Brandon Morrow of the Blue Jays held the Indians hitless through 4 2/3 innings Saturday in Cleveland. He's not, however, the pitcher in the spotlight, as Indians' starter Ubaldo Jimenez had a no-no through 6/23. He was perfect through 5 2/3, but then issued a free pass to Colby Rasmus to lose his perfect game. Jimenez walked two more in the seventh inning before a Brett Lawrie single tied the game, 2-2. 

Jimenez, 28, threw a no-hitter on April 17, 2010. This time out, he just appeared to run out of gas with the pitch count piling up in his first start of the season. He was perfect through 17 batters before walking three of the next five hitters and then allowing the Lawrie single to tie the game.

Morrow's no-hitter was broken up by a Jason Kipnis two-run homer with two outs in the Indians' fifth. The runs were unearned, as a J.P. Arencibia error allowed Casey Kotchman on base with two outs.

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