Brewers combine for no-hitter over Cleveland

The Milwaukee Brewers used a combo led by Corbin Burnes to throw a collective no-hitter in their 3-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday. Burnes pitched eight innings and Hader followed that with closing out the ninth without giving up a hit. It was the second time in franchise history the Brewers have held an opponent to no hits. 


At the plate, Christian Yelich had an RBI double that scored Kolten Wong and then Yelich came home later in the inning after Omar Narvaez helped him out with a sac fly. Daniel Vogelbach got the only other run of the game, when he was batted in by Rowdy Tellez. The Brewers are now 88-55 and they play Cleveland again on Sunday at 12:10 PM. 

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