WATCH: Pat Hughes' radio call of Cubs' no-hitter


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Listen to the call from Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer (Michael Mcloone - USA Today Sports)
Listen to the call from Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer (Michael Mcloone - USA Today Sports)

Chicago Cubs pitcher Alec Mills made history on Sunday as he threw the 16th no-hitter in team history in the 12-0 win over the Brewers.

Cubs radio announcers Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer had a great call on the final out of the historic game.

"A swing and a ground ball toward the middle! Báez has it, throws to first...Alec Mills has just pitched a no-hitter," Hughes said. "A no-hitter for Cubs right-hander Alec Mills. "What a great moment for Alec Mills as the Cubs win the ballgame 12-0."

"A great weekend for the Chicago Cubs, and a great day for Alec Mills and the Cubs," Coomer said.

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