Daily Archives: July 25, 2015
If this is Cole Hamels final game with the Phillies, what a way to go!
The Phillies should take advantage and trade Hamels RIGHT NOW before anyone thinks he has any arm issues. Getting an ace fresh off of a no hitter?
I think he is in good shape.
This is also the first no hitter thrown against the Cubs since Sandy Koufax in 1965. A cool fact but the end of a Twitter account called @CubsNoHitStreak which reminded the world of their ability to break up no nos in every game since.
Alas, it is no more.
No. 7,921: Cole Hamels has no-hit the Cubs. The Streak dies.
— Cubs No-Hit Streak (@CubsNoHitStreak) July 25, 2015
A few more thoughts… Cole Hamels has started more no hitters since September 1, 2014 than the Padres and Mets have had in their history combined.
But his last no hitter was a combined one, so that means Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon are off the list now.
They didn’t last long… not as long as Indians pitcher Len Barker who has been on this list since 1981.
It is time to update my list!
Bill Mueller’s legacy among Red Sox fans has been short changed. Imagine how 2004 would have ended without him!
I wound up having a disagreement with a Red Sox fan named @commycon about that topic.
Plus I give the Mets faint praise for an OK deal.
It is a giving players their due on episode 1,005 for The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Jose Quintana, Andrew Cashner, Trevor Plouffe, Carlos Gonzalez, Mike Trout, Patrick Corbin, Chris Tilman and Chris Coghlan all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball