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A’s Roy throws no-hitter against Dodgers
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Patrick Roy has caught, played third base and pitched exclusively out of the bull-pen this season for the Riverview Weed Man A’s.

Making his first start of the season Roy can now add a no-hitter to his list of accomplishments.

The tall, 24 year old right hander shut down the Aquarius Dodgers 10 - 0 Monday night for the first no-hitter in the brief history of the Riverview A’s franchise.

Roy allowed just two base runners, walking Kelly Harris and seeing Josh Gagne reach on an error with two outs in the fifth.

“Very few balls were hit hard, in fact, I can only think of one ball that Harris hit to right, center field but Mark Deveaux tracked it down and made the catch look relatively easy.” said player/co-coach Aaron Cole.

Roy was only scheduled to pitch three or four innings in an emergency start with scheduled starter Lynden Steeves unable to make the game due to work commitments. After three innings, Cole approached Roy and jokingly asked if he was good for one more inning. At that point, Roy was in the midst of a perfect game and had thrown fewer than 25 pitches.

Andy Vautour broke out of a slump with three singles and three runs scored in the win.

Jon Loughery, making his season debut at the plate went 2 for 3, with a single, a double and three RBI’s including the game winner.


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