Braves pitcher Aaron Harang had a no-hitter through 7 innings of play, then his manager pulled him. The main reason was to conserve his arm, Harang had already racked up his pitch count to 121. “It gets to the point you chase that no-hitter, chase that dragon, you’re up to 140 pitches,” Said Braves skipper Fredi Gonzalez after the game “I think we made the right decision.” Braves closer Luis Avilan let up a single in the 8th to kill the team no-hitter. Even without the no-hitter, the Atlanta pitching staff looked amazing tonight, especially Harang who leads the NL in ERA. And the bats weren’t cold either, The Braves scored six runs, plus the exclamation point with a Freddie Freeman two-run shot to right field. Righty Ervin Santana (1-0) will start for the Braves while Bartolo Colon (1-1) will pitch for New York tomorrow, 7:10 on Fox Sports South or WPIX.