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Mike Fiers pitches 11th no-hitter in Astros franchise history

Fiers makes his first win as an Astros a big one.

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Mike Fiers made his first major league complete game and first win as an Astro count. Fiers pitched the 11th no-hitter in Astros france history. Here are the previous no-hitter in Astros history:

Date Pitcher Final score Opponent Catcher
5/17/1963 Don Nottebart 4–1 Philadelphia Phillies John Bateman
4/23/1964 Ken Johnson 0–1 Cincinnati Reds Jerry Grote
6/18/1967 Don Wilson (1) 2–0 Atlanta Braves Dave Adlesh
5/1/1969 Don Wilson (2) 4–0 at Cincinnati Reds Don Bryant
7/9/1976 Larry Dierker 6–0 Montreal Expos Ed Herrmann
4/7/1979 Ken Forsch 6–0 Atlanta Braves Alan Ashby (1)
9/26/1981 Nolan Ryan* 5–0 Los Angeles Dodgers Alan Ashby (2)
9/25/1986 Mike Scott 2–0 San Francisco Giants Alan Ashby (3)
9/8/1993 Darryl Kile 7–1 New York Mets Scott Servais
6/11/2003 Roy Oswalt (1 IP)
Peter Munro(2.2 IP)
Kirk Saarloos(1.1 IP)
Brad Lidge (2 IP)
Octavio Dotel (1 IP)
Billy Wagner£(1 IP)
8–0 at New York Yankees Brad Ausmus
8/21/2015 Mike Fiers 3–0 Los Angeles Dodgers Jason Castro

It is the first no-hitter thrown by an Astros in Minute Maid Park, and the first complete game no hitter since Darryl Kile in 1993. It is the seventh time the Dodgers have been no-hit in their history, the previous game was June 8, 2012 -- six Mariners pitchers combined (Kevin MillwoodCharlie FurbushStephen PryorLucas LuetgeBrandon League, and Tom Wilhelmsen) for a no hitter.

Fiers threw a career high 134 pitches to complete the no-hitter.