Miami’s Adam Conley held the Milwaukee Brewers hitless over 7 2/3 innings before being removed after throwing 116 pitches. Jonathan Lucroy’s bloop single to right off of reliever Jose Urena with one out in the ninth inning broke up the no-hit bid and the Brewers followed with a rally.
Milwaukee scored three runs in the 9th and had the tying run at the plate when Jonathan Villar struck out as the Marlins escaped with a 6-3 victory.
Conley had just 15 major league starts under his belt coming in. He was pulled by Marlins Manager Don Mattingly as his pitch count climbed. Mattingly said it was an easy decision.
Urena opened the ninth by striking out Ryan Braun before Lucroy’s bloop single to right that broke up the no-hit bid. Lucroy thought the ball would be caught.
Defensively, the Brewers turned a triple play in the fifth inning, 5-4-3 to get out of a jam. It was just the seventh triple play in Brewers history and the first since 2011.
Zach Davies took the loss for the Brewers. He fell to 0-3.