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What is the furthest that two opposing pitchers have taken a no-hitter into the same game?

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On May 2,1917, Cubs Hippo Vaughn and Reds Fred Toney both had no-hitters after nine innings. Vaughn lost his in the 10th, but Toney completed the 10-inning no-hitter for the win.

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