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I know that's probably wrong, but I seem to remember one of my Mets fans friends bragging about that
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Shoot, missed this one by a good hour.
Years later, in 1981, Wood was present at an historic pitcher's duel between Yale and Saint John's University, featuring future major leaguers Ron Darling and Frank Viola. Darling threw 11 no-hit innings for Yale, matched by Viola's 11 shutout innings for St. John's. ... Darling lost the no-hitter and the game in the 12th, and Wood called it the best baseball game he had ever seen. The account was recorded in Roger Angell's 1982 book The Web of the Game, and, later, in the anthology Game Time: A Baseball Companion.
Can you imagine watching the best game Joe Wood ever saw, with Joe Wood?
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