The Detroit Tigers’ Jordan Zimmermann took an Opening Day perfect game bid into the seventh inning on Thursday, but Bob Feller’s reign as being the only MLB pitcher to toss a no-hitter to start the season remains safe another year.
The Padres no no-hitters count is moving again. With that Evan Longoria 1st-inning single off Eric Lauer, the Padres have now played 7,977 regular-season games without a no-hitter.
Once again, we’re spending our first day of baseball season waiting to see if anyone can duplicate Hall of Famer Bob Feller’s accomplishment of throwing an Opening Day no-hitter. Just 28 teams remain as we start Opening Day, as both the Oakland Athletics’ Mike Fiers and the Seattle Mariners’ Marco Gonzales missed their chances during…
A pair of Pittsburgh Pirates pitchers combined to no-hit the Los Angeles Dodgers in a Grapefruit League matchup, 53 years ago today.