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Rookie Southpaw Scott Jamieson tossed a no hitter for the A's on Saturday June 18. The Bowdoin alum allowed an unearned run, while fanning 6 in the 5-1 victory over West Roxbury. In improving his record to 4-0, Jamieson became the second Al Thomas hurler to spin a no hitter in the last 2 years, joining fellow lefty Aidan Powers, who blanked the Brighton Sox in 2004.

Milton's Sean Wilshere handled duties behind the plate in catching the 2nd no-no of his Al Thomas career. Jamieson was aided by solid defense, including a diving catch in center by Chris Bucci in the 3rd inning. Bucci also caught the last out of the game, a fly ball to right center to preserve the no hitter.

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