Monday, June 29, 2009

NL great tosses a no-hitter

Salem's Dave Dunwoody has long been one of the NL's best pitchers. He has added his name to a very short list in The Bigs by tossing a no-hitter against the visiting Trenton Traffic in a 3-0 Salem victory. Dunwoody allowed only a 7th inning walk to Max Clifton- he retired the first 20 batters he faced. Dunwoody said after the game, "I felt great from the first inning. I really felt like I had all my pitches working". Trenton RF Cap Herrera told TBDN: "Man, he was tough. I didn't hit a ball hard all night. I mean, I knew about the guy from my Vancouver days, but I've never seen him like this. This was another level".

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