Sometimes you need a little help from your friends. Here’s the list of the 20 combined no-hitters in major-league history in which more than one pitcher contributed to the effort, including the first combined no-no in post-season history.
Combined no-hitters are sure to become more common in this era of pitch counts, but they were quite rare before the 1960s, with 50 years between the first and the second efforts. The 2003 Houston Astros set a record by using six pitchers in a no-hitter, a mark tied in 2012 by the Seattle Mariners.
Here are the combined no-hitters: