That means the right-hander will return to the rotation with the opportunity to throw the first no-hitter in franchise history. Maine currently holds the third-place slot in our non-scientific sidebar poll of who will accomplish the feat. Johan Santana leads with 40 percent of our readers’ votes, trailed by “Some other guy” with 25 percent and Maine with 13 percent.
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