Brady takes no-no into seventh for Akron

Indians prospect gives up three hits in longest '18 outing

Sean Brady posted his second scoreless outing in 19 starts across two levels this season. (David Monseur/MiLB.com)

By Josh Horton / MiLB.com | July 15, 2018 12:51 AM

Indians prospect Sean Brady took a no-hitter into the seventh and posted his longest outing of the season as Double-A Akron pulled out a 1-0, 12-inning victory over Binghamton on Saturday at Canal Park.

The southpaw retired the first 13 batters before plunking Tomas Nido in the fifth. He quickly dispatched the threat, inducing an inning-ending double play. 


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After recording another 1-2-3 inning in the sixth, Brady gave up a one-out single to Levi Michael in the seventh.

 Video: Michael breaks up no-hitter for Binghamton

The 24-year-old also allowed singles to Joey Terdoslavich and Nido to start the eighth, but ended his outing by getting Patrick Mazeika to ground into a double play. Henry Martinez fanned Josh Allen to strand Terdoslavich at third. 

Brady ended up yielding three hits and struck out five without walking a batter in his longest start of the season. He had not pitched into the eighth since July 30, 2015 with Class A Lake County. The 2013 fifth-round pick out of Baker High School in Cape Coral, Florida, is 5-5 with a 4.10 ERA in 18 starts for the RubberDucks. He made one start for Triple-A Columbus on May 21 and yielded two runs on five hits over five innings.

Video: RubberDucks' turn third double play

Binghamton's Tim Tebow extended his hitting streak to 10 games with a leadoff double in the ninth, but pinch-runner John Mora was thrown out by right fielder and Indians No. 24 prospect Ka'ai Tom trying to score on Kevin Taylor's single. 

The RubberDucks produced the game's lone run with two outs in the 12th when Indians No. 5 prospect Bobby Bradley raced home on a passed ball after Sam Haggerty struck out. 

Josh Horton is a contributor to MiLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @joshhorton22 This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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