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Dodgers Anderson loses ninth-place no-hit bid to Ohtani triple

LOS ANGELES ( Associated Press) — Tyler Anderson of the Los Angeles Dodgers lost his no-hit bid in the ninth inning on Wednesday night, giving Shohei Ohtani a one-sided triple in a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels.

Anderson (8-0) threw a career-high 123 pitches, 78 for the strike. He scored eight runs and scored two runs to reduce his ERA to 2.82. The left-hander was pulled off when Ohtani sent a line drive into right field that was a diving mucky away from Bates.

Anderson walked away from the crowd of 50,812 to stand up cheers and bowed his hat. The 32-year-old dismissed three-time MVP Mike Trout to open up for ninth, before Ohtani got his lone hit in four at bats. Anderson winded up the current AL MVP in his first two plate appearances.

Craig Kimbrell came to Anderson’s relief and dropped an RBI single to Matt Duffy before closing it.

Anderson’s near miss occurred a night after St. Louis Cardinals starter Miles Mikolas had struck a no-hitter against Pittsburgh. In the ninth inning for the Pirates, Cal Mitchell doubled with two dismissals on a 2-2 pitch.

Will Smith hits the first three-run homer for the Dodgers. Tree Turner added a single shot in the third.

The Dodgers took both games of this freeway series for their sixth series sweep of the season. Skidding Angels lost their 11th straight on the road and dropped 18 out of 20 overall.

Angels rookie Reed Detmers (2-3), who pitched a no-hitter against Tampa Bay last month, conceded four runs and four hits in 3 2/3 innings. The left-hander hit the highest six of the season and scored three runs.

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Angels: 3B Anthony Rendon dropped out of the lineup after recreating his right wrist.

Dodgers: LHP Andrew Heaney (shoulder) could possibly start against Cleveland on Sunday. He was on his way back to L.A. from his third rehab start for Double-A Tulsa. … RHP Blake Trainen (shoulder) leading up to his throwing program.

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Angels: Ohtani (4-4, 3.64 ERA) in the first match of a four-match series starting Thursday in Seattle. He is 2-0 with a 2.37 ERA in three career starts against the Mariners. He has allowed two or fewer runs in seven of his 10 runs this season.

Dodgers: LHP Julio Ureas (3-6, 2.80) starts in the first match of a three-match Interleague series against Cleveland on Friday. He has made four straight starts without a win, despite conceding only eight runs in his last 23 1/3 innings.

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