• Felix's perfect game adds to Mariners' no-no history

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Aug 15, 2012
    In the eighth, the Dodgers pushed runners to second and third with one out before Lucas Luetge and Brandon League shut the door and preserved the no-no. In a season that had already featured five no-hitters, including two perfect games, Felix Hernandez added another gem to the pile. Not only did manager Eric Wedge need to rifle through five relievers following Kevin Millwood's departure with a groin injury after six frames, but the Mariners needed a two-out seventh-inning rally to break through themselves and win, 1-0. "When you win a 1-0 ballgame in that fashion, so many different people have to step up, defensively and on the mound," Wedge said, "and that's what you saw."
    Source: MLB.com
  • The Perfect Scenario

    Felix Hernandez has been unhittable lately and the Rays have been on the wrong end of history-making pitching performances. It all added up to a perfect game, writes Jay Jaffe.
    Source: CNNSI.com
  • Perfection attaches itself to Rays in wrong way

    Since 2009, the Rays have been no-hit four times, making them the only team to be no-hit more than once over the past four seasons.
    Source: MLB.com

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