Thu. Oct 21st, 2021
Gomber’s No-Hit Bid, Interrupted By 7-Minutes Delay Due To Fire Alarm

The Novice pitcher of Cardinals has held the Reds even without a hit for 6 matched before he was interrupted by a fire alarm.

On Monday, a rookie pitcher of the St. Louis Cardinals in his first career start is taking a no-hit bid in a match with Cincinnati Reds. However, it is hard to believe, but event repeated itself on Tuesday as well, but this time, the no-hit bid was executed by Austin Gomber and not the Daniel Poncedeleon.

It sounds unreal, and a lot would not even believe that a hit gave by Gomber to Votto after a delay of 7 minute due to the fire alarm? This is what exactly happened.

To this Derrick, Gold tweeted, “This is how it looks like as Gomber is warming up at Great American Ball Park. And Bonkers alarms just switched off”, and hashtagged the tweet with MLB, stl cards, and Reds.

After this, the St. Louis Cardinals on their part was having their own fun and tweeted, “We’re having a fire drill currently?! The enjoyment was there for short time; however, Gomber gave a tying home run to Eugenio Suarez after 3 pitches and make it 2-2. This is it for Gomber, whose position was taken by Mike Mayers.

To this, the Cincinnati Reds tweeted if Eugenio Suárez is not the one you are targeted and this is what your radar didn’t track, so then get new radar! And hashtaggedRedsCountry.

In conclusion, Austin Gomber completed his debut with 6 1/3 innings with a two-run ball, two-hit. He walked 2 on 90 pitches and struck out 6, and is going to have a whole new storybook to share with his grandchildren at least.

Just like any other game, this game as well has made some histories and some memories for the participants.

By Chris McFadden

Chris Mcfadden is the lead editor for The Truth News. Chris has written for several online publications including the Huffington Post, Vanity Fair and Bleacher Report. Chris is based in Albuquerque and covers issues affecting New Mexico. When he’s not busy writing, Chris enjoys traveling and hiking.

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