This is a tale of two no-hit bids with two very different places in history, all because baseball still can't bring itself to acknowledge the invention of a scary, futuristic innovation known as "modern technology."
One of those games was tossed last June by Armando Galarraga. You know what happened that night. Do you ever.
The other was authored Tuesday by Francisco Liriano. Unlike Galarraga, he made it through the 27th out, hugged his catcher, etched ...
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