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Just 33 days until the Mets’ pitchers and catchers report to embark on their quest for no-hitter No. 2!
42 years ago today, the Padres could have exited the no-no club early in the franchise’s history. On July 21, 1970, the Mets were beating the Padres 1-0, but Padres starter Clay Kirby still had a no-hitter going through eight … Continue reading
One year ago today, on July 10, 2011, the San Diego Padres nearly left the Mets alone in the notoriety of being the only Major League franchise without a no-hitter. But the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Juan Uribe broke up San … Continue reading
43 years ago today – on July 9, 1969 – the Chicago Cubs’ Jimmy Qualls stepped up to the plate with one out in the ninth inning to face the Mets’ Tom Seaver. Seaver had a perfect game going and … Continue reading
July 4, 1972 – New York Mets 2, San Diego Padres 0 – first game of Shea Stadium doubleheaderNo-no killed by Leron Lee’s ninth-inning single Tom Seaver took a no-hitter into the ninth inning this day, although he walked two … Continue reading
June 22, 1962 – New York Mets 2, Houston Colt .45s 0 – The Polo Grounds – opener of a twi-night doubleheaderNo-no killed by Joey Amalfitano single in first The expansion New York Mets had a 2-12 record when lefty … Continue reading
On the night of June 15, 1938, the Cincinnati Reds’ Johnny Vander Meer became the only pitcher in history to throw no-hitters in back to back starts. His record remains standing nearly three-quarters of a century later. Your browser does … Continue reading
We’ve given it a 1-in-8,019 chance, but Joe Torre says he’ll rule on whether R.A. Dickey gets a retroactive no-hitter by tomorrow. So in the meantime – and for no good reason other than we did this research before – … Continue reading
Two years ago today, Jonathon Niese threw the New York Mets’ 34th one-hitter in team history, as the Mets took Game 2 of a day-night doubleheader 3-0. Your browser does not support iframes. Niese threw the club’s 24th complete-game single-pitcher … Continue reading