that you'd never heard of Guillermo Moscoso before - you may cease panicking, and return to a state of blissful ignorance.Oakland's least-known starter took a no-hitter into the eighth inning against the Kansas City Royals Wednesday afternoon. He actually retired the first 17 batters he faced before walking Alcides Escobar, but then he kept on not allowing hits a little while longer.Jeff Francoeur led off the top of the eighth with a line drive, which was bad , but second baseman Jemile Weeks caught the line drive, which was good. After Francoeur, Moscoso got to a full count against Mitch Maier before freezing him with the following fastball:Maier disagreed with the call, as did the Internet, but the call was the call, meaning Moscoso was just four outs away from completing his masterpiece.Alas, it was not to be. The next batter was Salvador Perez, and Moscoso got ahead 0-and-2. After a couple pitches missed, though, Moscoso left an outside slider at the belt, and Perez slashed it into right field for a single. The bid was snapped, and the game paused for a brief moment to allow the Oakland crowd to give Moscoso a standing ovation . This is not an attendance joke . The pause was brief.Moscoso did retire Mike Moustakas to end the inning. At 106 pitches through eight, his day is presumably done, but what a day, even if it was a little less than what it could have been.