The Cubs combined to no hit the Dodgers on Thursday night at Dodger Stadium. While it’s not officially recognized as no hitter, notably it’s the first one in the post sticky stuff era.
LA is 44-31. They are no-hit by the Cubbies. The last no-hitter at Dodger Stadium was also by the Cubs in 2015 thrown by Jake Arrieta. LA has lost 4 straight ?
— Michael J. Duarte (@michaeljduarte) June 25, 2021
Unfortunately, this no-no comes after an ugly sweep by the Padres in San Diego. It’s the 4th straight loss for the Dodgers who are 19 for their last 138 at-bats (.137).
Cubs starter Zach Davies tossed the first 6 innings of the game, walking 5 while striking out only 4. Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin, and Craig Kimbrel each pitched an inning to seal the deal for Chicago. It was the first-ever combined no hitter in the history of the Cubbies.
The Dodger loss also marked the first loss for Thursday night’s starter Walker Buehler since September 2019, ending a streak of 23 consecutive regular season outings without a loss. Buehler will remain tied with Kirby Higby for the most consecutive starts without a loss.
The Dodgers have lost all 4 games against the Cubs this season.
— MLB (@MLB) June 25, 2021
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