Brady Ware, a player of Indianapolis University’s two-hit game, set a record by achieving both a no-hitter and a hit for the cycle (cycling hit) in one game at the same time.
On the 8th (Korean time), MLB.com said, “Wear in reality achieved a record that Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) in the game could achieve.”
Ware played as the starting pitcher and fourth batter in Game 2 of a double header in the American College Baseball Division 2 game against Drury University held at Greyhound Park in Indianapolis, Indiana. And as a batter, he hit a home run, triple, double, and single in turn, completing his cycling hit. 4 at-bats, 4 hits, 5 RBIs.
Even as a pitcher, Ware achieved a no-hitter안전놀이터, giving up 5 walks and allowing no runs in 7 innings without a hit. Indianapolis defeated Drury University 13-0 in the game. In the US college league, only 7 innings are played in both the first and second games of a double header. So Ware’s no-hitter is also recognized as an official record.
Ware said, “I arrived 15 minutes late today, but I will have to come 15 minutes later. His head seems empty. Ware is 2-1 with a 2.76 ERA as a pitcher this season and a 0.329 batting average (23 hits in 70 at-bats) as a hitter, with four homers and 22 RBIs.