OK, gumshoes. With just a month to go before the San Diego Padres can overtake the New York Mets’ no-hit futility record of 8,019 regular season games, we ask your help in answering the question, “Where in the World is a No-No in San Diego?”
The San Diego Padres’ no no-no streak reached 7,777 games on Tuesday evening on a third-inning Stephen Piscotty single off starting pitcher Clayton Richard. The Padres continue their march toward the Mets’ mark of futility, which hit 8,019 games before Johan Santana no-hit the St. Louis Cardinals.
Chris Owings’ 3rd-inning homer off Jered Weaver drives the Padres no no-hitter count up to 7,676, so we throw it back to ’76.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Adrian González tagged San Diego Padres starter Jhoulys Chacin for a second-inning ground-rule double Monday as the Friars’ no no-hitter streak hit 7,653 games. The hits kept coming, as the Dodgers topped the Padres 14-3 at Opening Day at Dodger Stadium.
The San Diego Padres have finished the 2015 season without a no-hitter, marking the 47th straight season they’ve missed that feat since joining the National League in 1969. The Friars did notch one other rare feat this season, when Matt Kemp became the first Padres player to hit for the cycle on Friday, August 14,…
The San Diego Padres are wearing their Way-back Wednesday brown and oranges, so we thought we’d update the count in the same theme. Starter Andrew Cashner struck out the first six batters today before giving up a double in the third to the Houston Astros’ Jake Marisnick, bumping the count up to 7,351 games.