No-hitters against the Texas Rangers/Washington Senators

The Texas Rangers franchise was actually born in Washington, D.C., as the second coming of the Washington Senators. The American League expansion team, which replaced the old Senators after the team’s move to Minneapolis, played in the nation’s capital from 1961 through 1971 before moving to Arlington,Texas.

The team has been no-hit four times, once as the Senators and three times as the Rangers. Here are the no-hitters:

1 Sonny Siebert
  Cleveland Indians (AL)
  Friday, June 10, 1966
Cleveland Indians 2, Washington Senators 0
Cleveland Stadium (Cleveland)
2 Jim Colborn
  Kansas City Royals (AL)
  Saturday, May 14, 1977
Kansas City Royals 6, Texas Rangers 0
Royals Stadium (Kansas City)
3 Mike Witt
  California Angels (AL)
  pg100Sunday, September 30, 1984
California Angels 1, Texas Rangers 0
Arlington Stadium (Texas)
(Perfect game on final game of season.)
4 Mark Buehrle
  Chicago White Sox (AL)
  Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Chicago White Sox 6, Texas Rangers 0
U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago)
(His first of two no-hitters)

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