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The most recent no-hitter for all 30 MLB teams
There have been more than 300 no-hitters in MLB history. Here are the most recent by team.Diamondbacks rookie left-hander Tyler Gilbert became the latest to etch his name into the stone slabs of baseball history, no-hitting the Padres on Aug. 14.
Milwaukee Brewers (88-55, first in the NL Central) vs. Cleveland Indians (69-71, second in the AL Central)
Cleveland; Sunday, 1:10 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBABLES: Brewers: Eric Lauer (5-5, 2.99 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, 91 strikeouts) Indians: Aaron Civale (10-3, 3.25 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 82 strikeouts)
BOTTOM LINE: Cleveland and Milwaukee will square off on Sunday.
The Indians are 36-35 on their home turf. Cleveland hitters have posted a team on-base percentage of .300 this season, led by Myles Straw with a mark of .350.
The Brewers have gone 48-24 away from home. Milwaukee has slugged .400 this season. Eduardo Escobar leads the team with a mark of .488.
The Brewers won the last meeting 3-0. Corbin Burnes earned his 10th victory and Christian Yelich went 1-for-3 with a double and an RBI for Milwaukee. Zach Plesac registered his fifth loss for Cleveland.
Brewers rally for 4 in 7th, beat Reds 7-4 to increase lead
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Omar Narváez hit a tiebreaking double in a four-run seventh inning, Kolten Wong added a two-run homer in the eighth and the Milwaukee Brewers rallied past the Cincinnati Reds 7-4 on Tuesday night. Milwaukee shortstop Willy Adames exited early with a leg injury, but the first-place Brewers hit a trio of sacrifice flies to win the opener of a three-game series between the top two teams in the NL Central. They increased theirMilwaukee shortstop Willy Adames exited early with a leg injury, but the first-place Brewers hit a trio of sacrifice flies to win the opener of a three-game series between the top two teams in the NL Central.
TOP PERFORMERS: Jose Ramirez leads the Indians with 66 extra base hits and is batting .259.
Escobar leads the Brewers with 52 extra base hits and 79 RBIs.
LAST 10 GAMES: Indians: 3-7, .210 batting average, 4.26 ERA, outscored by 12 runs
Brewers: 7-3, .267 batting average, 4.05 ERA, outscored opponents by two runs
INJURIES: Indians: Nick Sandlin: (shoulder), Shane Bieber: (shoulder), Josh Naylor: (ankle), Wilson Ramos: (knee), Roberto Perez: (shoulder).
Brewers: Brandon Woodruff: (illness), Justin Topa: (elbow), Angel Perdomo: (back), John Curtiss: (elbow), John Axford: (elbow), Brett Anderson: (shoulder), Tyrone Taylor: (oblique), Rowdy Tellez: (knee), Mark Mathias: (shoulder), Willy Adames: (quad).
The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.
The Associated Press
Indians beat Royals in last home game before name change .
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians won their last home game before becoming the Guardians, beating the Kansas City Royals 8-3 on Monday to close a run that started in 1915 and will continue next season with a new identity. Amed Rosario homered and Cal Quantrill pitched six strong innings to delight a Progressive Field crowd of 13,121 that came to see their team as the Indians play one last time. Rosario finished with four hits and three RBIs. Cleveland’s Bradley Zimmer homered off his brother, Kansas City reliever Kyle Zimmer, in the eighth. Salvador Perez drove in two runs for the Royals.