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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs rookie David Bote react to earning his first big league hit, which came in his hometown, in his first major league at bat.


Dan Mullen 

A great tidbit from ESPN Stats & Info: Sean Manaea is the first Indiana native to throw a no-hitter since Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Whenever you want to second-guess the benefits of trading a veteran for prospects and "tanking," remember that the payoffs can be very sweet indeed. Witness Sean Manaea and what he just gave A's fans for the tail end of Ben Zobrist's time in Oakland in 2015. Some deals really are win-win, if you're patient for their payoffs.

Dan Mullen 

In his stunning no-hitter against the Red Sox, Oakland left-hander Sean Manaea joined some pretty exclusive company. The only Athletics pitchers with 10+ strikeouts in a no-hitter: Catfish Hunter, Dave Stewart and, now, Sean Manaea.

Dan Mullen 

Sean Manaea? Sean Manaea! The first no-hitter of the 2018 season has come from a very unexpected place as the A's lefty outdueled Chris Sale and shut down the best team in the majors for Oakland's first no-hitter since Dallas Braden's 2010 perfect game.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

White Sox starter Lucas Giolito talks about the difficulty of playing a game while processing worries about teammate Danny Farquhar.


Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about his frame of mind during Saturday's game.


Dan Mullen 

A no-hit bid with Chris Sale on the mound is always a possibility — but tonight in Oakland, it's been the other guy on the mound putting up zeroes as Sean Manaea has held the Red Sox hitless through 8 innings. How surprising is this no-hit bid? Well, the Oakland lefty was just one-year-old last time Boston was no-hit, in 1993.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

White Sox manager Rick Renteria thought his players were able to compartmentalize their worry over ailing teammate Danny Farquhar during Saturday's loss to Houston.


Dan Mullen 

Oakland A's starter Sean Manaea is deep in a very unexpected no-hit bid against the Red Sox. If he can get the final 3 outs, it will be Oakland's first no-hitter since Dallas Braden's perfect game in May of 2010. Boston hasn't been no-hit since 1993.