No-Hit Parade

September 15, 2008 | Comments (0) | by T.R.

Ted Lilly currently has a no-hitter through three innings. He has also faced the minimum. TMS will keep you posted on all things no-hitter throughout the afternoon. Maybe. Assuming things go well.

Update: Well, Lilly has made it through five innings without surrendering a hit. Apparently, as a sign of protest against their "home" games in Milwaukee, the Astros have agreed to only play on defense, not offense, for the series.

Also of note is the fact that Ned Yost just got fired. So yeah...that makes sense.

Update again: The no-hitter survives through six innings. Things are getting intense. For those scoring at home, the Astros haven't had a hit since Thursday.

Final update: Well, Mark Loretta ruins history with a base hit. That's what Mark Loretta does. Still, 15 innings without a hit is embarrassing. Fortunately for them, the Astros will just blame Bud Selig and Hurricane Ike and wash their hands of their own ineptitude. Hopefully we don't have to waste our time with these jackasses on the 29th.