Marlins end Red Sox no-hitter and complete 3-game sweep – News Block

Although Boston Red Sox starter Brayan Bello flirting with a no-hitter, the visitor miami marlins recovered late and completed a three-game series with a 2-0 win on Thursday night

He marlins ended Bello’s no-hitter and then took the lead, thanks to Jon Berti’s RBI single to center field, during an eighth-inning rally.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. doubled Miami’s lead with his second home run in as many games to center field in the ninth. He has nine explosions.

Joey Wendle went 2 for 4 and starter Jesus Luzardo allowed just three hits and struck out nine in 6 1/3 scoreless innings.

Tanner Scott and AJ Puk pitched one-hitter over two combined innings following reliever Andrew Nardi’s (6-1) win. Puk recorded his 13th save.

Jean Segura led off the eighth inning with Miami’s first hit, a dipping single up the middle. red sox Shortstop Enrique Hernández knocked down behind second base

After Wendle’s single to right fielded Segura to third, Berti hit an RBI single to center off reliever Chris Martin. A double play ball at 5-2-3 and a Jorge Soler strikeout ended the inning without major damage.

Bello (5-5) struck out five and allowed one run, two hits and a walk over seven innings.

Alex Verdugo began Boston’s at-bats with a liner single to left, but after Rafael Devers drew a two-out walk, Luzardo left both runners on base to finish the opening frame.

After Devers received the free pass, the red sox The offense was quiet until the late stages of the game. Luzardo pitched five straight 1-2-3 innings, a series that was broken when Devers and Adam Duvall hit back-to-back one-out singles in the seventh.

Boston’s offense was held to just four hits and struck out 14 times.

Nardi relieved Luzardo and finished the inning with back-to-back outs, including a strikeout by Masataka Yoshida.

Chisholm reached on a hard groundout that was ruled an error on red sox first baseman Justin Turner at second, but a strikeout, groundout and lineout got Bello off the hook

Nick Fortes’s groundout into a double play erased Jesús Sánchez’s leadoff walk in the third. Bello hooked an inning end line to continue his long quest with a no-no.

–Field level media

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