Two pitchers have thrown a combined no hitter for the Class “A” Beloit Snappers in a 3-0 home shutout of Quad Cities on Wednesday night. Zack Erwin threw the first six innings, walking one and striking out four. Joseph Camacho went the final three frames as he worked around an error and one walk. It was the first nine inning no hitter for Beloit since 1996, and it was the Snappers’ first “no no” of any kind since Dan Osterbrock threw a seven inning hitless victory against Wisconsin in May of 2010. Beloit, of the Midwest League, is an affiliate of the Oakland “A”s.