They say a bad day at the ballpark beats a good day at the office, but there's too much randomness in the data.
The worst part of the no-hitter was not being able to enjoy it.
Only the fans can argue balls and strikes.
But maybe the scouts should scout the umps.
Someone tell the young fans and Aroldis Chapman that it's not supposed to be like this.
Rick Wise is not impressed.
It's all the same to Pythagoras.
The good news is the bullpen qualified for a quality start.
Blaming the pitching or defense in a no-hitter is like blaming the lack of ham for the lack of a sandwich when you don't have bread.