10:10 PM ET, June 8, 2012
Safeco Field, Seattle, Washington
SEATTLE -- Mariners catcher Jesus Montero ran around with his arms in the air looking for someone to join in the party.After the final out of an odd no-hitter pitched by Kevin Millwood and five Seattle relievers, nobody was quite sure how to celebrate."I think we all took a second and looked around and were like, did that really happen -- and what do we do now?" shortstop Brendan Ryan said.
Seattle ace Felix Hernandez was pushed back and will start Tuesday against San Diego. Hernandez has been bothered by a sore back. ... It was the Dodgers' fourth game in Seattle and first since 2000. ... It was Pryor's first major league win.
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Regular Season Series
|7th||K Seager singled to left, I Suzuki scored, D Ackley to second.||0||1|
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|Stadium||Safeco Field, Seattle, WA|
|Attendance||22,028 (46.3% full) - % is based on regular season capacity|
|Umpires||Home Plate - Brian Runge, First Base - Ted Barrett, Second Base - Marvin Hudson, Third Base - Dale Scott|
From Elias: The Dodgers entered Friday's game against the Mariners with a 37-21 record, the best in MLB. They are the 4th team since 1900 to have the best record in MLB (minimum 50 games into a season) and be no-hit.[+]
Teams with Best W-L in MLB to be No-Hit - Minimum 50 Games into Season Since 1900
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