Walsh didn’t reach a three-ball count until there was an out in the sixth inning. Facing the Shenendehowa eight-hitter, Walsh missed up, then in the dirt to fall behind 2-0. A strike followed by another ball made it 3-1. A borderline outside corner pitch was fouled off, 3-2…
McQuaid baseball won its first-ever state title on Saturday at Union-Endicott High School, 5-0, over Section II’s Shenendehowa. The Knights were led by a no-hit, one-walk, 70-pitch outing from Hunter Walsh, the first no-hitter of his life.
By BILLY HEYEN HENRIETTA, N.Y. — Canandaigua’s Cooper Crunick wished he hadn’t noticed the Pittsford Sutherland hit column. Late in Tuesday’s game, the Braves’ pitcher had been thinking to himself that the 11 hits his team had amassed was impressive. But then, beneath that number, he saw it: 0. Crunick was throwing a no-hitter, and […]
Sanchez’s no-hitter was the first no-no by a Giant since John ‘The Count’ Montefusco turned the trick against the Braves, September 29 1976. The no-hitter also was the first in the Giants’ 10-year old home by the Bay. What is the name of that place now?