(Eds: Updates throughout. With AP Photos.) Still giddy from one unlikely no-hitter, Seattle catcher Jesus Montero went around the clubhouse on Saturday searching for autographs.
Montero printed pictures of the six pitchers involved in Friday's combined no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers, plus a couple shots of the on-field celebration. He handed out the photos with a Sharpie and asked for a signature, the phrase ''no-hitter'' and the date.
The rookie catcher turned to scrapbooking to chronicle the surprising gem.
''(I) wanted them to sign it and remember this day,'' Montero said. ''Last night was so special for me, I want to remember that. When I get to be old, really old, I'll remember then.''
Montero was the one constant in the 10th combined no-hitter in major league history. Kevin Millwood started the game, then was followed by a parade of relievers after injuring his groin and coming out after the sixth inning.
Millwood had an MRI, but the results were not known prio...