Marlins' Volquez throwing no-hitter through 7 versus Arizona

Source Devin Ward KCBD

Source Devin Ward KCBD

Miami has won four consecutive games to climb to 21-30 on the season. He came into Saturday 1-7 this season, and the Marlins lead 1-0. A no-no bid for Pittsburgh in 2014 snapped on a leadoff single in the seventh by Cincinnati's Devin Mesoraco. In terms of batting average, he hit.222 in April and.344 in May.

Wade Davis earned his 12th save and Hector Rondon (1-1) notched the win. He allowed just one run over 5.1 innings, and was somewhat unfortunate to give that up.

NEW YORK - Chase Anderson pitched seven shutout innings and the Brewers benefited - temporarily, anyway - when a Milwaukee bat boy bumped into Mets infielder Wilmer Flores on a foul popup in a victory over New York. He allowed only four hits, none after the fourth inning. He gave up only three hits.

SEATTLE - Mark Reynolds and Nolan Arenado homered to back Kyle Freeland, and Colorado stopped a three-game losing streak with a win over Seattle.

Arizona Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt (44) argues a call with home plate umpire Bill Miller after striking out during the first inning of a baseball game against the Miami Marlins, Saturday, June 3, 2017, in Miami. He's hit nine in the last 28 games. Volquez had been 0-7 with a 4.82 ERA. The ball barely reached the grass outside of the infield and blooped just over third baseman Jake Lamb to bring home Mike Stanton for the first run of the game.

A quick 11-pitch inning helped. His 4.79 SIERA doesn't indicate he's getting that unlucky, either.

The comeback win was the 19th for the Diamondbacks, who are 10-5 in one-run games.

Chicago got its only run in the sixth on an RBI double to left by Todd Frazier - off a slider. He retired the first 10 batters before Ahmed tripled with one out in the fourth.

PHILADELPHIA - Ben Lively pitched seven strong innings in his major league debut, Odubel Herrera drove in three runs in Philadelphia's four-run seventh and the Phillies held on against the San Francisco Giants. Back-to-back singles from Maikel Franco and Andrew Knapp put runners on the corners with no outs and ended the day of Giants starter Johnny Cueto (5-5). He struck out unsafe Paul Goldschmidt swinging at a full-count fastball on the outer edge of the plate to end the first.

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