Colorado Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez on Saturday threw the first no-hitter in the franchise's 18-year history, a 4-0 victory over the Braves in Atlanta, according to MLB.com.
Jimenez also singled in a run and scored a run in the Rockies' three-run fourth inning, according the Web site of Major League Baseball.
He struck out seven batters and walked six. Jimenez threw 128 pitches, 72 for strikes, and his fastball was clocked at 100 mph early in the game. He was still throwing in the upper 90s late in the game, according to MLB.com.