Weaver's no-hit streak ends at 11 2-3 innings
Jered Weaver's no-hit streak ended at 11 2-3 innings when Minnesota's Erik Komatsu singled to center with no outs in the third inning Monday night.
Weaver took the mound Monday looking to become just the second pitcher in big league history to throw consecutive no-hitters. Cincinnati's Johnny Vander Meer is the only one to do that, back in 1938 against the Boston Bees and Brooklyn Dodgers.
The lanky right-hander breezed through the first two innings in 20 pitches Monday night. But he walked Trevor Plouffe to start the third inning and lost a 10-pitch battle to Komatsu to lose the no-hitter.