Welcome to NoNoHitters.com, the online home for baseball’s 316 no-hitters.
For four-and-a-half seasons (2008-2012), this site dutifully logged the climbing count of New York Mets games without a no-hitter, which finally ended at 8,019 on June 1, 2012 when Johan Santana made history. During our tenure chronicling what was then baseball’s longest no-no drought from inception, we watched two of baseball’s newer franchises – the Colorado Rockies and the Tampa Bay Rays pass us on the baselines and exit the no-no club out of turn. But one team, the circa-1969 San Diego Padres, continued to build its streak into the 2021 season to surpass the Mets’ mark.
Over our history, we’ve expanded the role of NoNoHitters.com to focus on all things no-hitter, and we’re continuing to add a ton of new content. You can learn more about the the San Diego Padres no-no streak, which ended in 2021 after 8,205 regular-season games at About our Padres pages. You can learn more about the defunct New York Mets streak on our The original NoNoHitters.com page.