As the sports calendar turns past May, baseball becomes the national pastime. And one of the best parts of any baseball season is to see history made. Edinson Volquez of the Miami Marlins did just that. Volquez pitched the first no-hitter of 2017 (and first in more than a calendar year) against one of the better National League teams in the Arizona Diamondbacks. He walked two, but induced two double plays to face on the minimum within 98 pitches. Much of the game clinging to a 1-0 lead, the 33-year old Dominican Republic native fanned 10 with nary a close call. And the feat was not without emotion. It happened to be the birthday of fellow DR native and 2015 Kansas City Royals World Champion teammate Yordany Ventura, who died tragically in a car accident less than 5 months earlier. And to boot, Volquez got a hit himself, finishing 1-4. Volquez is a worthy Sportsman of the Week!