The Arizona Diamonbacks, which began play in the National League in 1998, have thrown three official no-hitters.
Randy Johnson is the only pitcher to throw the first no-hitter for two different franchises – the Seattle Mariners in 1990 and the D-Backs in 2004. His Arizona no-no was a perfect game, thrown at the age of 40.
Edwin Jackson had the D-Backs’ second no-no during an interleague game in 2010. Madison Bumgarner tossed an unofficial 7-inning doubleheader no-hitter early in 2021, and rookie Tyler Gilbert added an official one a few month later in his first major-league start.
|Arizona Diamondbacks (NL)|
|Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Arizona Diamondbacks 2, Atlanta Braves 0
Turner Field (Atlanta)
(Perfect game, his second of two no-hitters; Johnson at age 40 becomes the oldest pitcher in major league history to hurl a perfect game. It’s the Diamondbacks’ first no-hitter.)
|Arizona Diamondbacks (NL team in IL game)|
|Friday, June 25, 2010
Arizona Diamondbacks 1, Tampa Bay Rays 0
Tropicana Field (St. Petersburg)
|Arizona Diamonbacks (NL)|
|Saturday, August 14, 2021
Arizona Diamondbacks 7, San Diego Padres 0
Chase Field (Phoenix)
Gilbert throws a no-hitter in his first major-league start, becoming only the fourth pitcher to accomplish the feat and the first since 1953.
Title image: Arizona Diamondbacks … by Ken Lund under license CC BY-SA 2.0, cropped and shaded.
Would you be able to make a seperate column with an Asterisk for Bumgarner’s “7 inning no-no”?
He’s on the “unofficial no-nos page,” but yeah I can add a mention on the team page, too.