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OKC RedHawks' Asher Wojciechowski throws one-hit shutout against Round Rock

Right-hander faces minimum over nine innings in RedHawks' 5-0 victory for first complete game, nine-inning shutout by a RedHawk since Luis Mendoza's no-hitter in 2009.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: July 8, 2013

Veteran Manny Ramirez started at designated hitter for the Express and hit cleanup, but he went 0 for 3.

But the night belonged to Wojciechowski.

He is believed to be the first pitcher in RedHawks history to face the minimum batters over nine innings, and he did it on just 97 pitches. He threw 66 strikes and struck out five.

The RedHawks last threw a one-hitter on June 25, 2004, when Nick Regilio and Brad Clontz shutout Albuquerque. Ryan Glenn was the last pitcher to throw all nine innings for the RedHawks in a one-hit shutout on April 28, 1999.

Oklahoma City and Rock Rock continue their series Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. Wade LeBlanc (0-0) makes his second start for Oklahoma City, while Evan Meek (2-4) starts for Round Rock.