against. I'm still pulling for New York to win that division, but hey, I can respect a great game.

Take note of the words in bold from my original post. I'd say message board or not it was pretty much a dead giveaway. Read closer next time. :D

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.