Well well after Francisco Liriano threw the first no-hitter of the year a few days ago, Justin Verlander matched him by throwing his own no-hitter (and 2nd of his career). This time, the victims were the Toronto Blue Jays. Unlike Liriano’s, Verlander was utterly dominant. He threw 108 pitches with 74 of them going for strikes. His 106th pitch of the game was a 100 mph fastball. I can only imagine what it would be like as a hitter if a pitcher can change speeds so well. Just think of facing 100 mph fastballs and 88 mph sliders that break into the dirt and 79 mph curveballs that buckle batters’ knees. He struck out 4 and only walked 1. Some might argue that this was even moar impressive then his first no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers on June 12th, 2007 when he struck out 12. Verlander is a moar mature pitcher now with legitimate chance to win the Cy Young Award this year. Whatever the case may be, Verlander has added another accomplishment to his growing career.