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Yankees no-hit by Astros for first time since 2003

There was history at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Houston Astros tossed a combined no-hitter and blanked the New York Yankees, 3-0. This is the first time that the Yankees have been no-hit since 2003, and the eighth time in franchise history.

New York’s offense just could not get anything going against Astro’s starter Cristian Javier. The right-hander tossed seven hitless innings while striking out a career-high 13 batters and allowing just one baserunner. Hector Neris and Ryan Pressly followed Javier to complete the no-hitter.


Gerrit Cole started on the mound for the Yankees and fired seven innings of one-run ball while striking eight. The only run he surrendered came in the seventh when J.J. Matijevic crushed one into the second deck in right.

Michael King allowed a solo home run to Jose Altuve in the eighth. Lucas Luetge gave up an RBI single in the ninth.

The Yankees will try to snap their two-game skid on Sunday afternoon and split the four-game series with Nestor Cortes on the hill. The first pitch is slated for 1:35 p.m.



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