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    by A&E Home Video

    • Run Time: TBD
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Release Date: July 10, 2012
    • Johan Santana pitches the first ever no-hitter in Mets' history!
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It only took 8,020 games, but the Mets finally have a no-hitter! On 6/01/12 Johan Santana became the first player in Mets franchise history to ever accomplish this remarkable feat. Now relive every moment of this instant classic on DVD.

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5.0

Mets' & Johan's 1st No-Hitter

By Sharklady

from Jersey City, NJ

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  • Entertaining
  • High Production Value
  • Original
  • Took 8020 Games To Get

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    Best Uses

    • Adult Viewers
    • At Home
    • Perfect Gift
    • To Reminisce
    • Younger Viewers

    Comments about Client Distribution Services A&E Home Video New York Mets Baseball's Greatest Games: Santana's 2012 No-Hitter:

    After 8,020 games and numerous attempts, the Mets finally got its first no-hitter. Pitcher Johan Santana came back from major shoulder capsule surgery to pitch the first no-no of his career is his first season post-surgery. To do it against the former World Champion St. Louis Cardinals made it even more special. On a warm Friday night, June 1, 2012, that threatened rain against Adam Wainwright, a pitching duel made the game even more exciting. To be there at Citi Field that night was even more special for me as this is not something one can plan; you just have to be there, at the right place at the right time. A ball hit by former Met Carlos Beltran (who else?) hit the third-base line in the 6th inning that the third-base umpire called foul, when yeah, it was a fair ball (the chalk line showed where the ball had hit it), but with all the attempts at a no-no never brought to fruition, the baseball gods ensured the umpire didn't overturn his call. Mets' left fielder Mike Baxter, who grew up in Queens, New York as a Mets' fan, crashed into the W.C. Mason sign in left field to catch a ball hit by Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina in the 7th inning to preserve Santana's no-hitter. The game was magical, to say the least. The only downside is I wish there were post-game and/or clubhouse interviews included with Johan and Mets' manager Terry Collins as he was angst-filled, having allowed Santana to throw 134 pitches, the most ever in his career and after the major shoulder surgery rehab. Any Mets' fan must have this DVD to watch again and again. Who knows if it will take 8,020 games for the next one? (Heaven forbid!)

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