Marlins' Volquez throwing no-hitter through 8 versus Arizona
- Author: Stacy Allen Jun 04, 2017,
Jun 04, 2017, 5:43
Miami said there was no shame in losing to the three-time All-Star. Chatwood (5-7) allowed one run on four hits and one walk with eight strikeouts over eight innings. That included two starts filling in for the injured Taijuan Walker and Delgado was likely getting his last start Saturday against the Miami Marlins before Walker's return. Wainwright -6-3 - struck out six and walked two, pitching out of two-on, one-out jams in the fourth and fifth, and extending his scoreless streak to 16 1/3 innings.
NEW YORK - Chase Anderson pitched seven shutout innings and the Brewers benefited - temporarily, anyway - when a Milwaukee bat boy bumped into Mets infielder Wilmer Flores on a foul popup in a victory over New York.
Greinke was 1 for 25 this year before he singled in the sixth. The right-hander should get another turn in the Arizona rotation, and it'll probably come over the weekend in Miami. And Stanton took outright possession of the Marlins' all-time RBI lead, his 579th breaking a tie with Mike Lowell on the franchise list. Chris Iannetta also homered and David Peralta scored twice for the Diamondbacks, whose three-game winning streak was snapped.
Shipley (0-1, 6.75) makes his second start of the season for Arizona, against Miami's Vance Worley (0-2, 4.50) in the series finale. The Diamondbacks give Randall Delgado his third consecutive start when he faces the Marlins Saturday.
Volquez snapped a career-long eight-game losing skid dating to a year ago on Monday after allowing one run on three hits in six innings of a 4-1 victory over Philadelphia.
In Baltimore, Wade Miley allowed one run in seven innings, Mark Trumbo hit the first of Baltimore's four home runs off Eduardo Rodriguez and the Orioles beat Boston. Volquez comes off of a 4-1 win versus Philadelphia with the lone run plated on three hits and a pair of BB in six frames.
Arizona cut its deficit to 4-2 in the third. The left-hander struck out five for the Yankees, who have won two of the first three games of the four-game series.
The closest Volquez has ever come to doing something like this before wasn't even close - he one-hit the Astros over eight innings back in 2009. He had been 0-5 in seven starts against Toronto since beating the Blue Jays on April 6, 2014.
Volquez tossed nine no-hit frames, striking out 10 while walking two in a 3-0 Marlins victory over Arizona.
The A's also had a two-run homer in the first inning from Jed Lowrie, who went 3-for-5 with two doubles and a career-high tying four RBIs.
The Twins overcame two solo home runs from Los Angeles' Kole Calhoun, while keeping Albert Pujols stuck at career home-run No.599. That bid was ended by the Reds' Devin Mesoraco, who hit a leadoff single in the seventh inning. Pujols had one single in four at-bats.