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Flashback #91: Blackhawks Bring Cup To Wrigley; Near No-Hitters (2010)

Members of the Chicago Blackhawks stand with the Stanley Cup. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Members of the Chicago Blackhawks stand with the Stanley Cup. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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As of 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary on January 3rd, the station has begun to reveal (in chronological order) the Top 100 Chicago Sports Stories that have occurred since they first went on the air 20 years ago. Once all 100 of these “flashbacks” have been revealed, fans will be able to vote for which stories they believe are the most significant in the 20 year history of The Score. To see all of the Flashbacks that The Score has posted so far, please visit 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary page.

June 13, 2010 – ‘Hawks bring Stanley Cup to Wrigley Field; Near no-hitters

As the Blackhawks began their offseason celebration after winning the Stanley Cup, they made a stop at Wrigley Field for the Crosstown Classic.

At this point, the White Sox and Cubs were slowly drifting into irrelevance in the baseball scene, but when the Blackhawks came to show off their Stanley Cup, both the Cubs and the Sox did what they could to steal the show back.

Surprising, both Ted Lilly and Gavin Floyd took no-hitters into the seventh inning as the 40,000-plus fans watched in awe on the North Side.

With two outs in the seventh inning, Floyd lost his no-hit bid with an Alfonso Soriano double, followed by a Chad Tracy RBI single.

Lilly, however, took his no-hitter into the ninth inning. The White Sox weren’t going to let Lilly have it easily, though, as manager Ozzie Guillen called upon pinch-hitter Juan Pierre, who ended the no-hit bid with a leadoff single.

The Score will continue to release a new Flashback each weekday until they reach 100. Check back tomorrow for a new one, or check out all of the previous Flashbacks: 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary ยป