Forty-six years ago today, on Sept. 2, 1972, the Chicago Cubs’ Milt Pappas no-hit the San Diego Padres at Wrigley Field, becoming 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).
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 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 Francisco Giants’ Tim Lincecum no-hit the San Diego Padres for the second time in less than a year, four years ago today.
Edwin Jackson nearly made San Diego Padres history in his first start for the club, two years ago today.
The San Diego Padres came within five outs of exiting the no no-no club on Tuesday, with Jordan Lyles taking a perfect game bid into the seventh inning before yielding a one-out single to Trevor Story.