The Los Angeles Dodgers' Josh Beckett recorded his first career no-hitter, and the first no-no of the year today in Philadelphia. The veteran right-hander became major league baseball's first pitcher to record a no-hitter this season as Dodger blue defeated the Phillies 6-0 at Citizens Bank Park. The 34-year old struck out six, as he tossed the first nine inning, no-hitter since the Montreal Expos' Bill Stoneman no-hit the Phils on April 17, 1969. Beckett's no-hitter was the 21st in franchise history and the 11th since they moved to los angeles. Beckett improves to 3-1 on the season.