It's the fourth no-hitter in MLB in 2015, the ninth since the 2014 season began, and the 291st in history. It's also the fifth no-hitter in Mariners history and the third straight American League no-hitter by Mariners pitchers.
Although it doesn't appear to be serious, Hanley Ramirez left with a shoulder injury Monday night. That's bad news for a lackluster Red Sox offense. That plus the rest of Monday's MLB action, including an Astros loss -- finally.
The Mariners added some thunder to their offense in the offseason in order to help out Robinson Cano, but will it be enough support for Felix Hernandez and one of the deepest pitching staffs in the league?