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Watch Pirates’ Josh Harrison’s historic walk-off home run end no-hit bid

Pirates’ Josh Harrison’s historic home run ended Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Rich Hill’s bid for a no-hit win in dramatic fashion.

The blast came in the bottom of the tenth inning with the game scoreless 0-0.

Up 2-1 in the count, Harrison sent a fastball into the left field stands and ended the game. Dodgers outfielder Curt Granderson made a leap, but it was gone.

According to MLB, Harrison became the first player in baseball history to end a no-hit bid with a walk-off home run. While Hill became the first pitcher in 100 years to throw a complete game, allow one hit, no hit and lose.

Watch the video above to see the blast and hear the calls from KDKA and Sportsnet LA.


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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison hits a walk-off homer to break up a no-hitter during the 10th inning against the Dodgers Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, at PNC Park.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill watches a walk-off homer by the Pirates' Josh Harrison during the 10th inning Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, at PNC Park.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison rounds the bases after hitting a walk-off homer to break up a no-hitter during the 10th inning against the Dodgers Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, at PNC Park.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison celebrates his walk-off homer with teammate to break up a no-hitter during the 10th inning against the Dodgers Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, at PNC Park.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison celebrates his walk-off homer with teammates to break up a no-hitter during the 10th inning against the Dodgers Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, at PNC Park.
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