Rays lose a combo no-hit bid to the 10th. But Kevin Kiermaier wins big in Tampa Bay’s wild win over Boston Red Sox

Kevin KiermaierTampa Bay's 10th inning of three-run runs was capped by a game-ending hit, which earned the Rays victory. Boston Red SoxAfter losing their bid to have a no-hitter in both the top and bottom halves of the final frame, the 3-2 victory was recorded on Saturday night.

Matt Wisler(1-0) Boston's first hit was surrendered by Bobby DalbecThe 10th was opened by a triple and driving in an automatic runner Jackie Bradley Jr. For a lead of 1-0 Christian Vázquez followed with a sacrifice fly to left.

Major League Baseball rules state that it does not count as a no-hitter unless the game is over and a team has no hits.

Hansel Robles(1-1) was then called in for Boston and struck out two Tampa Bay batters during the bottom half. But automatic runner Randy ArozarenaA balk was taken and the advance was made. Taylor WallsReached on throwing error by second baseman Trevor Story.

Walls won second. Kiermaier drove Robles’ 3-1 pitch to the right, scoring his first homer of this season.

Boston had two hits. Tampa Bay had three.

Brandon Lowe's leadoff two in the fourth Boston starter Garrett WhitlockThis was the only hit in the game, before Brett Phillips' double in the eighth. Kutter Crawford. Mike Zunino followed with a 400-foot fly ball hauled in by Kiké Hernández at the wall in center.

Whitlock, who was a relief pitcher for Boston last year, struck out seven batters in his first major league appearance.

J.P. FeyereisenTampa Bay's opener saw two perfect innings, with two strikeouts. Javy GuerraTwo outs were then achieved. Jeffrey SpringsHe pitched two innings. Jason Adam got four outs, Ryan Thompsonpitched the seventh Andrew KittredgeThe eighth and ninth were successful.

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