The 2021 MLB season made historical past with a report 9 no-hitters. The 2022 season has two no-hit video games in simply over the primary month.
Angels rookie left-hander Reid Detmers threw the second no-hitter of the 12 months on Might 10, blanking the Rays 12-0 in Anaheim.
What a second!
A no-hitter for Reid Detmers!
— MLB (@MLB) May 11, 2022
The primary no-no occurred lower than two weeks earlier. 5 Mets pitchers mixed to no-hit the Phillies in New York on April 29. Tylor Megill (5 innings), Drew Smith (1 1/3), Joely Rodriguez (one inning), Seth Lugo (two-thirds of an inning) and Edwin Diaz (one inning) managed to tug off the seventeenth mixed no-no- in MLB historical past.
There have been greater than 215,000 video games performed in MLB historical past however there have been simply over 300 no-hitters, which means the members of the no-hit membership are amongst some fairly elite firm.
Who threw the final MLB no-hitter?
Reid Detmers of the Angels has thrown the newest no-hitter in MLB historical past. The rookie left-hander handcuffed the Rays 12-0 on Might 10. Detmers, 22, was making simply his eleventh main league begin.
What number of no-hitters have been thrown in 2022?
There have been two no-hitters in MLB in 2022: 5 Mets pitchers mixed to no-hit the Phillies on April 29 in New York. Reid Detmers of the Angels blanked the Rays in Anaheim on Might 10.
Who has thrown essentially the most no-hitters in MLB historical past?
The almost untouchable Nolan Ryan has a really untouchable report: He holds the MLB benchmark for many profession no-hitters, with seven:
- Might 7, 1973 vs. the Royals
- July 15, 1973 vs. the Tigers
- Sept. 28, 1974 vs. the Twins
- June 1, 1975 vs. the Orioles
- Sept. 26, 1981 vs. the Dodgers
- June 11, 1990 vs. the Rangers
- Might 1, 1991 vs. the Blue Jays
Sandy Koufax (4), Cy Younger (three), Bob Feller (three), Larry Corcoran (three) and Justin Verlander (three) have thrown greater than two no-hitters of their profession.
No-hitter vs. good recreation
An ideal recreation solely happens when the pitcher would not permit a single baserunner within the recreation, as in 27 batters up and 27 batters down. In a no-hitter, baserunners are allowed, by stroll, hit by pitch, error and so forth. Each good recreation is a no-hitter, however not each no-hitter is an ideal recreation.
In baseball historical past, there have solely been two no-hitters thrown within the postseason.
The primary was Don Larsen’s good recreation for the Yankees towards the Dodgers on Oct. 8, 1956, in Sport 5 of the World Sequence.
The late Corridor of Famer Roy Halladay joined Larsen because the second man to throw a no-hitter within the postseason when he no-hit the Reds for the Phillies within the 2010 NLDS.
Most up-to-date no-hitters
|Arizona Diamondbacks||Tyler Gilbert||Aug. 14, 2021||San Diego Padres|
|Atlanta Braves||Kent Mercker||April 8, 1994||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Baltimore Orioles||John Means||Might 5, 2021||Seattle Mariners|
|Boston Purple Sox||Jon Lester||Might 19, 2008||Kansas Metropolis Royals|
|Chicago Cubs||Mixed: Zach Davies (6 IP)
Ryan Tepera (1 IP)
Andrew Chafin (1 IP)
Craig Kimbrel (1IP)
|Juine 24, 2021||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Chicago White Sox||Carlos Rodon||April 14, 2021||Cleveland|
|Cincinnati Reds||Wade Miley||Might 7, 2021||Cleveland|
|Cleveland Indians||Len Barker||Might 15, 1981||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Colorado Rockies||Ubaldo Jimenez||April 17, 2010||Atlanta Braves|
|Detroit Tigers||Spencer Turnbull||Might 18, 2021||Seattle Mariners|
|Houston Astros||Justin Verlander||Sept. 1, 2019||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Kansas Metropolis Royals||Bret Saberhagen||Aug. 26, 1991||Chicago White Sox|
|Los Angeles Angels||Reid Detmers||Might 10, 2022||Tampa Bay Rays|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Mixed: Walker Buehler (6 IP)
Tony Cingrani (1 IP)
Yimi Garcia (1 IP)
Adam Liberatore (1 IP)
|Might 4, 2018||San Diego Padres|
|Miami Marlins||Edinson Volquez||June 3, 2017||Arizona Diamondbacks|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Mixed: Corbin Burnes (8 IP)
Josh Hader (1 IP)
|Sept. 11, 2021||Cleveland|
|Minnesota Twins||Francisco Liriano||Might 3, 2011||Chicago White Sox|
|New York Mets||Tylor Megill (5 IP), Drew Smith (1.1 IP), Joely Rodriguez (1 IP), Seth Lugo (0.2 IP), Edwin Diaz (1 IP)||April 29, 2022||Philadelphia Phillies|
|New York Yankees||Corey Kluber||Might 19, 2021||Texas Rangers|
|Oakland Athletics||Mike Fiers||Might 7, 2019||Cincinnati Reds|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Cole Hamels||July 25, 2015||Chicago Cubs|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||Mixed: Francisco Cordova (9 IP)
Ricardo Rincón (1 IP)
|July 12, 1997||Houston Astros|
|San Diego Padres||Joe Musgrove||April 9, 2021||Texas Rangers|
|San Francisco Giants||Chris Heston||June 9, 2015||New York Mets|
|Seattle Mariners||James Paxton||Might 8, 2018||Toronto Blue Jays|
|St. Louis Cardinals||Bud Smith||Sept. 3, 2001||San Diego Padres|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Matt Garza||July 26, 2010||Detroit Tigers|
|Texas Rangers||Kenny Rogers||July 28, 1994||California Angels|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Dave Stieb||Sept. 2, 1990||Cleveland|
|Washington Nationals||Max Scherzer||Oct. 3, 2015||New York Mets|
Daring lettering denotes an ideal recreation.
Checklist of good video games
Since 1903 — the World Sequence period — there have been 21 good video games. There have been 23 perfectos complete when factoring in pre-modern period play.
|Felix Hernandez||Aug. 15, 2012||Seattle Mariners||Tampa Bay Rays|
|Matt Cain||June 13, 2012||San Francisco Giants||Houston Astros|
|Philip Humber||Apr. 21, 2012||Chicago White Sox||Seattle Mariners|
|Roy Halladay||Might 29, 2010||Philadelphia Phillies||Florida Marlins|
|Dallas Braden||Might 9, 2010||Oakland A’s||Tampa Bay Rays|
|Mark Buehrle||July 23, 2009||Chicago White Sox||Tampa Bay Rays|
|Randy Johnson||Might 18, 2004||Arizona Diamondbacks||Atlanta Braves|
|David Cone||July 18, 1999||New York Yankees||Montreal Expos|
|David Wells||Might 17, 1998||New York Yankees||Minnesota Twins|
|Kenny Rogers||July 28, 1994||Texas Rangers||California Angels|
|Dennis Martinez||July 28, 1991||Montreal Expos||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Tom Browning||Sept. 16, 1988||Cincinnati Reds||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Mike Witt||Sept. 30, 1984||California Angels||Texas Rangers|
|Len Barker||Might 15, 1981||Cleveland Indians||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Catfish Hunter||Might 8, 1968||Oakland A’s||Minnesota Twins|
|Sandy Koufax||Sept. 9, 1965||Los Angeles Dodgers||Chicago Cubs|
|Jim Bunning||June 21, 1964||Philadelphia Phillies||New York Mets|
|Don Larsen||Oct. 8, 1956||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Charlie Robertson||April 30, 1922||Chicago White Sox||Detroit Tigers|
|Addie Joss||Oct. 2, 1908||Cleveland Naps||Chicago White Sox|
|Cy Younger||Might 5, 1904||Boston People||Philadelphia A’s|
|John Ward||June 17, 1880||Windfall Grays||Buffalo Bisons|
|Lee Richmond||June 12, 1880||Worcester Ruby Legs||Cleveland Blues|
Don Larsen’s good recreation stays the one good recreation in postseason historical past.
No-hitters by staff
|Crew||Variety of no-hitters|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||26|
|Chicago White Sox||20|
|Boston Purple Sox||18|
|San Francisco Giants||17|
|Los Angeles Angels||12|
|New York Yankees||12|
|St. Louis Cardinals||9|
|Baltimore Orioles (trendy)||6|
|Kansas Metropolis Royals||4|
|Baltimore Orioles (previous)||3|
|Milwaukee Brewers (trendy)||2|
|New York Mets||2|
|Cincinnati Outlaw Reds||1|
|Kansas Metropolis Cowboys||1|
|Kansas Metropolis Packers||1|
|Milwaukee Brewers (previous)||1|
|San Diego Padres||1|
|Tampa Bay Rays||1|
|Toronto Blue Jays||1|
Italic lettering signifies defunct/moved franchises.
SN’s Tom Gatto contributed to this report.