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.
Six Seattle Mariners pitchers no-hit the Los Angeles Dodgers, six years ago today. Kevin Millwood (6), Charlie Furbush (2/3), Stephen Pryor (1/3), Lucas Luetge (1/3), Brandon League (2/3) and Tom Wilhelmsen (1)
The Detroit Stars’ Bill Gatewood threw the first Negro National League no-hitter, 97 years ago today.
Frank Mountain threw the second and final no-hitter in Columbus Buckeyes history, 134 years ago today.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Sandy Koufax threw his third career no-hitter, 55 years ago today.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Michael Wacha fell three outs shy of no-hitting the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday afternoon, and Major League Baseball’s 300th no-hitter remains up for grabs.
Today is the 100th anniversary of Hubert “Dutch” Leonard’s second Boston Red Sox no-hitter. Leonard no-hit the Detroit Tigers on the road at Navin Field on Monday, June 3, 1918, for a 5-0 victory.