The Milwaukee Brewers, a team that spent its first season in 1969 in the Pacific Northwest as the Seattle Pilots, have thrown two no-hitters over the club’s history.
The first by Juan Nieves came in the team’s 19th season on the road against the Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium. Center fielder Robin Yount in that game made a game-ending diving catch in the ninth inning to save the no-hitter. The second arrived 34 years later in Cleveland.
Here are the Brewers’ no-nos:
|Milwaukee Brewers (AL)|
|Wednesday, April 15, 1987
Milwaukee Brewers 7, Baltimore Orioles 0
Memorial Stadium (Baltimore)
|2||Corbin Burnes (8)
Josh Hader (1)
|Milwaukee Brewers (NL team in IL game)|
|Saturday, September 11, 2021
Milwaukee Brewers 3, Cleveland Indians 0
Progressive Field (Cleveland)
This no-hitter sets a new major-league season record with nine.