No-Hit Loss

I attended the Angels game at Dodger Stadium tonight with my son. We watched the Angels no-hit the Dodgers but lose the game. Jered Weaver and Jose Arredondo combined to no-hit the Dodgers. I took some photos of them before the game. There is also a photo of my son and I in front of the scoreboard with the zero hits. It was a bittersweet ending to see the Angels no-hit the Dodgers but actually lose.

Ironically, MLB supposedly changed the definition of a no-hitter a few years back and this game supposedly doesn’t officially qualify as a no-hitter. It doesn’t really make sense since a pitcher can pitch a complete game shutout in a 5 inning game when rained out. Either way my son and I witnessed our first ever no-hitter whether MLB wants to call it one or not. I was happy that I got to share the moment with my son. MLB cannot take away the memory of us sharing in it together.

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Rob

Lifelong Angels fan. Depeche Mode fan since 1985. Won a contest to bat against Nolan Ryan in 2003.

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