It was a unique night.
Back on May 7, 2019, the lights went out at Oakland Coliseum, causing a delay in play for the A's as they hosted the Cincinnati Reds. On that same night, A's pitcher Mike Fiers threw the second no-hitter of his career.
He threw 131 pitches in the outing which was the most since, well, his previous no-hitter in 2015 with the Houston Astros.
It was also an entertaining display for those watching.
In the sixth inning, Jurickson Profar made a spectacular catch at second base to help Fiers preserve his no-no. It was immediately followed by a stellar catch from center fielder Ramón Laureano to rob Joey Votto of a home run. The robbery would have made Mike Trout blush.
They were rewarded for their efforts, as Fiers compensated the two with a gift.
"Yeah, I had to," Fiers told NBC Sports California's Brodie Brazil. "That's just something that happens in baseball. Someone makes a great play and for the game to turn out the way it did for me, it's a big accomplishment for me, so for them to help me in that way, to go out of their way to make a crazy play, you got to give them a little something."
Fiers said they got "nice little watches."
"It wasn't anything too crazy," Fiers said.
He said he appreciates everyone on the team and would have gifted every guy a watch, but admitted it would have been pricey at that point.
If A's third baseman Matt Chapman received a watch for every stellar play he made, the watch industry would never suffer again.
It's nice to see Laureano and Profar were taken care of.
How Mike Fiers rewarded Jurickson Profar, Ramon Laureano for no-hitter originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area