Mariners Toss a No-Hitter, I’m out of Town Casey McLain | 8 June, 2012 | Mariners | 2 Comments Kevin Millwood left with a groin strain, and I’m out of town and all the other NASORB writers are drunk or something, but he and five relievers combined for a no-hitter! Bosio! Bosio! TwitterFacebookGoogleRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts Seattle Mariners Roster Primer No Comments | Oct 26, 2011 Mariners Mini Morsels: September 17 No Comments | Sep 17, 2013 Checking in on the Seattle Mariners top 15 prospects No Comments | Jul 19, 2014 How much do the Mariners REALLY have to spend this offseason? No Comments | Oct 3, 2013 About The Author Casey McLain Casey is the founder of North and South of Royal Brougham. Follow him at @TheCaseyMcLain and check out his other podcast called Offspeed Podcast. Anonymous Well that was the biggest surprise of this season, so far anyway, by a bunch! Damn I would loved to have been there. I’m betting that did big things for team and fan morale. This is not the same bunch of losers we’ve been saddled with the past few years. They are going to be lucky to finish over .500 but they are at least worth watching again. I still hope they take any decent offer for Millwood, sell him while he’s hot! I must admit he had more left in the tank than I expected. It’s good to see one Jack Z’s reclamation projects pay off, he’s missed on a few. Erasmo Ramirez pitched more no-hit innings (7) than Millwood and still lost 2-0 on 2 hits in Tacoma. He needs to replace Millwood, Noesi or Beavan soonish. http://twitter.com/CaseyMcLain34 Casey McLain One thing about reclamation projects, the price is usually right. If Millwood ends up on the DL I bet Erasmo does replace Beavan.