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Nishiguchi: One Out from No-No

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Nishiguchi: One Out from No-No
Tonight (May 13, 2005) at Seibu Invoice Dome, Seibu ace Nishiguchi came one out from a no-run, no-hitter. Then, with two down in the bottom of the nineth inning, Yomiuri Giants' Shimizu at the plate, Shimizu swung and drilled the ball deep over the right field fense. For the second time in his career, Nishiguchi came one out from a no-no.

On "News Station" (channel 10 in the Tokyo area), Nishiguchi said that he was actually relieved when Shimizu swung and hit the ball out.
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Re: Nishiguchi: One Out from No-No
[ Author: BigManZam | Posted: May 14, 2005 4:59 AM | CLM Fan ]

I watched that game on the Internet. That was crazy. I think he'd be even more relieved if Shimizu struck out.
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