Tag "No-Hitter"

Cubs Made History By Tossing No-No in LA

On the 66th anniversary of Sandy Koufax’s MLB debut, the Chicago Cubs’ pitching staff threw its first ever combined no-hitter in franchise history at Dodger Stadium. The final out of Thursday night’s 4-0 Cubs win was recorded by closer Craig Kimbrel. For the MLB’s active saves leader, making history wasn’t on his mind.

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Homecoming Domination: Corey Kluber Tosses No-Hitter

For the second straight day, and sixth time this season, a pitcher tossed a no-hitter. On Wednesday night, Texas high school native Corey Kluber was near perfect against the Texas Rangers.

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Buck-Guys Talk: We Are Talking Hoops

For the first time this year, Buck-Guys Talk really dives into the current state of the NBA. We also take a look at the current landscape of the MLB season. Finally, would you trade Baker Mayfield for Aaron Rodgers?

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Wade Miley: Renaissance Man?

There was a fair chance Wade Miley never even would have taken the mound on Friday night. Cleveland was pelted by rain, causing an 83-minute delay of the start of the Indians’ Ohio Cup matchup with the Cincinnati Reds, but it was just another anomaly in the baseball life of Miley.

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Carlos Rodon’s Dominance vs. Cleveland

The first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history was thrown by Joe Musgrove and on April 14th, Chicago’s Carlos Rodon added to the season total of no-nos. Healthy and a part of Chicago’s rotation again, Rodon was ready for business. And thus far, he has shown exactly that.

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