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Anderson’s no-hit bid for Dodgers broken up in 9th by Ohtani


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tyler Anderson of the Los Angeles Dodgers has lost his bid for a no-hitter when Los Angeles Angels star Shoehi Ohtani tripled with one out in the ninth inning. Ohtani pulled a line drive into the right-field corner well beyond a diving Mookie Betts. It came on the 123rd pitch from Anderson — his previous career high was 109 in 2018 with Colorado. Anderson threw a called third strike past three-time MVP Mike Trout to start the ninth as the Dodger Stadium crowd roared. Ohtani, last year’s AL MVP, lined the next pitch into right. Anderson shook his head slightly and was lifted for closer Craig Kimbrel with the Dodgers leading 4-0. The 32-year-old left-hander tipped his cap as he walked off the mound to a standing ovation.

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