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Bedard on his no-hit game

Bedard talks to Marc Brassard of Le Droit (Canadian newspaper): "I do not understand people who criticize me about it. My pitch count was just too high and I had nothing in the arm. My fastball was increased from 92 to 93 mph early in the game to 85-86 at the end and I felt control problems. I guess it's easy when it's not you who starts, and when it is not you who underwent three surgeries on the shoulder." "I prefer to [play] two years [more] [than] to get a no-hitter of 150 [pitches] that would be my last career game, as it seems to have happened to Johan Santana," he notes. (via Google Translate)

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