The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers held zeros in the H columns through six innings at American Family Field on Saturday but neither team could complete the task. Brewers starter Corbin Burnes threw 6 1/3 innings of no-hit ball before Byron Buxton blasted a ball over the right-center field fence in the seventh inning. Twins…
Retrosheet and Baseball Reference are now recognizing a 1901 pitching gem from the Cleveland Blues’ Pete Dowling as a no-hitter.
The Chicago Cubs’ Alec Mills tossed the majors’ 305th no-hitter on Sunday, holding the MIlwaukee Brewers hitless for an 12-0 win at Miller Park.
The Minnesota Twins’ Kenta Maeda took a no-hitter into the ninth inning on Tuesday night before losing it on a leadoff single by Eric Sogard.
Part 4 of our look at baseball’s six “other” back to back starts — the nightcap of a day-night blog-post doubleheader — features the Detroit Tigers’ Les Cain.
We’re continuing our look at baseball’s six “other” back to back starts in recognition of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Vander Meer’s amazing accomplishment 82 years ago. Part 2 of 6 celebrates Frank MacCormack.