Padres one-hitters

onehitters28Although the San Diego Padres have never had a no-hitter, the club has thrown 28 one-hitters in its history. Randy Jones, Bruce Hurst and Andrew Cashner are the only Padres starters to throw two one-hitters. Both Mat Latos and Andy Benes had one complete-game one-hitter and one partial one-hitter preserved by the bullpen. Here’s the list:

1. Dick Kelley

July 6, 1969 (Game 2 of doubleheader), San Diego Stadium,
San Diego Padres 1, Houston Astros 0
No-no broken up by Denis Menke with a 2nd-inning single to short


2. Clay Kirby

Sept. 18, 1971, Candlestick Park
San Diego Padres 2, San Francisco Giants 1
No-no broken up by Willie McCovey with 8th-inning leadoff homer


3. Steve Arlin

June 23, 1972, San Diego Stadium
San Diego Padres 4, San Francisco Giants 1
No-no broken up by Garry Maddox with a 2nd-inning triple to right


4. Dan Spillner

June 19, 1974, Wrigley Field
San Diego Padres 1, Chicago Cubs 0
No-no broken up by Rick Monday with a 3rd-inning single to the pitcher


5. Randy Jones

May 19, 1975, San Diego Stadium
San Diego Padres 1, St. Louis Cardinals 0 (10 innings)
No-no broken up by Luis Melendez with a 7th-inning single to center


6. Randy Jones

July 3, 1975, San Diego Stadium
San Diego Padres 2, Cincinnati Reds 1
No-no broken up by Bill Plummer with a 8th-inning RBI double to right-center


7. Eric Rasmussen

Sept. 28, 1979, Candlestick Park
San Diego Padres 2, San Francisco Giants 0
No-no broken up by Darrell Evans with a 2nd-inning single to right


8. Juan Eichelberger

June 2, 1982, Wrigley Field
San Diego Padres 3, Chicago Cubs 1
No-no broken up by Scot Thompson with a 2nd-inning single


9. Dave Dravecky

July 30, 1984, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 12, Los Angeles Dodgers 0
No-no broken up by Bill Russell with a 7th-inning double


10. Mark Thurmond

April 30, 1986, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 5, St. Louis Cardinals 0
No-no broken up by Willie McGee with a 7th-inning single


11. Jimmy Jones

Sept. 21, 1986, Astrodome
San Diego Padres 5, Houston Astros 0
No-no broken up by opposing pitcher Bob Knepper with a 3rd-inning triple


12. Andy Hawkins

April 24, 1988, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 3, Houston Astros 0
No-no broken up by Bill Doran with a 7th-inning line drive single to left-center


13. Bruce Hurst

April 10, 1989, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 5, Atlanta Braves 2
No-no broken up by Lonnie Smith with a 3rd-inning two-run homer to left


14. Greg Harris (8 1/3) Craig Lefferts (2/3)

July 14, 1991, Shea Stadium
San Diego Padres 2, New York Mets 1
No-no broken up by Mackey Sasser with an 8th-inning leadoff double to right-center


15. Bruce Hurst

May 18, 1992, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 3, New York Mets 0
No-no broken up by Chico Walker with a 6th-inning single to short


16. Andy Benes (8), Gene Harris (1)

July 7, 1993, Shea Stadium
San Diego Padres 2, New York Mets 0
No-no broken up by Jeff Kent with a 2nd-inning single to short


17. Andy Benes

July 3, 1994, Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 7, New York Mets 0
No-no broken up by Rico Brogna with an 8th-inning double to center


18. Sterling Hitchcock (8), Trevor Hoffman (1)

April 5, 1997, Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego Padres 4, Philadelphia Phillies 1
No-no broken up by Rico Brogna with a 5th-inning line-drive double to right


19. Kevin Brown

August 16, 1998 (First game of doubleheader), Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego Padres 4, Milwaukee Brewers 0
No-no broken up by Jeromy Burnitz with a 7th-inning single up the middle


20. Chris Young (8 2/3), Cla Meredith (1/3)

Sept. 22, 2006, Petco Park
San Diego Padres 6, Pittsburgh Pirates 2
No-no broken up by Joe Randa with a 9th-inning pinch hit 2-run home run


21. Chad Gaudin (8), Heath Bell (1)

June 28, 2009, Ballpark in Arlington
San Diego Padres 2, Texas Rangers 0
No-no broken up by Michael Young with a 1st-inning single to center


22. Mat Latos (7), Greg Burke (1), Mike Ekstrom (1)

July 29, 2009, Great American Ball Park
San Diego Padres 7, Cincinnati Reds 1
No-no broken up by Jerry Hairston with a 4th-inning home run to left


23. Clayton Richard (7), Mike Adams (1), Luke Gregerson (1)

Sept. 30, 2009, Petco Park
San Diego Padres 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 0
No-no broken up by Matt Kemp with a 1st-inning single to left-center


24. Mat Latos

May 13, 2010, AT&T Park
San Diego Padres 1, San Francisco Giants 0
No-no broken up by Eli Whiteside with a 6th-inning dribbler between the shortstop and pitcher


25. Cory Luebke (7), Ernesto Frieri (2)

Sept. 19, 2011, Coors Field
San Diego Padres 8, Colorado Rockies 2
No-no broken up by Mark Ellis with a 6th-inning home run to center


26. Edinson Volquez

July 19, 2012, Petco Park
San Diego Padres 1, Houston Astros 0
No-no broken up by Matt Downs with a 4th-inning single to pitcher


27. Andrew Cashner

Sept. 16, 2013, PNC Park
San Diego Padres 2, Pittsburgh Pirates 0
No-no broken up by Jose Tabata with a 7th-inning single to right


28. Andrew Cashner

April 11, 2014, Petco Park
San Diego Padres 6, Detroit Tigers 0
No-no broken up by Rajai Davis with a 6th-inning single to center

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