If there's any team that needed a shot in the arm tonight it was the Miami Marlins. As Larry noted their All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon has been suspended 80 games for testing positive for PEDs.
For 7 1/3 innings, it looked like they would get that shot in the arm. Marlins lefty pitcher Adam Conley did not allow a hit to the Milwaukee Brewers. But after 116 pitches, Marlins manager Don Mattingly removed Conley from the game and put Jose Urena into the game. Urena kept the no-no going until the ninth when Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy hit a bloop single. The Brew Crew would score three runs, but the Marlins would win the game 6-3.
Three weeks ago, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling threw 7 1/3 innings of no-hit ball (in his MLB debut no less) when he was taken out of the game by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. Dodger reliever Chris Hatcher promptly gave up a game tying HR to San Francisco Giants back up catcher Trevor Brown. The Dodgers would lose in extra innings.