Baseball Pilgrimages
Baseball Pilgrimages

No-Hitters by Ballpark
Fenway Park: 13
Dodger Stadium: 10
Oakland Coliseum: 9
Wrigley Field: 7
Angel Stadium: 6
Kauffman Stadium: 3
Comerica Park: 1
Coors Field: 1
Miller Park: 1
Progressive Field: 1
Rangers Ballpark: 1
Safeco Field: 1

A no-hitter has never been thrown at:
 Busch Stadium
 Citi Field
 Great American Ball Park
 Marlins Park
 Target Field
 Yankee Stadium

No-No's at Parks That Are
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Veterans Stadium
There have been 272 no-hitters in baseball history, with the first recognized one thrown on July 15, 1876 and the most recent having been pitched on July 27, 2011. So that means most -- 203, or 74.6% -- were thrown in ballparks that are now history, such as Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, where the 2nd of its 2 no-hitters was thrown in the Vet's final season (2003).

The current crop of major league ballparks have been the site of a combined 69 no-hitters (8 of which were perfect games). Listed below, in alphabetical order, is each of the 30 MLB ballparks. Only 20 of them (66.7%) have been the site of at least one no-hitter and the oldest, Fenway Park, leads the way with 13. For each park, the year it opened is listed and a tabular summary of the no-hitters thrown in it is given, along with a link to a box score from each individual game (when available).

Busch Stadium
Opened: 2006
0 no-hitters

Sun Life Stadium
Opened: 1987
3 no-hitters; 2 thrown by the Marlins and 1 by the visiting team
Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
5/11/1996 Saturday Al Leiter Florida Marlins 11, Colorado Rockies 0 31,549 2:22 [box]
9/6/2006 Wednesday Anibal Sanchez Florida Marlins 2, Arizona Diamondbacks 0 12,561 2:13 [box]
5/29/2010 Saturday Roy Halladay Philadelphia Phillies 1, Florida Marlins 0 25,086 2:13 [box]

No-Hit Notes for Sun Life Stadium:
  • Roy Halladay's no-hitter was a perfect game.
  • Since the Marlins began play in 1993 the stadium they play in has had 7 names. No-hitters have been thrown at games played in the stadium's original (Joe Robbie Stadium), fifth (Dolphin Stadium) and current name.

  • Yankee Stadium
    Opened: 2009
    0 no-hitters

    Citizens Bank Park
    Of the 9 ballparks to open since 2002, only Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park has been the site of a no-hitter and that no-hitter was one of the most memorable of all time, as the Phillies' Roy Halladay threw it in Game 1 of a 2010 NLDS playoff series against the Reds.

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