A trio of Detroit Tigers tossed a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday for a 2-0 victory at Comerica Park.
Starting pitcher Matt Manning kicked off the effort with 6⅔ hitless of no-hit ball before handing it to right-hander Jason Foley, who finished off the seventh. Foley also pitched a 1-2-3 eighth, and closer Alex Lange sealed the no-no with a perfect ninth.
Manning struck out five and walked three, which accounted for the Blue Jays’ only baserunners.
The combined effort — major-league baseball’s 20th — was Detroit’s first no-no since Spencer Turnbill’s effort in Seattle during the 2021 season. The Blue Jays were last held hitless in 2019, when the Houston Astros’ Justin Verlander tossed one at Rogers Centre.