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No, No-No But Schilling Beats A's 1-0

Boston Red Sox Starter Curt Schilling was one out away, from being the third oldest pitcher in MLB history to throw a no-hitter. But with two out in the ninth Oakland A's left fielder Shannon Stewart hit a single to right to spoil the bid. Schilling then retired Mark Ellis as he defeated the Oakland A's 1-0 Thursday afternoon. It was Schilling's third career one hitter. The victory puts Schilling's record at 6-2 for the year. Nolan Ryan threw no-hitters at ages 43 and 44, and Cy Young threw a No-No at age 41. The Red Sox scored the game's only run on a David Ortiz Homer number 11 of the year.

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