We continue our NoNoHitters 30 countdown today with the Milwaukee Brewers, a team that spent its first season in 1969 in the Pacific Northwest as the Seattle Pilots. The team boasts just one no-hitter over its 46-year history, and it came in the team’s 19th season.
Juan Nieves notched his no-no on the road against the Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium. Center fielder Robin Yount in that game made a game-ending diving catch in the ninth inning to save the no-hitter.
Here’s the Brewers’ sole no-no:
|Milwaukee Brewers (AL)|
|Wednesday, April 15, 1987
Milwaukee Brewers 7, Baltimore Orioles 0
Memorial Stadium (Baltimore)
Here’s our list so far from 25 to 30:
No-hitters thrown by franchise
|1||Toronto Blue Jays|
|1||Tampa Bay Rays|
|(Tampa Bay Devil Rays)|
|1||New York Mets|
|0||San Diego Padres|