Never let it be said that Robert Lamb doesn't appreciate a good sports story. While baseball and I have never quite seen eye-to-eye, I can't help but be amused by Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis' 1970 no-hitter (or "no-no") against the San Diego Padres -- a feat that Ellis claims to have accomplished while totally mind-blasted on LSD.
Ellis sadly left this planet in the corporeal sense in 2008, but before that he recounted his psychedelic no-hitter in a radio interview. Now, thanks to animator James Blagden, you can enjoy his account through the above animated short film. It's been out about a month, so if you've already seen it, shame on you for not telling me about it sooner.
The animation style really captures the weirdness and wonder of Ellis' experience, and the interview sheds some interesting light on not only Dock's LSD usage, but also all the various uppers that the rest of Major League Baseball was downing back in the day.
EDIT: Chuck was good enough to point out that Ellis also walked 9 guys in that game, which is alluded to in the video but not made abundantly clear.