HOUSTON — Mike Fiers pitched the second no-hitter in the majors in nine days, leading the Astros to a 3-0 victory over the Dodgers on Friday night. Fiers struck out Justin Turner on his 134th pitch to end it and threw his glove high into the air for his first no-hitter and the fifth in the big leagues this season. Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma tossed a no-hitter on Aug. 12. Acquired by the Astros from the Brewers at the trade deadline last month to help with their playoff push, Fiers has been stellar in his three starts for Houston. This was something else, though. Having never thrown a complete game in his five-year career, Fiers was dominant. He struck out 10 and walked three, retiring the final 21 batters. Nolan Ryan, 68, an executive adviser for the Astros, applauded from a suite as Fiers was mobbed by his teammates at the mound after finishing the 11th no-hitter in Astros history. Ryan, who threw a record seven no-hitters in his 27-year big-league career, had one for the Astros in 1981.Fiers needed little help from his defense until Jake Marisnick had to sprint to catch a long fly by Jimmy Rollins just in front of the bullpen in rightfield for the first out of the ninth inning. Fiers crouched in relief, then pointed to his teammate. The closest the Dodgers came to breaking it up was in the sixth when Turner's towering shot to left with two outs hooked foul. The 30-year-old right-hander allowed a walk in each of the first three innings but didn't allow a baserunner after walking Joc Pederson to start the third. He repeatedly had the National League West-leading Dodgers fooled with a nasty curveball and changeup to complement a fastball in the low 90s. It was the first no-hitter by an Astros pitcher since Darryl Kile blanked the Mets on Sept. 8, 1993. Six Houston pitchers combined to throw one against the Yankees on June 11, 2003. Fiers was acquired with Carlos Gomez from Milwaukee on July 30 and has been rejuvenated by the move from a last-place club to the top of the American League West. He allowed one earned run in 12 innings in his first two starts.