The San Diego Padres came within four outs of the team’s first-ever no-hitter, one year ago today.
The Buffalo Bisons’ “Doc” Amole threw an Opening Day no-hitter in the inaugural game of the newly rebranded American League, 119 years ago today, but the new circuit wasn’t yet considered part of the major leagues.
The Los Angeles Angels’ Rudy May came within five outs of tossing a no-hitter in his major-league debut, 54 years ago today.
Happy 29th birthday to Henderson Alvarez, who ended the 2013 Miami Marlins’ season with a no-hitter and kicked off the celebration in the on-deck circle.
The Chicago White Sox’s Mark Buehrle tossed his first of two no-hitters, 12 years ago today.
OK, gumshoes. With just a month to go before the San Diego Padres can overtake the New York Mets’ no-hit futility record of 8,019 regular season games, we ask your help in answering the question, “Where in the World is a No-No in San Diego?”