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Max Scherzer Pitching Like It's 1938

The only time in baseball history that a pitcher has ever thrown back-to-back no-hitters was in 1938, when Johnny Vander Meer did so for the Reds. 263 more words


Streak over: A Nationals starter allowed a run for the first time in 48 innings

Max Scherzer’s bid for a Vander Meer — throwing back-to-back no-hitters — overshadowed another impressive piece of Nationals-related trivia as they prepared to take on the Phillies: the starting rotation’s collective scoreless innings streak. 193 more words

Max Scherzer loses his perfect game in the sixth inning

Update¬†(8:41 PM EST): It’s over. We’re a jinx, officially. Freddy Galvis broke up the perfect game with one out in the sixth inning with a double down the right field line. 128 more words

Phillies' Freddy Galvis' perfect bunt can only be explained by magic

During Monday’s game against the New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies infielder Freddy Galvis laid down a bunt so perfect it can only explained by magic. 78 more words


Just Another Typical Day Watching Phillies Baseball, The Good, Bad and the Ugly.

Yesterday was a chance to check out the farm system at the Complex, Bright House Field and follow a friend of ours on the internet. 521 more words

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