Parque (1-1), who had been on the disabled list since April 9 with shoulder tendinitis, carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, when
led off with a clean single to left field.
"I wasn't really worried about the no-hitter," Parque said. "I just wanted to keep my team ahead. It was, in my mind, an average night because of the fact that I walked a lot of guys and had a lot of deep counts. That's not the way I pitch."
Parque walked four and struck out two.
Parque, who threw 100 pitches, was then relieved by
, who allowed a single to
, but got out of the inning with little trouble.
"All in all, it being my first big league game in about 11 months, I thought (my) command was OK (and) my stuff was OK," Rocker said. "I still have some getting in shape to do. It's still a process. It's going to come around with pitching more innings. I'm not in midseason form by any means but it'll come around."
Carter then pitched the ninth to complete the shutout and collect his sixth save.
"Harper threw well and Carter threw well and Rocker got everyone excited,"
said. "He threw the ball well even though he walked a couple of hitters."
scored the game's first run run in the sixth inning, when
hit his first home run since April 1.
(0-5) had one of his best starts of the season, allowing two runs and seven hits in seven-plus innings with five strikeouts and two walks.
"We've been on a roll and just didn't get them tonight," Bernero said. "We've been hitting the ball, but we'll get them tomorrow. I just take it one game at a time. I'm not going to win five games next time to even my record, eventually things will even out for me."
"We didn't swing the bats and we didn't score," Detroit manager
said. "I don't think we hit too many balls hard."
kept the game scoreless when he made a nice catch while backpedaling to the center field warning track that ended the fourth inning. Had Torres not been able to make the catch on
's fly ball, Martin would have scored easily from second base.
had another opportunity in the fifth when Crawford tripled with one out. But Crawford was thrown out at the plate when
bounced back to the mound.
The loss snapped the Tigers' season-high four-game winning streak.