It's true, last night the Dodgers beat the Angels 1-0 and failed to record a hit the entire game.
The Dodgers have been trying to win without hitting all year and Saturday night they literally did.
They were held hitless by Angels starter Jered Weaver and reliever Jose Arredondo, but recorded a 1-0 win anyway with an unearned run in the fifth inning. It was only the fifth time since 1900 a Major League team won a game without a hit.
Although by MLB rules it doesn't officially qualify as a no-hitter because the Angels didn't pitch nine innings, it was the first time the Dodgers were no-hit since Kent Mercker and Atlanta, April 8, 1994; the first time a Dodgers team won a game without a hit and the first time any team won a game without a hit since 1992, when the Indians beat Boston and former Dodgers pitcher Matt Young.
Pretty crazy stuff...