no-hit game


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Noun1.no-hit game - a game in which a pitcher allows the opposing team no hits
baseball, baseball game - a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
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4 Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta tossed a no-hit game in each of the last two seasons.
After facing 30 Atlanta batters and doling out 15 strikeouts, Wilson had pitched the first no-hit game at the Astrodome.
Before the evening was over, the excitement regarding the new bright lights at the ballpark was eclipsed by a momentous event on the playing field--Johnny Vander Meer's second consecutive no-hit game, described by author James W.
The big story of the play-offs has been the Pennsylvanians' excellent pitching, particularly that of Roy Halladay, who threw the first post-season no-hit game since 1956.
Pitchers from Arkansas and Mississippi threatened to throw the first no-hit game in the NCAA tournament since 1991 as they worked into the late stages of games that they started, and another pitcher threw 12 1/3 innings of no-hit baseball .
Arnold's initial season as a Yankees farmhand yielded a 7-2 record and his no-hit game during the 2001 season was the first in the history of the Staten Island Yankees.
Nichole, who pitched a no-hitter two weeks ago and combined with Niki Secrease for another no-hit game last week, allowed Lancaster just three hits on Thursday.
It was the fourth no-hit game of his career, a major league record, and only the eighth perfect game in baseball history.
2 In 2015, Max Scherzer of the Nationals tossed two no-hitters and was one of six pitchers to throw a no-hit game in the majors.
Meanwhile, Sam Houston pitcher Alton Arnold held Defiance hitless, pitching the first no-hit game in NAIA National Tournament history.
BOSTON - Twenty-three-year-old phenom Clay Buchholz pitched the 18th no-hit game in Red Sox history last night in just his second major-league start as the Red Sox put their four-game losing streak in the rear-view mirror with a 10-0 pasting of the Orioles.
The narrative opens when Jackie, an avid baseball fan, makes his first business trip with his brother Eli and witnesses Christy Mathewson's first no-hit game in St.