Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda has a no-hitter through five innings against the Phillies.
Kuroda has thrown 59 pitches and struck out four. Jayson Werth has been the Phillies' lone baserunner. He was hit in the second inning.
UPDATE: Kuroda walked his first batter of the game, Carlos Ruiz, but got his fifth and sixth strikeouts of the game to get through the sixth inning. Roy Halladay hasn't been as sharp, allowing three runs on eight hits as the Dodgers lead 3-0.
UPDATE: And we're through seven, as Kuroda retired Chase Utley, Placido Polanco and Ryan Howard. He's thrown 83 pitches.
UPDATE: Now this is just funny -- a guy who was 1 for 46 coming in has more hits than the Phillies. Yep, Kuroda picked up his first hit of the season in the bottom of the seventh.
UPDATE: Kuroda has entered the eighth with a no-hitter before and is searching to leave the eighth inning with a no-hitter for the first time. Former Dodgers Shane Victorino singles to right with one out in the eighth to break it up.
UPDATE: Kuroda's night is done after 7 2/3. He struck out the last batter he faced, Carlos Ruiz. He finished with seven strikeouts and two walks and is on the hook for the two runners on base as Hong-Chih Kuo enters the game for Los Angeles.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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