The Garza No-No: What They Are Saying

Where normally my preference sides with cutting analysis, it's mornings like today when I really appreciate the media and blogs for their descriptive painting of a story. Though many articles are similar, its hard to tire of reading about the first no-hitter in team history. It seems like a wise move to create a one-stop shop for your Garza bits and blurbs for the sake of historical preservation. If you have come across additional links, please post them in the comments and I will add them:

Jason Collette- Finally On The Right Side of History

Jack Moore- Matt Garza No Hits Detroit

Jerry Crasnick- Matt Garza's Wild Ride Includes No Hitter

Joe Sheehan- Garza's Fastball Will Hold the Key to His Post-No-Hitter Development

Cliff Corcoran- Matt Garza's No-No is Worth Celebrating- but Not Necessarily Over-Analyzing

Dave Scheiber- No Runs, No hits, No Errors: Rays Finally on the Right Side of History

Bob Harkins- Time for Garza to Realize Potential

Marc Topkin- Matt Garza Pitches First No-Hitter In Tampa Bay Rays History

John Romano- No-Hitter Caps Growth of Tampa Bay Rays' Matt Garza

Joe Henderson- The Right Stuff for a Franchise First

Roger Mooney- Garza Throws First No-Hitter in Rays' History

Bill Chastain- Garza Takes Place in History, No-Hits Tigers

Adam Berry- A "Different Breed," Garza Controlled Emotions

Tim Brown- Rays' Garza Joins the No-Hit Parade

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