Milwaukee Brewers no-hit through eight innings

A 4-3 final suggests a closer contest than it was Tuesday night at Target Field in Minneapolis. The Milwaukee Brewers' late rally attempt was nullified in extras after flirting with being on the wrong side of a historical performance from Twins starter Kenta Maeda. After they were no-hit through eight innings, the Crew finally came to life for three in the last frame of regulation to tie the game helped by a throwing error from Twins second baseman Ildemaro Vargas.

Minnesota scored in the bottom of the 12th without the courtesy of a hit. New rules have a runner starting at second base with Byron Buxton scoring on a fielder's choice against five infielders, including Ryan Braun, who began the evening as designated hitter and moved to third base for Milwaukee.


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