Henderson Alvarez throws no-hitter while standing on the on-deck circle
Note I didn't say he pitched a no-hitter. That's because at the time the Marlins had not scored any runs, so the game was not over. Miami thus came up to bat with the possibility of making this game a walk-off no-hitter. Justin Ruggiano led off by grounding out, but Giancarlo Stanton and Logan Morrison hit back to back singles. Both runners advanced on a wild pitch. The next batter grounded out, with the runners not advancing. Then Chris Coghlan walked, setting up pinch hitter Greg Dobbs. Alvarez was on-deck, but with 2 outs in the bases loaded, would not have batted. However, if Dobbs didn't get it done, Alvarez would have to pitch the 10th.
That wasn't necessary, because this happened.
Yes, that is a walk-off wild pitch that is also a walk-off no hitter. Congratulations to Henderson Alvarez. Baseball is so awesomely weird.