(CBS) Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw tossed his first career no-hitter last night in an 8-0 win against the Rockies, and the performance ranked among baseball’s all-time best. Kershaw became the first pitcher to strike out 15 batters while walking none in a no-hitter, and his game score — a metric created by baseball statistic guru Bill James to rank how effective a pitcher was in a game — of 102 was the second-best ever, trailing only Kerry Wood’s 105 in his 20-strikeout one-hitter in 1998.

You can check out the end of the no-hitter below, with the great Vin Scully on the call.

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