Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – April 13, 2011 – ESPN.

Well, at least we weren’t quite no-hit!

Josh Johnson took a no-hitter into the eighth inning, before Freddie Freeman broke it up with a one-out double. The shutout lasted until the ninth, when Chipper hit a solo homer, accounting for his 1500th career RBI. That’s the highlights, folks!

Tim Hudson didn’t have a good night. Component-wise, it was a lot like the nights when he was getting wins early last season and we were saying it was unsustainable — seven hits, two walks, two strikeouts. The Marlins got a run on a double and a single in the first, then three on four singles in the second. A homer in the third made it 5-0, which was more than enough for Johnson, obviously.

For completeness’ sake, The Lisp threw a couple of shutout mopup innings and George Sherrill, in a role where he couldn’t do any harm, threw a shutout ninth.

Not much to say on a night like this, really.