The Texas Rangers’ Bartolo Colon took a perfect game into the eighth inning on Sunday before losing it on a leadoff walk and then saying goodbye to the no-hitter on a double.
With single-digit pitcher Clayton Richard (No. 3) getting the start tonight for the San Diego Padres, I figured it’s a good time look at the single-digit trend and how it relates to no-hitters.
It’s official: Bob Feller’s streak of being the only MLB pitcher to toss an Opening Day no-hitter remains intact another year.
It’s looking like Bob Feller’s record for being the only MLB pitcher to thrown an Opening Day no-hitter might be safe another year.
The Houston Astros took a no-hitter into the ninth inning in Grapefruit League play Friday before the Minnesota Twins’ Ryan LaMarre led off the ninth by hitting an opposite-field double.
The Cavaliers were one out away from recording a 3-2 no-no loss when a bases-loaded wild throw on senior Justin Novak’s chopper down the third base line scored the tying and winning runs.