Originally posted on Fox Sports North  |  Last updated 5/3/12
For the fifth time in team history, the Minnesota Twins finished a game without a hit. There was simply nothing the Twins could do Wednesday against Angels starter Jered Weaver, who tossed the first no-hitter of his career and the ninth in team history. Weaver got ahead in counts, changed speeds and simply made the Twins' batters look uncomfortable. In the end, it was a 9-0 Angels win that had Minnesota on the wrong side of history. "A terrible night for Twins baseball," manager Ron Gardenhire said. Only two base runners prevented Weaver from throwing a perfect game against the Twins. Minnesota first baseman Chris Parmelee struck out swinging with two outs in the second inning but advanced to first base after the ball got behind catcher Chris Iannetta. In the seventh inning, left fielder Josh Willingham drew a two-out walk off Weaver, the only walk he issued all night. It marks the fifth time in team history that the Twins were no-hit, and the first time since Yankees starter...
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