Video Vault: May 3, 2011 -- Liriano no-hits White Sox

Let's travel back to this day in May, exactly one year ago. It's the day when Francisco Liriano no-hit the White Sox. It seems like a million years ago. The video was shot by fans in the stands in Chicago.
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