No Trevor...it was the wrong decision.
Cleveland hurler throws 7 no hit innings and gets pulled.
Fans bail from the game of baseball as it is too slow and frankly, too wimpy.
No hitter is the best that the game can offer, and Cleveland manager Terry Francona failed miserably.
It is the only time that the opposing fans will cheer for a pitcher. Think about that.
You witness a no hitter and talk about it for the rest of your life.
Fans left the stadium empty handed.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Trevor Bauer was pulled by manager Terry Francona after seven hitless innings and 117 pitches, and watched from the dugout as Toronto's Freddy Galvis broke up Cleveland's bid for a combined no-hitter with a leadoff single in the ninth inning of the Indians' 4-1 win Thursday night.
Bauer was attempting to throw Cleveland's first no-hitter in 38 years — on the 25th anniversary of Progressive Field's opening — but was taken out as his pitch count increased.
"It was the right decision," Bauer said.