Posted on: June 13, 2010 9:41 pm
Edited on: June 13, 2010 10:30 pm
When does a no-hitter turn into a no-hitter watch? Well, in Chicago, six may be enough. They're through six without a hit. Which team? Either.
Ridiculous. Both the White Sox and Cubs have struggled offensively, but this is ridiculous.
Gavin Floyd has walked two and struck out seven, while Ted Lilly has walked one, hit two and struck out three.
Top 7: Lilly is through the top of the 7th. Lilly has 97 pitches.
Bottom 7: Derrek Lee walks with one out. He's thrown out by A.J. Pierzynski after Lee tries to advance on a ball in the dirt. And then Soriano doubles for the first hit of the game -- for either freakin' team.
Top 8: Gordon Beckham is booed after trying to lay down a bunt with oen out. He misses it. And then he pops up. After Jayson Nix pops out Lilly is through 8.
Top 9: It's raining, but they're gonna try to get this in. Juan Pierre singles up the middle and that's it for the no-hitter and for Lilly. I'm sure it's Dusty Baker's fault.
And in the end, Carlos Marmol tries to find a way to lose it, but gets out of a bases loaded jam and Lilly wins.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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