The Tampa Bay Rays lost their combined perfect game in the ninth inning of Sunday's contest against the Baltimore Orioles.

Hanser Alberto hit a leadoff single off left-hander Ryan Yarbrough to break it up, and Stevie Wilkerson added salt to the wound with another hit immediately afterward.

After Yarbrough struck out Chance Sisco for the first out in the inning, right-hander Oliver Drake came on in relief. Yarbrough was later charged with an earned run when Anthony Santander hit an RBI, two-out single.

There's never been a combined perfect game in MLB history, though several combined no-hitters have been accomplished. The most recent combined no-hitter came Friday night when the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Seattle Mariners.