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Watch: Pete Walker says No-Hitters Could Lose their Luster

There have been six MLB no-hitters already in 2021, seven if you could Madison Bumgarner's seven-inning shutout. The league is already nearing the record in a modern Major League Baseball season for no-hitters, seven, and Blue Jays Pitching Coach Pete Walker said, if things continue on this pace, the feat could lose its luster a little bit.
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Happy Birthday Alex Gonzalez and Pete Walker

Alex Gonzalez turns 48 today. We’ve had two shortstops named Alex Gonzalez; this is the first. This Alex was a member of the Blue Jays from 1994 to 2001. The Jays drafted Gonzalez in the 14th round of the 1991 amateur draft. He had the best career of any player taken in that round of that draft. He rose quickly thru the Jays minor league system and started the 1994 season as the Jay’s starting SS at the age of 21, but after 15 games, he had a .151 batting average, and the Jays gave the job to Dick Schofield. It would have been good if the team had a bit more patience with him; Schofield was nearing the end of an ok career, but, by then, he wasn’t a guy you’d want to play short for you.
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