Astros’ mixed no-hitter: All the response, photographs from historic evening

Baseball historical past was made Thursday evening in Philadelphia.

Houston Astros right-hander Cristian Javier and three relievers mixed for under the second no-hitter in World Collection historical past and simply the third no-no in an MLB postseason recreation.

Astros make historical past!

See the ultimate out as 4 Houston pitchers mix for under the second no-hitter in World Collection historical past.

The dominant pitching efficiency silenced Philadelphia’s red-hot bats, as Houston cruised to a 5-0 victory and evened the collection at 2-2. A pivotal Recreation 5 is ready for Thursday evening (8:03 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports activities App).

The person of the second

The man of the moment

Astros pitcher Cristian Javier talks with FOX’s Ken Rosenthal about throwing six no-hit innings in Recreation 4 at Philadelphia. Javier anchored the primary mixed no-hitter in MLB playoff historical past.

Javier struck out 9 and walked simply two in six innings of labor earlier than giving option to Bryan Abreu, Rafael Montero and Ryan Pressly, who every threw a hitless inning.

A perspective on historical past

A perspective on history

Ben Verlander and Alex Curry break down Houston’s mixed no-hitter as Cristian Javier turns in a historic efficiency.

The 4 Astros pitchers mixed to strike out 14 Phillies and allowed simply three complete base-runners.

Dusty Baker on managing a no-hitter

Dusty Baker on managing a no-hitter

Dusty Baker talks with Tom Verducci about how he managed his pitching employees all through solely the third no-hitter in MLB postseason historical past.

Javier has now allowed only one run in his final 35 2/3 innings courting again to Sept. 14 (0.25 ERA). Houston has received eight straight video games with the 25-year-old starter on the mound.

Cristian Javier, heart (holding baseball), celebrates the no-hitter with, from left, Rafael Montero, Bryan Abreu, catcher Christian Vázquez (No. 9) and Ryan Pressly (No. 55). (Photograph by Daniel Shirey/MLB Pictures through Getty Photos)

The scoreboard at Residents Financial institution Park commemorates simply the second no-hitter in World Collection historical past. (Photograph by Steve Boyle/MLB Pictures through Getty Photos)

The one different no-hitter within the World Collection was Don Larsen’s excellent recreation for the Yankees in opposition to the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956.

Ryan Pressly on closing it out

Ryan Pressly on closing it out

Ryan Pressly talks with Ben Verlander about closing out the Astros’ no-hitter Wednesday evening.

Javier was pulled after throwing 97 pitches (63 for strikes) in his six hitless innings.

Jeremy Peña offers his POV on the historic evening

Jeremy Peña gives his POV on the historic night

Astros shortstop Jeremy Peña describes what the mixed no-hitter was like from his perspective.

The mixed no-hitter was the nineteenth in major-league historical past. A type of was by the Astros and Javier earlier this season, coming June 25 at Yankee Stadium.

Christian Vazquez on catching the no-hitter

Christian Vazquez on catching the no-hitter

Astros catcher Christian Vazquez talks about catching the primary no-hitter of his profession.

Alex Bregman’s response

Alex Bregman's reaction

Astros third baseman Alex Bregman talks with the “MLB on FOX” crew in regards to the last out of the sport.

The Astros have thrown 4 mixed no-hitters of their historical past (an MLB franchise file). The Phillies have been no-hit 21 instances, probably the most in MLB historical past.

Philadelphia got here in to Wednesday’s recreation with an ideal 6-0 file at dwelling within the 2022 playoffs and coming off a five-homer barrage in a 7-0 victory in Recreation 3. However Houston’s pitchers silenced the raucous Philly crowd and cooled the Phillies’ scorching lineup.

Houston’s Yuli Gurriel reacts after catching the ultimate out of the mixed no-hitter. (Photograph by Brian Garfinkel/MLB Pictures through Getty Photos)

The Astros have a good time making historical past and squaring the World Collection at 2-2, with Recreation 5 on Thursday evening. (Photograph by Brian Garfinkel/MLB Pictures through Getty Photos)

Ryan Pressly, left, is congratulated by Héctor Neris after closing out the sport. (Photograph by Daniel Shirey/MLB Pictures through Getty Photos)


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