Team completes no-hitter in two states in two different months
On July 24, the minor league Rochester (NY) Red Wings' Trevor May started a no-hit bid in Durham, North Carolina, against the Bulls.
On Monday, teammate Logan Darnell finished it, 500 miles to the north in his home park.
According to the Red Wings' web site, the team no-hit the Bulls, 3-0, in a game completed 19 days after it began.
A rain delay led to the postponement of the final six-and-a-half innings of the game.
After the game was re-started in Rochester, Darnell continued the no-hitter. May and Darnell combined to allow just three walks during the game.
As Red Wings radio voice Josh Whetzel said on Twitter:
So I just called my 9th no-hitter. This one was the weirdest. It started in one state in one month and ended in another one month later.— Josh Whetzel (@JoshWhetzel) August 11, 2014