Baseball Pilgrimages
Baseball Pilgrimages

No-Hitters by Ballpark
Fenway Park: 14
Dodger Stadium: 11
Oakland Coliseum: 9
Angel Stadium: 7
Wrigley Field: 7
AT&T Park: 3
Kauffman Stadium: 3
Safeco Field: 3
Turner Field: 3
U.S. Cellular Field: 3
Citizens Bank Park: 2
Rogers Centre: 2
Tropicana Field: 2
Camden Yards: 1
Chase Field: 1
Citi Field: 1
Comerica Park: 1
Coors Field: 1
Globe Life Park: 1
Great American Ball Park: 1
Marlins Park: 1
Miller Park: 1
Petco Park: 1
PNC Park: 1
Progressive Field: 1

A no-hitter has never been thrown at:
 Busch Stadium
 Minute Maid Park
 Nationals Park
 Target Field
 Yankee Stadium



Leading the Way
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
, where 14 no-hitters have been thrown in its illustrious 100-year history.


Golden State Gems
Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium
, along with the stadiums in Anaheim and Oakland, was one of 3 parks built in the 1960s in California that is still used today. The trio has been the site of an impressive 27 no-hitters.


Not Yet
Minute Maid Park
Minute Maid Park
, which opened in 2000, is one of 5 ballparks -- and the oldest -- with nary a no-hitter to its credit.


No-No's at Parks That Are
No Mo

Veterans Stadium
There have been 286 no-hitters in baseball history, with the first recognized one thrown on July 15, 1876 and the most recent having been pitched on September 1, 2014. So that means most -- 205, or 71.7% -- 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 81 no-hitters (10 of which were perfect games). Listed below, in alphabetical order, is each of the 30 MLB ballparks; 25 of them (83.3%) have been the site of at least one no-hitter and the oldest, Fenway Park, leads the way with 14. 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.


Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Opened: 1966
7 no-hitters; 5 thrown by the Angels and 2 by the visiting team
Date Day Pitcher(s) Score Attendance Time of Game  
7/3/1970 Friday Clyde Wright California Angels 4, Oakland A's 0 12,131 1:51 [box]
9/28/1974 Saturday Nolan Ryan California Angels 4, Minnesota Twins 0 10,872 2:22 [box]
6/1/1975 Sunday Nolan Ryan California Angels 1, Baltimore Orioles 0 18,492 2:01 [box]
9/22/1977 Thursday Bert Blyleven Texas Rangers 6, California Angels 0 8,031 2:07 [box]
9/19/1986 Friday Joe Cowley Chicago White Sox 7, California Angels 1 28,647 2:42 [box]
4/11/1990 Wednesday Mark Langston
Mike Witt
California Angels 1, Seattle Mariners 0 25,632 2:37 [box]
5/2/2012 Wednesday Jered Weaver Los Angeles Angels 9, Minnesota Twins 0 27,288 2:28 [box]

No-Hit Notes for Angel Stadium:
  • The first six no-hitters thrown occurred when it was simply named Anaheim Stadium and the home team was known as the California Angels.

  • AT&T Park
    Opened: 2000
    3 no-hitters; all thrown by the Giants
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    7/10/2009 Friday Jonathan Sanchez San Francisco Giants 8, San Diego Padres 0 30,298 2:22 [box]
    6/13/2012 Wednesday Matt Cain San Francisco Giants 10, Houston Astros 0 42,298 2:36 [box]
    6/25/2014 Wednesday Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants 4, San Diego Padres 0 41,500 2:37 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for AT&T Park:
  • The first no-hitter thrown here was the first in San Francisco by a Giant since 1975, when Ed Halicki no-hit the Mets at Candlestick Park.
  • Matt Cain's no-hitter was a perfect game.

  • Busch Stadium
    Opened: 2006
    0 no-hitters


    Chase Field
    Opened: 1998
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    6/25/1999 Friday Jose Jimenez St. Louis Cardinals 1, Arizona Diamondbacks 0 45,540 2:10 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Chase Field:
  • Was called Bank One Ballpark when the only no-hitter was thrown there.

  • Citi Field
    Opened: 2009
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the Mets
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    6/1/2012 Friday Johan Santana New York Mets 8, St. Louis Cardinals 0 27,069 2:35 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Citi Field:
  • Johan Santana's no-hitter was the first ever thrown by a Mets pitcher and occurred in the team's 51st season and 8,020th game, which was the longest drought any franchise had endured before recording its first no-hitter.

  • Citizens Bank Park
    Opened: 2004
    2 no-hitters; 1 thrown by the Phillies and 1 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    10/6/2010 Wednesday Roy Halladay Philadelphia Phillies 4, Cincinnati Reds 0 46,411 2:34 [box]
    5/25/2014 Sunday Josh Beckett Los Angeles Dodgers 6, Philadelphia Phillies 0 36,141 2:37 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Citizens Bank Park:
  • Roy Halladay's no-hitter happened in the Division Series playoffs and was just the second in baseball post-season history following Don Larsen's perfect game at the old Yankee Stadium in 1956.

  • Comerica Park
    Opened: 2000
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the Tigers
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    6/12/2007 Tuesday Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers 4, Milwaukee Brewers 0 33,555 2:11 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Comerica Park:
  • Site of the second interleague no-hitter.

  • Coors Field
    Opened: 1995
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    9/17/1996 Tuesday Hideo Nomo Los Angeles Dodgers 9, Colorado Rockies 0 50,066 2:51 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Coors Field:
  • Of all no-hitters thrown in currently used ballparks, Coors Field hosted the best attended one and the only one with a paid attendance of over 50,000.

  • Dodger Stadium
    Opened: 1962
    11 no-hitters; 8 thrown by the Dodgers and 3 by the other team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    5/5/1962 Saturday Bo Belinsky Los Angeles Angels 2, Baltimore Orioles 0 15,886 2:00 [box]
    6/30/1962 Saturday Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 5, New York Mets 0 29,797 2:46 [box]
    5/11/1963 Saturday Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 8, San Francisco Giants 0 49,807 2:13 [box]
    9/9/1965 Thursday Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 1, Chicago Cubs 0 29,139 1:43 [box]
    7/20/1970 Monday Bill Singer Los Angeles Dodgers 5, Philadelphia Phillies 0 12,454 2:02 [box]
    6/29/1990 Friday Fernando Valenzuela Los Angeles Dodgers 6, St. Louis Cardinals 0 38,583 2:41 [box]
    7/28/1991 Sunday Dennis Martinez Montreal Expos 2, Los Angeles Dodgers 0 45,560 2:14 [box]
    8/17/1992 Monday Kevin Gross Los Angeles Dodgers 2, San Francisco Giants 0 25,561 2:23 [box]
    4/8/1994 Friday Kent Mercker Atlanta Braves 6, Los Angeles Dodgers 0 36,546 2:28 [box]
    7/14/1995 Friday Ramon Martinez Los Angeles Dodgers 7, Florida Marlins 0 30,988 2:21 [box]
    6/18/2014 Wednesday Clayton Kershaw Los Angeles Dodgers 8, Colorado Rockies 0 46,069 2:58 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Dodger Stadium:

  • The no-hitters thrown by Sandy Koufax (#3) and Dennis Martinez were also perfect games.
  • Is one of only 3 current ballparks in which multiple perfect games have been thrown.
  • Is the only current ballpark in which one pitcher (Sandy Koufax) has thrown 3 no-hitters.
  • The first no-hitter thrown here was by the American League's Los Angeles Angels, who before they moved to Anaheim spent four seasons (1962-65) as a tenant at what they called Chávez Ravine Stadium. So not only did the first no-hitter not involve the Dodgers, it wasn't even technically thrown at Dodger Stadium.


    Fenway Park
    Opened: 1912
    14 no-hitters; 9 thrown by the Red Sox and 5 by the other team
    Date Day Pitcher(s) Score Attendance Time of Game  
    9/9/1914 Wednesday George Davis Boston Braves 7, Philadelphia Phillies 0 ? 2:00 [box]
    6/21/1916 Wednesday Rube Foster Boston Red Sox 2, New York Yankees 0 ? 1:31 [box]
    8/30/1916 Wednesday Dutch Leonard Boston Red Sox 4, St. Louis Browns 0 ? 1:35 [box]
    4/24/1917 Tuesday George Mogridge New York Yankees 2, Boston Red Sox 1 3,219 2:01 [box]
    6/23/1917 Saturday Babe Ruth
    Ernie Shore
    Boston Red Sox 4, Washington Senators 0 16,158 1:45 [box]
    7/1/1920 Thursday Walter Johnson Washington Senators 1, Boston Red Sox 0 3,000 1:46 [box]
    8/21/1926 Saturday Ted Lyons Chicago White Sox 6, Boston Red Sox 0 ? 1:45 [box]
    7/14/1956 Saturday Mel Parnell Boston Red Sox 4, Chicago White Sox 0 14,542 1:42 [box]
    7/20/1958 Sunday Jim Bunning Detroit Tigers 3, Boston Red Sox 0 29,529 2:02 [box]
    6/26/1962 Tuesday Earl Wilson Boston Red Sox 2, Los Angeles Angels 0 14,002 2:24 [box]
    9/16/1965 Thursday Dave Morehead Boston Red Sox 2, Cleveland Indians 0 1,247 2:00 [box]
    4/27/2002 Saturday Derek Lowe Boston Red Sox 10, Tampa Bay Devil Rays 0 32,837 2:28 [box]
    9/1/2007 Saturday Clay Buchholz Boston Red Sox 10, Baltimore Orioles 0 36,819 3:02 [box]
    5/19/2008 Monday Jon Lester Boston Red Sox 7, Kansas City Royals 0 37,746 2:30 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Fenway Park:

  • Among active ballparks, Fenway has hosted the shortest (1:31) recorded no-hitter plus the worst attended one (1,247).
  • Boston's National League team, the Braves, periodically used the bigger Fenway Park prior to opening their new ballpark, Braves Field, in 1915. One such instance was a doubleheader they played against the Phillies near the end of the "Miracle" Braves' pennant-winning 1914 season, when little used George A. Davis Jr, who was making his first start of the year, no-hit Philadelphia in the 2nd game of the DH. At the time of his unlikely no-hitter, Davis was a Harvard law student, and lawyer would become his primary Buffalo-based occupation after a short big league career, which ended in 1915 after having pitched in just 36 games. So the first no-hitter thrown at Fenway Park was done so by a 24-year old law school student pitching for a National League team.
  • Although a perfect game has never been thrown here, Ernie Shore was originally credited with one after he relieved Babe Ruth in their combined no-hitter on 6/23/1917, which was the first combined no-hitter in major league history. In that game, Ruth walked the leadoff batter then was ejected. Shore came in and, after the leadoff man was caught stealing, he retired the next 26 batters. Shore was credited with a perfect game for 74 years -- until 1991, when MLB redefined what constituted a perfect game.


    Globe Life Park in Arlington
    Opened: 1994
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the Rangers
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    7/28/1994 Thursday Kenny Rogers Texas Rangers 4, California Angels 0 46,581 2:08 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Globe Life Park:
  • Kenny Rogers' no-hitter was a perfect game. It was thrown during the ballpark's original name: The Ballpark in Arlington

  • Great American Ball Park
    Opened: 2003
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the Reds
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    7/2/2013 Tuesday Homer Bailey Cincinnati Reds 3, San Francisco Giants 0 27,509 2:43 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Great American Ball Park:
  • Bailey's no-hitter was his second in 19 starts. His first also had the distinction of being the first no-hitter thrown at Pittsburgh's PNC Park.

  • Kauffman Stadium
    Opened: 1973
    3 no-hitters; 2 thrown by the Royals and 1 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    5/15/1973 Tuesday Nolan Ryan California Angels 3, Kansas City Royals 0 12,205 2:20 [box]
    5/14/1977 Saturday Jim Colborn Kansas City Royals 6, Texas Rangers 0 29,978 2:10 [box]
    8/26/1991 Monday Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals 7, Chicago White Sox 0 25,164 2:30 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Kauffman Stadium:
  • All no-hitters occurred during the time the ballpark was named Royals Stadium. Since being renamed Kauffman Stadium in 1993 no no-hitters have been thrown in Kansas City.

  • Marlins Park
    Opened: 2012
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the Marlins
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    9/29/2013 Sunday Henderson Alvarez Miami Marlins 1, Detroit Tigers 0 28,315 2:06 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Marlins Park:
  • Thrown on the final day of the regular season, which was the fourth time in baseball history that has happened, Alvarez's no-hitter was an almost as rare walk-off no-hitter, as the Marlins scored the winning run, on a wild pitch, in the bottom of the 9th -- with Alvarez standing on deck. It was just the sixth walk-off no-hitter in major league history, and the first complete game one since 1952, and became the first no-hitter to ever end on a wild pitch.

  • Miller Park
    Opened: 2001
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    9/14/2008 Sunday Carlos Zambrano Chicago Cubs 5, Houston Astros 0 23,441 2:17 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Miller Park:
  • Has the unusual and unlikely distinction of being the only ballpark that hosted a no-hitter as a neutral site. The Astros were actually the home team in Milwaukee, where two games were relocated to from Houston due to Hurricane Ike.

  • Minute Maid Park
    Opened: 2000
    0 no-hitters


    Nationals Park
    Opened: 2008
    0 no-hitters


    Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    Opened: 1966
    9 no-hitters; 5 thrown by the A's and 4 by the other team
    Date Day Pitcher(s) Score Attendance Time of Game  
    5/8/1968 Wednesday Catfish Hunter Oakland A's 4, Minnesota Twins 0 6,298 2:28 [box]
    9/21/1970 Monday Vida Blue Oakland A's 6, Minnesota Twins 0 4,284 2:21 [box]
    7/30/1973 Monday Jim Bibby Texas Rangers 6, Oakland A's 0 21,606 2:10 [box]
    9/28/1975 Sunday Vida Blue
    Glenn Abbott
    Paul Lindblad
    Rollie Fingers
    Oakland A's 5, California Angels 0 22,131 1:59 [box]
    7/28/1976 Wednesday Blue Moon Odom
    Francisco Barrios
    Chicago White Sox 2, Oakland A's 1 3,367 2:31 [box]
    9/29/1983 Thursday Mike Warren Oakland A's 3, Chicago White Sox 0 9,058 2:20 [box]
    6/11/1990 Monday Nolan Ryan Texas Rangers 5, Oakland A's 0 33,436 2:49 [box]
    7/13/1991 Saturday Bob Milacki
    Mike Flanagan
    Mark Williamson
    Gregg Olson
    Baltimore Orioles 2, Oakland A's 0 40,047 2:38 [box]
    5/9/2010 Sunday Dallas Braden Oakland A's 4, Tampa Bay Rays 0 12,228 2:07 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for the Coliseum:
  • The no-hitters thrown by Catfish Hunter and Dallas Braden were also perfect games.
  • Is one of only 3 current ballparks in which multiple perfect games have been thrown.
  • Although the Coliseum has had multiple names (Network Associates, McAfee, Overstock.com and now O.co Coliseum) all no-hitters thrown there have occurred during its original name of Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

  • Oriole Park at Camden Yards
    Opened: 1992
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    4/4/2001 Wednesday Hideo Nomo Boston Red Sox 3, Baltimore Orioles 0 35,602 2:29 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Camden Yards:
  • The April 4th date is the earliest in the year for any no-hitter to be thrown in a currently used ballpark.

  • Petco Park
    Opened: 2004
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    7/13/2013 Saturday Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants 9, San Diego Padres 0 40,342 2:51 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Petco Park:
  • Just 11 days before throwing the first no-hitter at Petco Park, Tim Lincecum was the losing pitcher in the first no-hitter ever thrown at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park. So, in a span of three starts, Lincecum was a pitcher of record for the first no-hitters to be thrown in two current ballparks, and they happened in consecutive decisions for the Giants pitcher, who did not factor in the decision in his start on 7/8/13.

  • PNC Park
    Opened: 2001
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    9/28/2012 Friday Homer Bailey Cincinnati Reds 1, Pittsburgh Pirates 0 34,796 2:28 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for PNC Park:
  • Bailey's no-hitter was doubly historic, for not only was it the first one at PNC Park but it also ensured that the Pirates would not have a winning record for the 20th straight season, a mark of futility never reached before by any major North American professional sports team.

  • Progressive Field
    Opened: 1994
    1 no-hitter; thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    7/27/2011 Wednesday Ervin Santana Los Angeles Angels 3, Cleveland Indians 1 21,546 2:22 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Progressive Field:
  • Was the oldest current ballpark (17 years) in the majors to have never hosted a no-hitter prior to its first.

  • Rogers Centre
    Opened: 1989
    2 no-hitters; both thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    6/29/1990 Friday Dave Stewart Oakland A's 5, Toronto Blue Jays 0 49,817 2:27 [box]
    5/7/2011 Saturday Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers 9, Toronto Blue Jays 0 23,453 2:35 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Rogers Centre:
  • The first no-hitter was thrown when the stadium was called the SkyDome.

  • Safeco Field
    Opened: 1999
    3 no-hitters; 2 thrown by the Mariners and 1 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Game Time  
    4/21/2012 Saturday Philip Humber Chicago White Sox 4, Seattle Mariners 0 22,472 2:17 [box]
    6/8/2012 Friday Kevin Millwood +5 Seattle Mariners 1, LA Dodgers 0 22,028 2:48 [box]
    8/15/2012 Wednesday Felix Hernandez Seattle Mariners 1, Tampa Bay Rays 0 21,889 2:22 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Safeco Field:
  • The no-hitters thrown by Philip Humber and Felix Hernandez were also perfect games. Of the 23 perfect games thrown in major league history, Humber's occurred the earliest in the year and was only the second ever recorded in April. Ironically, the only other was also thrown by a White Sox pitcher on the road (Charlie Robertson in Detroit on April 30, 1922).
  • Kevin Millwood and five relievers combined to throw the second no-hitter in Safeco Field history. The six pitchers used tied the record for the most needed to throw a no-hitter. With their innings pitched listed in parenthesis, the Mariners pitchers were: Millwood (6), Charlie Furbush (0.2), Stephen Pryor (0.1), Lucas Luetge (0.1), Brandon League (0.2) and Tom Wilhelmsen (1).

  • Target Field
    Opened: 2010
    0 no-hitters


    Tropicana Field
    Opened: 1990
    2 no-hitters; 1 thrown by the Rays and 1 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    6/25/2010 Friday Edwin Jackson Arizona Diamondbacks 1, Tampa Bay Rays 0 18,918 2:46 [box]
    7/26/2010 Monday Matt Garza Tampa Bay Rays 5, Detroit Tigers 0 17,009 2:36 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Tropicana Field:
  • The two no-hitters were thrown within a span of 11 games. Prior to that stretch, the Rays had played 1,006 games without a no-hitter being thrown in their dome, which started hosting baseball with the team's inception in 1998.

  • Turner Field
    Opened: 1997
    3 no-hitters; all thrown by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    5/18/2004 Tuesday Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 2, Atlanta Braves 0 23,381 2:13 [box]
    4/17/2010 Saturday Ubaldo Jimenez Colorado Rockies 4, Atlanta Braves 0 32,602 2:31 [box]
    9/1/2014 Monday Cole Hamels
    Jake Diekman
    Ken Giles
    Jonathan Papelbon
    Philadelphia Phillies 7, Atlanta Braves 0 34,178 3:10 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Turner Field:
  • Randy Johnson's no-hitter was a perfect game.
  • Is one of only 4 current ballparks in which the first no-hitter thrown there was also a perfect game.
  • The combined no-hitter by Hamels and company occurred on Labor Day and is the longest one thrown by time (3:10) in a current ballpark.

  • U.S. Cellular Field
    Opened: 1991
    3 no-hitters; 2 thrown by the White Sox and 1 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    4/18/2007 Wednesday Mark Buehrle Chicago White Sox 6, Texas Rangers 0 25,390 2:03 [box]
    7/23/2009 Thursday Mark Buehrle Chicago White Sox 5, Tampa Bay Rays 0 28,036 2:03 [box]
    5/3/2011 Tuesday Francisco Liriano Minnesota Twins 1, Chicago White Sox 0 20,901 2:09 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for U.S. Cellular Field:
  • Mark Buehrle's second no-hitter was a perfect game.

  • Wrigley Field
    Opened: 1914
    7 no-hitters; 5 thrown by the Cubs and 2 by the visiting team
    Date Day Pitcher Score Attendance Time of Game  
    5/2/1917 Wednesday Fred Toney Cincinnati Reds 1, Chicago Cubs 0 (10) 3,500 1:50 [box]
    5/12/1955 Thursday Sam Jones Chicago Cubs 4, Pittsburgh Pirates 0 2,918 2:38 [box]
    5/15/1960 Sunday Don Cardwell Chicago Cubs 4, St. Louis Cardinals 0 33,543 1:46 [box]
    8/19/1965 Thursday Jim Maloney Cincinnati Reds 1, Chicago Cubs 0 (10) 11,342 2:51 [box]
    8/19/1969 Tuesday Ken Holtzman Chicago Cubs 3, Atlanta Braves 0 37,514 2:00 [box]
    4/16/1972 Sunday Burt Hooton Chicago Cubs 4, Philadelphia Phillies 0 9,583 2:33 [box]
    9/2/1972 Saturday Milt Pappas Chicago Cubs 8, San Diego Padres 0 11,144 2:03 [box]

    No-Hit Notes for Wrigley Field:

  • Was called Weeghman Park when the first no-hitter was thrown.
  • No-hitters have been thrown twice on August 19 (1965 and 1969). No other current ballpark has had more than one no-hitter thrown on the same date.
  • The Reds are the only visiting team to ever throw a no-hitter at Wrigley and they've done it twice. In a twist of irony both of those games went 10 innings and finished with the same score (1-0). In the first of those games both team's pitchers -- Fred Toney for the Reds and Jim "Hippo" Vaughn for the Cubs -- had a no-hitter through 9 innings.
  • Was the site of the first major league no-hitter thrown by an African-American pitcher (Sam "Toothpick" Jones).


    Yankee Stadium
    Opened: 2009
    0 no-hitters


    Citizens Bank Park
    Of the 9 ballparks to open since 2002, Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park is one of five that has been the site of a no-hitter and the first no-hitter tossed there 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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