Justin Verlander threw the second no-hitter of his career yesterday. The Toronto Blue Jays were the victims. Verlander struck out 4 and walked 1. He faced the minimum as the only walk went to J.P. Arencibia who turned into the first out of a double-play a few minutes later. In a related story, Yovani Gallardo of the Brewers took a no-hitter into the 8th before giving up a hit. [MLB.com, Image via Getty]
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