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Gavin Cecchini was at Citi Field to witness Johan Santana's no-hitter

Gavin Cecchini went to New York for a pre-draft workout and wound up a witness to one of the greatest nights in Mets history. The high school shortstop from Louisiana, drafted No. 12 overall by the Mets on Monday night, worked out for the team Friday at Citi Field. Later that night, he watched from a suite at the ballpark as Johan Santana pitched the franchise's first no-hitter. "It was unbelievable," Cecchini said on a conference call. "The place was rocking. It really was an awesome thing."

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