IGNORANCE IS BLISS, FOR SURE BOGGIO ENDS BIG DAY WITH NO-CLUE NO-HITTER.Byline: Rich Hammond Rich Hammond
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Kyle Boggio struck out Adam Schneider
Schneider was recruited from Osbourne and NSW-ACT U18 by Sydney Swans through the 2001 AFL Draft. to close out the East's 7-0 victory in Saturday's 27th Daily News Bernie Milligan All-Star Game An all-star game is an exhibition game played by the best players in their sports league. The players are often chosen by a popular vote of fans of the sport and the game often occurs at the halfway point of the regular season, although this is not the case for some all-star games . Fans cheered, teammates stormed the field, and seconds later, Boggio discovered the reason for all the fuss.
``Good job keeping the zero up there,'' Jason Glushon, a pitcher from Harvard-Westlake High of Studio City, told Boggio as the East players exchanged high-fives.
``I'm like, `Oh yeah, we shut them out, cool,' and he looks at me like I'm crazy "I'm Crazy" is a short story written by J. D. Salinger in 1945 for Collier's magazine. From all his short stories involving Holden Caulfield, this one is most similar to Catcher In The Rye, as it simply recounts well-known scenes with Mr. ,'' said Boggio, a left-hander from Hart of Newhall. ``(Glushon) goes, `Don't you know it was a no-hitter?' I don't know Don't know (DK, DKed)
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``It's probably good that I didn't know. I would have been a lot more nervous.''
So that's how Boggio became an unwitting party to history Saturday afternoon at Birmingham High in Lake Balboa. Glushon started the game, Boggio finished it, and seven other pitchers combined for the first no-hitter in the all-star game's history.
Boggio also hit a three-run home run in the eighth inning and was named the game's MVP (Multimedia Video Processor) A high-speed DSP chip from Texas Instruments, introduced in 1994. Officially introduced as the TMS320C80, it combines RISC technology with the functionality of four DSPs on one chip. , even if he didn't exactly know what his perfect ninth inning meant to the East.
``It's probably the first time in the history of baseball There are a number of articles about the history of baseball:
``After Boggio's home run, the only question was if we were going to get a hit.''
Boggio got Birmingham's Luis Parra to pop up for the first out, then Chatsworth's Jordan Sisson smoked a line drive that was caught by leaping second baseman second baseman
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That capped an amazing day for Boggio, who wasn't on the original roster but was added when Clay Britton of Canyon withdrew from the game.
``It was a full day, but it was a fun day, an honor,'' Boggio said. ``I came in thinking that if I got to play, that would be great. It didn't matter if it was just one at-bat or pitching one inning, as long as I got to be on the same field with all these great players, I would be happy.''
Boggio made the most of his eighth-inning at-bat against Blake Gailen of El Camino Real El Camino Real (Spanish for The Royal Road or The King's Highway) was the name of a series of pre-automobile highways linking the various New World colonies of Spain:
``The first two (strikes) he got were on curveballs, and then he tried the fastball but he couldn't get it over, so I thought he would come back to the curve,'' Boggio said. ``I just tried to sit back as long as I could and wait for it.''
All the while, Boggio managed to avoid the dugout chatter about the no-hitter and the cheers of his teammates when a bobbled groundball at second was ruled an error. Boggio enjoyed the no-hitter, even if he found out about it a little later than everyone else.
``It's amazing to get a no-hitter in any type of game,'' Boggio said, ``but to do it in an all-star game, with nine pitchers, that's amazing.''
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