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Are there any diehard Padres fans out there who would like to continue the nonohitters.com tradition this season with a companion site hosted here at padres.nonohitters.com? When Johan Sanatana tossed his no-no last June and broke the Mets’ streak of … Continue reading
48 years ago today, on March 21, 1965, the Mets threw their first no-hitter. * * it came in a Spring Training Game. In St. Petersburg, Fla., that day, Gary Kroll and Gordy Richardson combined for a nine-inning no-hitter during … Continue reading
ESPN New York is reporting that the Mets have a new starting pitcher. The Milwaukee Brewers’ Shaun Marcum is joining a likely rotation that will include Johan Santana, Matt Harvey, Jonathon Niese and Dillon Gee. Apparently Marcum took no-hitters into … Continue reading
Just 33 days until the Mets’ pitchers and catchers report to embark on their quest for no-hitter No. 2!
A no-hitter and a 20-game winner all in the same season. Congrats to @RADickey43 on being the first Met to reach that milestone in 22 years.
Mets fan who ran onto Citi Field following Santana’s no-hitter pleads guilty to interfering with pro sporting event. http://t.co/YtYwctf6
Congrats to the Mariners’ Felix Hernandez on his #perfectgame today … still no perfectos for the #Mets but at least we got our #nohitter
42 years ago today, the Padres could have exited the no-no club early in the franchise’s history. On July 21, 1970, the Mets were beating the Padres 1-0, but Padres starter Clay Kirby still had a no-hitter going through eight … Continue reading
One year ago today, on July 10, 2011, the San Diego Padres nearly left the Mets alone in the notoriety of being the only Major League franchise without a no-hitter. But the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Juan Uribe broke up San … Continue reading