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A Pitch Count in 1967: Don Wilson No-Hits the Mighty Braves

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  • A Pitch Count in 1967: Don Wilson No-Hits the Mighty Braves

    Love the terminology:

    http://www.astrosdaily.com/history/19670618/

    "...Houston Manager Grady Hatton said he thought Wilson threw the last pitch to Aaron as hard as any pitch he had thrown the entire game.

    "I am amazed at the game he threw," Hatton said. "He had thrown 155 pitches against San Francisco in his last start and we had brought him back on three days' rest where we have been on a five-man rotation. I was dying in the dugout -- this is just too hard on a manager. I should get extra pay, too..."

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    Oh man, Grady Hatton... haven't heard that name in a LONG time. That was back when I actually watched baseball (as a kid!)

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