Joe Mosgrove cast the first non-striking player in San Diego Padres history, and Musgrove was one of the many shooters that Padres traded last season, and was brilliant Friday night against Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Hit 10 and walked no more than 112 shots. The only hitter to reach Rangers Base was Joey Gallo, who took a hit down the fourth inning. It was as close to a perfect game as you can get without scoring a single one, with Musgrove only facing 28 players. However, the no-hitter will be fine for the Padres chain that has never tested it since its founding in 1969. The only active MLB franchise without at least one person on Friday night. Now, there have been 8,206 games since inception, and they have one. He was the first non-striking player of the 2021 MLB season. “I don’t even know what to say right now,” Musgrove said in a post-broadcast TV match of Padres. “I’m tired, man. This was like my maximum level of focus. (Shooting instructor) Larry (Rothschild) kept in my mind that “only focus on one field at a time” the same way I’ve been going throughout the game. This was as deep as I got into the game this year so far, going from six to nine runs, that’s a big jump, but there’s no way I was coming outside of that game. ” Arrived Musgrove, a 28-year-old who attended high school at El Nearby Cajon, California, is to San Diego at this time after three years with Pittsburgh Pirates. He spent the two seasons prior to that with the Houston Astros, and was a member of the 2017 World Championship Team. “Everyone dreams of having a chance to throw a no-hitter,” Musgrove said. “I have never cast a hitter in my life, so my first person today came into the field. It’s great to be able to wear it as Padres and to be the first person to get the privilege, it’s unbelievable. ”Musgrove got off to a great start with his new team in 2021, Friday night, following three hits, no rounds over the course of six runs in His Padres debut is on April 3 against the Arizona Diamond Bucks.