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New History Made: Philadelphia Phillies’ Pitcher Michael Lorenzen Throws The 14th No-Hitter In Franchise History

New History Made: Philadelphia Phillies' Pitcher Michael Lorenzen Throws The 14th No-Hitter In Franchise History|CNN

Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Michael Lorenzen made history in his second game with the Philadelphia Phillies by throwing the team’s 14th no-hitter. This impressive performance followed a strong debut in which he helped the Phillies win against the Miami Marlins.

Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Michael Lorenzen made the 14th no-hitter in franchise history.| Yahoo Sports

Manager Rob Thomson had high expectations for Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, Lorenzen’s home debut, and he exceeded them by a wide margin.

The Philadelphia Phillies pitcher had a great start for the Phillies against the Miami Marlins, winning 4-2. The Phillies manager expected Lorenzen’s next game at Citizens Bank Park to be just as good, and he exceeded all expectations by pitching a no-hitter against the Nationals.

Rob Thompson said that he hoped that the Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, pitches like he did in Miami, but the Philadelphia Phillies pitcher exceeded that expectation when he tossed nine scoreless innings and allowing four walks while striking out five Washington hitters.

The crowd of 30,406 erupted in excitement Philadelphia Phillies pitcher induced a popup from Dominic Smith. The Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, Michael Lorenzen was able to deliver an outstanding performance by throwing a total of 124 pitches, completing his first ever full game.

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Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Lorenzen will be a free agent by the end of the 2023 MLB season so his historic no-hitter is a tremendous boost to his stock.

The Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Lorenzen, was traded by the Detroit Tigers to Phillies right before the August deadline for Hao-Yu Lee. Right now, the Philadelphia Phillies pitcher is off with a great start with the Philadelphia Phillies team.

In a clubhouse toast, Phillies manager Rob Thomson welcomed Lorenzen to Philadelphia and called the Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, unbelievable, USA Today reports. The Phillies cheered for Lorenzen, who was one of the new additions to the team who have settled in almost perfectly since he was acquired from Detroit Tigers at the trade deadline.

The Philadelphia Phillies pitcher proved that he can play a crucial role in bringing the Phillies back to the coming postseason.

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