The San Diego Padres are now the major-league record holder for regular-season no-hit futility, taking that title from the New York Mets.
The San Diego Padres have tied the New York Mets’ record for no-hit futility.
Wall Street Journal national baseball writer Jared Diamond penned a great history today on the San Diego Padres’ futility in no-hitters.
The Padres have just 5 more chances to avoid reaching the Mets’ record for no-hit futility. Three of those games will be played at Coors Field, where the Padres are 1 of just 4 teams to allow one hit or less.
The San Diego Padres’ Eric Lauer took a no-hitter into the fifth inning on Friday before Chris Taylor led off the inning with a homer to left. The dinger moved the Friars’ no no-hitter count to 8,009 regular-season games, or just 10 away from the New York Mets’ record of 8,019. The Mets exited the…
The San Diego Padres’ no no-hitters streak has reached 8,000 games, putting the franchise just 19 games shy of overtaking the Mets futility mark of 8,019.