The San Diego Padres’ no no-hitter count hit 5,000 regular-season games, 19 years ago today.
The San Diego Padres set a major-league record by becoming the first club to open a season by getting shut out three straight times, three years ago today
The Padres no no-hitters count is moving again. With that Evan Longoria 1st-inning single off Eric Lauer, the Padres have now played 7,977 regular-season games without a no-hitter.
Happy 72nd birthday to Bill Plummer, who zapped Randy Jones’ chance to toss the San Diego #Padres’ first no-hitter in 1975.
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.