Phillies’ Michael Lorenzen throws no-hitter vs. Nationals, wasting no time after trade

Phillies’ Michael Lorenzen throws no-hitter vs. Nationals, wasting no time after trade

Philadelphia Phillies right-handed starter Michael Lorenzen did not give up a hit in Wednesday’s 7-0 win over the Washington Nationals. Here’s what you need to know:

Lorenzen, 31, threw 124 pitches (76 strikes), with five strikeouts and four walks.
Prior to Wednesday, the Nationals hadn’t been no-hit as a franchise since moving to Washington from Montreal in 2005.
The Phillies (63-52) sit second in the National League East, while the Nationals (50-65) are last in the division.

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