What It All (John) Means For The Seattle Mariners

Cinco De Mayo, in baseball history, is a prime pitching anniversary. On May 5, 1904, Cy Young threw the first Perfect Game ever. 

Fast forward to May 5, 2021, and a Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher who’d never pitched beyond the 7th inning, John Means, featuring a fastball with late life, that tops at 95 MPH, who also entered the game May 5, 2021, with the American League’s 3rd best ERA 1.70; earned his own gem, and his own place in baseball and Baltimore Oriole history, on the strength of a sterling no-hitter after 9 innings against the Seattle Mariners. Means bested M’s starter, Yusei Kikuchi, who took a no-hitter through

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