There have been 297 no-hitters in MLB history, and that number is growing.
In 2018 there have been three no-nos, and many more attempts have gotten close to being penned in baseball’s record books.
Below you’ll find a list of every team’s most recent no-hitter and other historical information.
No-hitter vs. perfect game
A perfect game only comes to be when the pitcher doesn’t allow a single baserunner in the game, while in a no-hitter baserunners are allowed, by walk, hit by pitch, error and so forth. A perfect game is 27 batters up, 27 batters down. Every perfect game is a no-hitter, but not every no-hitter is a perfect game.
In baseball history, there have only been two no-hitters thrown in the postseason.
The first was Don Larsen’s perfect game for the Yankees against the Dodgers on Oct. 8, 1956, in Game 5 of the World Series.
Roy Halladay joined Larsen as the second man to throw a no-hitter in the postseason when he no-hit the Cincinnati Reds for the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2010 NLDS.
Most recent no-hitters
|June 25, 2010||Tampa Bay Rays|
|April 8, 1994||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|July 13, 1991||Oakland Athletics|
|Boston Red Sox||
|May 19, 2008||Kansas City Royals|
|Jake Arrieta||April 21, 2016||Cincinnati Reds|
Chicago White Sox
|Philip Humber||April 21, 2012||Seattle Mariners|
|Homer Bailey||July 3, 2013||San Francisco Giants|
|Len Barker||May 15, 1981||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Ubaldo Jimenez||April 17, 2010||Atlanta Braves|
|Justin Verlander||May 7, 2011||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Mike Fiers||Aug. 21, 2015||Los Angeles Dodgers|
Kansas City Royals
|Brett Saberhagen||Aug. 26, 1991||Chicago White Sox|
Los Angeles Angels
|July 12, 2019||Seattle Mariners|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||
|May 4, 2018||San Diego Padres|
|Edinson Vólquez||June 3, 2017||Arizona Diamondbacks|
|Juan Nieves||April 15, 1987||Baltimore Orioles|
|Francisco Liriano||May 3, 2011||Chicago White Sox|
New York Mets
|Johan Santana||June 1, 2012||St. Louis Cardinals|
New York Yankees
|David Cone||July 18, 1999||Montreal Expos|
|Mike Fiers||May 7, 2019||Cincinnati Reds|
|Cole Hamels||July 25, 2015||Chicago Cubs|
|July 12, 1997||Houston Astros|
San Francisco Giants
|Chris Heston||June 9, 2015||New York Mets|
|James Paxton||May 8, 2018||
Toronto Blue Jays
|St. Louis Cardinals||Bud Smith||Sept. 3, 2001||
San Diego Padres
|Tampa Bay Rays||Matt Garza||July 26, 2010||
|Texas Rangers||Kenny Rogers||July 28, 1994||
|Toronto Blue Jays||
|Sept. 2, 1990||Cleveland Indians|
|Oct. 3, 2015||New York Mets|
Bold lettering denotes a perfect game.
The San Diego Padres have yet to pitch a no-hitter.
No-hitters by team
|Team||Number of no-hitters|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||26|
|Boston Red Sox||18|
|Chicago White Sox||18|
|San Francisco Giants||17|
|New York Yankees||11|
|Los Angeles Angels||11|
|St. Louis Cardinals||9|
|Baltimore Orioles (modern)||5|
|Kansas City Royals||4|
|Baltimore Orioles (old)||3|
|Cincinnati Outlaw Reds||1|
|Kansas City Cowboys||1|
|Kansas City Packers||1|
|Milwaukee Brewers (old)||1|
|Milwaukee Brewers (modern)||1|
|New York Mets||1|
|Tampa Bay Rays||1|
|Toronto Blue Jays||1|
Italic lettering indicates defunct franchises.