Noah Syndergaard accomplished a rare feat last night. He pitched a complete game shutout and jacked an opposite-field solo shot for the only run of the game in a 1-0 victory for the Mets over the Cincinnati Reds. For the most part, he won the game all by himself. It was only the 10th time in major league history a pitcher achieved this triumph. The timing of Syndergaard’s feat is impeccable for Brewers fans. Monday marked the 10th anniversary of Yovani Gallardo almost executed the same accomplishment. While Gallardo’s performance on April 29, 2009, is truly special by itself, it combines with another outing exactly three weeks earlier, making Gallardo’s April of 2009 a month that lives in Milwaukee Brewers pitching lore.