The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers held zeros in the H columns through six innings at American Family Field on Saturday but neither team could complete the task.
Brewers starter Corbin Burnes threw 6 1/3 innings of no-hit ball before Byron Buxton blasted a ball over the right-center field fence in the seventh inning.
Twins starter José Berrios threw 6 innings of no-hit ball but was pulled for the seventh for Taylor Rogers. Rogers did his job for an inning, but reliever Tyler Duffey gave up a one-out single to right to Omar Narvaez after getting the first out and issuing a walk.
There’s been only one double no-hitter through nine. On Wednesday, May 2, 1917 at Weeghman Park, Vaughn and Toney each held their opponents hitless through nine innings of baseball. The game went to the 10th, and the Reds scored on a single, an error and a error on a swinging bunt. Toney got the no-no and the 1-0 victory, but Vaughn had to settle for a stellar performance that’s not recognized as an official no-hitter.