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Last at bat of Jonathan Sanchez's no hitter vs. the Padres on July 10, 2010. Would've been a perfect game if it hadn't been for a Juan Uribe fielding error on a grounder in the 8th inning.
My friends voted that they like this transition better, so I'm going to keep it. :) I think I'm gonna make ONE MORE edit to make the sound louder for the interview at the end, and then I'll finally be done! I'm still open to your suggestions, though. :) I love the suggestions I've gotten so far! youtube.com suggested I take out the commentary in the middle, and twitter.com suggested I add the interview at the end, and I think they've made the movie better. :) OH plus I finally figured out how to get rid of the black bars lol so I'll fix that too :)
Added slo-mo for Rowand's catch at the wall and changed the sound a tiny bit. I think I'm done now lol. I didn't know how to transition for the slo-mo part... do you think that's good? I have another version with fade-to-black transitions instead lol
I added a clip at the beginning so I could use the whole song :) I just added random pictures, transitions, and effects at the end... I am not good or experienced at this kind of thing so I just kinda threw stuff together hehe. I would really appreciate suggestions on which transitions/effects I should use next time so I can make it better. :D Thanks! Do you think that's a good place for the song to start? lol do you think it's weird to have it completely silent in the beginning and no music? :/ I would like lots of feedback to make this movie better cuz it's really fun! :D Also, do you think the volume of the music is OK? haha PS Just to make sure you all know, I did NOT put together all the 27 outs. I just added the music and added stuff before and after. :)
Justin ( www.youtube.com ) suggested that I take out the commentary except for the last 3 outs, which I thought was a cool idea! :D So I did that, plus messed with some other stuff, and added some pictures at the end. :) Hope you like it! The song starts in a weird place because I wanted the singing to start when the game started... but I'm going to make ANOTHER one that has a video clip at the beginning so I can use the whole song. :) lol I just added random pictures, transitions, and effects at the end... I am not good or experienced at this kind of thing so I just kinda threw stuff together hehe. I would really appreciate suggestions on which transitions/effects I should use next time so I can make it better. :D Thanks! This is really fun, making all these videos! :D
Music is even louder now.... I think it's too loud. :/ Too hard to hear the commentary. lol I like the 2nd one best! Or maybe in between the 2nd and 3rd one??? hahaha
I made the volume a little louder... is this good? lol or should it be even louder?
The movie is of all 27 outs of the game + the error by Juan Uribe, with TV commentary from Giants broadcasters. Immediately after the no-hitter, the Giants played highlights from the game along with the song I Gotta Feeling. Later on in the season, they started to play I Gotta Feeling near the end of games, when the Giants were about to win, often when our starting pitcher was staying in the game in the 9th inning. Now, every time I hear this song I immediately think of the Giants, Jonathan Sanchez's no-hitter, good pitching, and winning. So, I thought this would be an appropriate movie to make. :) I hope you enjoy! This was super easy to make, and I just did it really quick... I would appreciate feedback like if you think the music should be louder or softer or whatever. lol I think I'm gonna make another one and include pictures or more clips so that I can use the whole song :) Side note: I've actually been meaning to make this for awhile. I have both I Gotta Feeling and this video on my iPod, and I listen to/watch both quite often... I thought it would be cool to combine them :) Also - does anyone know how I can get rid of the black bars above and below? :/ They come with the video. Just to clarify: the only thing I did was add the music, I didn't actually make the video lol
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A special look at Jonathan Sanchez's No-No or as I like to call Jo-No! Watch next time as im going to look at Matt Cain; and don't miss a special edition at the end of the season as I will put together the Giants 2009 season! And remember that regular season or not I will be making videos anytime there is Giants news!
Giants pitcher Jonathan Sanchez's final pitch to complete his no-hitter July 10, 2009.
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jonathan Sanchez threw a no-hitter on July 10th, 2009. Comcast SportsNet reporter Amy Gutierrez talks with Sanchez immediately after the game.
San Francisco Giants pitcher throws a no hitter
Right as the last strike was thrown on 7-10-09 when Giant's pitcher Jonathan Sanchez threw the first no hitter in 33 years and the FIRST at AT&T Park :) We were so lucky! The crowd was going crazy!
There he was, arms raised in a V, walking toward the best catcher in the National League, his teammates swarming him like a throng of kids around a piñata.
When he first toed the mound less than three hours before, Jonathan Sanchez was a man searching
Crowd goes crazy after Jonathan Sanchez Strikes out the Padres last batter.
SF Giants Jonathan Sanchez no hitter vs the San Diego Padres - 9th inning - 7/10/09 - LB
Edgar Gonzalez flies out to Aaron Rowand (who makes great catch) & strikes out E. Cabrera to finish no hit gem (7-10-09)
I was curious as to what type of acknowledgment and celebration would take place if a no-hitter occurred in MLB 2K9. Using the Padres and the Giants and Jonathan Sanchez on the mound — in order to get the desired results, I had to make sure no Padres batters (who I controlled) reached base which will explain why the strike outs look intentional. The whole goal was to find out how the commentary and animations would change at the end of the game.
Jonathan Sanchez no-hit the San Diego Padres. Not Randy Johnson. No Tim Lincecum. Not Matt Cain. It was Jonathan Sanchez that walked off the mound on July 10th with the first no-hitter of the 2009 season, and most remarkably, just his third win of
The final out of Jonathan Sanchez's no-hitter taken from view reserved section. Sorry the quality isn't awesome; I took it on my Blackberry. But you still get the idea. Plus, the crowd reaction is the best part anyways.
This was a no hitter thrown by Jonathan Sanchez of the San Francisco Giants on Friday July 10th 2009. This video was taken on my iphone from Sect 122 row 23 seat#8. It was an awesome experience to be there.
Jonathan Sanchez tosses a no hitter against the San Diego Padres. I was BUZZED... I LOVED THIS NIGHT!!!
Last strike-out, last inning before Jonathan Sanchez achieves his no hitter on July 10th, 2009. Also, it's the crowd reaction as AT&T Park goes crazy, and the first part of the interview with Jonathan. Go Giants!
We were lucky enough to witness history at AT& T park on 7/10/09. Thank You Jonathan Sanchez. Here is our memories.
Friday July 10th 2009 at Att Park San Francisco, CA Section 312. SAN FRANCISCO -- On a night when Jonathan Sanchez was nearly perfect, his father chose the perfect time to show up in San Francisco and cheer him. The Giants left-hander threw the majors' first no-hitter of the season Friday night and came within a whisper of a perfect game. The only runner to reach against him in an 8-0 victory over the San Diego Padres came on an error by third baseman Juan Uribe with one out in the eighth. sports.espn.go.com
the end of the game sitting from bleachers sec 140
Jonathan Sanchez of the Giants pitches a no-hitter July 10, 2009.
Last batter of Jonathan Sanchez no hitter against the Padres. 7/10/09. What a game!
Here is the last out of Jonathan Sanchez no hitter, july 10, 2009. Apologies for poor video. I'm still learning to use my Canon G10.
Jonathan Sanchez is certainly not the most well pitcher in San Francisco, as Jonathan Sanchez has to pitch in the same rotation as Tim Lincecum. Jonathan Sanchez and most every other pitcher in the National League is under Lincecum's shadow, plus
This was my experience of the end of Jonathan Sanchez's no-hitter from section 327. I had to string a bunch of videos together because my camera won't let me take continuous video, so it kind of sucks. The first couple videos I took are really low quality, but after that I changed the settings so it would be higher quality. But then, during his interview with Amy Gutierrez, I ran out of memory and had to delete some stuff on my camera before continuing the video lol. You can't really hear the interview very well because of the crowd, but oh well. :/ The shrieking and random screaming/laughing are all me. Sorry, I was so excited I couldn't contain myself! And most of the time I was watching the field and not the camera so sometimes I missed a little. haha. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the video despite all its flaws. :)
One of the best nights in my life. I was drunk n emotional , sorry for the terrible video
Jonathan Sanchez No Hitter-July 10 2009 San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres
Last 3 batters of SF Giants Jonathan Sanchez's No Hitter vs Padres on 7.10.2009 at ATT Park. The last batter, E Cabrera, fakes a bunt and upsets the crowd. The last SF Giants no-no was Sept 1976.
Sorry, no video of the game or the sf giants (you know why). we just happen to be at the ball game to enjoy the not so often seen sunny day with our cuz.. congrat to our sf giants, and of course... Jonathan Sanchez . song= if you are going to san francisco-Scott Mc Kenzie
I shot this video clip from my seat behind home plate in Lower Reserve Section 114, Row 24, Seat 8 at AT&T Park in San Francisco as Jonathan Sanchez was attempting to get the final strike to complete the first No-Hitter by a San Francisco Giant since John "Count" Montefusco did it in 1976.
Jonathan Sanchez gets the 27th out for a no-hitter- first no-no for the Giants in 33 years!
July 10, 2009: AT&T Park, San Francisco. Jonathan Sanchez No-Hitter Final At-Bat.