This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Throws No-Hitter At Coors Field

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This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Throws No-Hitter At Coors Field
This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Throws No-Hitter At Coors Field

On Sept. 17, 1996, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Hideo Nomo braved the elements and defied the odds to throw a no-hitter against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. The no-no was one of two Nomo tossed during his 12-year career. The second came in 2001 when Nomo, then with the Boston Red Sox, threw the first no-hitter in Camden Yards history. Nomo's historic game with the Dodgers came with the club locked in a pennant race, and was the 20th no-hitter in franchise history. He was provided ample run support, with Eric Karros, Raul Mondesi and Tim Wallach combining for five RBI. Nomo even helped his cause, connecting on an RBI single in the eighth inning. But his true magic that night was

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