On Aug. 21, 2015, Mike Fiers no-hit the Dodgers as a member of the Astros. The opposing pitcher that night was Brett Anderson.
On Tuesday night, Anderson was on the right side of history.
The lefty had a front-row seat as Fiers no-hit the Cincinnati Reds at the Coliseum, and he definitely enjoyed this view more.
Witnessing this Fiers no-hitter was exponentially cooler than the 1st— Brett Anderson (@_BAnderson30_) May 8, 2019
On that night nearly four years ago, Fiers needed 134 pitches to set down the Dodgers. On Tuesday, it took him 131 pitches to defeat the Reds.
We're sure Anderson and Fiers shared a fun moment together after Tuesday's game.