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August 25, 1952 > Virgil Trucks of the Detroit Tigers hurls his second no-hitter of the season. During the game, a play by shortstop Johnny Pesky is first ruled an error, then changed to a hit, and then changed back to an error, preserving the no-hitter. Incredibly, Trucks will finish the season with only five wins.