Major-league professional baseball has recorded 302 no-hitters over its history since 1876, with 280 of those accomplishments occurring in the National League and American League. Less than 10 percent of those no-hitters were perfect games.
There used to be more than 50 additional no-hitters on the record books until the establishment of an official definition in September of 1991, which booted rain- and darkness shortened no-nos, no-nos lost in extras and the super-rare 8½-inning road loss no-hitters.
The San Diego Padres are the only current franchise yet to accomplish the feat, and their woes are chronicled here. The New York Mets held that dubious mark until June 1, 2012, and we still keep our old Mets site content here.
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