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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada had a no-hitter broken up in the eighth inning by Boston Red Sox left fielder Chris Young. 

By SI Wire
June 05, 2016

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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada had a no-hitter broken up in the eighth inning by Boston Red Sox left fielder Chris Young. 

Young crushed a first pitch fastball over the left field wall to get the Red Sox on the board. Toronto still leads 5–1.  

Estrada settled down to finish the inning and has thrown 108 pitches heading in the ninth.

He was aiming to become just the second pitcher in Blue Jays history to throw a no-hitter. The first and only no-hitter for a Toronto pitcher was thrown by Dave Stieb against the Cleveland Indians in 1990. 

Estrada entered the game with a 3–2 record and 2.43 ERA in 10 starts this season.

Follow along with the game live here.

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