For the first time in San Diego Padres franchise history dating back to the club’s inception in 1969, the Padres have thrown a no-hitter.
The first San Diego Padres no-hitter was thrown 83 years ago today in a spring exhibition game against the Imperial Valley All Stars. The Padres’ Wally Hebert, who got the start at Lane Field on Saturday March 27, 1937, faced just 28 batters and struck out eight of them as he no-hit the visiting All…
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.
Pappas is the only pitcher in MLB history to lose a perfect game by walking the 27th batter but still get a no-hitter (two others did it on hit batsmen).
Padres prospect George Stablein threw a AAA no-hitter witnessed by the San Diego Chicken, 39 years ago today.
The San Diego Padres took ownership of the major-league record for regular-season no-hit futility, one year ago today.