Right-handed pitcher Lucas Harrell, in his start for Houston at Los Angeles on Friday, allowed one run in 7 1/3 innings.
What caught the attention of the stats folks is that he threw 94 pitches, and did not have a single pitch on which a hitter swung and missed.
It was the seventh time since 2000 that a pitcher worked at least seven innings and did not have a swing and miss. It marked the first time since Hiroki Kuroda of the Dodgers did it against Pittsburgh on Sept. 15, 2008.
Among the 62 strikes Harrell threw, 24 were called strikes, 12 were fouled and 26 pitches were put in play.
— Tracy Ringolsby