5 Last No-Hitters by the Miami Marlins and NL East rivals

No-hitters are rare and some teams took a long time to since their last one

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3. THE LAST PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES NO-HITTER

Michael Lorenzen was available in the off-season for any team looking for a starting pitcher. The Philadelphia Phillies didn't have room for him after he faded down the stretch last season, but the Miami Marlins could've used him. It wasn't meant to be however, as he's now with the Texas Rangers. can go on and on about how badly The Fish need to add some arms, but that's a topic for a different article.

What is important is what Michael Lorenzen did last season. He had the last Philly No-Hitter on August 9, 2023. In his home debut on the team, Lorenzen helped the team beat the Washington Nationals 7-0. Now, let's get out of the way that Washington wasn't that good last season. Still, Lorenzen will always have that on his resume' and perhaps he can get one for another team in the future.

Michael Lorenzen has a career 4.11 ERA/4.32 FIP in 29 games and 153.0 innings pitched. He's never been an ace, but for one day he pitched like one. That just goes to show you that any starting pitcher can pitch like an ace on any given day. Interesting isn't it?

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