The Buffalo Bisons’ Pud Galvin tossed the majors’ most lopsided no-hitter, 136 years ago today.
The Osaka Tigers’ Hachiro Miwa tossed a Japanese Baseball League no-hitter, 80 years ago today.
Happy 136th birthday to the New York Giants’ Red Ames, who threw nine innings of no-hit ball on Opening Day in 1909 before giving up a hit in the 10th and losing the game in the 13th.
With MLB and the Players Association approving seven-inning doubleheaders for the (likely short) remainder of the 2020 season starting today, we thought we’d look at the uncredited seven-inning no-hitters thrown over baseball’s history.
The Baltimore Black Sox’s Joe Strong tossed an 11-inning Eastern Colored League no-hitter, 93 years ago.
Jim Bibby threw the first no-hitter in Texas Rangers history, 47 years ago today.