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Sanchez Redeems Poor Start To Season With No-No

What a way to make history.

On a night that he wasn't even supposed to start, Giants lefthander Jonathan Sanchez tossed the first no-hitter in team history since 1976, when John "the Count" Montefusco did it at Atlanta. It was also the first no-hitter in the majors this season.

His dad, Sirgfredo, chose the perfect time to go to San Francisco and watch his son pitch.

"Right now I'm just going to go home and hang out with my dad," Sanchez said afterwards. "I was pumped that he was here watching the game."

Sanchez may have been perfect last night had Juan Uribe held on to Chase Headley's grounder in the eighth inning. Instead, Uribe let it pop out of his hands, resulting in an error and ending Sanchez's perfect game.

Undaunted, Sanchez came back to retir...

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