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And Then There Were 5 Teams Left: MLB Shutout Survivor 2014 Contest

Harang, who was part of four organizations in the last year, no hit the Mets for 7 Innings before coming out of the game for Atlanta last night.  While the Relief Core could not keep the no-hitter intact, they kept the Shutout, thus eliminating the Mets from the 2014 Shutout Survivor competition.

Harang, who was part of four organizations in the last year, no hit the Mets for 7 Innings before coming out of the game for Atlanta last night – after 121 pitches thrown. While the Relief Core could not keep the no-hitter intact, they kept the Shutout, thus eliminating the Mets from the 2014 Shutout Survivor competition.  Harang has been lights out for the Braves this year, as that was his second game carrying a no – hitter into the 7th inning already.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner):

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Eliminated Last Night are the Mets, Twins and White Sox.

In this post, which we are also going to feature in a Subpage at the site called ‘Shutout Survivor’, we will document who wins this race for all 30 MLB Teams, meaning we will state the date a teams gets Shutout for the 1st time of the year.

After the games on Apr.18th, there are 25 teams taken out of this competition.  The AL still has 3 teams remaining in this and the NL has 2  The NL Central and AL East and NL East are completely eliminated as well.

Should be a great contest to see who can be the last team to score zero runs in a game.

5 teams yet to be blanked:  Rockies, Dodgers, Indians, Rangers and Angels.

The Rangers are starting to heat up with their 10 - 7 record in the AL West.  Last night, they blanked the White Sox 12 - 0, after obliterating Starting Pitcher Felipe Paulino.  Texas is one of 5 teams left that have not scored 0 runs in a contest so far for the 2014 campaign.

The Rangers are starting to heat up with their 10 – 7 record in the AL West. Last night, they blanked the White Sox 12 – 0, after obliterating Starting Pitcher Felipe Paulino. Texas is one of 5 teams left that have not scored 0 runs in a contest so far for the 2014 campaign.  The White Sox were not the only AL Central team to be blanked for the 1st time in 2014, as the Twins also were bageled.  The Indians are the last team out of the division left for the category.

AL East

New York – Eliminated Apr.5

Toronto – Eliminated Apr.17

Boston – Eliminated Apr.6

Baltimore – Eliminated Apr.11

Tampa Bay – Eliminated Apr.2

AL Central

Detroit – Eliminated – Apr.11

Kansas City – Eliminated Apr 8th

Chicago White Sox – Eliminated Apr.18th

Cleveland Indians –

AL West

Oakland – Eliminated Mar.31st

Texas –

LA Angels –

Seattle – Eliminated Apr.09

Houston – Eliminated Apr.11

NL

NL East

Atlanta – Eliminated Mar.31st

Washington – Eliminated Apr.17

NY Mets – Eliminated Apr,.18

Miami Marlins – Eliminated Apr.08

Philadelphia Phillies – Eliminated Apr.16

NL Central

St. Louis Cardinals – Eliminated Apr.02

Cincinnati Reds – Eliminated Mar.31

Milwaukee Brewers – Eliminated Apr.02

Chicago Cubs – Eliminated Mar.31

Pittsburgh Pirates – Eliminated Apr.16

NL West

LA Dodgers –

SF Giants – Eliminated Apr.12

Arizona Diamondbacks – Eliminated Apr.02

San Diego Padres – Eliminated Apr.05

Colorado Rockies –

The Rockies used an 18 hit barrage on Friday night to paste the Phillies 12 - 1.  Considering they have Coors Field - plus an electric offense regardless - with TULO back in the lineup, they may win this thing in 2014.

The Rockies used an 18 hit barrage on Friday night to paste the Phillies 12 – 1. Considering they have Coors Field – plus an electric offense regardless – with TULO back in the lineup, they may be the last team to be Shutout in 2014.

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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