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The children were expected to help with the daily tasks. As a young boy, Nolan enjoyed throwing objects at any target. His father thought baseball a better usage for his arm; therefore, he encouraged Nolan to play the game.
Ryan joined Alvin Little League Baseball when he was nine, made the all-star team when he was 11 and 12,  and pitched the first no-hitter of his life a few years later. Ryan also played various positions besides pitcher.
Coach Watson recounted to Murff that some opponents refused to bat against Ryan and how his hard pitches would sometimes break bones in his catchers' hands. In his subsequent report to the Mets, Murff stated that Ryan had "the best arm I've seen in Nolan miller life.
Ryan was used more as a reliever and Nolan miller starter by the Mets. To deal with frequent blisters on his throwing hand he often soaked his fingers in pickle brine although the technique's effectiveness was questioned by Ryan's teammates and coaches.
Ryan pitched well for the Miracle Mets in the postseason. Against the Braves in the NLCSRyan completed a Mets sweep by throwing seven innings of relief in Game 3, getting his first playoff win it would take him 12 years to get another.
The Game 3 victory gave the Mets a 2—1 lead in the Series, which they went on to win in five games. It would be Ryan's only World Series appearance in his career. Contrary to popular belief, Ryan never wanted to be traded from the Mets and felt betrayed by the team that drafted him.
His views on this only calmed once he started running the Rangers and gained a better understanding of the business side of baseball. The deal has been cited as one of the worst in Mets history but was not viewed as unreasonable at the time. He had a league-leading strikeouts—nearly a third more than the AL runner-up, and to that point, the fourth-highest total of the 20th century.
Within five seasons, the season would only be Ryan's fourth-highest strikeout total. Though Ryan's actual winning percentage hovered only slightly over. Meanwhile, Fregosi failed to produce as a Met, making no significant contribution to the Mets' pennant-winning campaign; he was sold to the Texas Rangers mid-season.
He finished 2nd in the Cy Young balloting losing to Jim Palmer 88 to 62 in It was the closest he ever came in the Cy Young balloting. Ryan also led the league in losses in with a 17—18 record one short of the franchise record for losses.
Ryan, circa On July 9,Ryan struck out three batters on nine pitches in the second inning of a 3—0 win over the Boston Red Sox ; he became the seventh American League pitcher to accomplish the immaculate inningand the first and currently only pitcher in Major League history to accomplish the feat in both leagues.
On April 19,he had struck out three batters on nine pitches in the second inning of a 2—1 win over the St. Louis Cardinalsbecoming the eighth National League pitcher and the 14th pitcher in Major League history to accomplish the feat.
InRyan set his first major record when he struck out batters in one season, beating Sandy Koufax 's old mark by one. Remarking on this feat, Koufax joked, "Yeah, and he also surpassed my total for bases on balls in a single season by I suspect half of those guys he struck out swung rather than get hit.
In the second one, on July 15 against the Detroit Tigershe struck out 17 batters — most in a recorded no-hitter. This record would later be tied by Max Scherzer on October 3, Ryan was so dominant in this game, it led to one of baseball's best-remembered pranks.
Tigers first baseman and cleanup hitter Norm Cash came to the plate with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, having already struck out twice, and was carrying a clubhouse table leg instead of a bat. Plate umpire Ron Luciano ordered Cash to go back and get a regulation bat, to which Cash replied, "Why, I won't hit him anyway!
During a September 7, game against the Chicago White Sox at Anaheim StadiumRyan became the first Major League pitcher to have his pitch speed measured during a game. A primitive radar gun clocked a ninth inning fastball at This exceeded an earlier pitch by Bob Feller which was measured at Charlotte Search Results from Charlotte Business Journal.
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