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8. Nomo's no-no, April 4, 2001

The only no-hitter at Camden Yards was tossed by legendary Japanese starter Hideo Nomo, who was making his debut for the Boston Red Sox. The second game of the season didn't look like anything special at the outset. Nomo walked Delino DeShields in the first and threw a wild pitch in the second after Ripken had reached on an error. Nomo walked two more in the 3-0 Red Sox victory but didn't yield a hit. In the ninth, he got DeShields to fly out to left to achieve the milestone.
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