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Insult to injury: Weaver says no-hitter against Twins 'an easy ride'

Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver says he had a lot of help in his no-hitter against the Twins Wednesday night. Afterwards, he called the affair "an easy ride."
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Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver says he had a lot of help in his no-hitter against the Twins Wednesday night. Afterwards, he called the affair "an easy ride."

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