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No-hit attempt for Red Sox RHP Brayan Bello ends with 8th-inning infield single


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BOSTON (AP) — Red Sox right-hander Brayan Bello didn’t allow a Miami hit until the eighth inning. It was a slow roller up the middle that barely reached the outfield. Red Sox shortstop Kiké Hernández dove and gloved it, but his off-balance, off-one-knee throw bounced harmlessly to first base. The second hit came right after. There was still nobody out in the eighth inning. And the third broke a scoreless tie and turned Bello’s near no-hitter into a loss as Boston lost its fifth in a row. Bello said it wasn’t his day to get a complete game, but it’s going to come soon. In all, he allowed two hits and a walk. He was charged with one earned run.

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