High School's Pitchers Throw Perfect Game And No-Hitter On Same Day Pitchers at two teams at a New Mexico high school threw a perfect game and a no-hitter on the same day, according to the Carlsbad Current Argus.
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High School's Pitchers Throw Perfect Game And No-Hitter On Same Day

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High School's Pitchers Throw Perfect Game And No-Hitter On Same Day

High School's Pitchers Throw Perfect Game And No-Hitter On Same Day

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Pitchers at two teams at a New Mexico high school threw a perfect game and a no-hitter on the same day, according to the Carlsbad Current Argus.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. So is there such a thing as too perfect? In New Mexico, a pitcher for Carlsbad High School's softball team threw a perfect game. Ashley Hernandez didn't allow any runners on base. On the same day, Carlsbad High's baseball team had a game, and pitcher T.J. Ruiz threw a no-hitter. Two pitchers, same school, same day. How impossible was this? The Carlsbad Current-Argus talked to a mathematician who said the odds were 218 million to 1.

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