Astros Grienke Losses No-Hitter in 9th Inning

Sports That Matters

Powered By 


Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses

September 26, 2019

The Associated Press
Houston Astros starting pitcher Zack Greinke throws to a Seattle Mariners batter during the fifth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Zack Greinke still believes there would be some hassle if the day ever comes he throws a no-hitter.

But he wants one, especially after coming agonizingly close to the first of his career.

“There is some hassle to it, but I think I would have liked to have done it,” Greinke said.

Greinke came within two outs of pitching the third no-hitter by the Houston Astros this year, losing his bid on a single by Seattle rookie Austin Nola in the ninth inning of a 3-0 win over the Mariners on Wednesday night.

Greinke (18-5) was in complete control in his closet attempt ever for a no-hitter, only to see the bid ended two outs short of making history. (READ MORE) by Tim Booth | US News

In case you were wondering, Astros pitcher Zack Greinke thinks no-hitters are still a hassle. He nearly found out how much of a hassle Wednesday night.

In a season full of magical moments and landmark individual accomplishments for the Astros, Greinke nearly snuck in one more in his final regular-season start when he carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning and lost it on a one-out single by Austin Nola in a 3-0 win over the Mariners at T-Mobile Field.

“I thought it was looking like a pretty decent chance,” Greinke said, “especially the last inning.” (READ MORE) by Brian McTaggart

The Mariners avoided making Major League Baseball history Wednesday night at T-Mobile Park. And that was a good thing.

From Zack Greinke’s first pitch of the game until Austin Nola’s one-out single in the ninth, the Mariners were on the verge of being no-hit three times in one season. That dubious achievement would have put them in the all-time MLB record book. No team has ever been no-hit three times in one season. (READ MORE) by Ryan Divish

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *