Audio: Johan’s No-No

The Curse Is Over! Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in Mets history against the St. Louis Cardinals with the Mets winning 8-0. The story of the game, of course, was Santana, who threw a career high 134 pitches for his second shutout in a row.

Below is reaction from the clubhouse.

Johan Santana
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/interviews/santananohit.mp3]

David Wright
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-David-Wright.mp3]

Josh Thole
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-Josh-Thole.mp3]

Mike Baxter
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-Mike-Baxter.mp3]

Mike Matheny
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2021-Mgr-Mike-Matheny-About-Johan-the-call-at-third-and-Wainwight.mp3]

Jose Oquendo
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-Jose-Oquendo-on-the-third-base-call-only.mp3]

Carlos Beltran
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-Carlos-Beltran-on-Johan-great-for-himMets-Baxter-etc.mp3]

Adam Wainwright
[audio:https://www.nysportsday.com/wp-content/uploads/6-1-2012-Adam-Wrainwright-thought-he-pitched-very-good-tonight.mp3]

Audio: Johan’s No-No

 
 
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