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August 31, 2015
Frank Robinson-80
Edwin Moses-60
Hideo Nomo-47
Tim Raines Jr.-36
Larry Fitzgerald-32
Ryan Kesler-31
Matt Adams-27
1990: There is nothing more American than a father and son playing baseball together. For Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. the two make history playing together with the Seattle Mariners. The senior Griffey was winding down a solid 20 year career while his son in his second season was on the verge of superstardom. Each Griffey collect a hit and score a run as the Mariners beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 at the Kingdome.
1. Jake Arrieta

CG, 0 H, 0 R, 12 K

Derek Holland

MLB vs Bal
CG, 3 H, 0 R, 11 K

Stephen Drew

MLB @ Atl
4-4, HR, 4 RBI
Jake from Chicago
Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs is making a serious push for the Cy Young Award in the National League. On Sunday he made history by pitching the sixth No Hitter of the season beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-0 with 12 strikeouts including three in the ninth inning. The Dodgers also made history on Sunday Night, but one they would rather forget becoming the first team in 92 years to been No Hit twice in a ten game span, when the Philadelphia Athletics were No Hit twice in four days in 1923. The No Hitter does have some slight controversy, when Enrique Hernandez hit a hot shot at Starlin Castro in the third inning. The ball bounced off the Cubs second baseman and was ruled an error. The Dodgers and Hernandez both felt the play should have been ruled a hit. With the win Jake Arrieta became the first 17 game winner in the majors, his ERA now at 2.11 ranks second, while his 190 strikeouts are fourth best in the National League.
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