Speaking as a Jays fan, following that game to the end was an exercise in nerve-wracking intrigue. With every out, the tension mounted, and my productivity at work dropped. Anyway, you're probably wondering why I'm bringing this up. Well, it's because starting on about Wednesday, we looked at the scoreboard and thought, "hmmm, ol' Teddy's looking at a no-no." As the days and hours passed, the chances of the no-hitter increased, as did the tension. And when the final whistle sounded at 9 a.m. this morning?
|Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt||19 (100%)|
|Baxter Harris||0 (0%)|
Next week, we'll watch James Madison match up with Mays Gilliam from Head of State.