Dirk Lammers is a veteran journalist who began rooting for the New York Mets in the early-1970s when the team’s no no-hitter count was barely 2,000 games old. Lammers has since turned his research into Baseball’s No-Hit Wonders: More Than a Century of Pitching’s Greatest Feats (Unbridled Books) and NoNoHitters.com, where he maintains the Internet's largest archive of no-hitter information.
Welcome to the new nonohitters.com, which is shifting its focus from the Mets’ streak that ended in 2012 to one owned by the only team in Major League Baseball without a no-no – The San Diego Padres. If you’re a Mets fan, don’t worry. You can still find all of the historical Mets content at…
The Miami Marlins’ Henderson Alvarez finished off the 2013 season on Sunday with a no-hitter that ended with a walk-off wild pitch.
SF Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum threw a no-hitter against the Padres on Saturday, the 281st no-no in major league history.
The Cincinnati Reds’ Homer Bailey threw his second career no-hitter on Tuesday, topping the San Francisco Giants 3-0 at Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Reds’ Homer Bailey no-hit the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night for a 1-0 10-strikeout victory at PNC Park, the 15th no-no in Reds history
The Seattle Mariners’ “King” Felix Hernandez threw the majors’ 23rd perfect game on Wednesday, retiring all of the 27 Tampa Bay Rays he faced at Safeco Field.