Chicago White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito made history at Guaranteed Rate Field on Tuesday night, throwing a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Giolito allowed just one base runner in the game on a walk, and struck out 13 batters en route to throwing the no-hitter for the South Siders.
According to the team, Giolito is the first pitcher in White Sox history to rack up 10 or more strikeouts in a no hitter.
Fortunately for Giolito the White Sox provided plenty of offense on the evening, as James McCann, Tim Anderson, Eloy Jimenez and Adam Engel all drove in runs for the club.
The no-hitter is the 19th in White Sox history, and the first since Philip Humber threw a perfect game for the White Sox against the Seattle Mariners on April 21, 2012.
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