Fifty-three years ago today, the New York Mets threw the club’s first no-hitter, with Gary Kroll and Gordie Richardson combining for nine innings of no-hit ball during a 6-0 spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Two New York teams, the 1952 Giants and the 2017 Yankees, own baseball’s two St. Patrick’s Day no-hitters.
A pair of Pittsburgh Pirates no-hit the Detroit Tigers in a Grapefruit League matchup, 58 years ago today.
Four years ago today, the Miami Marlins accomplished something that no other major league team can claim – they no-hit a team in the country of Panama.
Nine Atlanta Braves pitchers teamed up for a Spring Training 10-inning no-hitter against the Houston Astros, three years ago today.
A quintet of “replacement” Atlanta Braves pitchers no-hit the “replacement” New York Mets, 23 years ago today.