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There’s a starting rotation out there that has already had three different pitchers take no-hitters into the seventh inning this year. And it’s not the Giants, Cardinals or Yankees.
It’s those Roy Halladay-free Toronto Blue Jays, of course. And according to the Elias Sports Bureau, they’re the first team since the 1967 Orioles to have three different pitchers sustain no-hit bids that long before we even flipped the calendar to June. (via Jayson Stark/ESPN)