Major League Baseball just released the 2019 schedule, giving us a glimpse into the day the San Diego Padres could take over the Mets’ record of franchise no-hit futility.
The Atlanta Braves’ Sean Newcomb fell one out short of throwing the 300th no-hitter in major-league baseball history on Sunday.
The San Diego Padres are now just 100 games away from reaching the New York Mets’ mark of most games without a no-hitter to start a franchise.
The San Diego Padres’ Clayton Richard took a no-hitter against the Miami Marlins into the seventh inning on Sunday before giving up a two-out single up the middle to Miguel Rojas.
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.
The Seattle Mariners’ James Paxton no-hit the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday evening for Major League’s Baseball’s 299th no-hitter, a 5-0 win at Rogers Centre.