The Chicago White Sox’s Carlos Rodón no-hit the Cleveland Indians for an 8-0 win at Guaranteed Rate Field on Wednesday, tossing the 307th no-no in major-league history. Rodón was perfect through 8 1/3 but hit Roberto Perez with a pitch in the toe. But he completed the no-hitter, striking out seven and walking none. The…
The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers held zeros in the H columns through six innings at American Family Field on Saturday but neither team could complete the task. Brewers starter Corbin Burnes threw 6 1/3 innings of no-hit ball before Byron Buxton blasted a ball over the right-center field fence in the seventh inning. Twins…
2021 could finally be the year that the San Diego Padres end the franchise’s no-hitter drought. Thanks to the recent additions of Blake Snell and Yu Darvish, the San Diego Padres’ projected starting pitching staff has eight no-hit bids that have reached the seventh inning under its belt.
Retrosheet and Baseball Reference are now recognizing a 1901 pitching gem from the Cleveland Blues’ Pete Dowling as a no-hitter.
MLB reclassification of Negro Leagues as ‘major’ could add nearly two dozen or so no-nos to the list
Major League Baseball’s long-awaited news on Wednesday that it is reclassifying the Negro Leagues from 1920 through 1948 as major should add 25 new no-hitters to the list while altering some no-hitter milestones.
The Chicago Cubs’ Alec Mills tossed the majors’ 305th no-hitter on Sunday, holding the MIlwaukee Brewers hitless for an 12-0 win at Miller Park.