Congrats, you last-place Marlins, on your biggest inning in history.
The Nats have just lost five in a row.
But tonight—something big changed.
Every no-hitter has one great play to keep it alive.
This one had two, in the same inning.
The Reds got hit by four pitches in one inning.
First time it’s happened since 1893.
“We’ve been waiting,” says Michael Kay, as Stanton walks up to the plate.
“For his signature Yankee moment.”
Lorenzo Cain just pulled off baseball magic on the basepaths.
And one of the smartest plays in years.
We’ve come a long, long way together. Through the hard times and the good.
I have to celebrate you, Jason.
I have to praise you like I should.