Renegades throw first-ever combined no-hitter against Cyclones


You could say the year the Hudson Valley Renegades are having is, in a word, historic.

The team from Fishkill became the New York Yankees’ full season Class A affiliate amid an overhaul across Minor League Baseball this past offseason. They promptly rocketed to the top of the standings in the new High-A East League’s North Division, drawing excitement from not only fans in Dutchess County, but Yankee fans everywhere.

And on Saturday night, the ‘Gades made more history.

Sean Boyle, Nick Ernst and Derek Craft combined to toss a no-hitter in the Renegades’ 5-0 win over the visiting Brooklyn Cyclones. The game was the second of a doubleheader, and thus the feat was accomplished in seven innings instead of the standard nine.

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