The Seattle Pilots were one of three San Diego Padres expansion partners in 1969. And although the team lasted just one season in the Pacific Northwest, the team has continued on as the Milwaukee Brewers, first in the AL before moving to the NL.
The Pilots couldn’t notch a no-hitter or even a one-hitter during their 162 games in 1969 (they did get three two-hitters). And after the squad moved to Milwaukee and was renamed the Brewers, the franchise would have to wait 17 years for its first no-no. Juan Nieves became the first Puerto Rico native to throw a no-no on April 15, 1987 as the Brewers topped the Baltimore Orioles 7-0. Robin Yount made a game-ending diving catch to preserve Nieves’ gem, which remains the Brewers’ only no-no.