Four years ago today, I got to chat about no-hitters with Fran Charles and Mark DeRosa on MLB Network’s MLB Central.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Ed Karger tossed a perfect game in a planned 7-inning nightcap of a Sunday doubleheader, 113 years ago today.
The Pittsburgh Pirates’ John Candelaria threw the city of Pittsburgh’s first no-hitter since the old Federal League, 44 years ago today. The 23-year-old southpaw dominated the Dodgers on Monday, August 9, 1976, using 101 pitches to no-hit Los Angeles for a 2-0 win at Three Rivers Stadium. Candelaria faced 30 batters, with two Dodgers reaching…
Bobby Burke tossed a no-hitter for the Washington Senators, 89 years ago today.
Vic Willis is credited with throwing the second no-hitter for the Braves franchise 121 years ago today. He probably shouldn’t be.
Horace Clarke, who broke up three ninth inning no-hitters during a span of less than a month during the 1970 season, died Wednesday at the age of 81.