Yoshitomo Tsutsugo of the Major League Baseball Pirates made a full appearance against the Reds and was a no-hitter with three at bats.

The match was a rare result, with Pirates winning 1-0 with no hits.

Tsutsugo started in the 5th first at the Reds match in Pittsburgh on the 15th, with the first at bat being the center fly, the second at bat being the light fly, and the third at bat being the outfield fly. With no hits in 3 at bats, the batting average was 10%, 7 minutes and 4 at bats.

Pirates did not hit any players other than Tsutsugo, but in the 8th inning, he scored 1 point between the infield grounder as a bases loaded with 3 foreballs and won 1-0 with no hits.

After the match, Tsutsugo said, "It's the first time I've won with no hits. I was surprised." Was there.

According to the baseball team, the no-hitter team won the 6th time in 14 years since the Dodgers on June 28, 2008, and Takashi Saito, who was the Dodgers' restraint at that time, climbed to the 9th in this game. I'm giving a save.