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Florida recruit tosses fourth no-hitter

GAINESVILLE -- Remember that great post on this blog a few days ago about the Florida baseball recruit who pitched three no-hitters in a row. Well, guess what? The kid did it again.

Patrick Schuster of New Port Richey Mitchell High pitched his fourth consecutive no-hitter on Monday, striking out 17 batters in a 5-0 win. Schuster is committed to the Gators but hasn't ruled out entering the MLB amateur draft out of high school.

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Seriously Joe, this kid has to be like the new Danny Almonte or something.
The bad news is, there's no way he ends up at UF after all this attention.

Usually people use "the bad news is" after saying "the good news is." If he was the next Danny Almonte, that wouldn't be good news...

But I agree, if he keeps playing like this, he's going high in the MLB draft and the Gators lose him.

Is Danny Almonte in the minors? I wrote a story about him a few years ago when he moved from New York to Miami and played for the Florida Bombers.

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