The Milwaukee Brewers have now gone 32 years since their last (and only) no-hitter.
Baseball’s annual Jackie Robinson Day tradition of dressing everyone in Robinson’s iconic No. 42 carries a side plot in the no-hitter world.
The New York Giants’ Red Ames tossed 9⅓ innings of no-hit ball in an effort that should have been MLB’s first Opening Day no-hitter, 110 years ago today.
Today marks the 72th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the major-league color barrier.
The Colorado Rockies German Marquez took a no-hitter into the eighth inning on Sunday but lost it on an Evan Longoria single threaded between third and short.
The Philadelphia Athletics’ Herb Pennock came within one out of throwing the majors’ first Opening Day no-hitter, 104 years ago today.