We've now gone 11 months and 23 days without a no-hitter since Johan Santana's gem! We had gone 50 years, 1 month, and 20 days without a no-no.
- No-hitters officially recognized by baseball
- Close, but no cigar: No-hitters not officially recognized
- No-hitters … by Major League Baseball franchise (all-time)
- Lost Mets no-hitters that reached at least the fifth inning
- No-hitters killed by first at bat
- No-hitter vs. hit for cycle
- NoNoHitters.com count milestones
- Pulled during a no-hitter
- Mets catchers behind the plate for no-nos
- The other enshrined four: Mets who broke up no-hitters in the ninth
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- This site continued a tradition started by Dave Mackey and Robair.
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On May 23, 2004, the Mets’ Tom Glavine had a no-no in tact heading into the eighth inning, and fans at Shea were growing increasingly excited and tense as they now stood for every at-bat. After Glavine got the Colorado … Continue reading
May 15, 1970 – New York Mets 4, Philadelphia Phillies 0 – Connie Mack StadiumNo-no killed by third-inning Mike Compton single Tom Seaver’s second one-hitter marked the only time in club history that Mets pitchers threw consecutive one-hitters. The Mets … Continue reading
May 13, 1970 – New York Mets 4, Chicago Cubs 0 – Wrigley FieldNo-no killed by Ernie Banks eighth-inning single Gary Gentry, the winning pitcher in Game 3 of the World Series, retired the first 12 batters during this Wednesday … Continue reading
Still looking for a #padres fan to continue the nonohitters.com tradition with a companion site hosted here at padres.nonohitters.com? When Johan Sanatana tossed his no-no last June and broke the Mets’ streak of 8,019 games, it left San Diego as … Continue reading
In case you missed it last night, here’s the clip of the Rangers’ Yu Darvish losing his perfect game with two outs in the ninth last night.
Ruben Tejada’s second-inning RBI double continues the Padres’ no-hitter drought, moving the count to 6,951 regular season games without a no-no. When Johan Sanatana tossed his no-no last June and broke the Mets’ streak of 8,019 games, it left San … Continue reading
Are there any diehard Padres fans out there who would like to continue the nonohitters.com tradition this season with a companion site hosted here at padres.nonohitters.com? When Johan Sanatana tossed his no-no last June and broke the Mets’ streak of … Continue reading
48 years ago today, on March 21, 1965, the Mets threw their first no-hitter. * * it came in a Spring Training Game. In St. Petersburg, Fla., that day, Gary Kroll and Gordy Richardson combined for a nine-inning no-hitter during … Continue reading
ESPN New York is reporting that the Mets have a new starting pitcher. The Milwaukee Brewers’ Shaun Marcum is joining a likely rotation that will include Johan Santana, Matt Harvey, Jonathon Niese and Dillon Gee. Apparently Marcum took no-hitters into … Continue reading
Just 33 days until the Mets’ pitchers and catchers report to embark on their quest for no-hitter No. 2!