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    Billy Wagner No-Hitter.....sort of.

    9 G, 9 IP, 0 H, 2 BB, 9 K, 4 SV

    Hey, as a Mets fan, I'll take it. It's probably the only no-hitter I'll ever see in a Mets uniform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ven0m View Post
    9 G, 9 IP, 0 H, 2 BB, 9 K, 4 SV

    Hey, as a Mets fan, I'll take it. It's probably the only no-hitter I'll ever see in a Mets uniform.
    lol.

    He and Joe Smith have been great. Hopefull Wags can keep this up in some high pressure situations down the stretch.

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    In some ways, I think it's more impressive then your traditional no-hitter, because you have to be on your game 9 straight outings, against many different teams. Your average pitcher could just have one fluke game and get a no hitter, I think this takes more skill to do it day in and day out.

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    Riveras had a hell of a year so far too. Cheers to NY Closers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ven0m View Post
    In some ways, I think it's more impressive then your traditional no-hitter, because you have to be on your game 9 straight outings, against many different teams. Your average pitcher could just have one fluke game and get a no hitter, I think this takes more skill to do it day in and day out.
    Thats a good point, but you can't forget that when hitters see the same pitchers 3 times in one game they can adjust to what there throwing.

    But yeah, its still a great performance.

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    Dirty, Wags and Joe Smith have been good. Feliciano and Show have been decent. Heilman and Sosa have been awful.

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