SEATTLE -- How does the hitting coach handle it when his hitters get no-hit?
"I took it pretty hard," Dave Hansen said of Friday night's six-pitcher no-hitter the Mariners threw at the Dodgers.
"I tossed and turned all night, just like when I was a player. It's the part of the game people don't get to see. The ups and downs, to battle and not get one hit. It meant a sleepless night."
And that comes from the hitting coach of baseball's winningest club, with a .264 team average that is third in the National League.
"It's a very humbling game," Hansen said. "It was a tough night and it really wasn't our night."