Dodgers' Rich Hill Loses No-Hitter On Walk-Off Home Run Against Pirates

Rich Hill has a no-hitter through nine innings after having his perfect game broken up by an error. 
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Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill had his perfect game against the Pirates broken up with an error at the start of the ninth inning and lost his no-hitter after giving up a walk-off home run to lead off the 10th inning as the Pirates beat the Dodgers 1-0.

Hill struck out 10 and threw just 99 pitches while facing 29 batters in the loss. 

The 37-year-old Hill has had a solid season, entering Wednesday night's game with a 3.54 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 112 strikeouts. He is now 9-5 on the season.

Seventh Inning

• Starling Marte hit a sharply hit ground ball right at second baseman Chase Utley for the first out of the inning. 

• Hill threw a fastball past Josh Harrison for his ninth strikeout of the night. 

• Hill got Andrew McCutchen to ground out to Forsythe. He is now perfect through 7.  

Eighth Inning

• Josh Bell lined out on a hard hit ball that Utley dove to catch.

• David Freese popped out to first basemen Adrian González.

• Hill struck out Sean Rodriguez on fastball.

Ninth Inning

• Jordy Mercer reached first base on an error by Forsythe at third base.

• Chris Stewart advanced Mercer to second with a sacrifice bunt.

• José Osuna grounded out to Forsythe.

• Marte grounded out to shortstop Corey Seager.

Tenth Inning

• Harrison hit a walk-off home run to left field to lead off the inning.