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This is a list of no-hitters in Major League Baseball history. In addition, all no-hitters that were broken up in extra innings or were in shortened games are listed, although they are not currently considered official no-hitters. (Prior to 1991, a performance in which no hits were surrendered through nine innings or in a shortened game was considered an official no-hit game.) The names of those pitchers who threw perfect games are in bold type. For combined no-hitters by two or more pitchers on the same team, each is listed with his number of innings pitched. Games which were part of a doubleheader are noted as either the first game or second game.

An official no-hit game occurs when a pitcher (or pitchers) allows no hits during the entire course of a game, which consists of at least nine innings thrown by the pitcher(s). In a no-hit game, a batter may still reach base via a walk, an error, a fielder's choice, a hit by pitch, a passed ball or wild pitch on strike three, or catcher's interference.[1] Therefore, the games listed in the Near no-hitters section do not officially qualify as no-hitters by MLB rule. Also, due to these methods of reaching base, it is possible for a team to score runs without getting any hits. While the vast majority of no-hitters are shutouts, no-hit teams have managed to score runs in their respective games a number of times, but only twice has a team been no-hit and still won the game. The Cincinnati Reds defeated the Houston Colt .45s (now called the Houston Astros) 1-0 on April 23, 1964 even though they were no-hit by Houston starter Ken Johnson, and the Detroit Tigers defeated the Baltimore Orioles 2-1 on April 30, 1967 even though they were no-hit by Baltimore starter Steve Barber and reliever Stu Miller. These occurrences are still considered no-hitters, however, as the definition of a no-hitter does not require the pitcher(s) to win the game.

To date, there have been 263 no-hitters thrown, 221 being in the modern era (since 1900). Joe Borden's no-hitter in 1875 is also noted, but is not recognized by Major League Baseball (see note in the chart).

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Regulation no-hitters

Date Pitcher Team Run support Opponent Runs allowed League Catcher Notes
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1875 to 1899

July 23, 1875 Joe Borden Philadelphia White Stockings 4 Chicago White Stockings 0 NA National Association not recognized as a "major" league by Major League Baseball
1 July 15, 1876 George Bradley St. Louis Brown Stockings 2 Hartford Dark Blues 0 NL
2 June 12, 1880 Lee Richmond Worcester Ruby Legs 1 Cleveland Blues 0 NL Perfect game
3 June 17, 1880 John Montgomery Ward Providence Grays 5 Buffalo Bisons 0 NL Perfect game
4 August 19, 1880 Larry Corcoran (1) Chicago White Stockings 6 Boston Red Caps 0 NL
5 August 20, 1880 Pud Galvin (1) Buffalo Bisons 1 Worcester Ruby Legs 0 NL
6  September 11, 1882  Tony Mullane Louisville Eclipse 2 Cincinnati Red Stockings 0 AA
7 September 19, 1882 Guy Hecker Louisville Eclipse 3 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 1 AA
8 September 20, 1882 Larry Corcoran (2) Chicago White Stockings 5 Worcester Ruby Legs 0 NL
9 July 25, 1883 Charles Radbourn Providence Grays 8 Cleveland Blues 0 NL
10 September 13, 1883 Hugh Daily Cleveland Blues 1 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL
11 May 24, 1884 Al Atkinson (1) Philadelphia Athletics 10 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 1 AA
12 May 29, 1884 Ed Morris Columbus Buckeyes 5 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 0 AA
13 June 5, 1884 Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 12 Washington Nationals 0 AA
14 June 27, 1884 Larry Corcoran (3) Chicago White Stockings 6 Providence Grays 0 NL
15 August 4, 1884 Pud Galvin (2) Buffalo Bisons 18 Detroit Wolverines 0 NL
16 August 26, 1884 Dick Burns Cincinnati Outlaw Reds 3 Kansas City Unions 1 UA
17 September 28, 1884 Ed Cushman Milwaukee Brewers 5 Washington Nationals 0 UA
18 October 4, 1884 Sam Kimber Brooklyn Atlantics 0 Toledo Blue Stockings 0 AA 10 innings
19 July 27, 1885 John Clarkson Chicago White Stockings 4 Providence Grays 0 NL
20 August 29, 1885 Charles J. Ferguson Philadelphia Phillies 1 Providence Grays 0 NL
21 May 1, 1886 Al Atkinson (2) Philadelphia Athletics 3 New York Metropolitans 2 AA
22 July 24, 1886 Adonis Terry (1) Brooklyn Grays 1 St. Louis Browns 0 AA
23 October 6, 1886 Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 6 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 0 AA
24 May 27, 1888 Adonis Terry (2) Brooklyn Bridegrooms 4 Louisville Colonels 0 AA
25 June 6, 1888 Henry Porter Kansas City Cowboys 4 Baltimore Orioles 0 AA
26 July 26, 1888 Ed Seward Philadelphia Athletics 12 Cincinnati Red Stockings 2 AA
27 July 31, 1888 Gus Weyhing Philadelphia Athletics 4 Kansas City Cowboys 0 AA
28 September 15, 1890 Cannonball Titcomb Rochester Broncos 7 Syracuse Stars 0 AA
29 June 22, 1891 Tom Lovett Brooklyn Grooms 4 New York Giants 0 NL
30 July 31, 1891 Amos Rusie New York Giants 6 Brooklyn Grooms 0 NL
31 October 4, 1891
(first game)
Ted Breitenstein (1) St. Louis Browns 8 Louisville Colonels 0 AA First career start
Clubs' final day (but not final game) of season
32 August 6, 1892 Jack Stivetts Boston Beaneaters 11 Brooklyn Grooms 0 NL
33 August 22, 1892 Ben Sanders Louisville Colonels 6 Baltimore Orioles 2 NL
34 October 15, 1892 Bumpus Jones Cincinnati Reds 7 Pittsburgh Pirates 1 NL First career game
35 August 16, 1893 Bill Hawke Baltimore Orioles 5 Washington Senators 0 NL First no-hitter at modern pitching distance of 60'6"
36 September 18, 1897
(first game)
Cy Young (1) Cleveland Spiders 6 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL
37 April 22, 1898 Ted Breitenstein (2) Cincinnati Reds 11 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 NL Same day
38 April 22, 1898 Jay Hughes Baltimore Orioles 8 Boston Beaneaters 0 NL
39 July 8, 1898 Red Donahue Philadelphia Phillies 5 Boston Beaneaters 0 NL
40 August 21, 1898
(second game)
Walter Thornton Chicago Orphans 2 Brooklyn Bridegrooms 0 NL
41 May 25, 1899 Deacon Phillippe Louisville Colonels 7 New York Giants 0 NL
42 August 7, 1899 Vic Willis Boston Beaneaters 7 Washington Senators 1 NL

1900 to 1924

43 July 12, 1900 Noodles Hahn Cincinnati Reds 4 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL
44 July 15, 1901 Christy Mathewson (1) New York Giants 5 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL
45 September 20, 1902
(first game)
Nixey Callahan Chicago White Sox 3 Detroit Tigers 0 AL
46 September 18, 1903
(second game)
Chick Fraser Philadelphia Phillies 10 Chicago Cubs 0 NL
47 May 5, 1904 Cy Young (2) Boston Americans 3 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL Perfect game
48 August 17, 1904 Jesse Tannehill Boston Americans 6 Chicago White Sox 0 AL
49 June 13, 1905 Christy Mathewson (2) New York Giants 1 Chicago Cubs 0 NL Only baserunners came on errors by SS Bill Dahlen and 2B Billy Gilbert
50 July 22, 1905
(first game)
Weldon Henley Philadelphia Athletics 6 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
51 September 6, 1905
(second game)
Frank Smith (1) Chicago White Sox 15 Detroit Tigers 0 AL
52 September 27, 1905
(first game)
Bill Dinneen Boston Americans 2 Chicago White Sox 0 AL
53 May 1, 1906 Johnny Lush Philadelphia Phillies 6 Brooklyn Superbas 0 NL
54 July 20, 1906 Mal Eason Brooklyn Superbas 2 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL
55 May 8, 1907 Big Jeff Pfeffer Boston Doves 6 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL
56 September 20, 1907 Nick Maddox Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Brooklyn Superbas 1 NL
57 June 30, 1908 Cy Young (3) Boston Red Sox 8 New York Highlanders 0 AL
58 July 4, 1908
(first game)
Hooks Wiltse New York Giants 1 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL 10 innings, HBP with 2 outs in the ninth allowed the only baserunner
59 September 5, 1908
(second game)
Nap Rucker Brooklyn Superbas 6 Boston Doves 0 NL
60 September 18, 1908 Bob Rhoads Cleveland Naps 2 Boston Red Sox 1 AL
61 September 20, 1908 Frank Smith (2) Chicago White Sox 1 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL
62 October 2, 1908 Addie Joss (1) Cleveland Naps 1 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Perfect game
63 April 20, 1910 Addie Joss (2) Cleveland Naps 1 Chicago White Sox 0 AL To date, Joss is the only pitcher in modern history to no-hit the same team twice
64 May 12, 1910 Chief Bender Philadelphia Athletics 4 Cleveland Naps 0 AL
65 July 29, 1911
(first game)
Smoky Joe Wood Boston Red Sox 5 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
66 August 27, 1911 Ed Walsh Chicago White Sox 5 Boston Red Sox 0 AL
67 July 4, 1912
(second game)
George Mullin Detroit Tigers 7 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
68 August 30, 1912 Earl Hamilton St. Louis Browns 5 Detroit Tigers 1 AL
69 September 6, 1912
(first game)
Jeff Tesreau New York Giants 3 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL
70 May 31, 1914 Joe Benz Chicago White Sox 6 Cleveland Naps 1 AL
71 September 9, 1914
(second game)
George Davis Boston Braves 7 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL
72 September 19, 1914 Ed Lafitte Brooklyn Tip-Tops 6 Kansas City Packers 2 FL
73 April 15, 1915 Rube Marquard New York Giants 2 Brooklyn Robins 0 NL
74 April 24, 1915 Frank Allen Pittsburgh Rebels 2 St. Louis Terriers 0 FL
75 May 15, 1915 Claude Hendrix Chicago Chi-Feds/Whales 10 Pittsburgh Rebels 0 FL
76 August 16, 1915 Alex Main Kansas City Packers 5 Buffalo Buffeds/Blues 0 FL
77 August 31, 1915
(first game)
Jimmy Lavender Chicago Cubs 2 New York Giants 0 NL
78 September 7, 1915 Dave Davenport St. Louis Terriers 3 Chicago Chi-Feds/Whales 0 FL
79 June 16, 1916 Tom Hughes Boston Braves 2 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 NL
80 June 21, 1916 Rube Foster Boston Red Sox 2 New York Yankees 0 AL
81 August 26, 1916 Bullet Joe Bush Philadelphia Athletics 5 Cleveland Indians 0 AL
82 August 30, 1916 Dutch Leonard (1) Boston Red Sox 4 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
83 April 14, 1917 Eddie Cicotte Chicago White Sox 11 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
84 April 24, 1917 George Mogridge New York Yankees 2 Boston Red Sox 1 AL
85 May 2, 1917 Fred Toney Cincinnati Reds 1 Chicago Cubs 0 NL 10 innings
See Double No-Hitter below
86 May 5, 1917 Ernie Koob St. Louis Browns 1 Chicago White Sox 0 AL
87 May 6, 1917
(second game)
Bob Groom St. Louis Browns 3 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Same teams, same park, next day (but not the next game)
88 June 23, 1917
(first game)
Babe Ruth (0 inn.) Boston Red Sox 4 Washington Senators 0 AL See Ernie Shore for a description of the unusual events of this game
Ernie Shore (9 inn.)
89 June 3, 1918 Dutch Leonard (2) Boston Red Sox 5 Detroit Tigers 0 AL
90 May 11, 1919 Hod Eller Cincinnati Reds 6 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL
91 September 10, 1919
(first game)
Ray Caldwell Cleveland Indians 3 New York Yankees 0 AL
92 July 1, 1920 Walter Johnson Washington Senators 1 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Only baserunner came on 2B Bucky Harris' error leading off the 7th
93 April 30, 1922 Charlie Robertson Chicago White Sox 2 Detroit Tigers 0 AL Perfect game
94 May 7, 1922 Jesse Barnes New York Giants 6 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL
95 September 4, 1923 Sad Sam Jones New York Yankees 2 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL Jones did not strike out a batter the entire game
96 September 7, 1923 Howard Ehmke Boston Red Sox 4 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL
97 July 17, 1924 Jesse Haines St. Louis Cardinals 5 Boston Braves 0 NL

1925 to 1949

98 September 13, 1925
(first game)
Dazzy Vance Brooklyn Robins 10 Philadelphia Phillies 1 NL
99 August 21, 1926 Ted Lyons Chicago White Sox 6 Boston Red Sox 0 AL
100 May 8, 1929 Carl Hubbell New York Giants 11 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 NL
101 April 29, 1931 Wes Ferrell Cleveland Indians 9 St. Louis Browns 0 AL Also hit home run
102 August 8, 1931 Bobby Burke Washington Senators 5 Boston Red Sox 0 AL
103 September 21, 1934
(second game)
Paul Dean St. Louis Cardinals 3 Brooklyn Dodgers 0 NL
104 August 31, 1935 Vern Kennedy Chicago White Sox 5 Cleveland Indians 0 AL
105 June 1, 1937 Bill Dietrich Chicago White Sox 8 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
106 June 11, 1938 Johnny Vander Meer (1) Cincinnati Reds 3 Boston Braves 0 NL Back-to-back starts; second no-hitter was in the first-ever night game at Ebbets Field
107 June 15, 1938 Johnny Vander Meer (2) Cincinnati Reds 6 Brooklyn Dodgers 0 NL
108 August 27, 1938
(second game)
Monte Pearson New York Yankees 13 Cleveland Indians 0 AL
109 April 16, 1940 Bob Feller (1) Cleveland Indians 1 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Opening Day
110 April 30, 1940 Tex Carleton Brooklyn Dodgers 3 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL
111 August 30, 1941 Lon Warneke St. Louis Cardinals 2 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL
112 April 27, 1944 Jim Tobin Boston Braves 2 Brooklyn Dodgers 0 NL
113 May 15, 1944 Clyde Shoun Cincinnati Reds 1 Boston Braves 0 NL
114 September 9, 1945
(second game)
Dick Fowler Philadelphia Athletics 1 St. Louis Browns 0 AL
115 April 23, 1946 Ed Head Brooklyn Dodgers 5 Boston Braves 0 NL
116 April 30, 1946 Bob Feller (2) Cleveland Indians 1 New York Yankees 0 AL
117 June 18, 1947 Ewell Blackwell Cincinnati Reds 6 Boston Braves 0 NL
118 July 10, 1947
(first game)
Don Black Cleveland Indians 3 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL
119 September 3, 1947 Bill McCahan Philadelphia Athletics 3 Washington Senators 0 AL Only baserunner came on 1B Ferris Fain's error with one out in the 2nd.
120 June 30, 1948 Bob Lemon Cleveland Indians 2 Detroit Tigers 0 AL
121 September 9, 1948 Rex Barney Brooklyn Dodgers 2 New York Giants 0 NL

1950 to 1974

122 August 11, 1950 Vern Bickford Boston Braves 7 Brooklyn Dodgers 0 NL
123 May 6, 1951
(second game)
Cliff Chambers Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Boston Braves 0 NL
124 July 1, 1951
(first game)
Bob Feller (3) Cleveland Indians 2 Detroit Tigers 1 AL
125 July 12, 1951 Allie Reynolds (1) New York Yankees 1 Cleveland Indians 0 AL
126 September 28, 1951
(first game)
Allie Reynolds (2) New York Yankees 8 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Yogi Berra (1)
127 June 19, 1952 Carl Erskine (1) Brooklyn Dodgers 5 Chicago Cubs 0 NL
128 May 15, 1952 Virgil Trucks (1) Detroit Tigers 1 Washington Senators 0 AL
129 August 25, 1952 Virgil Trucks (2) Detroit Tigers 1 New York Yankees 0 AL Trucks pitched two no-hitters in 1952 and still went 5-19
130 May 6, 1953 Bobo Holloman St. Louis Browns 6 Philadelphia Athletics 0 AL Les Moss First major league start; Holloman would win only two more Major League games
131 June 12, 1954 Jim Wilson Milwaukee Braves 2 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Del Crandall (1)
132 May 12, 1955 Sam Jones Chicago Cubs 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 NL Clyde McCullough First no-hitter by an African-American pitcher
133 May 12, 1956 Carl Erskine (2) Brooklyn Dodgers 3 New York Giants 0 NL Roy Campanella (1)
134 July 14, 1956 Mel Parnell Boston Red Sox 4 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Sammy White
135 September 25, 1956 Sal Maglie Brooklyn Dodgers 5 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Roy Campanella (2)
136 October 8, 1956 Don Larsen New York Yankees (AL) 2 Brooklyn Dodgers (NL) 0 WS Yogi Berra (2) Perfect game. Game 5 of the 1956 World Series
137 August 20, 1957
(second game)
Bob Keegan Chicago White Sox 6 Washington Senators 0 AL Sherm Lollar
138 July 20, 1958
(first game)
Jim Bunning (1) Detroit Tigers 3 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Red Wilson
139 September 20, 1958 Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles 1 New York Yankees 0 AL Gus Triandos (1)
140 May 15, 1960
(second game)
Don Cardwell Chicago Cubs 4 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL Del Rice First start after being traded by Cardinals to Cubs
141 August 18, 1960 Lew Burdette Milwaukee Braves 1 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Del Crandall (2)
142 September 16, 1960 Warren Spahn (1) Milwaukee Braves 4 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Del Crandall (3)
143 April 28, 1961 Warren Spahn (2) Milwaukee Braves 1 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Charley Lau
144 May 5, 1962 Bo Belinsky Los Angeles Angels 2 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Buck Rogers
145 June 26, 1962 Earl Wilson Boston Red Sox 2 Los Angeles Angels 0 AL Bob Tillman (2) Also hit home run
146 June 30, 1962 Sandy Koufax (1) Los Angeles Dodgers 5 New York Mets 0 NL Johnny Roseboro (1)
147 August 1, 1962 Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox 1 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Jim Pagliaroni (1)
148 August 26, 1962 Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins 1 Kansas City Athletics 0 AL Earl Battey Only baserunner was a walk with one out in the ninth
149 May 11, 1963 Sandy Koufax (2) Los Angeles Dodgers 8 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Johnny Roseboro (2)
150 May 17, 1963 Don Nottebart Houston Colt .45s 4 Philadelphia Phillies 1 NL John Bateman (1)
151 June 15, 1963 Juan Marichal San Francisco Giants 1 Houston Colt .45s 0 NL Ed Bailey
152 April 23, 1964 Ken Johnson Houston Colt .45s 0 Cincinnati Reds 1 NL Jerry Grote 9-inning home loss
153 June 4, 1964 Sandy Koufax (3) Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Doug Camilli Koufax faced the minimum 27 batters. Dick Allen was the only baserunner, walking in the 4th. He was caught stealing later in the inning.
154 June 21, 1964
(first game)
Jim Bunning (2) Philadelphia Phillies 6 New York Mets 0 NL Gus Triandos (2) Perfect game
155 August 19, 1965 Jim Maloney (1) Cincinnati Reds 1 Chicago Cubs 0 NL Johnny Edwards (1) 10 innings
156 September 9, 1965 Sandy Koufax (4) Los Angeles Dodgers 1 Chicago Cubs 0 NL Jeff Torborg (1) Perfect game; Dodgers only managed 2 baserunners, setting the record for least baserunners in a game by both teams combined
157 September 16, 1965 Dave Morehead Boston Red Sox 2 Cleveland Indians 0 AL Bob Tillman (2) On the same day, the Red Sox fired Pinky Higgins as their general manager
158 June 10, 1966 Sonny Siebert Cleveland Indians 2 Washington Senators 0 AL Joe Azcue (1)
159 April 30, 1967
(first game)
Steve Barber (8 2/3 inn.) Baltimore Orioles 1 Detroit Tigers 2 AL Andy Etchebarren 9-inning home loss
Stu Miller (1/3 inn.)
160 June 18, 1967 Don Wilson (1) Houston Astros 2 Atlanta Braves 0 NL Dave Adlesh First no-hitter 1) on artficial turf and 2) in a domed stadium
161 August 25, 1967
(second game)
Dean Chance Minnesota Twins 2 Cleveland Indians 1 AL Jerry Zimmerman
162 September 10, 1967
(first game)
Joe Horlen Chicago White Sox 6 Detroit Tigers 0 AL J. C. Martin
163 April 27, 1968 Tom Phoebus Baltimore Orioles 6 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Curt Blefary
164 May 8, 1968 Catfish Hunter Oakland Athletics 4 Minnesota Twins 0 AL Jim Pagliaroni (2) Perfect game; Hunter also batted in three of Oakland's four runs
165 July 29, 1968
(second game)
George Culver Cincinnati Reds 6 Philadelphia Phillies 1 NL Pat Corrales
166 September 17, 1968 Gaylord Perry San Francisco Giants 1 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL Dick Dietz Same Teams, Same Ballpark
167 September 18, 1968 Ray Washburn St. Louis Cardinals 2 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Johnny Edwards (2)
168 April 17, 1969 Bill Stoneman (1) Montreal Expos 7 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL John Bateman (2) Stoneman's fifth career start; ninth game in Expos franchise history
169 April 30, 1969 Jim Maloney (2) Cincinnati Reds 10 Houston Astros 0 NL Johnny Bench Same Teams, Same Ballpark, A 2-game series
170 May 1, 1969 Don Wilson (2) Houston Astros 4 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL Don Bryant
171 August 13, 1969 Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 8 Oakland Athletics 0 AL Ellie Hendricks
172 August 19, 1969 Ken Holtzman (1) Chicago Cubs 3 Atlanta Braves 0 NL Bill Heath (7.2 inn.), Gene Oliver (1.1 inn.) Holtzman did not strike out a batter the entire game
173 September 20, 1969 Bob Moose Pittsburgh Pirates 4 New York Mets 0 NL Manny Sanguillen
174 June 12, 1970
(first game)
Dock Ellis Pittsburgh Pirates 2 San Diego Padres 0 NL Jerry May Ellis claims he was under the influence of LSD
175 July 3, 1970 Clyde Wright California Angels 4 Oakland Athletics 0 AL Joe Azcue (2) In a pre-game ceremony, Wright had been inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame
176 July 20, 1970 Bill Singer Los Angeles Dodgers 5 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Jeff Torborg (2)
177 September 21, 1970 Vida Blue (1) Oakland Athletics 6 Minnesota Twins 0 AL Gene Tenace (1)
178 June 3, 1971 Ken Holtzman (2) Chicago Cubs 1 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL Danny Breeden Holtzman scored the game's only run
179 June 23, 1971 Rick Wise Philadelphia Phillies 4 Cincinnati Reds 0 NL Tim McCarver (1) Also hit 2 home runs
180 August 14, 1971 Bob Gibson St. Louis Cardinals 11 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 NL Ted Simmons (1) First no-hitter in Pittsburgh in 64 years
181 April 16, 1972 Burt Hooton Chicago Cubs 4 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Randy Hundley (1)
182 September 2, 1972 Milt Pappas Chicago Cubs 8 San Diego Padres 0 NL Randy Hundley (2) Walk with 2 outs in 9th inning only baserunner for Padres
183 October 2, 1972
(first game)
Bill Stoneman (2) Montreal Expos 7 New York Mets 0 NL Tim McCarver (2) First no-hitter pitched in a regular-season game in Canada
184 April 27, 1973 Steve Busby (1) Kansas City Royals 3 Detroit Tigers 0 AL Fran Healy (1) First no-hitter by a pitcher who did not come to bat the entire game, under the American League's new designated hitter rule
185 May 15, 1973 Nolan Ryan (1) California Angels 3 Kansas City Royals 0 AL Jeff Torborg (3)
186 July 15, 1973 Nolan Ryan (2) California Angels 6 Detroit Tigers 0 AL Art Kusnyer Pitched 7 innings of no-hit ball in next start. Closest to tying Vander Meer's back-to-back no-hitters since Ewell Blackwell in 1947.
187 July 30, 1973 Jim Bibby Texas Rangers 6 Oakland Athletics 0 AL Dick Billings
188 August 5, 1973 Phil Niekro Atlanta Braves 9 San Diego Padres 0 NL Paul Casanova
189 June 19, 1974 Steve Busby (2) Kansas City Royals 2 Milwaukee Brewers 0 AL Fran Healy (2)
190 July 19, 1974 Dick Bosman Cleveland Indians 4 Oakland Athletics 0 AL John Ellis Bosman's own fielding error with 2 outs in the 4th allowed Oakland's only baserunner (Sal Bando).
191 September 28, 1974 Nolan Ryan (3) California Angels 4 Minnesota Twins 0 AL Tom Egan

1975 to 1999

192 June 1, 1975 Nolan Ryan (4) California Angels 1 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Ellie Rodriguez
193 August 24, 1975
(second game)
Ed Halicki San Francisco Giants 6 New York Mets 0 NL Dave Rader
194 September 28, 1975 Vida Blue (2) (5 inn.) Oakland Athletics 5 California Angels 0 AL Gene Tenace (2) 6 inn., Ray Fosse (1) 3 inn. American League record for pitchers used in a no-hitter. Final day of the regular season.
Glenn Abbott (1 inn.)
Paul Lindblad (1 inn.)
Rollie Fingers (2 inn.)
195 July 9, 1976 Larry Dierker Houston Astros 6 Montreal Expos 0 NL Ed Herrmann
196 July 28, 1976 Blue Moon Odom (5 inn.) Chicago White Sox 2 Oakland Athletics 1 AL Jim Essian
Francisco Barrios (4 inn.)
197 August 9, 1976 John Candelaria Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 NL Duffy Dyer
198 September 29, 1976 John Montefusco San Francisco Giants 9 Atlanta Braves 0 NL Gary Alexander
199 May 14, 1977 Jim Colborn Kansas City Royals 6 Texas Rangers 0 AL Darrell Porter (1)
200 May 30, 1977 Dennis Eckersley Cleveland Indians 1 California Angels 0 AL Ray Fosse (2)
201 September 22, 1977 Bert Blyleven Texas Rangers 6 California Angels 0 AL Jim Sundberg
202 April 16, 1978 Bob Forsch (1) St. Louis Cardinals 5 Philadelphia Phillies 0 NL Ted Simmons (2)
203 June 16, 1978 Tom Seaver Cincinnati Reds 4 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL Don Werner Seaver finally pitched a no-hitter after having three previous bids broken up in the ninth as a Met, including a perfect game bid in 1969.
204 April 7, 1979 Ken Forsch Houston Astros 6 Atlanta Braves 0 NL Alan Ashby (1) Bob and Ken Forsch are the only set of brothers to have thrown no-hitters
205 June 27, 1980 Jerry Reuss Los Angeles Dodgers 8 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Steve Yeager Only baserunner came on SS Bill Russell's error with 2 outs in the 1st.
206 May 10, 1981
(second game)
Charlie Lea Montreal Expos 4 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Gary Carter
207 May 15, 1981 Len Barker Cleveland Indians 3 Toronto Blue Jays 0 AL Ron Hassey (1) Perfect game
208 September 26, 1981 Nolan Ryan (5) Houston Astros 5 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 NL Alan Ashby (2)
209 July 4, 1983 Dave Righetti New York Yankees 4 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Butch Wynegar Yankee owner George Steinbrenner celebrated his 53rd birthday
210 September 26, 1983 Bob Forsch (2) St. Louis Cardinals 3 Montreal Expos 0 NL Darrell Porter (2)
211 September 29, 1983 Mike Warren Oakland Athletics 3 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Mike Heath
212 April 7, 1984 Jack Morris Detroit Tigers 4 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Lance Parrish (1) Game was televised on NBC
213 September 30, 1984 Mike Witt (1) California Angels 1 Texas Rangers 0 AL Bob Boone Perfect game. Final day of the regular season.
214 September 19, 1986 Joe Cowley Chicago White Sox 7 California Angels 1 AL Ron Karkovice (1) Last Win of his career.
215 September 25, 1986 Mike Scott Houston Astros 2 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Alan Ashby (3) Houston clinched NL West title
216 April 15, 1987 Juan Nieves Milwaukee Brewers 7 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Bill Schroeder
217 September 16, 1988 Tom Browning Cincinnati Reds 1 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 NL Jeff Reed Perfect game. The Dodgers would go on to win the 1988 World Series.
218 April 11, 1990 Mark Langston (7 inn.) California Angels 1 Seattle Mariners 0 AL Lance Parrish (2)
Mike Witt (2) (2 inn.)
219 June 2, 1990 Randy Johnson (1) Seattle Mariners 2 Detroit Tigers 0 AL Scott Bradley
220 June 11, 1990 Nolan Ryan (6) Texas Rangers 5 Oakland Athletics 0 AL John Russell
221 June 29, 1990 Dave Stewart Oakland Athletics 5 Toronto Blue Jays 0 AL Terry Steinbach (1) Same day; both games were televised on ESPN.
222 Fernando Valenzuela Los Angeles Dodgers 6 St. Louis Cardinals 0 NL Mike Scioscia (1)
223 August 15, 1990 Terry Mulholland Philadelphia Phillies 6 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Darren Daulton Only baserunner came on third baseman Charlie Hayes's error leading off the 7th. Hayes would later make a spectacular diving catch to end the game. Mulholland faced the minimum 27 batters.
224 September 2, 1990 Dave Stieb Toronto Blue Jays 3 Cleveland Indians 0 AL Pat Borders Stieb finally threw a no-hitter after losing three in the ninth inning over the previous 2 years including one that would've been a perfect game.
225 May 1, 1991 Nolan Ryan (7) Texas Rangers 3 Toronto Blue Jays 0 AL Mike Stanley Ryan's 7th and last no-hitter. At 44, Ryan is the oldest pitcher to throw a no-hitter. Earlier that day, Rickey Henderson broke Lou Brock's career stolen base record.
226 May 23, 1991 Tommy Greene Philadelphia Phillies 2 Montreal Expos 0 NL Darrin Fletcher
227 July 13, 1991 Bob Milacki (6 inn.) Baltimore Orioles 2 Oakland Athletics 0 AL Chris Hoiles
Mike Flanagan (1 inn.)
Mark Williamson (1 inn.)
Gregg Olson (1 inn.)
228 July 28, 1991 Dennis Martínez Montreal Expos 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 NL Ron Hassey (2) Perfect game; Hassey becomes the first catcher of two Major League perfect games
229 August 11, 1991 Wilson Alvarez Chicago White Sox 7 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Ron Karkovice (2) Second career start; second career game
230 August 26, 1991 Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals 7 Chicago White Sox 0 AL Brent Mayne
231 September 11, 1991 Kent Mercker (1) (6 inn.) Atlanta Braves 1 San Diego Padres 0 NL Greg Olson
Mark Wohlers (2 inn.)
Alejandro Pena (1 inn.)
232 August 17, 1992 Kevin Gross Los Angeles Dodgers 2 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Mike Scioscia (2)
233 April 22, 1993 Chris Bosio Seattle Mariners 2 Boston Red Sox 0 AL Dave Valle
234 September 4, 1993 Jim Abbott New York Yankees 4 Cleveland Indians 0 AL Matt Nokes Threw no-hitter despite having been born without a right hand
235 September 8, 1993 Darryl Kile Houston Astros 7 New York Mets 1 NL Scott Servais
236 April 8, 1994 Kent Mercker (2) Atlanta Braves 6 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 NL Javy Lopez
237 April 27, 1994 Scott Erickson Minnesota Twins 6 Milwaukee Brewers 0 AL Matt Walbeck
238 July 28, 1994 Kenny Rogers Texas Rangers 4 California Angels 0 AL Ivan Rodriguez (1) Perfect game
239 July 14, 1995 Ramón Martínez Los Angeles Dodgers 7 Florida Marlins 0 NL Mike Piazza (1) On June 3 of the same 1995 season, Martinez' brother Pedro pitched nine perfect innings but had the bid broken up by a leadoff single in the 10th. Otherwise the Martinezes would have become the second brother combo, after the Forsches, to pitch Major League no-hitters.
240 May 11, 1996 Al Leiter Florida Marlins 11 Colorado Rockies 0 NL Charles Johnson (1)
241 May 14, 1996 Dwight Gooden New York Yankees 2 Seattle Mariners 0 AL Joe Girardi (1)
242 September 17, 1996 Hideo Nomo (1) Los Angeles Dodgers 9 Colorado Rockies 0 NL Mike Piazza (2)
243 June 10, 1997 Kevin Brown Florida Marlins 9 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Charles Johnson (2)
244 July 12, 1997 Francisco Cordova (9 inn.) Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Houston Astros 0 NL Jason Kendall 10 innings
Ricardo Rincon (1 inn.)
245 May 17, 1998 David Wells New York Yankees 4 Minnesota Twins 0 AL Jorge Posada Perfect game. Wells claims to have been hung-over
246 June 25, 1999 José Jiménez St. Louis Cardinals 1 Arizona Diamondbacks 0 NL Alberto Castillo
247 July 18, 1999 David Cone New York Yankees (AL) 6 Montreal Expos (NL) 0 Inter Joe Girardi (2) Perfect game; first no-hitter and perfect game in interleague play and came on Yogi Berra Day with Don Larsen throwing out first pitch.
248 September 11, 1999 Eric Milton Minnesota Twins 7 Anaheim Angels 0 AL Terry Steinbach (2)

2000 to Present

249 April 4, 2001 Hideo Nomo (2) Boston Red Sox 3 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Jason Varitek (1) First start with the Red Sox; also the earliest, calendar-wise, that a no-hitter has been pitched
250 May 12, 2001 A.J. Burnett Florida Marlins 3 San Diego Padres 0 NL Charles Johnson (3)
251 September 3, 2001 Bud Smith St. Louis Cardinals 4 San Diego Padres 0 NL Eli Marrero
252 April 27, 2002 Derek Lowe Boston Red Sox 10 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 0 AL Jason Varitek (2)
253 April 27, 2003 Kevin Millwood Philadelphia Phillies 1 San Francisco Giants 0 NL Mike Lieberthal On the Phillie Phanatic's birthday celebration and the Phillies last season at Veterans Stadium.
254 June 11, 2003 Roy Oswalt (1 inn.) Houston Astros (NL) 8 New York Yankees (AL) 0 Inter Brad Ausmus Most pitchers used in a combined no-hitter
Peter Munro (2 2/3 inn.)
Kirk Saarloos (1 1/3 inn.)
Brad Lidge (2 inn.)
Octavio Dotel (1 inn.)
Billy Wagner (1 inn.)
255 May 18, 2004 Randy Johnson (2) Arizona Diamondbacks 2 Atlanta Braves 0 NL Robby Hammock Perfect game. Previous no-hitter almost fourteen years earlier.
256 September 6, 2006 Aníbal Sánchez Florida Marlins 2 Arizona Diamondbacks 0 NL Miguel Olivo
257 April 18, 2007 Mark Buehrle (1) Chicago White Sox 6 Texas Rangers 0 AL A.J. Pierzynski Buehrle faced the minimum 27 batters. Sammy Sosa was the only baserunner, walking in the 5th. He was picked off later in the inning.
258 June 12, 2007 Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers (AL) 4 Milwaukee Brewers (NL) 0 Inter Ivan Rodriguez (2)
259 September 1, 2007 Clay Buchholz Boston Red Sox 10 Baltimore Orioles 0 AL Jason Varitek (3) Second career start; second career game
260 May 19, 2008 Jon Lester Boston Red Sox 7 Kansas City Royals 0 AL Jason Varitek (4) First time since the 1974 California Angels that one team had the last two no hitters in the majors. Varitek sets the record for most no-hitters caught.
261 September 14, 2008 Carlos Zambrano Chicago Cubs 5 Houston Astros 0 NL Geovany Soto Played at Miller Park in Milwaukee because of Hurricane Ike, making it the first Major League no-hitter pitched at a neutral site.
262 July 10, 2009 Jonathan Sánchez San Francisco Giants 8 San Diego Padres 0 NL Eli Whiteside Only baserunner came on 3B Juan Uribe's error with one out in the 8th.
263 July 23, 2009 Mark Buehrle (2) Chicago White Sox 5 Tampa Bay Rays 0 AL Ramón Castro Perfect game. Umpire Eric Cooper called both of Buehrle's no-hitters. His next start on July 28, 2009, Buehrle retired the first 17 batters to set a major league record with 45 outs in a row.
League Key: NL - National League; AL - American League; FL - Federal League; PL - Players League; UA - Union Association; AA - American Association; NA - National Association; WS - World Series; Inter - Interleague Play
Names of pitchers in perfect games are bold.

Near no-hitters

Regulation games in which a pitcher or staff pitches less than nine full innings, or in which a hit is allowed in extra innings, do not qualify as no-hitters. There are several circumstances in which that can occur:

Regulation no-hit losses ending in the middle of the ninth

Due to the fact that the home team does not bat in the bottom of the ninth inning if they are leading after the top, a visiting pitcher (or pitchers) may complete a full game without allowing a hit but not be credited with an official no-hitter. If the visiting team allows a sufficient amount of runs for the home team to win after the top of the ninth, whether by walks, errors, or anything else not involving hits, the pitcher(s) will not be credited because they only pitched 8 innings. This has only happened four times in major-league history, with three being in the modern era.[2][3]

Interleague play

American League

Players League

Shortened games

National League

American League

American Association

Union Association

World Baseball Classic

  • March 10, 2006 (7 innings) - Shairon Martis, Netherlands 10 Panama 0 - First No-hitter pitched in WBC, Martis had exceeded the tournament pitch limit and would have been pulled from the game had he not induced a double-play on the last batter he faced. A 10 run mercy rule was implemented after 7 innings.

Nine-inning no-hitters broken up in extra innings

National League

American League

References

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