Milwaukee's Moose Haas pitched 6 1/3 hitless innings in New York before finishing with the third one-hitter in the 17-year history of the Brewers franchise.
He threw only 86 pitches and faced 29 batters. It was the first one-hitter of his career and first by a Brewers pitcher since Jim Colborn's May 9, 1973 against Texas. No Brewer has pitched a no-hitter.
Don Mattingly's double was the Yankees' hit. Haas had retired 13 batters in a row, including Ken Griffey on a pop to short to start the seventh, before Mattingly hit a 1-1 pitch -- only Haas' 61st pitch of the game -- to the gap in right-center.
"I shook Charlie (catcher Moore) off," Haas said. "He wanted to pitch him inside but I wanted to pitch him away, the same way I got him out (on a grounder to second) in the fourth inning. It was supposed to be a sinking fast ball, but it didn't sink."
"It was a good pitch to hit," Mattingly agreed.
Until the seventh, Haas (7-3), a 29-year-old right-hander, had allowed only one runner -- he walked Willie Randolph leading off the third inning.