No-hitters vs. the Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds, a franchise that joined the American Association in 1882 before moving to the National League in 1890, have been the victim of a no-hitter 12 times, with the last coming from at the hands of the Cubs’ Jake Arrieta.

Here are the no-hitters against the Reds:

1 Tony Mullane
  Louisville Eclipse (AA)
  Monday, September 11, 1882
Louisville Eclipse 2, Cincinnati Red Stockings 0
Bank Street Grounds (Cincinnati)
2 Ed Seward
  Philadelphia Athletics (AA)
  Thursday, July 26, 1888
Philadelphia Athletics 12, Cincinnati Red Stockings 2
Jefferson Street Grounds (Philadelphia)
3 Cy Young
  Cleveland Spiders (NL)
  Saturday, September 18, 1897 (First game of doubleheader)
Cleveland Spiders 6, Cincinnati Reds 0
League Park (Cleveland)
(His first of three no-hitters)
4 Frank "Big Jeff" Pfeffer
  Boston Doves (NL)
  Wednesday, May 8, 1907
Boston Doves 6, Cincinnati Reds 0
Huntington Avenue Grounds (Boston)
5 James "Tex" Carleton
  Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)
  Tuesday, April 30, 1940
Brooklyn Dodgers 3, Cincinnati Reds 0
Crosley Field (Cincinnati)
6 Lon Warneke
  St. Louis Cardinals (NL)
  Saturday, August 30, 1941
St. Louis Cardinals 2, Cincinnati Reds 0
Crosley Field (Cincinnati)
7 Ken Johnson
  Houston Colt .45s (NL)
  Thursday, April 23, 1964
Houston Colt .45s 0, Cincinnati Reds 1
Colt Stadium (Houston)
8 Don Wilson
  Houston Astros (NL)
  Thursday, May 1, 1969
Houston Astros 4, Cincinnati Reds 0
Crosley Field (Cincinnati)
(His second of two no-hitters)
9 Ken Holtzman
  Chicago Cubs (NL)
  Thursday, June 3, 1971
Chicago Cubs 1, Cincinnati Reds 0
Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati)
(His second of two no-hitters)
10 Rick Wise
  Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
  Wednesday, June 23, 1971
Philadelphia Phillies 4, Cincinnati Reds 0
Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati)
11 Roy Halladay
  Philadelphia Phillies (NLDS Game 1)
  Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Philadelphia Phillies 4, Cincinnati Reds 0
Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)
(His second of two no-hitters in Game 1 of NLDS; the second postseason no-hitter in MLB history.)
12 Jake Arrieta
  Chicago Cubs (NL)
  Thursday, April 21, 2016
Chicago Cubs 16, Cincinnati Reds 0
Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati)
His second of two no-hitters

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