Brewers' Chase Anderson’s no-hitter ends after seven innings

Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Chase Anderson took a no-hitter into the eighth against the Cubs before Ben Zobrist broke it up with a no-out double.

Anderson threw six strikeouts and issued one walk through his first seven innings. The pitcher entered the game 1–5 with a 5.23 ERA in eight starts this season, having not won a decision since April 8.

The Brewers won 4–2 thanks to a Jonathan Lucroy home run and a three-run sixth inning.

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The Cubs entered the game 27–9, while the Brewers entered 16–22.

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