The Mets managed just four hits against the Washington Nationals Wednesday night during a 3-1 loss at Nationals Park.
Starter Mike Pelfrey lost the no-hitter right away when Nyjer Morgan led off with a single, making it 7,576 New York Mets games without a no-hitter. It was the ninth time this season Pelfrey yielded a hit to the leadoff batter, and you can find all of the details of the 942 times this has happened in Mets history on our No-hitters killed by first at bat page.
Pelfrey kept the Mets in the game, yielding three runs on six hits while walking two.
The Mets lone run came on a triple by Angel Pagan, who scored on the play when Cristian Guzman threw the ball by third.