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Angels' Tyler Skaggs pulled from no-hitter because of forearm tightness
Angels' Tyler Skaggs pulled from no-hitter because of forearm tightness

Tyler Skaggs did not allow a hit through 4 2/3 innings Wednesday night, but the Angels left-hander did not remain in the game long enough to get a decision, let alone a chance to throw no-hitter, against the Baltimore Orioles in Camden Yards. Skaggs struck out the first two batters of the fifth inning and walked Steve Pearce. But after throwing a first-pitch ball to Caleb Joseph, Manager Mike Scioscia and athletic trainer Rick Smith came to the mound, and Skaggs was pulled. Right-hander Mike Morin replaced Skaggs and gave up Joseph’s bloop single to shallow right-center field, the first Orioles hit of the game, but he got Jonathan Schoop to fly to right, preserving a 0-0 tie. ...

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