A team no-hitter in 10⅓ innings. But no win.
The Milwaukee Brewers fell 3-4 to the New York Yankees on April 11 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, United States.
Milwaukee’s starting pitcher was Corbin Burns. Burns was looking for his third straight double-digit win season.
Burns got off to a good start, leaving just one batter on base until the fourth inning. He retired Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Everson Pereira, and Oswaldo Cabrera.
Burns allowed a run for the first time in the fifth inning. He gave up a walk to leadoff hitter Stanton. He induced Isaiah Kainer-Palepa to hit a grounder to shortstop, nabbing Stanton at second. But Kainer-Palepa was caught stealing. With the bases loaded, Burns got Anthony Volpi to fly out to shortstop and then walked Pereira. With runners on first and second, he got Cabrera to fly out to third to end the threat.
After settling down, Burns retired the side in order in the sixth through eighth innings. Burns finished with eight innings of scoreless baseball with two walks and seven strikeouts. He finished the day with a no-hitter. However, the Yankees’ starter, Cole, didn’t get the win either, as he pitched seven scoreless innings with three hits and nine strikeouts.
Milwaukee’s team no-hitter continued after Burns went down. In the bottom of the ninth, Devin Williams struck out pinch-hitter Jake Bauers, DJ LeMahieu grounded out to third base, and Aaron Judge struck out to send the game into extra innings. In the bottom of the 10th, Ivner Yuribe started by striking out Glavier Torres. He gave up a walk to Stanton to put runners on first and second, but struck out Kainer Palepa and got Volpi to fly out to right field.
The long stretch of zeroes was broken in the top of the 11th. With runners on first and third, Tyrone Taylor hit an RBI single. But in the bottom of the 11th, the Yankees tied the game. Pereira singled against reliever Joel Pyjames. With runners on first and third, Oswaldo Cabrera followed with an RBI double. Milwaukee’s team no-hitter ended after 11⅓ innings.
In the top of the 12th, Milwaukee took the lead again. Joey Wimer led off with a double to center field. Willie Adames followed with a grounder to center field, but Wimer tagged up and went to third. Andrew Monasterio followed with a sacrifice fly to center field to make it 3-1.
But in the bottom of the 12th, the Yankees evened the score. Leadoff hitter Stanton hit a two-run homer off reliever Andrew Chapin. Milwaukee was unable to score in the top of the 13th, and Kyle Higashioka hit a game-tying single in the bottom of the 13th to end the game in favor of the Yankees.온라인바카
“Milwaukee was attempting the third team no-hitter in franchise history,” said MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball. However, they fell short in extra innings.