Jon Harris did not allow a hit in six innings and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats defeated the RubberDucks 6-1 in an Eastern League game Tuesday night at Canal Park in Akron.

Harris walked one and struck out six.

The Fisher Cats (38-25) scored two runs off Ducks starter Triston McKenzie on a two-run homer by Bo Bichette in the fourth inning and added four more runs in the fifth.

McKenzie was removed with two on and one out in the fifth and both runners scored on a triple by Jon Berti.

McKenzie gave up just two hits, a walk and a hit batter in his 4⅓ innings. He was charged with four runs and struck out five.

Joe Sever broke up the Fisher Cats’ combined no-hit bid with a double off reliever Danny Young and scored the first run for the Ducks (36-28) in the seventh inning.