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September 2, 1996 > David Cone of the New York Yankees makes a dramatic return from an aneurysm in his right arm, pitching seven innings of no-hit ball against the Oakland A's. Manager Joe Torre will remove Cone as a precautionary measure, and the A's will eventually break up the no-hit bid with a ninth-inning infield single off Mariano Rivera.