Troy Tulowitzki breaks up James McDonald's no-hitter in 6th
Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki broke up the no-hit bid of Pittsburgh's James McDonald with an infield single in the sixth inning.
Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki broke up the no-hitter bid of James McDonald with a infield single in the sixth inning.
With a man on first, Tulowitzki hit a grounder toward third, off the glove of a diving Pedro Alvarez.
McDonald walked three, including Carlos Gonzalez to lead off the sixth and had six strikeouts before the first hit.
Meanwhile, his opposition, Juan Nicasio, is pitching well for Colorado. Nicasio has given up seven hits, but no runs. He's struck out five and walked none.
McDonald has a hit of his own, as well as a sacrifice bunt.
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