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Ubaldo Jimenez almost completely sure his no-hitter was real

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ubaldo-jimenez-no-hitter.jpgColorado Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez is pretty sure that his no-hitter last night against the Atlanta Braves was real -- and not just a figment of his imagination.

In the hours after the right-hander tossed the franchise's first no-no, he said he struggled to sleep and wondered if it was all a dream.

Really, in the grand scheme of things, doing something like that is really a best-case scenario when it comes to not remembering the night before.

 After a fitfully short slumber, he awoke and needed to clear his mind.

He did so in the form of a six-mile run around Atlanta early this morning, which is a few miles longer than his normal routine dictates. Jimenez said the jog did the trick, and while he's enjoying his feat, he's ready to move on.

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