#Hot Corner

Welp

Johan Santana threw 134 pitches in his no-hitter, and Terry Collins felt nervous about having let Santana go all the way. Santana started against the Yankees Friday night, and:

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↵- R. Cano homered to deep right, A. Rodriguez scored
↵- N. Swisher homered to deep left
↵- A. Jones homered to deep left

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Three consecutive dingers, and three of four overall. Potentially worrisome. Or potentially nothing, since Santana’s velocity was fine, and since he finished with five strikeouts and a walk. How the hell should I know?

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