Davies threw six shutout innings, striking out four and walking five while throwing 94 pitches.
A trio of relief pitchers—Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin and Craig Kimbrel—pitched the seventh through ninth innings, respectively. They each walked a batter but did not permit anyone else to get on base.
Kimbrel got the final out after striking out Dodgers catcher Will Smith.
The 2021 MLB season has now featured seven no-hitters. The first six were courtesy of the San Diego Padres' Joe Musgrove, Carlos Rodon of the Chicago White Sox, the Baltimore Orioles' John Means, the Cincinnati Reds' Wade Miley, the Detroit Tigers' Spencer Turnbull and the New York Yankees' Corey Kluber.
Additionally, Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Madison Bumgarner didn't allow any hits in a 7-0 seven-inning win over the Atlanta Braves. However, MLB does not recognize that effort as an official no-hitter because the game, which served as the second half of a doubleheader featuring a pair of seven-inning games, did not go nine frames.
Per Sarah Langs and Andrew Simon of MLB.com, there were also seven no-hitters in 1990, 1991, 2012 and 2015. The all-time record (modern era or earlier) is eight no-hitters (1884).
Chicago also accomplished this feat in the process:
The Cubs got on the board courtesy of a Javier Baez solo homer in the first, Willson Contreras' two-run shot in the sixth and Jake Marisnick's seventh-inning RBI single.
The 42-33 Cubs moved into a first-place National League Central tie with the Milwaukee Brewers with the win. The 44-31 Dodgers, who stayed in second place in the NL West despite the loss, fell 4.5 games behind the first-place San Francisco Giants.