Every Friday, First Pitch is focused on discussion of baseball memories.
This week, I have a simple question: Have you ever witnessed a no hitter in person? If so, share who it was in the comments.
My first no hitter came on April 29, 2012 as a combined effort between Justin Wilson, Jumbo Diaz, and Doug Slaten in a 2-0 victory by Indianapolis over Durham. Wilson pitched 7.1 no-hit innings, and you can check that link for my game story.
I have not seen a no hitter at the MLB level. I’ve seen several in the minors, but the Wilson-led one stands out.
Share your game, and when you became aware that the no-hitter was a possibility.
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