- 1 How many combined no-hitters have there been in baseball?
- 2 When was the last MLB no-hitter?
- 3 Who threw the most no-hitters?
- 4 Has anyone ever pitched a no-hitter and lost?
- 5 Who has thrown the most perfect games?
- 6 What MLB teams have never had a no-hitter?
- 7 Has there ever been a 27 strikeout baseball game?
How many combined no-hitters have there been in baseball?
There have been 13 combined no-hitters. The first was on June 23, 1917, with Babe Ruth as the starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox against the Washington Senators. After walking the first batter of the game (Eddie Foster), Ruth was ejected for arguing with an umpire.
When was the last MLB no-hitter?
The first Latin pitcher to throw one was San Francisco Giant Juan Marichal in 1963. The first Asian pitcher to throw one was Los Angeles Dodger Hideo Nomo in 1996. The most recent MLB season completed without a no-hitter was 2005.
Who threw the most no-hitters?
The pitcher who holds the record for the most no-hitters is Nolan Ryan, who threw seven in his 27-year career.
Has anyone ever pitched a no-hitter and lost?
On April 23, 1964, Ken Johnson of the Houston Colt. 45s became the first pitcher to throw a nine-inning no-hitter and lose. In fact, he is still the only individual to throw an official (nine-inning) no-hitter and lose.
Who has thrown the most perfect games?
No pitcher has ever thrown more than one. The perfect game thrown by Don Larsen in game 5 of the 1956 World Series is the only postseason perfect game in major league history and one of only two postseason no-hitters.
What MLB teams have never had a no-hitter?
After going more than 50 years without a no-hitter, the San Diego Padres became the last MLB team to get a no-no when Joe Musgrove, who grew up in the San Diego area, blanked the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on April 9, 2021, in a 3-0 Padres victory. 6
Has there ever been a 27 strikeout baseball game?
Necciai is best remembered for the unique feat of striking out 27 batters in a nine-inning game, which he accomplished in the Class-D Appalachian League on May 13, 1952. He is the only pitcher ever to do so in a nine-inning, professional-league game.