Wednesday, September 17, 2014

No Hitters of 2014

About halfway through the year, there have been 4 no-hitters.

On May 9th, Elvis Henson beat Phoenix 1-0, walking one and striking out 7.

On June 14, Portland's Ricardo Diaz Struck out 9 Cobras, walking only Gehrig Bear, and winning 4-0.

On June 22, Florida's Doug Guzman set down the Bandits 2-0, with 2 walks and 7 strikeouts.  The very next day Mike Hoffman of the New York Knights beat Louisville 5-0, with 2 walks and 6 strikeouts.

Some other notable highlights:

6-17 Bryan Hastings pitches 10 innings for St Louis, allowing 3 hits, 0 walks, and 13 strikeouts.  He leaves a 1-1 game with a no decision, and St Louis falls in the 11th.

6-27 Pedro Lewis beats Stephen Hamburg 1-0 in probably the best pitcher's duel of the year.  Hamburg allows a second inning RBI double by Butters Stotch, and nothing else, striking out 10 in 8 innings.  Pedro pitches a 1 hitter, with zero walks and an APBA season high 15 strikeouts, for a game score of 100.

3 Homer games -

Alex Maldonado (7 RBI)
B.J. Lewis (4 RBI)
Jason Durazo (7 RBI)

Joe Young, at age 38, is having another triple crown season.  He leads both leagues with a .362 average, 23 homers, and 76 RBI.  He has played 70 of Miami's 82 games.  Kenny Anderson Jr. leads all runners with 79 steals (in 96 attempts).


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