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Finding The Upside In Losing An Eight-Inning No-Hitter To The Pirates

In true Janky No-Hitter fashion, Greene managed to dominate without actually pitching especially well; he walked five, required 118 effortful pitches to get through seven and-a-third, and left things messy enough that his team still managed to lose when one of those runners scored on a should-have-been double-play grounder that wasn’t. They’re still the Reds, and he is still Hunter Greene. The experience of this season will be looking for signs that those things are changing. Any positive indications there—any positive anything, really—should be easy enough to spot given all the Reds baseball around it.

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