Baseball saw a it's first no-hitter of the 2015 season on Tuesday night at Citi Field as a pair of rookies took the mound for the series opener between the New York Mets and San Francisco Giants, and it was the lesser known of the two who made history.

New York's highly touted and sought after Noah Syndergaard allowed 10 hits for the second consecutive outing and suffered his third loss in the last four starts.

San Francisco's Chris Heston (6-4, 3.77) went the distance allowing no-hits and striking out eleven in the Giants' 5-0 win. He didn't walk anyone, but did hit three batters as he became the first rookie to throw a no-no since Clay Bucholz did it in 2007 with the Red Sox.

And, oh yeah, Heston added two hits and a pair of RBIs at the plate, too.

MLB's last no hitter came from the National's Jordan Zimmerman on September 28, 2014.

The win was San Fran's third in four games and keeps than a half game out of first in the NL West.

New York kept its half game lead in the NL East thanks to a third straight Washington loss.

Matt Harvey and Tim Hudson are the scheduled starters for Wednesday night's meeting between the two teams.

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