The Detroit Tigers’ Jordan Zimmermann took an Opening Day perfect game bid into the seventh inning on Thursday, but Bob Feller’s reign as being the only MLB pitcher to toss a no-hitter to start the season remains safe another year.
Once again, we’re spending our first day of baseball season waiting to see if anyone can duplicate Hall of Famer Bob Feller’s accomplishment of throwing an Opening Day no-hitter. Just 28 teams remain as we start Opening Day, as both the Oakland Athletics’ Mike Fiers and the Seattle Mariners’ Marco Gonzales missed their chances during…Details
A pair of Pittsburgh Pirates pitchers combined to no-hit the Los Angeles Dodgers in a Grapefruit League matchup, 53 years ago today.Details
Happy 167th birthday to Ed Cushman, who threw a no-hitter for the Milwaukee Brewers of the Union Association on September 28, 1884.Details