Four Cubs minor leaguers combine for no-hitter
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Four Cubs minor leaguers combined to throw a no-hitter Sunday for the Class-A Eugene Emeralds.
Preston Morrison, Kyle Twomey, Luis Hernandez and Trey Masek earned the minor league team’s first no-hitter since 1968 in a 3-0 win over Everett.
Morrison, in his first season out of TCU, was perfect in his three inning start with four strikeouts. Twomey, who earned the win, issued a walk in the fourth inning.
Hernandez pitched a perfect seventh but walked two batters in the eighth. Then, with runners at first and third, a sharp liner to third was snagged by Blake Headley to end the threat. Masek, a fifth-round pick by the Cubs in 2013 out of Texas Tech, picked up the save by tossing a 1-2-3 ninth inning.
The four pitchers combined to strike out 12 batters and issued three walks. The Eugene defense also made one error.
Check out the box score of the game here.