Reyes breaks up no-hit bid, again
MIAMI — In the 57th regular season game at Marlins Park, Dodgers lefty Chris Capuano flirted with making history.
Capuano held the Marlins without a hit until Jose Reyes’ one-out single to center in the seventh inning.
Twice at Miami’s new home Reyes has foiled a no-hit bid. On Opening Night, St. Louis’ Kyle Lohse didn’t allow a hit through six innings. But leading off the seventh, Reyes singled to right.
The Marlins avoided being one-hit when Nick Green dropped a single to right in the eighth inning off Capuano.
Capuano yielded the two hits while striking out 10 in eight innings.
The Marlins season-low hit game remains one. On June 15 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Donovan Solano singled with one out in the first inning off Matt Moore. It was the lone hit for Miami on the day.
Twice in their history, the Marlins have been no-hit. Ramon Martinez, Pedro’s brother, did it while with the Dodgers on July 14, 1995. And on May 29, 2010, Roy Halladay threw a perfect game at Sun Life Stadium.
Marlins’ one or less hit games
At Tampa Bay, 1-hit, June 15, 2012
At Oakland, 1-hit, June 28, 2011
vs. Philadelphia, Perfect Game by Halladay, May 29, 2010
Vs. Philadelphia, 1-hit, July 16, 2009
Vs. Tampa Bay, 1-hit June 26, 2008
At New York Mets, 1-hi, Sept. 29, 2007
At New York Mets, 1-hit, April 15, 2005
At New York Mets, 1-hit, June 17, 2003
vs. Atlanta, 1-hit, July 24, 2002
At Los Angeles Dodgers, No-hitter by Martinez, July 14, 1995
— Joe Frisaro