Verlander no-hits the Brewers


Verlander no-hits the Brewers
    6/12/07: Justin Verlander hurls a no-hitter against the Brewers, striking out 12 along the way
    
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    1. Watching both of his no hitters makes me miss these days and Mario and Rod. Now we have to deal with Boring Gibby who's been ruining my life since 2015. Worst commentators ever: Kirk Gibson, Joe Buck, George Blaha, Greg Kelser, Jason Strayhorn, Ken "The Hawk" Harrelson, Fred McLeod, Austin Carr, Marv Albert, Brent Musburger, Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Ralph Lawler, Grant Napear, and Mike "Doc" Emerick. Best commentators ever: Ken Daniels, Mickey Redmond, Mario Impemba, Rod Allen, Neil Funk, Stacey King, Gary Thorne, Bill Clement, Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Don Orsillo, Dave O'Brien, Dennis Eckersley, Jerry Remy, Pat Hughes, Ron Coomer, Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies, Bill Land, Sean Elliot, Bob Fitzgerald, Jim Barnett, Frank Beckmann, Jim Brandstatter, Dan Dierdorf, Johnny Most, Chick Hearn, Joel Meyers, Bill Macdonald, and Stu Lantz.

    2. He's good and all but there was a time where everything this guy threw was called a strike by the umps. I mean, look at that first K. Lol what? No way that hit the zone.

    3. I was at this game as a little kid, wearing a Verlander Jersey. My family was from wisconsin, so we really didn't care who won. Pretty special to see a no hitter by one of baseball's greats!