Crimson Sox starter Bello’s no-hit bid foiled in eighth, Marlins high Boston 2-0

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Red Sox starter Brayan Bello delivers a pitch in the first inning.
Crimson Sox starter Brayan Bello delivers a pitch within the first inning. AP Photograph/Steven Senne

BOSTON (AP) — Jean Segura’s infield single broke up Brayan Bello’s no-hit bid with no person out within the eighth inning, and the Miami Marlins adopted with three extra hits to interrupt a scoreless tie and beat the Boston Crimson Sox 2-0 on Thursday night time.

Bello held the Marlins hitless via seven, retiring main league batting chief Luis Arraez all 3 times he confronted him. Arraez, who additionally drew an intentional stroll within the eighth, noticed his batting common drop from .396 to .392.

Bello (5-5) struck out 5 and walked one. He was charged with an earned run when Chris Martin relieved him and gave up an RBI single to Jon Berti that made it 1-0.

A base hit by Jesus Sanchez loaded the bases, Nick Fortes hit right into a 5-2-3 double play and, after Arraez was deliberately walked to load the bases, Jorge Soler struck out to finish the inning.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. added a solo homer within the ninth.

The Crimson Sox solely managed one hit of their very own within the first six innings in opposition to Marlins lefty Jesus Lazardo earlier than chasing him within the seventh with back-to-back singles by Rafael Devers and Adam Duvall.

However reliever Andrew Nardi (6-1) pitched out of hassle by hanging out Masataka Yoshida and getting Christian Arroyo on a comebacker to the mound. Boston registered simply 4 hits in all, and likewise performed sloppy protection.

A.J. Puk pitched the ninth for his thirteenth save.

Bello’s bid got here at some point after Yankees righty Domingo Germán threw the twenty fourth good sport in main league historical past. It was additionally the primary no-hitter of the season.


Marlins: 1B Yuli Gurriel was scratched from the lineup after being hit within the face whereas taking grounders at first throughout batting apply. Folks rushed out to assist him, and he was escorted off the sector with a blood-stained towel masking his face. Arraez moved over to first base, and Segura took Gurriel’s No. 5 spot within the batting order.

Crimson Sox: LHP Chris Sale was cleared to throw following an MRI on his left shoulder. Sale threw from the pitching mound distance, however not at full pace. The 34-year-old Sale has been on the injured record since June 2.


Marlins: RHP Bryan Hoeing (1-1) will face Atlanta within the sequence opener in opposition to the Braves, who haven’t named a starter.

Crimson Sox: Open a three-game sequence in Toronto, with LHP James Paxton (3-1) going through RHP Jose Berrios (8-5).