Today is the 126th anniversary of the latest calendar year major-league no-hitter, but it wasn’t thrown in a postseason game.
Four MLB pitchers threw no-nos on this date, with the oldest occurring 106 years ago by the St. Louis Browns’ Earl Hamilton.
The Cincinnati Reds’ Homer Bailey threw his second no-hitter, five years ago today.
Johnny Vander Meer became the first pitcher to throw no-hitters in back-to-back starts, 80 years ago today.
The Cincinnati Reds’ Jim Maloney tossed 10 innings of no-hit ball before losing his effort in the 11th, 53 years ago today.
The Marlins’ Al Leiter, the Dodgers’ Sandy Koufax and the Reds’ Horace “Hod” Eller threw no-hitters on this date.