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of a game (or the pitching) in which a pitcher allows the opponent no hits

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Montreal's Mark Gardner no-hit the Dodgers for nine innings on July 26, 1991, at Dodger Stadium, only to surrender a hit in the 10th and lose 1-0.
Arnold's initial season as a Yankees farmhand yielded a 7-2 record and his no-hit game during the 2001 season was the first in the history of the Staten Island Yankees.
When Brenly had time to reflect on his actions he realized that he was off base and that San Diego still had a chance to win, but the event sparked comments about "unwritten rules" that supposedly come into play in the late innings of no-hit and perfect games.
Irving and Goldstein (1990) described home-field advantage as a territorial effect, noted that home-field advantage appeared to increase as the superiority of performance increased, and found home-field advantage to have a statistically significant relationship with no-hit major league baseball games.
Dave Berg earned the win after throwing two no-hit innings for Eugene.
But the no-hit bug struck Major League Baseball hard in June 1990.
Hurlers Nicky Borromeo and Clarielle Dacanay combined for a no-hit job in the first three innings while the Wildcats pounced on De La Salle-Zobel's wild pitching en route to a 16-run binge, highlighted by Mei Uy's homer.
1989 -- Dave Stieb of the Toronto Blue Jays, who lost consecutive no-hit bids with two outs in the ninth inning last September, came within one out of a perfect game before settling for a two-hit 2-1 victory over the New York Yankees.
Sean Minor pitched three solid innings of no-hit relief for Notre Dame, giving up only a one-out walk to Scott Liske in the bottom of the ninth.
Smith, in only his 11th game as a starting pitcher, no-hit the San Diego Padres in a 4-0 Cards win.
Jack Karraker threw four no-hit innings to start the game for Oregon (14-6, 1-2 Pac-12), and relievers Joe Reta and Stephen Nogosek followed to keep the game scoreless entering the seventh inning.
He was the receiver for no-hit games pitched by Hideo Nomo in 2001, Derek Lowe in 2002, Clay Buchholz in 2007 and Jon Lester in 2008.
The Bravehearts eventually got three innings of no-hit relief with six strikeouts from David Montiverdi and two shutout innings with five strikeouts from Josh Desai, but it was much too late.
But the Marlins batters could not produce a run in the first eight innings, leaving the game a scoreless deadlock entering the bottom of the ninth to bring about a bizarre and dramatic finish to Alvarez's no-hit effort.
The Golden Cougars (4-3) scored their only run in the fifth inning on a two-out single by Mike Sanchez that brought home Adir Robles from second and ended Wharton's no-hit bid.