The San Diego Padres’ no no-hitters streak has reached 8,000 games, putting the franchise just 19 games shy of overtaking the Mets futility mark of 8,019.
The Cleveland Naps’ (Indians’) Addie Joss threw the second of his two no-hitters, both against the Chicago White Sox, 109 years ago today.
The San Diego Padres came within four outs of the team’s first-ever no-hitter, one year ago today.
OK, gumshoes. With just a month to go before the San Diego Padres can overtake the New York Mets’ no-hit futility record of 8,019 regular season games, we ask your help in answering the question, “Where in the World is a No-No in San Diego?”
The Montreal Expos’ Bill Stoneman no-hit the Philadelphia Phillies in the Expos franchise’s ninth game, 50 years ago today.
Happy 64th birthday to former San Diego Padres pitcher Chris Welsh, who took a Friars no-hitter into the seventh inning in 1982.