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Wrigley Field hosted perhaps the greatest pitching performance ever on May 2, 1917, when both Hippo Vaughn of the Cubs and Fred Toney of the Reds threw nine-inning no-hitters. The Reds won in the 10th when Larry Kopf singled and was driven in by whom?
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