Eli White notches the first triple of his career to drive in the Rangers' first run of the ballgame against the Padres
San Diego Padres right-hander Joe Musgrove is three outs from history after having thrown eight no-hit innings against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field.Musgrove, a San Diego native who joined the team this winter, has struck out 10 batters through his eight frames on 103 pitches (69 strikes), with his only blemish coming in the fourth when he hit Joey Gallo.A Musgrove no-hitter would be the Padres' first in their 52-year history and end one of baseball's most notorious runs of futility. San Diego is the only active franchise to have never thrown a no-no. This instance is the 24th time since 1969 that the Padres have taken a no-hitter into the eighth, according to NoNoHitters.com.The 28-year-old will face Rangers hitters Eli White, Leody Taveras, and Isiah Kiner-Falefa in the ninth. San Diego leads the game 3-0.Copyright © 2021 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.