ATLANTA -- Wildness cost Cole Hamels a chance at his first no-hitter, but the Philadelphia Phillies left-hander got to share in a combined one.

Hamels (8-6) didn't allow a hit through six innings and the bullpen did the rest as the Phillies recorded their first shared no-hitter and 12th overall in a 7-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday before 34,178 at Turner Field.

Hamels, who came in 3-0 with a 1.16 ERA in his four starts against the Braves, walked five and hit a batter, but also struck out seven. He threw 108 pitches in the heat and humidity, with 66 of them strikes.

Left-hander Jake Diekman struck out two in the seventh inning, right-hander Ken Giles fanned the side in the eighth and closer Jonathan Papelbon closed it out in the ninth, getting Phil Gosselin to line out softly to first baseman Ryan Howard for the final out of the combined no-hitter.

The Phillies have 11 regular no-hitters in their history, the past two in 2010 by Ray Halladay -- one in the postseason.

Ben Revere, who came in with just 15 RBIs in 125 games, drove in a career-high five runs against the Braves.