Nine Atlanta Braves pitchers combined for a no-hitter against the Houston Astros in Kissimmee, Florida on Sunday in a 10-inning game that ended in a 2-2 tie.

Of course it’s spring training so it doesn’t really count, but only one real major league no-hitter has ended in a tie, and that was back in 1884. In that Oct. 4 game, the Brooklyn Atlantics’ Sam Kimber no-hit the Toledo Blue Stockings in an American Association game at Brooklyn’s Washington Park that lasted 10 innings.

The pitchers throwing the combined no-no with their innings pitched are:
Cody Martin (2)
Jim Johnson (1)
Josh Outman (1)
Brandon Cunniff (1)
Ian Thomas (1)
Mauricio Cabrera (1)
Lucas Sims (1)
Justin Jackson (1)
Jairo Heredia (1)

They combined to allow two earned runs on nine walks while striking out nine.

Here are the Boston / Milwaukee / Atlanta Braves no-hitters that count: Braves No-hitters.

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