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    MLB Trivia Time (Who am I?)

    I am the only pitcher in MLB history to pitch a complete regular season game shutout in the month of March.

    To be clear, who pitched a regular season complete game shutout in the month of March?

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    You mean in 150 years theres been only 1?

    Theres been some opening day gems... Morris no hitter, etc, but those in April I guess.

    Anyone do it last year while in Japan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaFats View Post
    You mean in 150 years theres been only 1?

    Theres been some opening day gems... Morris no hitter, etc, but those in April I guess.

    Anyone do it last year while in Japan?
    Not in Japan.
    Not last year either.

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    Nasher i might be to drunk but this makes no sense to me. No way there has been 1 pitcher only to pitch a complete game shutout in the month of march in a regular season game. If true that blows my frickin mind!

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    Babe Ruth.

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    Most MLB seasons didn't start until April; it has to be in the last 10-15 years.
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    My guess is Syndergaard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkHorseplayer View Post
    Most MLB seasons didn't start until April; it has to be in the last 10-15 years.
    You know what that's a great point. I thought it only started that in like the last 4-8 years but none the less same point. That has to be the clue. The couple drinks got me again. Good call Drunker.

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    Its gotta be 3/31 then.

    IDK Cardinals had a shut out that game McGwire hit 3 hrs opening day in 98 I think??

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    Hideo Nomo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr KLC View Post
    Hideo Nomo

    Sorry read it wrong thought it was a no hitter
    Last edited by freelee; 04-01-20 at 10:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bcatswin View Post
    Nasher i might be to drunk but this makes no sense to me. No way there has been 1 pitcher only to pitch a complete game shutout in the month of march in a regular season game. If true that blows my frickin mind!
    Makes perfect sense, season usually starts in April, if it starts in March it would only be the last few days

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    I'm surprised it was in 2003; I thought it would have been later than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelee View Post
    That wasn't a no hitter he threw 2 one against the Rockies and one against the Orioles neither in March tho
    Nomo is the correct answer, 2003

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    Damn, I am slow with my resounses today.

    My last two responses echoes a previous poster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelee View Post
    That wasn't a no hitter he threw 2 one against the Rockies and one against the Orioles neither in March tho
    LT got it, Nomo pitched his complete game shutout on March 31, 2003.

    On March 30, 2018 Alex Wood, another Dodger pitched 8 innings of shutout ball allowing just one hit against SF and got a no decision loss.
    Jansen in relief blew the game allowing Joe Panik to crush a solo homer off of him in the ninth.

    Johnny Cueto started for the Giants on that opening day, matched Alex Wood pitch for pitch going 7 innings of shutout ball, also allowing 1 hit.

    The two starters that day went 15 innings combined, allowing 2 hits between them allowed no walks and no runs.
    That people is known as an old school pitchers due.

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    Not for nothing on that same opening day 2 years ago the Cubs and Marlins game went 17 innings with the Marlins winning 2-1 in the bottom of the 17th.

    11 games were played two years ago on 3/30/2018 five of the 11 games had three total runs or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenash View Post
    LT got it, Nomo pitched his complete game shutout on March 31, 2003.

    On March 30, 2018 Alex Wood, another Dodger pitched 8 innings of shutout ball allowing just one hit against SF and got a no decision loss.
    Jansen in relief blew the game allowing Joe Panik to crush a solo homer off of him in the ninth.

    Johnny Cueto started for the Giants on that opening day, matched Alex Wood pitch for pitch going 7 innings of shutout ball, also allowing 1 hit.

    The two starters that day went 15 innings combined, allowing 2 hits between them allowed no walks and no runs.
    That people is known as an old school pitchers due.

    Here's the box.

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/b...01803300.shtml


    Not for nothing on that same opening day 2 years ago the Cubs and Marlins game went 17 innings with the Marlins winning 2-1 in the bottom of the 17th.

    11 games were played two years ago on 3/30/2018 five of the 11 games had three total runs or less.
    Mr. KLC got it, I just researched the year.

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