History was made Sunday night in Los Angeles.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta threw the team’s first no-hitter since Carlos Zambrano in 2008. Arrieta dominated all game long striking out 12 batters in the game. The right-handed pitcher struck out the side in the 9th and ended it with Chase Utley at bat. It was also the second time in 9 days the Dodgers were no-hit, as Houston’s Mike Fiers accomplished the feat against them as well.
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The 2-0 Cubs win helped end a four-game losing streak as they head home for a big home stand starting Monday vs. Cincinnati.