BURLINGTON, Iowa - Three Beloit Snappers pitchers combined on the sixth no-hitter in franchise history Thursday afternoon.
Bryce Conley, Ty Damron and Josh Reagan each held Burlington hitless in a 2-0 victory. Conley went the first six innings, walking one and striking out four.
Damron walked two and struck out a pair in his two frames, while Reagan pitched a perfect ninth inning, finishing the game by striking out Torii Hunter Jr.
Conley, a 22nd-round pick by the A's in the 2017 draft from Georgia State, has yet to allow a hit in 10 innings this season. He has walked two and struck out eight.
Nick Allen got the game started right for the Snappers, doubling and coming around to score on a grounder by Austin Beck to give Beloit a 1-0 lead.
The game's only other run came in the fourth innings, when Beck led off with a triple and came home to score on a grounder by Miguel Mercedes.
The Snappers had gone 11 years between nine-inning no-hitters before throwing a combined effort on August 23, 2017. It took just 19 games for the team to do it again.
Beloit travels to Kane County to take on the Cougars in a three-game weekend series. Game one is set for Friday at 6:30 p.m.