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A high school pitcher in Minnesota struck out five batters in a single inning last month.

Since you're a Baseball Nation reader, I won't insult your intelligence by tediously explaining how such a thing is possible. I know you figured that out about four seconds ago. I also know I don't have to tell you how many times this has happened in a major league game, because you know that, too.

But if you've wandered here from some other godforsaken website, where everything's a slideshow and spelling is optional, I'll tell you how it happened after the jump.

Magic.

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