Tony Locey's 6 No-Hit Innings Hillsboro 4-0 Behind
Tony Locey's 6 No-Hit Innings Hillsboro 4-0 Behind

Tony Locey’s 6 No-Hit Innings Hillsboro 4-0 Behind

It’s extremely uncommon for a minor league pitcher to throw a no-hitter in a complete game. Having a squad of pitchers combine for a no-hitter is still extremely rare. A solid effort was made by the home squad on Wednesday. In the second game of a six-game Northwest League series, Spokane Indians starter Tony Locey went six innings without allowing a hit as the Indians defeated the Hillsboro Hops 4-0.

With one out in the eighth inning, Hillsboro had one of its three hits. Locey pitched 51 of his 90 pitches for strikes, striking out seven and walking three. Only one runner got as far as a second base because of him. “I knew I had to settle in and go out there and get some outs,” Locey said of his bullpen pregame preparation. “I thought he was excellent.” Ryan Kibler, the Indians pitching coach, said. “He went in and out of the strike zone, but he never got out of a count. ” After becoming behind, he’d continue to throw the ball. “He’s a fearless hitter.”

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Locey and Kibler are collaborating to make Kibler’s outings more frugal. “He’s having to work for it,” Kibler said. “The pitch count gets run up there.” For his sake, I’d like it to be a little easier and cleaner.” Nevertheless, I believe that’s just the way he is.” In the seventh inning, Luke Taggert came in and got the first four batters out. The Hops earned their first hit of the game in the eighth inning when third baseman Elvis Peralta’s soft grounder went through the right side.

In his two innings of work, Taggert walked one and struck out three. Boby Johnson threw out two batters in the ninth inning, allowing two hits.

The bullpen had a difficult trip, and following Taggart’s easy outing, Kibler expressed his gratitude. It’s time for someone to step up, and maybe two or three more to step up as well. Right now, there are a lot of opportunities.” Locey has now pitched six innings without allowing a hit for the second time this season. The Indians beat Hillsboro 10-0 on May 11 thanks to his 10-strikeout, 6-walk performance.

What matters is to get them out early, Locey advised. One at a time, relying on my defense. There were a number of people that helped me out in the beginning. A combined no-hitter was last achieved by the Indians on August 11, 2014. The home team’s offense was also meager, but it was sufficient.

A walk and consecutive singles by Drew Romo and Grant Lavigne put the Indians (30-27) in scoring position with one out in the first inning. Zac Veen scored on a Julio Carreras single through the hole, but Caleb Roberts threw out Romo at home by several steps in left field.

In the fourth inning, the Indians went up 2-0. Cristopher Navarro grounded out to third, but Bladimir Restituyo snatched second base from the jaws of defeat. Ronaiker Palma, who started at second base, dashed home after Shane Muntz’s relay throw went awry.

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Adrian Del Castillo made a throwing mistake that allowed Eddy Diaz to score in the seventh inning after he hit a double and stole third base. Palma reached third on a wild pitch in the eighth inning before scoring on another one. “We’re going to get some runs,” Locey added. You know, we just didn’t get it done early. We got ourselves in some fantastic circumstances to score. It’s just a matter of time before they come out with something.” At 26-31, Hillsboro has lost 10 straight games.

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