Justin Wilson led a combined no hitter with 7.1 no hit innings and nine strikeouts.

Indianapolis Indians starter Justin Wilson combined with relievers Jose Diaz and Doug Slaten for a no-hitter today against the Durham Bulls. Wilson threw 7.1 no-hit innings, with two walks and nine strikeouts. It was the first no-hitter that Wilson has ever been a part of. It was also the highlight of a career which features a lot of big game performances, including getting the win in Fresno State's 2008 National Championship game against Georgia.

"It was pretty awesome," Wilson said after the game. "Great for Jumbo [Jose Diaz] to come in and not give up a hit. And Doug as well. Great defense all around. Outstanding play to end the game, it was an awesome play. And then Jose Morales behind the plate w...

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