New York Mets’ Tylor Megill and 4 relievers team up to create a no-hitter against the Philadelphia Phillies

New York Mets starter Tylor MegillFour relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter in a 3-1 win over the Philadelphia PhilliesFriday night

Megill pitched the first five innings. Megill made his 23rd appearance in the major leagues, striking out five and walking three.

Drew SmithHe struck out four batters and walked one in just 1 1/3 innings. He was relieved. Joely RodriguezHe went one inning. Seth LugoThe eighth inning saw the final two outs.

Edwin DiazThe ninth was closed with two strikeouts.

Mets center fielder Brandon NimmoHe has been credited with some of the best defensive plays. He made running catches to end the second and third innings, and then he slid to his snare. Jean SeguraThe third is finished by the sinking liner.

This season's major leagues have not seen a no-hitter.

Megill was the 4th pitcher to be removed after having thrown at least 5 no-hit innings during this season. Dodgers ace Clayton KershawSan Diego's seven-inning perfect game was the reason that San Diego's took him out. Sean ManaeaAfter seven no-hit innings, Padres teammate Yu Darvish came out after six no-hit innings.

Six more were added. Tampa Bay RaysIn the 10th inning, pitchers from both teams had a no-hitter. Boston Red Sox last Saturday. The Red Sox ended the no-hitter by scoring twice in the top 10th, but the Rays won 3-2.

Johan Santana pitched the Mets' no-hitter on June 1, 2012. He struck out eight batters and required 134 pitches to complete an 8-0 victory over the Phillies. St. Louis Cardinals.

This report was contributed by The Associated Press.

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