Dodgers’ Tyler Anderson loses his no-hit bid in ninth against Shohei Ohtani Los Angeles Angels

LOS ANGELES — Tyler AndersonWednesday night's remarkable — but somewhat unlikely — no-hit bid was two short of its goal. Shohei Ohtani It was broken up by a triple-line drive in the ninth inning. Los Angeles DodgersThe eventual victory of 4-1 over crosstown rival Los Angeles Angels.

Anderson's 123rd pitch was Ohtani's third triple of the night. This is 14 more than his previous career record. The 32-year old left-hander relied heavily upon his effective changeup to strike out eight batters. Anderson also issued two walks and hit another. Two other batters reached base on errors.

The first was Taylor WardThe game began with a harmlessly thrown fly ball by, which set off a collision between Cody Bellinger Mookie Betts In right-center field, the ball squirted away from Bellinger before Ward was able to reach second base. The second came with a slow roller off of the bat. Jared Walsh In the seventh inning Anderson threw erratically and took the first-base position.

Anderson, 32 years old, retired four of his next five batters. The eighth inning was completed with a strikeout. Anderson then walked off to standing ovation. He started the ninth with 117 pitches. This is eight more than his previous career-high. Mike Trout out looking on a high-cutting cutter. Ohtani lined a liner into right field on the next pitch. Betts tried full extension, but couldn't make the catch that would keep the no-hitter alive. Anderson was given a standing ovation as he left the mound. Craig Kimbrel Keep the records of the last two outs.

Anderson was the Dodgers' first pitcher to lose a no-hitter within the ninth inning. Rich HillHe was defeated by the tenth in the final. Pittsburgh Pirates 23 August 2017. Anderson's opponent was Reid DetmersThis is the solo no-hitter for the 2022 season. Since Sept. 11, 1999, the Angels have not been no-hit. This is the second longest active streak in major league baseball.

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