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How To Save A Perfect Game

James McDonald entered the bottom of the fifth inning without allowing a runner. Adam LaRoche swung at the first pitch and drove it to the center field wall. He probably could have picked a better place to hit it.


In the top-half of the next inning, Andrew McCutchen hit one about 450 feet. Dude's good.

McDonald walked Bryce Harper to spoil the perfect game, but he still has the no-hitter through five thanks to Andrew McCutchen.

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