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9/01 @1.10 PM TWINS at TIGERS

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Besides the no hitter JV hit the elusive 100 game score.  Only the 15th time it has ever been done in a 9 inning game.   

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12 minutes ago, RandyMarsh said:

Besides the no hitter JV hit the elusive 100 game score.  Only the 15th time it has ever been done in a 9 inning game.   

There may be other pitchers as good or better in some aspects than JV, but I don't think anyone else in this era produces a break chart like this. His FB is just ridiculous. 14 whiffs just on the FB.

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I know it's an old fashioned stat and all....but RuleV Reyes creeping up on a .300 batting average.

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As per ESPN, only one other pitcher has thrown a solo no-hitter this year. This is probably another result of the rabbit ball. It's dominant FB pitchers like JV that are the best candidates to throw no-hitters but since they throw hard, they are among the pitchers most hurt by the live ball.

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His xBA was only .064, so judging by the quality of contact he was only expected to give up between 1 and 2 hits.    I don't know if any no hitter was better than that.  

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So assuming we are "competing' in 2022 what are the odds that the combination of Rogers, Perez and Cameron will be contributing more on the MLB level that one Justin "No-No" Verlander will be ?

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I seem to remember Clemens having a 1 hitter that was super dominant.

 

Scherzer's no hitter against the Mets and his other one were both pretty dominant.

Not sure what the xBA was.

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5 minutes ago, socaltiger said:

So assuming we are "competing' in 2022 what are the odds that the combination of Rogers, Perez and Cameron will be contributing more on the MLB level that one Justin "No-No" Verlander will be ?

There might be a decent chance that Rogers, Cameron, and Perez are all out of the Tigers organization by the end of 2022.  When position players can't hit and pitchers can't pitch...you know.

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5 hours ago, chasfh said:

If they’re still around, hug your parents tight and tell them you love them.

They are but they live 12 hours away. 

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