An unusual slice of baseball history tonight: The Los Angeles Dodgers were no-hit by the Anaheim Angels, yet the Dodgers won the game, 1-0.
Angels pitchers Jered Weaver and Jose Arredondo didn't allow the home team Dodgers a hit over 8 innings, but the Dodgers scored their single run on a sacrifice.
Vin Scully says technically the game isn't a no-hitter because the Angels didn't pitch the 9th inning.
This is only the 5th game since 1900 when a hitless team has won.
A photo gallery is here.
In other baseball news, here's an interesting story about former Angel Tim Salmon's visit to the troops in Afghanistan.
Update: Times columnist Bill Plaschke on the Dodgers' historically "bizarre" and "magical" win (adjectives courtesy of Dodgers manager Joe Torre).