Are too many no-hitters a bad thing for Major League Baseball? | BBTN Extra

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    Are too many no-hitters a bad thing for Major League Baseball? | BBTN Extra

    Jeff Passan, Karl Ravech, Clinton Yates and Sarah Langs discuss the increased volume of no-hitters in Major League Baseball.

    0:00 Sarah Langs explains the stats behind this season’s no-hitters.

    2:27 Is there a growing “no-hitter fatigue”?

    4:45 Jeff Passan argues that no-hitters are still remarkable achievements.

    7:40 Karl Ravech says MLB “bullpens are fried out.”

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